Book Reviews of The PIRATE

The PIRATE
The PIRATE
Author: Harold Robbins
ISBN-13: 9780671874933
ISBN-10: 0671874934
Publication Date: 11/1/1993
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Pocket Books (Mm)
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Interesting but somewhat simplistic story about an Arab prince who doesn't know he was born a Jew. I recommend it as an entertaining read for an airplane journey or other situation where you have to sit and wait for a long time. It will keep your interest and make the time pass more quickly.
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1975 edition, different cover!
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This is the 1975 edition
This novel is not only about Arabs, it is about Life whether you being a American, Israeli, iraqi or Arabian national, its about loving one another, you never know your enemy who you always try to fight could end up being a long lost Son, Brother, Cousin or Uncle.
A jewish man gave up his son to an Arab man due to circumstances beyond his control, that son becomes one of the most powerful man in the arabian community not knowing that he is jewish, he is persuaded to finance a terrorist group against jews which he refuses , mean while his daughter joins these terrorist Organization
At the end Father and son meet together again to save Grand Daughter and fight terrorism , one as a Jewish General and the other as a Rich Arab Prince
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Just think, his son is probably a middle-aged hedge fund manager by now.
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Back cover: With the daring of a pirate, Baydr Al Fay manipulates the exploding oil wealth of the richest sheikdom in Islam. IN his private jet, he streaks from financial capitals to luxery playgrounds, always seeking to conquer new worlds - and new women.
But none can hold him. Not Maryam, his Arab wife; not Jordana, the golden girl from California, who bore him sons to inherit the Prince's throne.
Only when drawn into the midst of the firs storm raging in the Middle East does Baydr discover that wealth is not the only power - nor power the only reason for living.

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I'm not a Romance fan, so I didn't bother to read the book.