England 1694. Constantine Every is the daughter of pirate captain Henry Every until she finds herself a hostage of her father's greatest enemy, the infamous Thomas Tew. While on the hunt for her father, she endures months of torture and misery. Until, the Cabin Boy, Edmund Hemingway, appears. But whether or not anyone will make it out alive is a mystery. Winds are rough. Tides will turn. And the chilling Atlantic is unforgiving.
Christmas is a special time for Kit Calvin, not only because she gets to spend it in the North Pole with her father Charlie and Grandpa Scott, but because she gets to be with her best friend, Head-Elf Bernard. But, it seems Christmas may never come when December 23rd begins repeating itself and Father Time is nowhere to be found. Kit must set out to restore time with Bernard at her side as they face old enemies, exhilarating explorations, and a newfound affection.
Christopher Vermont wasn't supposed to happen to him. Christopher Vermont was supposed to stay in the corner and shut his mouth like he was good at. Instead, the boy refused not to be included in the other boy's life.
I mean, I never met a person who despised humanity as much as Leo Blanchard did. The boy didn't want to be with the people there. All wrapped up in a nutshell, he hated his life. That much was expected. Although, I knew Leo Blanchard at a time when he didn't hate the world as much. That was a time before Christopher Vermont.