A great review of a really enjoyable book.
So it is the middle of winter right now, here in the USA; what better way to combat the chill of the cold mornings than with a book set on an island in the Mediterranean?
That’s where the setting is of Heidi Peltier‘s novel series, The Delmar Shark Chronicles, takes place.
The book centers on Dylan Murphy, a Texas high school student who gets placed in a competitive internship for marine biologist/scientists on Isola di Squalo, or the “Island of the Shark,” in the Mediterranean Sea. Once he’s there, he meet the small country’s royal family, including Princess Terra, Prince Frederich (“Fedder”) and Princess Delphine, who is also called “Fezzah” by Fedder.
While he’s out on the internship, it quickly becomes his job to get Terra’s approval for the scientific program that is responsible for his internship. Terra, the next ruler in line for the throne of the…
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