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- File Size: 897 KB
- Print Length: 350 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0084ALYXK
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 43 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,641 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Top customer reviews
I would recommend this novel to everyone from teenage onward. (I was introduced to Hornblower by my dad as a teenager and I have a fondness for historical adventures.)
I am off to add the other Marryat eBooks to my kindle. If only the hard copies weren't so expensive and hard to come by. I would love to have these beautifully written novels on my shelves!
Enjoy this lovely read, it really is a 'book to curl up with'.
I think that this book was written about 1836 & is in what I would imagine to be a Dickensian style & I absolutely love it.
I find myself laughing out loud at the wit & style of this book & would most definitely recommend it.
Most enjoyable and with lots of small insight into early 19th century seafaring life.
Marryat's style has a kind of homespun feel to it,that gives it authenticity.
Most recent customer reviews
I was so pleased to find this in kindle format, I have a very battered paper copy that was my dad's that I read as a child , when my son Was old enough he read it too. Read morePublished 6 months ago by d brown
Captain Marryat was at Trafalgar but retried to write children's books and this great novel loosely based on his colourful life at sea. Sailors will love it even morePublished 7 months ago by J. Hazell
I found it an enjoyable read. Full of life with good characters and some genuinely funny passages. I think it is getting a little dated.Published 8 months ago by robert wigelsworth
Somehow thought this was a "Hornblower" type story and it is not. It is interesting and wr
Somehow thought this was a "Hornblower" type yarn, and it is... Read more
I enjoyed this. No Hornblower , I grant you but nevertheless entertaining. No doubt I will read this again and I assure you I have parted with good money for a lot worse.Published 12 months ago by Fenlander
A tongue in cheek , rollicking but unlikely tale that most will enjoy; escapism at its bestPublished 21 months ago by saltysid
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