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Must reads, all of the series.
O'Brien's interest in psychology went well beyond normal character development, some books contain excellent case studies of anxiety, depression, and mania.
Nor will anyone starting with the first novel either want to skip any of the individual novels, nor cease reading at any point.
I recall reading somewhere that O'Brian must have realized he started this series too late in historical context due to the popularity of the characters and the story. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Kevin Logan
My daughter bought me "Master & Commander" sometime ago an I "got hooked" on this Patrick O'Brian series (20 volumes). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jim
When I first read this novel, I wanted to know how it turned out. I care about Jack and Stephen and some of the others, even "that wicked old Killick. Read morePublished 2 months ago by James Ashley Shea
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 3 months ago by M. Kim Johnson
Sure this is a story, and I have invested in it and am interested in where Jack and Stephen’s vacillating fortunes take them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Trevor Kettlewell
Aubrey's novels start to get a little repetitive but, nevertheless, make a great read for anyone who loves seafaring storiesPublished 6 months ago by Dennis