Literature Jack Sparrow series by Rob Kidd

Discussion in 'Ebooks' started by djayz1, Sep 13, 2015.

Users Viewing Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 0)

    • GL Senior Member
    • GL Legend
    • Forum Author
    • Guru Member

    djayz1 Forum Author

    Member Since:
    Mar 11, 2013
    Message Count:
    19,108
    Likes Received:
    266
    Current Phone:
    Samsung Galaxy s3 - Android 4.3
    51pZM99AsZL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg

    Rob Kidd is a pen name for a group of women that Disney hired to write the prequels of the character Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.


    The Coming Storm
    This swaggering, stand-alone addition to the Pirates of the Caribbean series recounts the story of Jack Sparrow, a teenage stowaway on an adult mission. Jack has assembled a motley crew of adventurers to locate and seize the legendary Sword of Cortes. This scenario sounds feasible until the treasure hunters run into heavy storms and bloodthirsty pirates.

    The Siren Song
    Captain Jack Sparrow and his crew have suddenly fallen under a sinister spell. While continuing on their quest for the Sword of Corts, they find themselves entranced by an ethereal song which leads them away from their quarry.

    The Pirate Chase
    Jack and company are hot on the trail of the notorious pirate Left Foot Louis, who they believe is currently in possession of the Sword of Corts. But chasing down a fierce seafarer is challenging, even for Jack's formidable crew.

    The Sword of Cortés
    This is it! Jack and his crew have found the Sword of Cortés, but along with it, they've also found Cortés himself. And he's not the kind ruler they thought he'd be. Jack and his crew have defeated a storm king, escaped sirens, defeated the notorious pirate Left Foot Louis, but can they possibly conquer a conquistador with god-like powers?

    The Age of Bronze
    The beginning of a new story arc! Jack and company are regrouping after their Sword of Cortes ordeal. They want to forget about magical power and turn their attention towards treasure. But they are about to learn that in the Caribbean magic and treasure often go hand in hand when they encounter a young sailor who can turn things to solid bronze?

    Silver
    When Tumen and Jean overhear talk of hidden silver, Jack decides that they must seek it out. It might not be gold, but it sure beats bronze. But the Silver they find is not the silver they were expecting. They've gotten themselves in trouble again, this time with a brutal pirate named Long John.

    Attached Files:



Share This Page