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I enjoy Hornblower better. Few things are wrote quite that well. Well done. If you are the kind of man who like to hold a piece of dead tree in your hand I recommend it.Published 4 days ago by Theodore Russell Moore
I had read it many years ago and remembered little. on rereading it recently I was gratified to feel that the story was, in it's structure very similar to subsequent volumes. Read morePublished 5 days ago by JeanLMPouteauMD
Very difficult to read for me secondary to style and ancient nautical terms used. May be authentic language for the time but just did not flow well enough to be a pleasant read. Read morePublished 12 days ago by sam mad
Best historical fiction, for its genre, ever written. With 21 books in the series, you'll need to be committed; reference books by author Dean King would be highly recommended.Published 15 days ago by The Historian
I ordered a book but received a book-on -tape. The story was good but I would prefer the book. Decided to try the BOT.Published 20 days ago by John S. White
I had read this book many years ago and decided to read it again. I was prompted to read it again having read an interview with Clive James. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Gerard Murphy
I adore this book, and all the sequels. The author is so well versed on the Royal Navy in the Napoleonic era that it is hard to follow all of the terms. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Cynthia in SoCal
Can't help but contrast Aubrey with Hornblower... the difference is night and day. That's a credit to both authors. I am on book 2 of this series. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
O'Brian is one of the best writers of sea stories who ever lived. Don't miss him.Published 27 days ago by bucephalus