I reviewed Cutlass: Ten Tales of Pirates (Ten Tales Historical & Fantasy Stories), in exchange for review from Tomoson. This post contains Amazon Affiliate links and images.
The book was edited by Rayne Hall. The book presents 10 tales of pirates, written by multiple authors. The stories are presented in both British and American English. The book does contain explicit language in some scenes.
The stories were very detailed and visual. The first story told of a female captain, Loresa, of a pirate ship, whose ship needs repairing. Her men are also dying at sea. She started off with 70 plus men and now have 46ish men. The story is entitled Khaballo by Margo Lerwill. Khaballo means horse. Khova Khaballo is a god and he is linked to a curse.
The other stories include:
- Victoria and the Iron Clad by Douglas Kolacki
- Blind Man's Bluff by Jonathan Broughton
- Skritch by John Blackport
- Diamonds and Bones by Kris Radcliffe
- Um Homme De Couleur Libre by Liv Rancourt
- Scylla and the Paper Pirates by Rayne Hall
- Broadsided by KJ Kiegan
- The pensioner pirates of marine parade by Jonathan Brougton
- The book of adventures by Douglas Kolacki
The stories are short as well. Great read.
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