The Flag of Freedom (Nathan Peake 5) Paperback – 14 Feb 2013
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The next Nathan Peake novel in this series of thrilling naval historical adventures in the vein of Patrick O'Brian and Sean Thomas Russell
About the Author
Seth Hunter is the pseudonym of the author of a number of highly acclaimed and prize-winning adult and children's novels. He has written and directed many historical dramas for television, radio and the theatre. Seth Hunter lives in London.
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Top Customer Reviews
Seth Hunter like many historical fiction authors writing today knows his time period, and shows a real passion for it. His lead character Nathan Peake by this latest book(5) seems to have taken on his own real persona. He lives on and off the page. Seth Hunter writes the man so well that you would be forgiven for thinking of him as a real historical character.
There are a few authors in this time period who write this well, Julian Stockwin and Sean Thomas Russell to name a couple. They all display a true passion for the time period and the sea.
This fifth title has Seth Hunters usual careful build of plot and pace, carrying you across the sea and time into a web of intrigue. As i usually find with Seth Hunters books the story has a measured pace due to the depth of detail and intricate story. But that said, it is never a dull descriptive, with detail just for the sake of it, each chapter is well crafted to take and lead the reader deeper into the past and the war between Britain and Napoleonic France.
I look forward to Episode 6 of Nathan Peake.
1797: Britain stands alone against the forces of Revolutionary France. A victorious French Army, led by the youthful Napoleon Bonaparte, is poised to invade Britain. And in his country's darkest hour, Captain Nathan Peake finds himself imprisoned by his own side on the Rock of Gibraltar - charged with treason. To prove his innocence Nathan must uncover the great deception that masks the French war aims. Is the great armada being assembled in Toulon bound for the shores of Great Britain - or Egypt? His secret mission to discover the truth about Napoleon's invasion plans will hurl him into two of the greatest battles of the 18th century.
Another one of our favorite series was apparently cancelled by the publisher, but the author put out an e-book last summer. That would be fine with us Mr. Hunter. Please don't put your quill pen down.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent, like the others in the series. I couldn't put it down.Published 22 months ago by Benjamin Bug
My favourite period in naval history and books which really make you appreciate how easy things are these days. Another brilliant book from Seth HunterPublished on 20 Jun. 2014 by Amazon Customer
Some of these books are good and some very average, You never know which one to expect. This one was averagePublished on 23 Oct. 2013 by Stuart Young
I bought this book for my friend, loved it from the first chapter. Now want to read more Seth Hunter books.Published on 10 Sept. 2013 by MIDNIGHT
A very well written account of life at sea during the Napoleanonic wars. It captures the harshness of life for sailors of that period.Published on 13 Aug. 2013 by warwick
Good as part of series not a page turner but getting near, will read next in series!!! Just to see we're it leads.Published on 31 July 2013 by John P