Interesting reading and lot's of history. Excellent for factual pirate info.Published 2 months ago by Gary Wilburn
Forgive me! I am going against every review in this list. I absolutely hated this book.
I read military history (which includes pirates, buccaneers, crusaders, knights, WW1,... Read more
A true insight into the early days of piracy in the Caribbean, the Spanish Main, and North America. Revealing details of Henry Morgan the buccaneers who preceded the Golden Age of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Scott Williams
I read this book as a child some 50 years ago, and often hankered to read it again. I stumbled upon my copy in an old bookshop in San Juan's antique fortress book-store. Read morePublished 10 months ago by mud-skipper
Packed with history and information about the men, islands, plants, animals, hunting, routes, and everything else that you could ever want to know!Published 16 months ago by -A-
Any one looking to fill in the gaps of our history would enjoy this. I was not aware that the West Indies played a very crucial role in our history and that the "pirates"... Read morePublished 18 months ago by nancy butler
step back in history and relive what the pirates were really like. aint nothing like hollywood portrays but the real thingPublished 19 months ago by Bill Wallace
Don't know why they don't list both authors, namely John Esquemeling and Basil Ringrose.
The first half by Esquemeling is stiff and boring. Read more
Thank you for the book, my son loves it. And thanks for the quick shipping. Keep up the great work.Published on September 9, 2009 by Dana Black