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Pirates of Savannah by Tarrin P. Lupo
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Aug 14, 11

Read from July 26 to August 14, 2011

Enjoyed this read very much!

For me the United States' history began with the Revolutionary War for Independence. But "Pirates of Savannah" let me into the world of Colonial America, and such a diverse, colorful world it was.

This novel is well researched and full of arrestingly vivid characters, everyone fascinating in his/her own way, everyone so different from another, people of different races, religions, upbringing, united in a one common desire for freedom and equality.
A history lesson combined with a fascinating story - what more can one ask?
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07/28/2011 "Two chapters down the book. Immersed in the less pleasant aspects of the 18th century England. Enjoy it very much!!!"
07/29/2011 "Four chapters on and I think I can captain a 18th century galleon on a cross-ocean voyage. I awed by the thoroughness of the author's research. Enjoy this book very much!"

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