The Ghost Pirates

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Ash-Tree Press, 2003 - Fiction - 135 pages
Meet Jessop. He is the sole survivor of the ill-fated final voyage of the ship, Mortzestus. When he's rescued from the sea by the crew of the Sangier, he tells them what happened to the Mortzestus when it encountered what may have been ghosts or interdimensional beings. The dialect takes some getting used to, but the impending sense of doom and suspense make this compact novel a true classic.

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User Review  - Arkrayder - LibraryThing

A classic for a reason. I believe this story has stood the test of time and will continue to do so. H.G. Wells was ahead of his time. I really need to read his other works. Read full review

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User Review  - RobertDay - LibraryThing

In 'The Ghost Pirates', William Hope Hodgson seems to be working at slightly longer length in this novel when compared to some of his other books. And in contrast to some of his shorter novels, the ... Read full review

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