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I have always been a fan of naval fiction. Reman got it just right. I could feel the cold and wet of an open bridge, almost taste the hot, bitter coffee that for the watch standers was warming nectar, and remember wardrooms at sea. The combat scenes were perfect—the adrenaline, the confusion, the pinhole pictures with time at almost a standstill. Bravo Zulu. Well done!
Great story and extremely well read. I would highly recommend this book. I enjoyed it.
just the thing for when one needs to distract oneself from the bigger issues of the day. True British navy through and through.
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What does David Rintoul bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
He always bring that calm so typical of the period
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
You don't live forever
Any additional comments?
The books by Reeman should be printed by 'Mills and Boon' they are really romantic novels not war stories