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Ramage has a series of adventures and finally plays a major part in the Battle of Cape St. Vincent.
The story is appealing, the characters of Ramage, his crew, and the Marchesa continue to develop well, and the detail work is fine.
So far I've only read the first two books in the Ramage series and this one is every bit as good and the first one was.
This is a less difficult book to begin a series than C.S. Forester' s Hornblower series (focus on angst of a 17yo teen). Read morePublished 2 months ago by A reader after truth
Book number 2 in Pope's series of 'Ramage' is packed with subterfuge, romance, great shipboard life, and bloody action in the Georgian navy of the 1700s. Read morePublished 7 months ago by John Yuill
Damn the Spaniards, damn the Frogs, damn the Nazi Argentines! Viva England; viva Les Dutch! Viva les Germaine! Go Ramage!Published 7 months ago by Damisa
It's a simple enough mission, transporting a pair of Italian dignitaries to Gibraltar. Even the fact that Lt. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tom Knapp
The young lieutenant- in a tiny cutter- figures a way to disable a major enemy ship without firing a shot.
That should get your imagination slurping.
This is the second book I've read in this series. I cannot stop comparing this series to Patrick O'Brian's " Aubrey / Maturin " Sea Novels. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Richard D. Thomas