The Pirate's Eye Paperback
by Guy Bass
Illustrated by Pete Williamson
Part of the Stitch Head series
Join Stitch Head, a mad professor's forgotten creation, as he steps out of the shadows into the adventure of an almost-lifetime...WhenStitch Head sees his ice-blue eye for the very first time, he's convinced that it once belonged to the legendary pirate, Captain Flashpowder.
Could it be that he is part-pirate? But as Stitch Head prepares for a life on the high seas, some fishy business closer to home puts a stop to his swashbuckling plans...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 208 pages, black and white illustrations
- Publisher: Little Tiger Press Group
- Publication Date: 01/04/2012
- Category: Adventure
- ISBN: 9781847152282
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Review by sszkutak
Background: Stitch Head is a creation of Mad Professor Erasmus, actually the first creation. He has been long forgotten and cleans up after the Professor and his wild monstrous creations throughout the castle. Stitch Head has resigned himself to the shadows, doing his self appointed job and doing it well. In this installment Stitch Head realizes that he may in fact be part pirate and that is great because the Professor has left the castle and it is time for adventure!Review: I really enjoyed the first book of Stitch Head, with its macabre pictures and adorable little rag doll main character. Again I enjoyed this plot as well. After having read the first, you get to know Stitch Head a little more in The Pirates Eye, he has more feelings and is still searching for himself and what he wants to do with his half-existence.I like that he was not as lonely in this story but I also like the other characters; they play well off of one another. Stitch Head tends to be pessimistic, Creature is overly optimistic and Arabella is violent and spontaneous. There is even a cute/ terrifying new addition to the squad.As per the last installment, I think these would be great for boys (and girls if they are into creations and madness and overall scary things). I think this plot was more exciting than the first edition and I assume they can only improve from here. I cannot wait to read more of Stitch Head and his adventures in finding himself.