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Publisher's Summary

Calling all young pirates! Jack Sparrow and his friends are back and ready for another adventure. But this time, it looks like they might be in over their heads. In The Pirates of the Caribbean, Book Two, aspiring pirates will get a chance to relive the action of the movie.

©2015 Disney Press (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Great Listen!

Greatly enjoyed listening to this series with my grandchildren! Love the movies, too! A Must Listen!

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So So Version of The Movies

I was kind of hoping that this might of played out similar to the movie or maybe at least close to the last book based on the movie series. Unfortunately, I think that this book fell kind of short of my expectations. The narrator was good like he was on the last P.O.T.C book that I listened to. I feel like this book was rushed & paced too quickly. I also feel like there might of been things that were used in the movie that might of been skipped over. Also, when they ended a book, they left out the very last part of the movie where the surviving crew members were on the long boat, they ended up showing back up at Tia Dalma's looking for her help and Captain Barbosa shows up at the VERY end of the movie before the credits, which is kind of pivotal to the next movie On Stranger Tide.