International Talk Like A Pirate Day Book Recommendations

In honour of International Talk Like A Pirate Day, here are three great pirate tales for your reading pleasure. 

Fallen Into Bad CompaNy’ by Kayla Jindrich

Matthew wants nothing more than to escape from his past, but that hardly seems possible with his new apprentice. While William might be Matthew’s chance at redemption, an opportunity to pay for his mistakes, William also has a reckless streak that could ruin the new life that Matthew has built for himself. Either Matthew will pull William from piracy, or William will drag Matthew back into the dangerous world that they both come from.

Read my book review of ‘Fallen Into Bad Company’ here.

Ghosts of the Sea Moon’ by A.F. Stewart

In the Outer Islands, gods and magic rule the ocean. Under the command of Captain Rafe Morrow, the crew of the Celestial Jewel ferry souls to the After World and defend the seas from monsters. Rafe has dedicated his life to protecting the lost, but the tides have shifted and times have changed. 

His sister, the Goddess of the Moon, is on a rampage and her creatures are terrorizing the islands. The survival of the living and dead hinge on the courage and cunning of a beleaguered captain and his motley crew of men and ghosts. 

What he doesn’t know is that her threat is part of a larger game. That an ancient, black-winged malevolence is using them all as pawns… 

Come set sail with ghosts, gods and sea monsters.

Brotherhood of the Black Flag’ by Ian Nathaniel Cohen

“Cohen delivers a solid, compelling, and briskly paced story that blends adventure and romance within a rich historical setting.” — The BookLife Prize

Thrills, romance, and high-seas swashbuckling adventure await in the Golden Age of Piracy’s final reckoning!

His once-promising naval career in tatters, Michael McNamara leaves the newly-United Kingdom behind in search of a new life. With no other skills but the sword, he joins forces with a pirate turned pirate hunter, determined to rid the Caribbean of the Brotherhood of the Black Flag once and for all.

Eager for a worthy cause to fight for, McNamara pits himself against treacherous seas and battle-hardened buccaneers… and uncovers an international conspiracy that threatens the lives of thousands.

I’m currently reading this book, and really enjoying it. Look out for my review, coming soon!

One thought on “International Talk Like A Pirate Day Book Recommendations”

  1. Reblogged this on WordyNerdBird and commented:

    I love International Talk Like A Pirate Day.

    It’s just fun.

    It can also be quite cathartic.
    Let’s be honest, what day can’t be improved by a good “Arrrrrgh!” or two?
    If people annoy you, you can threaten to make them walk the plank, or call them lily livered landlubbers, and nobody takes offence.

    I grew up enjoying books like Treasure Island and Kidnapped!, and still enjoy a good, old-fashioned pirate story, so I thought I would share Book Squirrel’s International Talk Like A Pirate Day Book Recommendations.

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