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Top Stories. Bullying Teenage girl in tears at school prom after bully tips jug of juice over her. Unexpectedly, Vane took a skiff one night and sailed to an unknown location. While he was gone, Captain Hornigold more or less forced Eleanor to rescind her ban on Vane. However, he would soon be left without much of a crew when Eleanor and Bonny conspired to kill Hamund , who had been abusing and raping Max without Vane or anyone else protesting against it. In the act of killing Hamund, they also killed seven other members of Vane's crew that had remained loyal to him because they didn't stop him from raping Max, which made them far worse than Hamund himself.
With a whole slew of men at his disposal, Vane returned to Nassau and quickly took over Hornigold's fortress that overlooks Nassau. With control of the fortress, Vane essentially controlled Nassau. When Eleanor tells him that his actions will not be accepted, Vane tells her that if they should decide to attempt an attack, he'll start sinking ships in the harbour. Without any options, she agreed and Vane became a partner in the Consortium.
Vane takes a pretty apathetic approach to being a partner in the Consortium. When he does attend the meetings, he disparages the other partners as weak. When Ned Low openly defies Eleanor, she implores Vane to assist her and tells him that there is a very valuable cargo on Low's ship, despite being unaware of what it actually is. Vane asks Max to find out what Low's crew is holding that is so special, and she asks in exchange for him to forgive Rackham and Bonny so that they may sail again. When she gleans the information about Abigail Ashe , Vane meets with Rackham and Bonny in the brothel, and states his intentions to repair their reputations.
Vane then shakes Rackham's hand and gives him a hug that all can see. Once in his cabin, the two begin to fight, whilst above decks Vane's crew is silently killing Low's crew.
Vane comes out on top of the fight and beheads Low. He then places Low's head upon a stake with a sign that reads "I angered Charles Vane". After seeing Low's head, Eleanor goes to the fort to sleep with Vane. When they are finished, Vane takes Eleanor to where he is holding Abigail Ashe, who will surely pull in a handsome reward.
Flint returns to Nassau in the Spanish Man O' War to find the new situation, and immediately starts planning to remove Vane from his fortress. Soon, Vane decides settles on his usual solution to any problem, in this case, to kill Flint. He tracks Flint to Eleanor's tavern, and the two men trade blows with each other, until they are interrupted by Eleanor Guthrie who fires a shot from a musket in their direction. She demands the two men negotiate a solution. Flint refuses.
Vane leaves the meeting, but afterwards Eleanor assures Flint that the situation will be resolved and Vane will agree to the terms. Eleanor goes to the fortress and tries to convince Vane to give up the girl, but he is not interested. She decided so to betray him. She sleeps with Vane, and then takes the keys. She goes to the cell where Abigail is kept and the two flee through the tunnels beneath the fortress.
As she is locking the final gate, Vane appears.
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He tells Eleanor that he killed Low's crew for her. He tells Eleanor if she takes Abigail, his men will turn on him and kill him. Finally, he tells her if she walks away with the girl, she will surely hear from him again. Despite Vane's pleas, and after some hesitation, Eleanor locks the gate and walks away with Abigail. Many of Flint's crew are killed, and the rest captured.
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Thanks to an attempt on behalf of Silver to sabotage the ship, Vane is still in the harbour when the Charles Town authorities approach to tell them that Flint has been arrested, and that the ship must leave or be sunk. In Charles Town, Vane allows himself to be captured. He is taken to Flint's trial, where he states that he wants to present a witness in support of Flint.
He brings with him Abigail's diary that she wrote during her trip to Charles Town wherein she expressed admiration for Flint and the other pirates. Meanwhile, on the outskirts of the town, Vane's men climb up the walls of the city and take out the gun crews who are standing guard. They turn the cannons and open fire on the town. During the chaos that ensues, Flint and Vane flee. They fight their way to the jetty and begin to escape on a rowing boat.
Flint orders that all of Vane's men be released and that they all fire indiscriminately at Charles Town. Vane is tasked with hunting what he thinks is a Dutch merchantman. As he approaches, the Dutch captain begins to throw his actual cargo overboard; slaves.
Vane puts out small boats for the slaves, but continues his pursuit, eventually capturing the merchantman and killing the captain. Returning to Nassau, Vane confronts Rackham, who reluctantly admits that he intentionally sent him after a slave-ship, so the slaves could be used to rebuild the fort. Vane insists on working alongside the slaves.
General readers, however, will find it to be something of a struggle, albeit one worth enduring. In the preface, Mercer states that his book originated as a supplement for a sailing course he taught over several years. Easy, that is, for readers steeped in the technical vocabulary of sailing and knowledgeable about the layout of such vessels. And both audiences will also find the several typographical errors in the text to disrupt smooth sailing. Elderly readers of any stripe could be critical of the relatively small font size of the text.
Lawrence Seaway. Through the intensity of these episodes, the tension, like a sail on the Sturdy, crackles and snaps.