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There's no such thing as a bad Sharpe book. Start with Sharpe's Tiger and you'll be hooked for the entire series! This is the final book and wraps up Sharpe, Harper, and Napoleon's careers.
With an interesting back story that I had no idea about (the possibility of which would certainly have left a huge impact to world history), this is a good listen.
But if you've listened to any Sharpe books, you have no need to read this review. If you've not listened to any Sharpe book, this probably isn't the ideal one to start with, since it's the last in the series - go immediately for any other Sharpe novel as your next listen!
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This sounds as if it is the last book in the series I sure hope not. I have enjoyed the series immensely. Bernard Cornwell is a master storyteller and makes history come alive, he is also about the best writer of battle scene I have read. In this story Sharpe and Harper leave their homes and families and go in hunt of the General Morimoto in Chile. On the way the ship stops at Saint Helena and Sharpe meets Napoleon. That was an interesting scene. They are caught between the Spanish govenment and the rebels fighting for independence from Spain while they are hunting for the missing General. All makes an exciting story. As usual Cornwell ties the history together at the end with historical note. Frederick Davidson did an excellent job with the narration.
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