An historical account of piracy in the americas. The author is a bit flowery and verbose, but has a lot of interesting tidbits when he actually gets around to them.
its realy nice book
Peter Watts writes a huge story that asks more questions than it answers
It's a book I read almost at one sitting and I will read again
in a few months time ,it's well worth it
A five star book if anything ever was..
It made me re read Naked Lunch and On the Road .
The language is just right, the lack of plot is just perfect , who needs a plot anyway plots are for squares....
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