Pirates of the Decian Sea

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David Tanner arranges for the crew of the Waverunner to transport gold for the royal bank, the failure of which to deliver will land the crew in indentured servitude. However, the notorious pirate, Black Jack Mulligan, has caught word of the half million in gold that the they are carrying. Can David and the Waverunner's crew defeat Mulligan when outnumbered almost four to one?
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Words: 10,690
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476372082
About J. E. Sandoval

Jim Sandoval was a long time political blogger. Growing tired of the growing insanity on both sides of the aisle, he turned his talents towards fiction. His first medieval adventure / fantasy novel, Blood Of The Righteous - Book 1 of the Ki Kalendeen Chronicles, was released in March of 2012. Seven books planned in the first series, followed by a trilogy set in the same world. He lives in Pittsburgh with his wife and son, and their Brobdingnagian 90 pound Basset Hound, Flash.

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Review by: Bonnie Lyn Smith on Nov. 05, 2014 :
I was completely captivated by "Pirates of the Decian Sea" and can't wait to continue the series. Relaxing read that will take you on quite an adventure! I did not see where it was going and loved the elements of surprise as well as character development. I look forward to learning more about David Tanner, his main character.
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Review by: John Parker on July 25, 2012 :
It is always great to stumble across a good new author. Sandoval drops you into a very vivid world with compelling characters and a very interesting story line. I love how the pirates mistook science as magic. Definitely worth a download and read.
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Review by: Anderson01 on June 07, 2012 :
That was one of the best books I have ever read. For those people who are looking for a pirate book to read, this is a great one. I like how the guild hatches a devious plot with one of the most feared pirates. It is a great book to read and very exciting. I called some things that they were going to do, but it made it more fun. J.E. Sandoval rocks!
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