Captain Blood Returns

Captain Blood Returns Further adventures from the much loved Captain Blood the Robin Hood of the Spanish Seas In his latest exploits The Chronicles of Captain Blood takes him to new adventures with as much excitement and

Further adventures from the much loved Captain Blood, the Robin Hood of the Spanish Seas In his latest exploits, The Chronicles of Captain Blood takes him to new adventures with as much excitement and swashbuckling adventure as ever before Winning invaluable treasures, rescuing his crew from almost certain death and saving an English settlement are all in a day s workFurther adventures from the much loved Captain Blood, the Robin Hood of the Spanish Seas In his latest exploits, The Chronicles of Captain Blood takes him to new adventures with as much excitement and swashbuckling adventure as ever before Winning invaluable treasures, rescuing his crew from almost certain death and saving an English settlement are all in a day s work for this remarkable hero of land and sea.

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Captain Blood Returns

  1. Rafael Sabatini 1875 1950 was an Italian British writer of novels of romance and adventure At a young age, Rafael was exposed to many languages By the time he was seventeen, he was the master of five languages He quickly added a sixth language English to his linguistic collection After a brief stint in the business world, Sabatini went to work as a writer He wrote short stories in the 1890s, and his first novel came out in 1902 Sabatini was a prolific writer he produced a new book approximately every year He consciously chose to write in his adopted language, because, he said, all the best stories are written in English In all, he produced thirty one novels, eight short story collections, six nonfiction books, numerous uncollected short stories, and a play He is best known for his world wide bestsellers The Sea Hawk 1915 , Scaramouche 1921 , Captain Blood 1922 and Bellarion the Fortunate 1926 Other famous works by Sabatini are The Lion s Skin 1911 , The Strolling Saint 1913 and The Snare 1917.

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  1. One of the titles of this book namely Captain Blood Returns has got to be one of the most misleading titles I ever stumbled upon He does not return from anywhere, most definitely not from what happened in the end of the first installment of the series The Chronicles of Captain Blood is another title and it is much suitable Basically this is a collection of ten short stories or novellas related to Peter Blood naval adventures taking place during the time described in the middle of the first book [...]



  2. More adventures of Captain Peter Blood A great addition to the story and worth reading This book really made me think how spectacular Blood would be as a television character Too bad Hollywood is focused on lesser material.


  3. A nice companion set of short stories to go with the original Captain Blood Read Captain Blood before you read this or you won t get it.


  4. Decent swashbuckling fiction Blood is almost too perfect a character Zero flaws This doesn t stand out as much in the novel where several misfortunes stand in for a lot of the flaws However, this book is actually broken up into several short stories that supposedly happened behind the scenes of the timeline of the first novel, which is a neat idea, but which also forces the reader to read 6 8 times as opposed to 1 time just how perfect and flawless this character is Hit s you over the head a bit [...]



  5. This is not quite as good as the first book about Captain Peter Blood, but only because it is a series of short stories about the adventures of the pirate instead of one long tale The characters are just as exciting as ever as well as the villains just as villainous It is still hard for me to read short stories, even if they re all about the same person, but this book was entertaining I especially enjoyed the story about Captain Blood s capture It seemed very O Henry esque Overall, this was a pr [...]


  6. This is a kind of a prequel of Captain Blood, but not entirely It features of the Captain s escapades, starting with how he becomes a buccaneer after first arriving in Tortuga and finishing well before his governership of Jamaica.The stories are well written, but are very loosely connected, much like the original, giving a slightly broken progression for the book But Captain Blood is as marvellously and genius as ever so it is still a very entertaining read but lacks the closure of the original [...]


  7. This book is inappropriatly named It sounds like it will be a sequel to the great Captain Blood But it is just a bunch of compilations of individual adventures that occured while at sea There is no story line to this book at all It should be named Captain Bloods adventures so as not to mislead those of us who wanted to continue on with the awesome Captain Blood and his experiences.


  8. I liked these short stories which take place concurrently with the events of the original novel Probably people who didn t care for the novel as much as I did would also not enjoy these stories which flesh out some of the details of Blood s time as a buccaneer.


  9. As usual, Captain Blood is the cleverest and most charming character of every story It s a treat to read and it s fun to place the stories in the middle of his regular story I would love to see all these stories compiled and turned into mini series on Masterpiece Theater.


  10. The continuing saga of that swashbuckling genius and eloquent hero, Capt Peter Blood These are the episodes that didn t fit with the flow of the main novel and present enjoyable, albeit disjointed, material to further delight the fan of daring tales of the sea.


  11. So much fun Captain Blood s character is well suited to the short story form I almost like this collection better than the original novel.


  12. More terrific stories of Captain Peter Blood and his crew of virtuous pirates Clever, tightly plotted and exhilarating Swashbuckling at it s finest


  13. Ok, imagine some one gives you the best gift in the world Captain Blood Now imagine they turn around and give you something better




  14. I fully enjoyed these earlier tales of Captain Blood Even though it is void of the romance lingered in the first book, the stories are still entertaining and engaging I was immersed in Captain Blood s wits and solitude However, many books of like kind fall short when either antagonists act preternaturally dumb to let the protagonist s wits uncontested or when a very crafted antagonists makes the most ludicrous mistakes to let the protagonist win through luck and fortitude rather than through pre [...]


  15. The first couple of tales were quite witty and fun It was nice to be re acquainted with the old Captain and I liked the focus given to Blood s fellow pirates like Hagthorpe and Pitt But by the last three or four adventures you get tired of Blood s genius and it becomes hard to believe all these amazing feats actually happened during the modest original His Odyssey And please there is no need to read the second sequel The Repetitive Fortunes of the Invincible Captain Blood because spoiler alert h [...]



  16. So far, I m a huge fan of Sabatini, or maybe just a fan of Peter Blood Somewhat predictable, these swashbuckling tales are fun and adventurous


  17. Each chapter is an individual story It takes a few pages to understand the background of each one, then it s great.




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