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The Adventures of Damnation Kane, Volume I

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Damnation Kane: Irish pirate captain, born in 1650 to an English Puritan and an Irish druidess. Through means mystical and mysterious, somehow Damnation finds himself, with his ship The Grace of Ireland and his crew of scalawags, in strange seas. His ship damaged by battle and by storm's fury, Captain Kane and his men seek a safe harbor; in the process they make dangerous ...more
Paperback, 390 pages
Published May 28th 2018 by Theoden Humphrey at
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Toni DeBiasi
Sep 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
One of my favorite genres is time travel but it’s hard to find a good time travel book. Being a huge fan of the outstandingly written, Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon, my bar was set pretty high. I started reading it when it was first published in a weekly series format online and I became hooked at once. I love the concept of time traveling pirates and the author really made it come alive through the characters and how they dealt with the 21st century. So I was really excited when asked to i ...more
Aug 09, 2019 rated it liked it
I bought this book from the author at the Tucson Festival of Books. I love the pirates and the story, but I was not completely sold on the method. It was originally written in segments as a blog, I think, and this is sort of a compilation of the captain's journal entries, which... I'm not sure worked as well. But! I enjoyed this book and it made me want to go to the ocean and drink rum.
Jul 31, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The pirate lingo in this book is unmatched anywhere else. I doubt you could find more accurate and entertaining lingo in any other book.
The book itself is a built upon a very fun concept, time traveling pirates. It was fun reading about the adventures of Irish pirates in the 21st century. I distinctly remember the scene where a TV was shot because it was of the devil.
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