Rebels of the Kasbah by Joe O’Neill

Rebels of the KasbahA British Colonel , An Orphan boy, another poor boy sold into slavery by his father, a pretty little British girl of “privilege” another quite capable young lady skilled in the martial arts. Along with assorted Assassins,Freedom fighter’s,Pirates,and a crazy monkey! All set the desert of 1912 Morocco.Does this sound like an Adventure to you? You better believe it. A very well written Adventure at that. What I like best is the author’s way of Character development. As the story developes so does the readers understanding of the characters. Written in a  flashback type the author keeps you interested in the main adventure while at the same time telling the back story of the main characters and how they came to be where they are.

We also have here a very educational opportunity here for the age group reading this book (5th Grade and up) a chance to learn a little about another culture and a different time and part of the world.

A far as the story itself it follows a group of kid’s that were basically stolen and sold into slavery and how they cope and get involved with the a fore mentioned revolutionaries,assassin’s, pirates and other assorted bad guys.

Truly an Adventure you don’t want to miss. Highly recommended it’s what you call a page turner. I was sorry when it came to an end—–Although it really doesn’t yet because this is the first in a series so when you get done with Rebel of the Kasbah   go on to The Wrath of Caid

Red Hand Adventures
278 pages (of pure Adventure)
Written by Joe O’Neill
Published by Black Ship Publishing
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  1. This book sounds just perfect for my 5th grader. I’m always looking for an adventure book that will keep him interested.
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  3. I don’t see a reason to change anything

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