• Pirates of the Caribbean: Jack Sparrow Books 4-6

  • The Sword of Cortes, The Age of Bronze, and Silver
  • By: Rob Kidd
  • Narrated by: Andrew Fallaize
  • Length: 5 hrs and 6 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (56 ratings)

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Jack Sparrow Books 4-6

By: Rob Kidd
Narrated by: Andrew Fallaize
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Publisher's Summary

Before the Black Pearl, there was a teenage stowaway named Jack Sparrow....

Book Four: The Sword of Cortes

He has the enchanted sheath. He's read the mystical incantation. He's holding the all-powerful Sword of Cortes in his hands. But unfortunately for Jack Sparrow, he also has the specter of the sword's first master - Hernan Cortes - watching over his shoulder. Now, stranded on a snowy Caribbean island, the fate of the Barnacle's crew hangs in the balance. Jack must find a way to command the unwieldy power of the sword, defeat Cortes, and save his mates. But as usual, it won't be easy.

Book Five: The Age of Bronze

With their recent quest for the legendary Sword of Cortes complete, Jack and his crew take a break in their mate Tumen's village on the Yucatan peninsula. But when a charmed amulet goes missing, Jack and the crew become prime suspects. Can the crew clear their good names and conquer the dangerous duo whom they believe to be the real thieves? And what exactly is the mystical power that the amulet holds? Jack and the crew of the Barnacle are about to find out.

Book Six: Silver

Jack's first mate, Arabella Smith, has just made a startling discovery. Her mother, whom she thought long dead, is alive and well - and living a pirate's life! Laura Smith is the captain of the powerful Fleur de la Mort. And she has some very powerful crewmates sailing with her, including the much-feared buccaneer Left-Foot Louis. When Jack and his crew are forcibly brought aboard the terrible Fleur, they quickly learn that there might not be an easy way off!

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More!

These stories while they are short, short does not mean bad, I wish I could find out if and when they next set will be out, after all there are like 9 more right? Super excited to listen to this production as this is to hear the rest it was a treat.

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Interesting & Full of Adventure!

Perfect for an 8 year old! He didn’t want to stop listening. Love the narrator. Highly recommend - 5 stars!

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Fun adventures of Captain Jack and crew

These are great stories that wrap up the sword of Cortez arc and introduce us to a new one. The characters are all well performed with distinct mannerisms that really draw you in. It is a shame that the rest of the “Young Jack Sparrow” books have yet to get the audible treatment. Having only a part of the series is disappointing.