|Author(s)||Chris A. Jackson|
|Released||Print/eBook: December 2014|
Audiobook: October 2015
|Runtime||11 h 28 m|
|ISBN 978-1-60125-665-2 (ebook)|
|Artwork from Pirate's Promise|
Pirate's Promise, a Pathfinder Tales novel by Chris A. Jackson, was released in December 2014. An audiobook version narrated by John Pruden was released in October 2015. The novel follows the characters and events of Jackson's 2013 novel, Pirate's Honor.
|“||Freedom's PrivateerTorius Vin is perfectly happy with his life as a pirate captain, sailing the Inner Sea in search of plunder with a bold crew of buccaneers and Celeste, his snake-bodied navigator and one true love. Yet all that changes when his sometimes-friend Vreva—a high-powered courtesan and abolitionist spy in the slaver stronghold of Okeno—draws him into her shadowy network of insurgents. Caught between the slavers he hates and a navy that sees him as a criminal, can Torius continue to choose the path of piracy? Or will he sign on as a privateer, bringing freedom to others—at the price of his own?||”|
Paizo published Chapter One to the Paizo Blog as a sample chapter.
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Chris A. Jackson discussed Pirate's Promise on the Paizo Blog in March 2015.
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- There are several Pathfinder lodges in Katapesh, but there is insufficient information in the novel to accurately identify the exact lodge in question. The link is to the Katapesh Lodge