It is the 1650s and Spain considers the Caribbean to be its own private sea, but England, Holland, and France conspire to battle for freedom on the oceans. Set in days littered with the plunder of piracy; Ned Yorke, a loyal Royalist living in Barbados has a small vessel and devoted crew and together they sail, hunted by Roundheads and Spaniards, determined to pay whatever the price for freedom from tyranny. What transpires is a colourful, dramatic retelling of historical events surrounding the capture of Jamaica and the infamous raid on Santiago.
It is like the wild west but seagoing justise
Would you listen to Buccaneer again? Why?
I enjoyed it and yes in the future I may listen to it again
What other book might you compare Buccaneer to and why?
Well I have read almost all of Mr Popes books on the sea and I should have read this series first
Which character – as performed by Ric Jerrom – was your favorite?
Thomas and Dianne along with all the rest of the crew of Griffin
If you could rename Buccaneer, what would you call it?
The round heads outcast
Any additional comments?
I read all four in the series and enjoyed each of them Look forward to more adventures