Thursday, 14 May 2009

Review – Bernard CORNWELL – “Sharpe’s Waterloo“

Publ: 1990
My Own
ISBN: 0 00 223643 5
Genre: Historical Fiction
Pages: 375p
Continuing reading the series
Rating: ***** *****

What led you to pick up this book?
Continuing reading the series

Describe the plot without giving anything away.
Richard Sharpe and the Waterloo Campaign, 15th June to 18th June 1815. Richard Sharpe is involved in the Battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo - this is what the series and the career of Richard Sharpe have been leading up to. Cornwell's finest book in the Sharpe series.

Would I recommend it?
Yes, an absolute essential for Sharpe fans or anyone interested in the Napoleonic wars.

"He was ever anxious about the weather and, when he could think of nothing else to be anxious about, he became worried that he must have forgotten something important that should have been causing him worry."

BERNARD CORNWELL – see ‘Sharpe’s Havoc’

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