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Helpful votes received on reviews: 69% (53 of 77)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 18,834 - Total Helpful Votes: 53 of 77
Britannia's Son (The Duty and Destiny Series - Boo&hellip by Andrew Wareham
My advice is to read all four in Wareham's series.

I don't normally find four consecutive books by the same writer 'compulsive', but as I have finished one book, I have needed to move on to the next.

This is a very well researched series, with social issues being recognised as the reader is taken through the times of an rising Navy officer.

I'm looking forward to more.
The Friendly Sea (The Duty and Destiny Series - Bo&hellip by Andrew Wareham
Wareham's books are well researched, but he uses that research well, as background, and thankfully doesn't get bogged down in the tedium of detail that interferes with the flow of the story.

I'm moving on to the next in the series, now
The Destiny Secret: A Plot to Change the World  (S&hellip by Guy Clinton
4.0 out of 5 stars A Page-turner!, 8 Aug 2014
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, although this type of political thriller is not really something I would normally buy. It runs at a fast pace, but even though it has no real surprises for us the end, it is still enjoyable.

It is very well written (apart from the recipe for putting Swiss cheese on scallops - ugh!).

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