Utilizing the talents of young artistic crewman who served as his scribe, Edward Thatch ensured that his thoughts and deeds would be uniquely chronicled. Everything-- from his storied temper, his decision to embrace piracy, and his brilliantly calculated creation of the Blackbeard mythos to the audacious blockade of Charleston, South Carolina, and his thoroughly unlikely friendship with the "gentleman pirate" Stede Bonnet-- is faithfully recorded here in his own words. Striking sketches by the scribe capture and record both the details of daily life on a pirate ship and pivotal historical moments But perhaps most significant , Thatch's journal reveals to history the existence of a man who possibly rivals Blackbeard himself when it comes to narrow escapes and sheer guts-- a hitherto unknown pirate named Edward Kenway.
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