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Tell Us Where You Are:. Preview Your Review. Thank you. An okay book with some good battle scenes, especially Salamanca, but the hero, Terence, is too good to be believable. I realize the author wrote for young people, but this novel seems to go beyond that though most of the names would still be known to readers in The dialogue was certainly juvenile at times.
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May 3, - Published on Amazon. This was the second of a "feel good" book of an officer in the Peninsular campaign.
You know the story, Outstanding officer leads men through various adventures and in the end he comes home, marries and does well. Worth a read. Sharpe's stories are more detailed.
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January 6, - Published on Amazon. It is fascinating to be dropped into another era's view of the world. Henty was a Victorian and England was at the top of the world. Fighting Napoleon was in the memories of living people, and still seemed a battle against a tyrant who wanted to rule the world.
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This novel seems written for young adults boys, of course to give them an idea of war, which, although there may be wounded and dead, and some inconvenience, was exciting and fought by courageous men, and even still had some chivalry. There is quite a bit about the mechanics of battles, so at times it can seem a handbook. The characters are stereotypes, but Henty doesn't hesitate to show foibles and incompetence, which is refreshing.
And as a window into another era, it is invaluable. November 24, - Published on Amazon. I enjoyed both novels immensely and learned much about the war with France. Henty is a great author and tells history with a very exciting style. January 3, - Published on Amazon.