By Rob Kidd
Ahead of the Black Pearl, there has been a teenage stowaway named Jack Sparrow...
The tale of Jack Sparrow starts off the following! Teenage stowaway Jack Sparrow has assembled a motley workforce and they’re at the quest of a life-time. Their target: to find and acquire the mythical Sword of Cortés, with a view to supply them incredible strength. yet will this ragtag crew of adventurers live to tell the tale their first project or will they succumb to the ability of the ocean, vicious pirates, historical curses, and the stormy chance of nature itself?
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