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A very emotive episode for Sharpe as french cruelty is described, in graphic detail. In fact it's human cruelty on both sides, all ages, all classes. Historically it seems, napoleon left soult out on a limb. No reinforcements meant no king of Lithuania. but thousands suffered as a result, and wellingtons army had an easier job of removing the french from Portugal.
As much as I enjoyed the story it was really let down by the performance. Sharpe isn't from Yorkshire; as such the Sean Bean impression is painful.