The Pirate's Daughter by Margaret Cezair-Thompson

The Pirate's Daughter

Margaret Cezair-Thompson

All the passion, heat and colour of a swashbuckling saga await you within the pages of this novel. Set in the tropical paradise of Jamaica, this is romantic escapism with a satisfying filling of history and evocative atmosphere.

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'You know what it feels like, what it means to be an outside child .... But your father was there. It's different for me. All my life. Outside. That means I don't belong anywhere - ' ' thought it meant you're not shut in. Really, May, stop feelin' so sorry for you'self. You know what? We wouldn't have a country or history if it wasn't for so-called bastards. From way back we mix-matchin' black, white, Chinese, Syrian, and every blinkin' race. And it hasn't ruined us, far from it.'
Parallels
  • Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys
  • A House for Mr Biswas by V S Naipaul
  • Pirates of the Caribbean - the film
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Violence
Explicit sexual content

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