Just a random rant (which I could post in another thread on this board, but I'm doing my bit creating traffic). As I've mentioned in the title of this thread; I'm not caught up.
Things I like: - Charles Vane, haha. - And on a more serious note: The setting - The costumes - Flint's unpredictability - Anne, Max and Jack - Thomas, James, and Miranda - A Dutch crew actually speaking proper Dutch - The way they manage to show that the Man-of-War was a ship to be feared. It looked horrifyingly lethal. - John Silver's story line - Vane's predictability - The realistic first sex scene between Vane and Eleanor - Both men and women (almost) nude. I think either everyone should show what they've got, or no one. - Many of the pirates existed (the main cast) - Flint killing his quartermaster (seeing as I didn't see it coming) - Miranda's death (I didn't really like her but I didn't see her death coming either...) - Did I mention Charles Vane?
Things I don't like: - The violence (I know, comes with the genre) - Mr. Dufresne - The British - Ned Low (those eyes, that voice, the blood thirst) - Flint killing his quartermaster - The fact that the nature of the relationship between Sir Thomas Hamilton and James McGraw was so obvious (That I did see coming) - Hornigold