The Pirates! in An Adventure With Ahab

The Pirates! in An Adventure With Ahab

eBook - 2005
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They're back!!! The Pirate Captain and his irascible crew of scoundrels return in their soggiest saga yet. Fresh from their mishaps with Charles Darwin and the evil Bishop of Oxford, the Pirates set sail in a bouncy new vessel -- purchased on credit. In order to repay his debts, the Pirate Captain is determined to capture the enigmatic White Whale, hunted by the notoriously moody Ahab, who has promised a reward. Chaos ensues, featuring the lascivious Cutlass Liz, the world's most dangerous mosquito, an excerpt from the Pirate Captain's novel in progress (a bodice ripper, of course), whale ventriloquism, practical lessons in whale painting, a shanty-singing contest in a Las Vegas casino, and a dra-matic climax in which the Pirate Captain's prize ham saves the day!
Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books, 2005
Edition: 1st American ed
ISBN: 9780307489586
Characteristics: 1 online resource (152 p.) : ill., map
Additional Contributors: Overdrive, Inc


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Yellow_Cat_297 Jul 25, 2013

The pirate crew is back in Gideon Defoe's sequel to "The Pirates! in an Adventure with Scientists". "The Pirates! in an Adventure with Ahab" has Las Vegas, treasure hunting, and whale ventriloquism. If you're interested, then read the book.

Favorite character: the pirate with a scarf.


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Yellow_Cat_297 Jul 25, 2013

He looked at his second-in-command seriously. "I'm making a list of when it's acceptable for a pirate to cry."
"That sounds very important, Captain," said the pirate with a scarf, fiddling axiously with his eye-patch.
"So far I've got: one - when holding a seagull covered in oil. Two - when singing a shanty that reminds him of orphans. Three - when confronted by the unremitting loneliness of the human condition. Four - chops. I've just written the word 'chops.' Not really sure where I was going with that one. Any ideas?"


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