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And if you can't get over the fact that this book is incomplete in character development and plot, it's too bad.
As with all other Crichton books I've read, I thoroughly enjoyed Pirate Latitudes and definitely recommend it to anyone who likes Crichton, pirates, or sea tales.
This novel gives a clear and, knowing Crichton well researched and accurate, picture of what being a Pirate of the Caribbean was really all about.
Love thing as least ostensibly based on history. Like the epilogue and how it dealt with the characters. The end.Published 2 days ago by Susan Davis
A few rough waters here and there but still very good read. Hard to put down once you climb aboard. Yo-ho maties!Published 5 days ago by Debbie B
I somehow missed this one when it came out. I'm glad I was able to catch it on Kindle.Published 10 days ago by XRX 150 Team Member
It was a fun little story. I never bought into the characters in a big way though. It kept me engaged enough to read it through.Published 14 days ago by A'OK
I really loved this book and this book is the very last one that Michael Crichton wrote before he died, and it was found on his typewriter at the time that he died. Read morePublished 15 days ago by LeiaSolo
Good fictional read with accurate pirate information. Graphic and exciting. Because of the lack of science it is not a typical Crichton novel.Published 17 days ago by Ray Geiger
Nice historical fiction Ayeee mateee! I was expecting more detailed plot, and was disappointed in the character development. As usual very easy read,Published 18 days ago by Jason Askerooth