The Pirate Round

The Pirate Round In war still rages in Europe and the tobacco planters of the Virginia colony s tidewater struggle against shrinking markets and pirates lurking off the coast But American seafarers have found a

  • Title: The Pirate Round
  • Author: James L. Nelson
  • ISBN: 9780060539269
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 1706, war still rages in Europe, and the tobacco planters of the Virginia colony s tidewater struggle against shrinking markets and pirates lurking off the coast But American seafarers have found a new source of wealth the Indian Ocean and ships carrying fabulous treasure to the great Mogul of India.Faced with ruin, former pirate Thomas Marlowe is determined to find aIn 1706, war still rages in Europe, and the tobacco planters of the Virginia colony s tidewater struggle against shrinking markets and pirates lurking off the coast But American seafarers have found a new source of wealth the Indian Ocean and ships carrying fabulous treasure to the great Mogul of India.Faced with ruin, former pirate Thomas Marlowe is determined to find a way to the riches of the East Carrying his crop of tobacco in his privateer, Elizabeth Galley, he secretly plans to continue on to the Indian Ocean to hunt the Mogul s ships But Marlowe does not know that he is sailing into a triangle of hatred and vengeance a rendezvous with two bitter enemies from his past Ultimately, none will emerge unscathed from the blood and thunder, the treachery and danger, of sailing the Pirate Round.

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    1. This summer, I said goodbye to a series that has captivated me end fulfilled my love of pirates for years by finally reading the final novel in the series (for the record, I have not read Nelson's Norseman series, but I have heard that it is excellent as many members of my family are quite obsessed). I put off reading this last book because I wasn't ready to say good-bye, and James Nelson if you are reading, please please give us more Marlowe!I'm not typically a fan of historical fiction, but I [...]

    2. This book was as good as the first in the series, although the only one to end on such a somber note. I am genuinely in grieving and may be for some time.

    3. This is the third and final novel in James Nelson's series involving former pirate Thomas Marlowe. As is fitting for the final in the series, this book brings together a number of characters and loose ends from the two former novels and also clarifies to a degree various allusions to Marlowe's past that were made in the other books. The year is 1706 and we are now four years or more after the time of the "The Blackbirder." Marlowe's investment in his plantation has dropped in value as the war be [...]

    4. This was a terrific conclusion to the trilogy, all three books I enjoyed very much. Thomas Marlowe is an interesting character in that he is not your ordinary "hero", but really a ruthless pirate who has redeeming qualities that make you root for him just the same. I have read and enjoyed most of Nelson's non-fiction works, and this fictional series was a great escape. I like how he weaves history and nautical jargon together to create a tale that moves fast and has interesting characters.

    5. September 19th (today!) is International Talk Like A Pirate Day So avast ye lubbers. Ye best be readin this har book. Awr! Thar be diamonds and pearly, emeralds and a ruby as big as an ostrich egg. A treasure of gold and silver spillin out in your lap when yer open these har pages. Beware of the rum yah lubbers.

    6. Quite an action-packed read for the last(?) installment of this series! I do have some criticism of the story but the last quarter of the book kept me glued to my seat until I finished the story. Great read!

    7. There's a lot going on in this book, and while there were some elements that were slightly disappointing, there were enough twists and surprises to the way that it all came together that makes this a highly recommendable grand finale.

    8. This one stretches credulity a bit more than Nelson's previous tales of Marlowe, but you still get pirates and action and suspense and all that.

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