Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End is a junior novelization of the film of the same name. It was published on April 10, 2007 by Disney Press, and was written by T.T. Sutherland. The book contains eight pages of full-color stills from the film. A Special Edition version was released, including the "Extra Chapters" that describe the ending of At World's End.

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Since the golden age of pirates, the Pirate Lords have ruled the Seven Seas. Lord Beckett of the East India Trading Company is on a mission to change that balance of power. The pirates' only hope lies in the notorious Captain Jack Sparrow. But finding Jack will not be easy. The last time anyone saw him, he was being dragged to the realm of Davy Jones' locker. Now, a ragtag crew led by Jack's arch enemy, Barbossa, must sail to World's End and beyond to save the captain. But even if Jack is rescued, his odds do not look good.

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