Join us on a literary world trip!
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey
Subscribe to read the full book or read the first pages for free!
All characters reduced
Flag in Flames - cover

We are sorry! The publisher (or author) gave us the instruction to take down this book from our catalog. But please don't worry, you still have more than 1 million other books you can enjoy!

Flag in Flames

L. Shelby

Publisher: Air Castle Media

  • 0
  • 0
  • 0

Summary

Romance is rough, when you're never more than thirty feet away from certain death. 
Bonnie Anne Talon is the daughter of one of the founding members of the Brotherhood of the Black Flag, a fleet of space pirates. She grew up stealing all her food—and even the very oxygen she needs to breathe—from other spaceships.  Never having experienced 'civilized' life, (or even having set foot on a planet), she is expecting trouble from the other pirates when her own crew her elects her captain.  But she could never have guessed that two of her fellow captains would end up fighting over her—breaking apart the fleet and setting pirate ship against pirate ship. 
Life as a space exile is already precarious enough—if the brotherhood turns against itself, will any of them survive? 
This debut graphic novel by fantasy and science fiction author and artist L. Shelby, contains 301 pages of full-color computer-rendered graphics.

Other books that might interest you

  • How I Spent My Summer Vacation with the Judas Contract - cover

    How I Spent My Summer Vacation...

    Brad Meltzer

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    So many people have asked for it, so here it is: what one reviewer called “my near-sexual fascination” with a comic book character. Please… Wussy critic. It was totally sexual. Originally published in Give Our Regards to the Atom-Smashers.
    Show book
  • The Battle of the Alamo - cover

    The Battle of the Alamo

    Rod Espinosa

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Texas, 1836.  The Republic of Texas began the fight for independence in 1833.  For several years, Texans fought the Mexican government for the right to rule itself.  One of the historical battles was fought on March 6, 1836, at the Alamo, a crumbling fort defended by 154 men.  Stand with the defenders in what became a symbol of Texan courage and sacrifice in this impressive graphic novel. Maps, timelines, glossaries, and indexes make these titles an exciting addition to classroom discussion.
    Show book
  • Date Me - cover

    Date Me

    Kristin Beale

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Date Me is a collection of comics that tells stories of dating in a wheelchair, social situations sculpted by people’s response to a wheelchair, and the struggle of trying to fit in from a different perspective. Dating is hard enough as an able-bodied person. Throw in the variable of a wheelchair and the “hard” becomes “almost not worth it.” Kristin Beale shares stories of her crazy family, the unique and often lousy ways people interact with her because of her disability, and her often failed attempts at dating in a wheelchair with a strained, but ongoing determination not to give up. Relatable for many people who have dated in the 21st century, Date Me offers a different perspective from a wheelchair user and how to interact with them. With a few extra indiscriminate stories thrown in, Kristin’s stories keep readers entertained as she reveals the struggles and triumphs of living in a wheelchair in today’s world.
    Show book
  • The Secret Ghost - A Mystery with Distance and Measurement - cover

    The Secret Ghost - A Mystery...

    Melinda Thielbar

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Sam's little sister Michelle thinks there's a ghost in the creepy old house their dad bought. With help from a couple of friends on the soccer team, Sam, Amy, and Michelle use an old ghost story—plus measuring tools and calculations for distance, volume, and perimeters—to figure out the truth behind . . . The Secret Ghost.
    Show book
  • The Very Very Best of Savage Chickens - cover

    The Very Very Best of Savage...

    Doug Savage

    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    The office can be a dangerous place. The same old daily routine has a tendency to reduce any inspiration for fun or imagination into tedious cubicles and spreadsheets. This is precisely the situation in which Doug Savage found himself. His creativity waning away under fluorescent lights of his office job, he finally discovered his own personal antidote: doodling some cheeky chickens on yellow sticky notes.  He began uploading these drawings to his Savage Chickens blog in 2005, and over 18,000 cartoons later, his chickens are as clever—and absurd—as ever. The Savage Chickens must too contend with their mundane office environment, but with a little help from their favorite colleagues and friends, it’s not difficult for them to find diversions (read: trouble).  From pirates and time-travelers to Middle Earth and M.C. Hammer, from the most sinister Happy Bear you’ll ever meet to Marketing Chicken who is always attached to his martini, the Chickens’ puns and wordplay will constantly thwart your expectations in surprising and humorous ways. This e-book original collection is not just an assortment of Savage’s very best cartoons, but his very very best cartoons, composed of the wittiest, most memorable drawings to date. Bring it along on your commute to work, and suddenly the office might not seem like the death of amusement after all.
    Show book
  • Aunty Acid: With Age Comes Wisdom - cover

    Aunty Acid: With Age Comes Wisdom

    Ged Backland

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Aunty Acid is the  sassy senior created to give “the crazy old lady in all of us” a voice  that can be heard from ten blocks away. With her long-suffering husband,  Walt, Aunty Acid tells it like it is and has her own unique opinions on  everything.   Her fanbase is growing by more than 1,000 a day as word on her wit and  sassy sayings spreads across the internet where she reaches more than 3  million people each week.   Aunty Acid is created by Ged Backland and is brought to life by the team  at the Backland Studio in Bradford, West Yorkshire, in Northern  England. Their other properties include the widely successful Scarlett  & Crimson series.  Wickedly witty and wonderfully wise!
    Show book