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I have devoured every book and can't wait to find out what happens next.
O'Brien's interest in psychology went well beyond normal character development, some books contain excellent case studies of anxiety, depression, and mania.
A fine book, consistent with all of the entire series of Aubrey/Maturin books by author Patrick O'Brian.
I am huge fan for some unknown reason. Delighted to have it at reasonable price and nice clean cd.Published 8 days ago by Egregious Engineer
The Aubrey/Maturin Series is always gripping. O'Brian is not only an excellent raconteur, developing and fleshing-out his characters' psychology and personalities; he bases his... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rodger C Kollmorgen, MD, PhD, JD
I think this series is one , if not, THE best that I have read. The books offer insights into history and particularly interesting details into the British Navy, how the politics... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Kim Johnson
I think there are 21 or 22 volumes. I had them all at one time or another but with a chaotic period in my life and multiple moves, many of the volumes were lost and I could not... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Harold Garner
This series of books was purchased for a friend who read the books years ago and is now re-reading. he loves themPublished 3 months ago by Linda K Rowe
Again- captures the historical period and is informative about British Navy of that period. Answers question of what constitutes a letter of marquePublished 4 months ago by Joseph Rees
This one is packed with naval action. If you enjoy the sea battles in the series, this will definitely live up to your expectations.Published 4 months ago by JavierSN
Great read. I love the way folks in England spoke in the 19th century. Very descriptive of the ships and the city of London.Published 6 months ago by bicycler1951
I am reading the Aubrey and Maturin books in order and just about to start #13. I cannot wait to find out what will happen to them next.Published 6 months ago by Rita Smith