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Catherine's husband, Horace is the new captain of a cruise ship, The Empress. She's aboard but feeling ill because of her pregnancy & the waves rocking the ship. She was revolted by the passengers drinking the free champagne.
She went to stand by herself & fell overboard.
Four hours later, her husband realized she was missing after the ship was searched. He turned back to search for her. He gave up after a week.
Catherine delivered her baby but didn't survive. The clump of seaweed was propelled to shore by an octopus.
A retired nun, Mary, found the baby & named him Coco. After fifteen years she began to age quickly.
After she died, Mother Superior came to take Coco to an orphanage. The other children called him 'freak' & made fun of him.
The Doctor was to perform surgery to remove Coco's 'tubes' on the back of his neck. To avoid this, Coco ran away & joined the circus.
There he didn't feel out of place & made friends.
"The Ringmaster had new posters printed, proclaiming Coco ‘The Octopus Boy,’ as the star attraction and Coco began to feel under some strain with the added extra pressure." His new friend Greg helped him improve his performance.
He appreciated his friendships with Greg, Eric & Mack. They had plans to travel to the past & interact with pirates. Mack was married to Michelle, the mermaid.
They assembled a crew to travel into the past as pirates. Coco’s adventures continue in Book II, Time and Tide. I look forward to reading them.
Coco, born at sea, rescued by an octopus, and raised by a retired nun escapes an orphanage to join a circus where he has many adventures. There he meets Eric and other characters who dream of having a life of adventure. When he flees the circus, Coco and friends set out to make their dream come true. They meet who help finance the dream. By the end of the book, everyone is prepped for the adventure, schooled in the ways of pirates, and aboard the ship that will take them back to the time of swashbucklers and adventures on the seas. I'm sure you will want to read more about Coco and his adventures.
What I find amazing in this author's books, though, is first of all her unmatched language and then her illustrations.
Sometimes, we need to reevaluate our understanding of the world around us and then try not to impose our own value judgements on others, especially when assuming high moral or/and human standpoint.
What I want to say is that I found loads of enlightening thoughts, unconventional viewpoints and intriguing plots, settings and characters while reading this lovely book.
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