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Pirates in a magical world, The Secret of Nautilus Island

Pirates in a magical world, The Secret of Nautilus Island

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SavyJParker By SavyJParker Updated May 11, 2011

Tylar Morgan grew up on an island in the middle of the Caribbean. These are the times when pirates were feared and a man could be hung just for speaking to a pirate even without his knowlegde. However, Tylar has a problem. All his life he has been running from a terrible truth. His grandfather was the dreaded evil pirate Henry Morgan. This past can no longer be hidden when a man named Mac Spade comes to find Tylar and his sister and take them to the mystical Nautilus Island to finish something that Henry began nearly thirty years before.

Randuh Randuh Nov 01, 2011
when i saw that it was a pirate story I was like probably like pirates of the caribbean but I was WRONG:) ive never read a pirate story before but this one caught my interest! I can sympathize with tylar because I have asthma to, it sucks. I will have to come back and read more somtime!!!
xSinfullySurrealx xSinfullySurrealx Oct 05, 2011
Wow! Seems like a really good one ! Pirate stories aren't really common you know.. :-)
realityxfantasy realityxfantasy Aug 22, 2011
I like pirates, so I picked this one :P You have a few grammatical errors, but I thought overall that this was pretty cool. I'm in a good mood right now, so yeah :P It was creative and really interesting! Keep on writing!
- - Mar 25, 2011
i love stories with new concepts like this! Keep writing! :D voted and libraried:D 
CosmosInChaos CosmosInChaos Mar 22, 2011
Another islander story... or this was the 1st 1. I would state your small errors but @Choppy already did that for me so it is all good haha! Keep it up! =D I'd like this to have a bit more detail. And your beginning is really a great way to start a story! I like!
KLogan KLogan Mar 09, 2011
I'm going to be honst about the intro might wanna make it start out differnently, but you did some nice work here! KEEP GOING! :)