Pirate's Honor

  • by Chris A. Jackson
  • Narrated by John Pruden
  • 12 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A pirate captain of the Inner Sea, Torius Vin makes a living raiding wealthy merchant ships with his crew of loyal buccaneers. Few things matter more to Captain Torius than ill-gotten gold-but one of those is Celeste, his beautiful snake-bodied navigator. When a crafty courtesan offers the pirate crew a chance at the heist of a lifetime, it's time for both man and naga to hoist the black flag and lead the Stargazer's crew to fame and fortune. But will stealing the legendary Star of Thumen chart the corsairs a course to untold riches-or send them all to a watery grave?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Fine story, terrible narrator

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Yes there is. I only got about 2 chapters through the book before I have to stop and delete it. The one thing I would change about this book is that SOMEONE WITH MORE LIFE NEEDS TO NARRATE IT.

Would you be willing to try another one of John Pruden’s performances?

NEVER. This man gave such a soulless, mono toned, grammar stunted performance. The worst I have heard so far from audible. He didn't take any pauses where he should, like at a comma or at the end of a sentence. There was no LIFE to his narration, and there was very little to any difference in character voices.

Any additional comments?

I'm pretty sure any random person off the street could do a better job at narration

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- devon

Good "Heist" Story

This book surprised me a little. I went into it expecting a Pirate adventure on the high seas. What I actually got was an Ocean's 11 style heist story with very little action. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy a good heist story too, so I did end up liking this book. The main plan revolving around the plot was pretty complicated and some parts of it were not really made clear from the beginning, so I was a little confused at certain points, wondering where this was all going. On the positive side, I thought the characters were all fleshed out well and very colorful, with their own personalities and quirks.

As far as the narration, it did take a little getting used to. I had to get about 4 chapters in before I could really focus on the story, and I didn't really like the voice he settled on for the main protagonist. I thought everyone else sounded good though, and once I settled in, I found it was mostly a smooth listen.
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- Neal "Say something about yourself!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-13-2015
  • Publisher: Audible Studios