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Form Line of Battle! (Bolitho Novels). com User, March 27, 2009. Nobody delivers the action like Kent did at his peak. As is the case with all of the Bolitho novels Mr. Kent has written another outstanding tale. Great reading! By Thriftbooks. com User, January 8, 2009. This book is simply a great read. Our hero fights on land and sea; there is plenty of action and adventure.

Twice they met with the sloop Chanticleer, but Bolitho learned little to ease his mounting apprehension.

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Form line of battle! Annotation. Author: Alexander Kent. In June 1793 Captain Richard Bolitho arrives at Gibraltar to take command of the Hyperion, a seventy-four-gun ship of the line. Although not completely recovered from a serious fever contracted in the Great South Sea, Bolitho is eager to get back to duty against the rising might of Revolutionary France. He sails to join Lord Hood to partake in the Monarchist-inspired occupation of Toulon.

Form Line of Battle! book. Alexander Kent has written nearly thirty novels with Richard Bolitho, Bonaparte wars British sea-captain and his nephew Adam as the protagonists. In other words, these are in the same genre as Patrick O'Brian and the Hornblower novels. What sets these apart is the attention to developing Bolitho's character, but they are basically relaxing time killers.

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Form line of battle! 398 printed pages. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. The year is 1793, and England is once again at war. For Richard Bolitho, the renewal of hostilities with France means a fresh command and the chance for action after months of inactivity.

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ISBN13: 978-0515068047

ISBN: 0515068047

Author: Alexander Kent

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Jove (February 1, 1983)

ePUB size: 1603 kb

FB2 size: 1123 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 685

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heart of sky
Story good but just too many typographical errors. A global edit to remove unnecessary hyphenations would be most welcome. If I could I would ask for my money back because I expect this rather large and repetitive error to be something that just doesn't occur in professional publishing. It seriously detracts from enjoying the reading experience.
heart of sky
Story good but just too many typographical errors. A global edit to remove unnecessary hyphenations would be most welcome. If I could I would ask for my money back because I expect this rather large and repetitive error to be something that just doesn't occur in professional publishing. It seriously detracts from enjoying the reading experience.
Longitude Temporary
Once again, Reeman shows he is the master of sailing ship action! As a fan of both Patrick O’Brian and CS Forester, I believe it is fair to say that Douglas Reeman (as Alexander Kent) deserves a place alongside the luminaries in the field. Nobody is his equal in describing ship to ship action vividly and clearly. Well worth reading!
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Once again, Reeman shows he is the master of sailing ship action! As a fan of both Patrick O’Brian and CS Forester, I believe it is fair to say that Douglas Reeman (as Alexander Kent) deserves a place alongside the luminaries in the field. Nobody is his equal in describing ship to ship action vividly and clearly. Well worth reading!
Hunaya
I believe I've read all the Bolitho Novels and can safely say that any fan of 18th/19th Century warfare involving the British Empire will love it. Mr. Kent's work is fast paced nautical warfare fiction with just a hint of Jane Austen. His knowledge of the manners, mores and history of the period is excellent and his characters are often vivid and memorable. I highly recommend his work.
Hunaya
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Wanenai
Great series of book. Simply written.......would appeal to high school or Middle school boys...as wall as adults....these ships were very similar to a school, with good guys, bad guys, hero's and bullies, cliques, friends and jerks. A great easy read that has a good plot and good characters that keep it interesting. Very technical about sailing and life aboard these ships in the late 1700's.
Wanenai
Great series of book. Simply written.......would appeal to high school or Middle school boys...as wall as adults....these ships were very similar to a school, with good guys, bad guys, hero's and bullies, cliques, friends and jerks. A great easy read that has a good plot and good characters that keep it interesting. Very technical about sailing and life aboard these ships in the late 1700's.
Olwado
The Richard Bolitho series of book are a fun read. The history on the high seas back in the 17-1800s is an eye-opener. Alexander Kent merges historical events with human drama and enough action to keep you going and going! Only 4 stars because of the tediousness required to fill the reader in on people and past occurrences from earlier in Bolitho's life. This is required of any book series to make a single volume readable I understand and scan much of this an read on! I will be starting on the 17th Bolitho novel as soon as it hits the mail box!
Olwado
The Richard Bolitho series of book are a fun read. The history on the high seas back in the 17-1800s is an eye-opener. Alexander Kent merges historical events with human drama and enough action to keep you going and going! Only 4 stars because of the tediousness required to fill the reader in on people and past occurrences from earlier in Bolitho's life. This is required of any book series to make a single volume readable I understand and scan much of this an read on! I will be starting on the 17th Bolitho novel as soon as it hits the mail box!
Grotilar
This one in the Bolitho series was very interesting in better understanding the author's developed personality of Bolitho. Very complex individual, this Bolitho.
Grotilar
This one in the Bolitho series was very interesting in better understanding the author's developed personality of Bolitho. Very complex individual, this Bolitho.
Gajurus
The Bolitho series is a great look into a way of life that is lost on most people. People today are so pampered. Having been in the modern Navy and knowing the conditions on the vessels of the modern era it amazes me that anyone could survive the daily routine much less the fighting of a King's ship. These books give a great feel for that time and life.
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It was a wonderful read that captivated this old Marine for hours. I have read all of the books in the series. I started just before Christmas 2011 and finished last week. Thats how much I enjoyed reading Alexander Kents fictional yarn of Richard Bolitho, his family, and friends. I was sad to see it end and feel lost as to what to read next...lol
It was a wonderful read that captivated this old Marine for hours. I have read all of the books in the series. I started just before Christmas 2011 and finished last week. Thats how much I enjoyed reading Alexander Kents fictional yarn of Richard Bolitho, his family, and friends. I was sad to see it end and feel lost as to what to read next...lol