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-Wind blew silence, rolling heavy and thick from the ocean's chilly deep, and it settled around us. I stared at a puddle of blood and shuddered. I glanced toward the ocean. The moon peeked through tattered clouds and it was eerie and sad. I called it a pirate moon, yet for melancholy reasons this time. The shady acts of men and devils were often aided by the light of such dim telestial glow.- Pirate Moon is a stand-alone, must-read novel, yet it subtly culminates Saxton's other books, Dancing with the Moon, Beckon, and Into the Second Springtime. It is written in typical Saxton style, evoking sorrow, pain, radiant laughter, joy, tender romance, and quiet reflection. Pirate Moon is both the darkest and lightest of Saxton's books; cleverly combining danger and spirituality like the two were friends.
  • ISBN13: 9781463474188
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Pubilcation Year: 2011
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pages: 00536
Publication DateAugust 29, 2011
Primary CategoryFiction/General
Publisher ImprintAuthorhouse

Pirate Moon

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