Tony P, Educator
This book surprised me. It is a treat. An easy to read story of a young woman who has spent her life living as a male. The story, set in the 1700’s revolves around her finding her identity, her exploration of her sexuality and ultimately of her freedom to be the person she wants to be. A bit of adventure, resourcefulness, plenty of piracy and an enjoyable story. The writing is not exceptional but more than good enough. Thanks to a NetGalley for a free copy in exchange for an honest review. The review copy was not as good as normal, with image pages rather than resizable fonts making it hard to read.