Deathsong of the Deep

Deathsong of the Deep

by Danielle E. Shipley

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Overview

Nineteen-year-old tavern girl Molly Worth needs a way out of the lackluster future she's sure awaits in her small portside town. A miraculous living ship needs an ally willing to steal her away from what she's sure will be her doom. It seems like a match ordained by the mystical Sea Queen herself, but the darkest power below has other plans for those who brave the deep.


Taken under the wing of a creature of myth, and absorbed into the uncommon crew commanded by one rakish Captain Crow, Molly begins to make her way toward the life she wants for herself, only to lose it all in an epic venture gone wrong. Now to regain what the monstrous Kraken destroyed requires that she weigh life against life, and life against death with the unnatural creature who sings to her soul.


From the author of fairytale saga "The Wilderhark Tales", the "Outlaws of Avalon" legend, and "Inspired" love letters to the heart of creation, comes a high-seas fantasy of faith and doubt; of honor and love; and of tentacles.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161227862
Publisher: Ever On Word
Publication date: 02/14/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Danielle E. Shipley – author of fairy tales retold, legends reimagined, and other expressions of wishful thinking. In the past, she’s worked as a librarian in a kindergarten, a Towne Crier in a Renaissance Faire, and a butler in Germany. In another universe, she’s a tenor on Broadway, a wandering minstrel, or at the very least a Dark Lord singing about world domination. Born, raised, and homeschooled in the Chicago area, she now resides primarily in realms of her own making, along with her crazy crew of character children. She hopes to ultimately retire to a private immortal forest. But first, there are stories to make.

~ deshipley.com ~

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