Pirates of Savannah: The Hunt for Shamus's Booty

Tarrin P. Lupo Scott Motley


Pirates of Savannah: The Hunt for Shamus's Booty

Pirates of Savannah: The Hunt for Shamus's Booty

  • Title: Pirates of Savannah: The Hunt for Shamus's Booty
  • Author: Tarrin P. Lupo Scott Motley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Kindle Edition



Join four mismatched teens as they hunt for lost pirate treasure in historic Savannah, Georgia Follow the group as they race against corrupt artifact thieves to uncover Shamus s booty This adventure journeys through Savannah s secret tunnels, forgotten islands and real historical locations Can four young adults put their differences aside long enough to learn to work toJoin four mismatched teens as they hunt for lost pirate treasure in historic Savannah, Georgia Follow the group as they race against corrupt artifact thieves to uncover Shamus s booty This adventure journeys through Savannah s secret tunnels, forgotten islands and real historical locations Can four young adults put their differences aside long enough to learn to work together so they can discover the pirate swag This book is a modern day spin off of Pirates of Savannah Birth of Freedom in the Lowcountry and is appropriate for all ages.


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The Hunt for Shamus's Booty captured my attention the moment I read the very first page. The book starts off with a couple of kids in an underground tunnel searching for the lost treasure of the notorious, peg-legged, foul-mouthed pirate, Shamus Red. But their adventure is only just beginning for in the midst of their mind-bending treasure hunt, danger looms eminently and incredulous obstacles insist on presenting themselves. Will they EVER find the treasure they seek?? The only upsetting part o [...]

This book is charming and captivating throughout. In the beginning you meet four unique characters and connect with each of them almost instantaneously. Even though the four teens are diverse in nature, they blend perfectly as characters and their relationships with each other blossom beautifully as the story unfolds. The group are thrown together in a turn of fate and begin their hunt for the famous booty that the pirate ‘Shamus Red’ left for his son. The great thing about this treasure hun [...]

Best book ever, then again I am biased!

Overall the plot concept was good, I found the dialog very contrived and not realistic for a group of young teens. Also referring to the characters by 3 or 4 ways each on a page was distracting. FInal issue i had with this ebook is the number of editorial, spelling and grammatical problems.Although the author lists this as a book for everyone, it's best fit may be for 5th to 7th grades.

I really wanted to like this book. My nephew, Seamus, was vacationing in Savannah, and I wanted to give it to him. But I like to read things first to be sure they are appropriate for an eleven-year-old, and I'm glad I did. While the premise of the story is good, there are multiple grammatical and storyline errors. I also found the way each character was referred to in different ways on the same page to be annoying and confusing. But the worst error for me, as a history buff, was when it stated t [...]

A foursome of characters with ethnic and personality flair keep this book's pace and delight the reader with their discoveries. They're all working at a school when they explore tunnels that lead to pirate booty from Savannah's past. And the graveyard yields both suspense and more clues to the underground mysteries. The dialogue is leading while the discussions have are humorous, in the language of today's young. The collaborations of the characters adds to the plot. The writing springs from the [...]

Book #1 in Pirates of SavannahArrgh mateys! Read this if you want to know what the whole series is like: written and style. This book is currently free to download and you won't be upset if you do. A grand time is had by all in this swash-buckling adventure. (There is even an "adult" version, which I never read. However, I found this YA version was just fine for me, so I "assume" the adult one has more crude language and situations than this one.) This was a real joy to read and I'm glad I took [...]

What a delightful young adult book that is actually a book for anyone. I am so going to get it for my granddaughters for Christmas! Not only that, now I want to go to Savannah. The story is so well written (you don't realize you are getting a history lesson), the characters so well developed (takes you right back to your youth experiences, or situations your children have run into, or stories that your parents have told you) and the moral and language of the story so well developed and appropria [...]

I'm only at chapter 8, enjoying this as much as the first book, "Pirates of Savannah." This book so far is based in 2011 Savannah. Kids in school discussing what happened over their summers. This book is very much along the same lines as the first in this respect. I feel the writing is even better in this book. I have the Kindle version. Love the wonderful illustrations that give faces to the characters.Will have to update as I go along.

I downloaded this one for my 10 year old thinking she would like it. I love Savannah, so I decided to read it first. Cute story. Enjoyed the history aspect. I think she will like it.

This was a fun read. A little bit of Savannah history, a little treasure hunting and four very different characters that were fun to see work and come together in their treasure hunt.

Definitely an easy read. I found the history parts very interesting. More geared towards the young adult, but I am still planning on reading the others in the trilogy.

Terrible book. Sooo terrible. Poorly written and poorly paced. Avoid.


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