The Books

The Pirate’s Eye

by Robert Priest

One Potato Review

While joyously dueling, a salty old dog loses his prosthetic eyeball, which bounces and ricochets into the life of a pauper, who is able to catch a glimpse of the pirate’s “strange and interesting” experiences, and writes a book from what he sees – which the pirate himself finds on the shelves of his local library. “How can this be?” growls the pirate. “And how long will it be before they have me in shackles? Who dares tell the story of this pirate’s life!” Priest dares, with humor and romance.

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