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Honestly I don't know if there is violence, sexual content, or a talking hamster. I was unable to stick with the book beyond the first couple of chapters. Another write off book.Published 3 days ago by Consumer
It was kinda boring at the start, but it got good towards the middle and end.Published 18 days ago by Andres Rovira
I honestly tried giving this book a fair chance. However, after reading close to 80 pages of it, everything about the narrative seemed so strangely childish and stupid that I just... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sergey
So so.... The combination of pirate-vaudu is a nice twist but the overall story telling is'nt very good (compared to Sabtini's captain blood or Stevenson's treasure island).Published 3 months ago by josh
Interesting concept for a pirates tale, but the overemphasis on black magic, voodoo, and infernal ghosts gets tiring after a while and slows down the story. Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Mighty Machiavelli
Great ripping yarn, science, alchemy, fantasy, history and magic. Pirates, zombies, and elitist villains. Adventure, crimes done for good and for bad. Arrrggghhh.Published 5 months ago by FeyLiis
Long live the old pirate tales! I've always been a lover of pirate lore and this is one rocking one. I highly recommend it to any other lovers of pirate tales!Published 6 months ago by Marie Mulkey
I just could not stay interested in this book... very strange story.Published 6 months ago by avid reader U.S.