Fandoms: Pirates of the Caribbean (Movies), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007), Pirates of the Caribbean: The Price of Freedom - A. C. Crispin
12 Sep 2015
She wants to say run, she wants to say I will undo you, she wants him to stay.
“Thank you,” she says and it’s all he wanted to hear for a long time.
Fandoms: Pirates of the Caribbean (Movies), Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007), Pirates of the Caribbean:The Price of Freedom (book)
21 May 2015
In life there are many forms of imprisonment. Often it is the most privileged lives, which for all their opulence and luxury, that are the most oppressive; where ‘freedom’ bought by wealth, is nothing more than an illusion. While conversely, those free spirits, society’s outcasts, while not constrained by conformity, often find themselves held hostage by circumstance, by the weakness of the worst of human nature, and betrayal.
Elizabeth Swann grew up in a world of glittering privilege—and private heartbreak—provided with everything a girl should want…except for the one thing she desired most, but seemed doomed to never have: Freedom.
Jack Sparrow was always an outsider; from society as a whole, and also within the divergent pirate society he’d been born into. Unacknowledged by his father, despised by his other family members and often scorned for his ‘softness’ by his fellow pirates, left him in place of few allies, and fewer friends.
From two worlds which could not have been further apart, it seemed unlikely, if not impossible for their paths to ever cross...
But all of that changes, one fateful afternoon, on a dock in Port Royal…