Sea Star: The Private Life of Anne Bonny, Pirate Queen
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Sea Star: The Private Life of Anne Bonny, Pirate Queen

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Living in constant danger, Anne Bonny, the wild and untamed pirate queen of the Caribbean, travels from the salons of colonial Charles Town to the torrid shores of Jamaica. Reprint. AB. PW.
Paperback, 390 pages
Published August 1st 1984 by Jove (first published 1983)
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Diane Lynn
3.5 stars

An interesting account of the life of Anne Bonny, the pirate queen. This book begins in 1700 in Cork, Ireland. William Cormac, a well to do Englishman, has just learned that his mistress, Mary, has given birth to a daughter, Anne. William doesn't particularly like his wife and won't give up Mary and Anne. He doesn't want to see his daughter brought up amid the prejudices in town so William, Mary and Anne leave for the southern colonies of the New World. They end up in Charles Town of t...more
LOVED this book!

I'm a sometimes reader of romance novels - not really following any particular authors besides maybe Sidney Sheldon. I actually stumbled on this book left at a laundry mat one day and just started reading it. I loved the story before I even found out that Anne Bonny and Mary Read were real pirates.

I'd heard of Blackbeard of course. But because of this book I ended up finding out all about Anne and admiring her so much since there has got to be an Anne Bonny inside every woman som...more
This is a romance novel but also a great story about Anne Bonney. It sparked a life-long fascination for me with her life and her adventures. And the mystery remains of how she lived out her days after she put her pirating life behind her.
SNOOOZE FEST. the most boring pirate romance i have ever read, and yes i have read many. this was a great idea executed poorly.
Sep 05, 2007 Weena rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People who love pirates
I read this book a long time ago and have read it a couple more times since then. It's an interesting take on Anne Bonny's life.
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