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Orphaned Jonathan Palmer is a fifteen year old stowaway aboard the doomed ship The Convert which was part of the fleet that crashed into the reef on Grand Cayman in This famous shipwreck was known as the Wreck of the Ten Sails Jonathan was not lucky enough to survive the wreck along with eight other seamen Problem was no. This novel had so much than I had expected I learned about the mysterious Wreck of the Ten Sails in 1794 and unknown urban legends of Grand Cayman I was touched by the the emotional dynamics of this well crafted story where two teens meet guided by fate to help each other on a perilous journey Author Carey knows good story telling and really showcases her talent in this one I would recommend this read for ages twelve to young adult Also there is a great message here for our youth

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One ever knew he was even on boardTwo centuries later strange sightings have been reported of ghost ships screams and eerie lights off the east end of Grand Cayman Brandon Wallace a troubled teen seems to acuire a strange affliction and begins to have bizarre encounters from the sea where he befriends a mystical sea tur. The story of Jonathan Palmer a young orphan setting off on a great adventure in the year 1792 immediately capturedmy imagination An orphan desperate to learn the truth of his birth he stows away on board a ship bound for England in search of his mother Jonathan is just fifteen years old and at the time the story is set the journey would be long and arduous and especially dangerous for a young boy hiding away during the voyage But the story takes a tragic turn and the ship is lost along with its fleet whilst still in the waters of the Caribbean More than that young Jonathan who was not even listed on the ship s company was lost in every sense200 years later on the island of Grand Cayman a teenage boy with his own modern day problems but a special affinity for the sea is drawn to the place of those long ago shipwrecksAlthough I was totally invested in the historical story the switch to modern day is smooth and timely The paranormal elements fit superbly with the fear and superstitions that abound within seafaring communities both past and present Lastly this is a story of two young boys separated by two centuries who were able in their own ways to cross the boundaries of time and help one another Lovely

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Tle who holds the secrets to the mysterious sightings as he plunges into the world of the paranormal Here he is compelled to embark on a dangerous journey risking his life to uncover the dark secret of Jonathan’s death This task proves to be even dangerous when one of Brandon’s closest friends has other plans for him. I was gifted a copy of Jonathan s Locket and was hooked from the first chapter My heart went out to this young boy who was on a ship headed for disaster as it was part of the famous Wreck of the Ten Sails back in 1794 off the coast of Grand Cayman Throughout the read I was hanging onto every word in hopes of a rescue for this stowaway Jonathan Palmer The details of the wreck are so well written that you can envision the scene as if you were there I could feel the sadness coming from this tragic event and sensed that help was coming to assist this boy cross over just who or what that is will come as a surprise This short story includes mystical activity that keeps the story interesting as it flows effortlessly It is a great gift for tweens to young adults Enjoy the journeyJenna OrionAuthor of The Legend of The Nine The Untold Story


10 thoughts on “Jonathan’s Locket

  1. says:

    I was lucky enough to be gifted a copy of Jonathan’s Locket by the author and was thrilled to read Lorraine Carey’s work as she has that special gift of ‘magic’ that can spin a tale so well I readily admit that Jonathan’s Locket was an amazing read had me swept away Not many readers are aware of the mysterious Wreck of the Ten Sa

  2. says:

    This novel had so much than I had expected I learned about the mysterious Wreck of the Ten Sails in 1794 and unknown urban legends of Grand Cayman I was touched by the the emotional dynamics of this well crafted story where two teens meet guided by fate to help each other on a perilous journey Author Carey knows good story telling a

  3. says:

    I was very excited to read this book it sounded like it could be a really interesting story and it certainly was I just wish it was longer When I set out to read Jonathan's Locket I didn't realize that it was a novella type story but I feel it worked in the book's advantage Now I understand that there could have

  4. says:

    The story of Jonathan Palmer a young orphan setting off on a great adventure in the year 1792 immediately capturedmy imagination An orphan desperate to learn the truth of his birth he stows away on board a ship bound for England in search of his mother Jonathan is just fifteen years old and at the time the story is set the journey would be long and arduous and especially dangerous for a young boy hiding away during the voyage But

  5. says:

    A YOUNG ADULT ADVENTURE STORY WITH A MYSTICAL TWISTJonathan’s Locket by Lorraine Carey is the story of a 15 year old boy who departs the orphanage in Port Royal Jamaica where he was raised to go find his birth mother in England H

  6. says:

    Not since Mark Twain has an author been able to capture the spirit and mind of two young boys and put it on the page for t

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    This book w

  8. says:

    Jonathon's Locket by Lorraine Carey is a wonderful story based on a historic event that she intertwines beautifully with fantasyStarting with a famous shipwreck that happened 200 years ago we hear the story of a young boy that was aboard when the ship went down The author then weaves his tragic story with a boy 200 years laterSet in the beautiful island of Grand Cayman with shipwrecks sunken treasure strange lights and a mysterious sea t

  9. says:

    I was gifted a copy of Jonathan’s Locket and was hooked from the first chapter My heart went out to this young boy who was on a ship headed for disaster as it was part of the famous Wreck of the Ten Sails back in 1794 off the coast of Grand Cayman Throughout the read I was hanging onto every word in hopes of a rescue for this stowaway Jonathan Palmer The details of the wreck are so well written that you can e

  10. says:

    I received this book in exchange for an honest reviewThis was an interesting uick read but due to the length there was a lot that was left out that could have been explained had this been a longer book I liked the historical aspect of the st