About No Good Stede Goes Unpunished (Caribbean Chronicles Book 4) by Eddie Jones:
Would you risk your life to go back in time to the golden age of piracy?
At the conclusion of a seminar on, “Trances and Visions: Exploring the Out-of-Body Experience,” the wealthy daughter of a prominent physician approaches Ricky with an offer. “If my father could fix things so your mother would receive the best cancer treatment for free, would you go back in time to clear my ancestor’s good name?”
Ricky explains that he can’t simply will himself to have an episode and take a time-travel trip. “Absence seizures don’t work that way. Even if I could go back, I can’t control when and where I end up.” But Ricky also knows there have been instances where someone claimed they slipped into a trance and saw past and future events. John, the Apostle of Christ. Saul/Paul, also an Apostle of Christ. Joseph Smith, founder of the Latter-day Saints. Black American slave Nat Turner who led the only effective, sustained slave rebellion. “They saw things, yes,” Ricky says to the rich girl, “but didn’t change what happened in the past.”
Then, for the third time since last Christmas, Ricky experiences a short period of “blanking out,” of staring into and sailing through space and time. Moments later Ricky finds himself in pirate land with Stede Bonnet, a rich sugar plantation owner who thought becoming a pirate might be a fun way to live out the rest of his life. And for Bonnet it was a Yabba Dabba Doo good time right up until the moment Ricky stepped aboard the Revenge. Set sail from Barbados with Bonnet’s crew as they slant west towards the North American coast, and run afoul of the British Royal Navy, the good citizens of Charleston, and Blackbeard the pirate. Will Ricky swing by the neck or die on the deck?
Would you risk your life to go back in time in order to save your mother?
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Eddie is an award-winning author of middle-grade fiction with HarperCollins. Father of two boys, he’s also a pirate at heart who loves to surf.Eddie’s middle grade “Monster Mystery” series is wholesome, humorous reading with a flair for unexpected adventure. The series has a spooky but spiritual message based on real “monsters” (sort of) found in Scripture. Hints at werewolves, ghosts, mediums, vampires, walking dead, mummies, demons, witches, and phantoms are all mentioned in the Bible. But are they real? Nick Caden doesn’t think so. In each episode he sets out to prove who the real killer is. The fourth book in the series, “Rumor of a Werewolf”, released in June 2019 and took third place in the Selah awards for Middle Grade fiction. “Phantom Gunslinger” released November, 2020. Each book has OFFICIAL CRIMINAL REPORT QUESTIONS so readers can easily complete a book report. “The Caribbean Chronicles” is a humorous time-travel pirate fantasy adventure series. The third book, “The End of Calico Jack,” won first place in the Selah awards for Young Adult literature. Book four, “No Good Stede Goes Unpunished” released Dec 1, 2020. All but “No Good Stede Goes Unpunished” and “Phantom Gunslinger” are available as audiobooks. Eddie calls his novels, “fun, fast reads for boys who don’t like to read.”An avid sailor with a great sense of humor, Eddie has been married to a girl he met at a stoplight in West Palm Beach during spring break for… “too many years,” Eddie’s wife says. “Not enough,” says Eddie.From 2009 to 2019 Eddie served as CEO of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. He now writes full time and mentors authors. Awards for Middle Grade and YA novels* Winner of the Selah award for tween / teen mysteries* INSPY Award* Moonbeam Children’s Book AwardReaders Are Leaders – Buy a Boy a Book!Eddiejones.orgPirate-Preacher.comWritersCoach.email@example.comTwitter.com/EddieJonesTweetFacebook.com/EddieJonesHumorInstagram.com/authoreddiejones