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Cast off with that notorious buccaneer, Long John Silver, once again as he continues the grand adventure of 'Treasure Island'. Cross swords with a host of unsavory villains as you set out to recapture the treasure ship, Hispaniola, and Flint’s cursed treasure. Sign articles with an infamous crew and embark on disastrous venture of epic proportions. Listen to seamen yarn ofCast off with that notorious buccaneer, Long John Silver, once again as he continues the grand adventure of 'Treasure Island'. Cross swords with a host of unsavory villains as you set out to recapture the treasure ship, Hispaniola, and Flint’s cursed treasure. Sign articles with an infamous crew and embark on disastrous venture of epic proportions. Listen to seamen yarn of ghosts, sea monsters, and rumors of buried gold. Prepare yourself, for here you will encounter cannibals, skeletons, and wicked pirates. But most importantly, you will also learn of the humble origin of a buccaneer reputed to be the most famous pirate of his time. So man your station matey and prepare for action.For ages 10 to adult.But do you know...Have you ever heard of Cockney rhyming slang? What is a Jimmy o’ Goblin?Why is only the cook allowed to whistle?Why were young lieutenants called snotties?What does the Quartermaster do?How long is a long sea mile anyway?Find the answers in the Pirate Lexicon. A perfect companion book to the Unlikely Buccaneer and a recommended reference into the vast, and sometimes conflicting, meanings of the phrases and sayings of the pirate lingo. Informative and entertaining, it is a must have. Look for it online at...https://sites.google.com/site/anunlik....It's free. Savvy?...

Title : An Unlikely Buccaneer: The First Goony
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ISBN : 9781463738709
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 278 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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An Unlikely Buccaneer: The First Goony Reviews

  • Allan Luna
    2019-01-15 18:26

    On sale at Amazon.comPerhaps Jim Hawkins was wrong about Long John. Perhaps he really was just a likeable rogue caught in a bad situation. A lot of people think he was and this story bears that out with the ending that should have been. As you read you will realize that there is far more to the story than you first thought as the adventure continues on from the end of Treasure Island with a few suprises, some supernatural happenings, and a little goonies thrown in for good measure. A book written for the fun of it..."And for what reason, you may ask why, I brave the hazard of a short rope and a long fall?It is my humble attempt to answer the cry, issued from voices both large and small,That can’t be all!”