My first pirate book read....but I'm hooked!!
I only rated this book a 4/5 because of the fact that the average reader might not find all the extra information (not pertaining to Blackbeard) useful or even needed.
Angus Konstam's book on the life and times of Blackbeard the Pirate is well researched and well written.
The Book fell apart as soon as I opened it up, binding not gluedPublished 1 month ago by Bart Boren
Very fascinating book, lots of in site knowledge and keeps you interestedPublished 1 month ago by md_procouple
The book is well written but since so much of Blackbeard's life is unknown the book is full of known references of contemporary pirates' exploits. It is definitely worth reading.Published 5 months ago by H. Joe Thompson
Although not a bad account of historical events, I found it to be very disjointed with a complete lack of continuity. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Golden
My first pirate book read....but I'm hooked!! (get it?? "hooked"??)
Konstam I'm assuming is extremely researched in early 1700 history and pirates. Read more
the best part other than the fast arrival was the smile on my wife's face when she opened it upPublished 13 months ago by christina stout
The book Blackbeard America's Most Notorious Pirate is a slightly below average read. I am an occasional reader of such texts merely adding them in to breakup my favorite subject... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jason L. Holt
Really enjoyed this. Well written and engaging. I liked the historic details, too, for context; and the references to other pirates which helped me to imagine the atmosphere of the... Read morePublished on November 18, 2011 by wnesbitt
First off, to make this clear, I'm not giving this book a low score because it's a bad book. I'm giving it a low score because it wasn't necessarily what it claimed to be. Read morePublished on April 9, 2011 by Andre R. Frattino