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Here’s a list one past and current favorites (Possible spoilers):
I've read the first 3 Sharpe prequel books but now i'm starting on the main sequence books. I've seen the TV series (which is awesome) but will i be able to reconcile Mr Cornwell's 'Original Sharpe' (As this was the first book written) with Sean Bean's Sharpe.
I don't know, but i'm certain its going to be a good read either way.
Book 5 of George R.R. Martin’s epic… and not my favourite I’m afraid. It’s still a very good read, but you must have your wits about you. No 5 minutes on the train with this… it demands utter attention or you wont know whats going on.
Finished this last week and the end is the best bit by far. Mr Martin shows his true genius when u know he’s enjoying himself. I look forward to the next tome. 🙂
Ive been struggling with this one... its very well written, and all, but isnt holding my attention as much as i think it should.
Not gonna give up on it just yet tho... perhaps im just tired.
Sharpe has to go home from India, and he would have left in 1805 and Cape Trafalgar lies on his way home, so why should he not be there at the right time?
Brilliant in every possible way. Cannot recommend this book (or Mr Cornwell) enough. If you like war books, historical fiction, or just a brilliant yarn spun with confidence and knowledge ANY Sparpe book will do; but this is simply my favorite.