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Description The latest of Cornwell's perennially popular Sharpe adventures, returning, like Sharpe's Tiger, to India, and culminating with the battle at Assaye which Wellington considered his greatest victory. more

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Description The long-awaited twenty-first novel in the number one bestselling series featuring Richard Sharpe. In the winter of 1811 the war seemed lost. All Spain has fallen to the French, except for Cadiz which... more

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Description Sharpe, having just received his commission, faces his toughest battle yet in this return to India, the terrain of the bestselling Sharpe's Tiger. It is 1803 and Sir Arthur Wellesley's army is closing... more

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“Cornwells Waterloo”

published 26/10/2007

AdvantagesSuperb Story telling

DisadvantagesThe end of the series (sob)

...Just for a change with a book review I would like to start with something written after the story has finished. Bernard Cornwell often adds some historical information as an epilogue and also some of his personal feelings, in this case he mentions that he spent along time trying to come up with an exciting story for 'Waterloo' and in the end settled on the obvious - that the thrilling few days in...

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AdvantagesBattles and detail, clear mental images, exciting at times


...The Burning Land is the fifth book in Bernard Cornwell's series set in the time of Alfred the Great. The stories follow Uhtred, a Saxon raised by Danes at a time where what we know as England was fought for by these two peoples. Uhtred has to this point risen to be the 'go to guy' for Alfred when it comes to battle, despite Uhtred disliking the pious king and Alfred frowning disliking the Saxon...

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“Cornwell's Triumph”

published 02/11/2006

AdvantagesSuperb Read


...I have been a big fan of the Sharpe series for a number of years, firstly when it was on TV and then later when I got into the books. For many fans the exploits of Sharpe as he single handedly wins the Peninsular War have been something to look forward to as Bernard Cornwell continually finds new battles to place the hero in. With this mixed up Chronology in mind it is interesting that after...

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