This is 18th century account of the lives of famous pirates. It includes a set of contemporary biographies of some of the most important figures of the “Golden Age of Piracy” (roughly 1700-1725) as well as descriptions of trials, ships, battles and more. Many modern historians believe that Captain Johnson was actually Daniel Dafoe, author of Robinson Crusoe, and often this book is found under his name.
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I love Pirates
This is a really good books and I thought I would like it for pirates of the carribean but now that I've read it I like it for what happened in the actual book not a different book!🔫