Thursday, March 22, 2012

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Price of Freedom by Ann C. Crispin

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Price of Freedom by Ann C. Crispin is another adventure following Jack Sparrow. Jack is the first mate of a ship for the East India Trading Company, when his captain dies. So, Cutler Beckett, makes Jack the captain of the Wicked Wench. Beckett tells Captain Jack Sparrow of a grand treasure on the hidden island of Zerzura and allows Jack to travel to the island with his slave, Ayisha, who is from Zerzura. Ayisha can show Jack the way to the island. Jack has to choose between sacrificing everything to protect Ayisha and her people from Beckett, who will enslave them all, but Jack still wants the treasure. Jack has to be able to get some of the treasure without allowing Beckett to know that Jack found the island, but this will be prove to be difficult because Beckett has informants all over.

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Price of Freedom is, overall, a good story. Although the book is long, it is an interesting book. This book is a good choice for people who like adventure novels, but don't mind a long book. The story has some twists and there is also a little action. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Price of Freedom is a story that is best for teens.

~Ravjot, Teen Book Reviewer

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