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Silver: My Own Tale As Written by Me with a Goodly Amount of Murder Silver: My Own Tale As Written by Me with a Goodly Amount of Murder

by Edward Chupack

Book Reviews

"A fascinating, rough-edged read. A thoroughly unsanitized Long John Silver in his own 'write': brutal, bloody -- and altogether gripping."
--Diana Gabaldon, author of A Breath of Snow and Ashes

"Raving, raging, wheedling, bullying, plotting, bellowing, yarning away, the remarkable voice of Silver himself is the gift that Edward Chupack has given us in this daring novel. The old blackguard surely does love the sound of his own voice. I loved it too."
--Jon Clinch, author of Finn

"At the start of Chupack's swashbuckling debut, Long John Silver . . . faces hanging back in England after a life of piracy on the seven seas. But before he swings, the aging, fever-ridden pirate is determined to tell his fabulous story, so settle back, me hearties, it's one hell of a tale."
--Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Makes the pirate world come alive."
--Kirkus Reviews