The Delmar Shark Chronicles: Isola di Squalo (Book #1)

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One Boy. One Girl. One Island. One Fate. 17-year-old American, Dylan Murphy travels to the Mediterranean to study sharks. On Isola di Squalo, an ancient shark legend binds the royal family to the island's peace and protection. The young queen, Terra, faces punishment at the hands of a legendary beast. Can Dylan do what he must to save the island and its queen? More

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About Heidi Peltier

I am what they call a "jack of all trades but a master of none." I write, draw, paint, cook, bake, photograph, video edit, and craft. My most important job though is being a wife to my wonderful husband of thirteen years, Chris, and being a mom to our two precious boys, Ethan and Rory. Between driving my "should-have-been-a-yellow-school-bus" minivan to take kids to school, pick them up, take them to various practices, and watching soccer and baseball games, taking zumba classes, rehearsing with my church handbell choir, and doing my own recreational reading, I don't have a lot of time to write. But when I do, I enjoy it, and you can be sure I give it all I've got. I hope to continue it and to have an audience ready for more. Thanks for stopping by, and Happy Reading!

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Review by: Cate Agosta on June 19, 2013 :
It has been a very long time since I've read a YA (Young Adult) book of this quality. I fact, I had to keep reminding myself that I was not in the target audience for the novel, as it flowed more coherently and consistently than most YA offerings out there.

Ms. Peltier's knowledge and research into sharks and their study is apparent and, her passion for them shines through in her writing. It was a page turner, with plenty to keep you just wanting to continue reading.

The characters are very well written and believable, with the main characters developing at a nice pace throughout the course of the novel, even though the outcome between them is apparent quite early on. Possibly this is because I'm a more mature reader, and someone in the target audience may not reach the same conclusion as early in their reading. This does not, however, detract from the book at all. There is a bad guy, as in all good books, and let's just say he gets what he deserves in the end. No spoilers here.

I'm not sure of the Author has been to the area of the Mediterranean which she writes about, but this is really a moot point as her descriptions of the area are wonderful. You can almost feel the sun beating down on you, and hear the waves lapping at the shore. Even her description of italy and Sicily, in relation to one another, is spot on and one many Europeans use themselves.

My only complaint about the book was the cover art, it really did not do the content justice.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and will be eagerly waiting for the next instalments of 'The Delmar Shark Chronicles'
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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