The Offshore Pirate

Written by:
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Narrated by:
Michael Scott

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
January 2012
1 hour 18 minutes
This short story begins on a yacht anchored off the Florida coast where a young woman, Ardita, and her Uncle are engaged in a heated discussion about her dating decisions. Ardita, independent and stubborn, is set on marrying a young man who her uncle believes does not have the highest character values. She refuses to leave the yacht they are on to go to town with him and meet someone who he believes is a better match for her. So she stays behind.

But while he is gone, the boat is overtaken by a band of pirates. Ardita is unwilling to surrender the vessel so they take her to sea with them and that is where the rest of the story unfolds.
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Beautiful word pictures. Amusing content. Perfect narrative.

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Fun interesting quick listen. Has some surprises and…pirates! Narrator is just fantastic!

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Sharon P.

Michael Scott does an exceptional job of taking the written word and making it a visual image. F. Scott Fitzgerald inspires and relaxes.

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Mindie Van der Walt

What a surprising ending. Short and sweet. We dont always know what we really want.

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Marion Threadcraft

Quick and interesting. Surprise ending. Would not want to be best friends with the main female character.

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Brittany Sorrell

I loved this short story. Really a great quick read!

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