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Great book. ... a lot of facts about how buccaneers operated back thenPublished 1 month ago by ben nichols
William Dampier really got around and he recorded EVERYTHING. He recorded the tides and the anchorages, the people, the wildlife (and how to cook it) and at any given time he knew... Read morePublished 11 months ago by JANICE BROWN
In these pages, Dampier emerges as a larger than life character. The book sometimes gets a bit melodramatic in the writing, but Dampier is an amazing subject. Read morePublished 12 months ago by lyndonbrecht
Loved this book. A fun and fascinating read about one of history's most dynamic yet little-known characters.Published 13 months ago by Ten Pen Ken
When we were in Sydney Nova Scotia waiting for some printing to get done at Staples, we decided to stop at the bookstore. This is always an expensive trip for Larry and I. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Annette Lamb
This is a detailed and well written biography and, like most biographies, it can be a little dry reading it. William Dampier was a very unusual person. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Fred Camfield