Success to the Brave

Success to the Brave Spring and the Peace Treaty of Amiens signed only a few weeks earlier is already showing signs of collapse Britain and France wrangle over the return of colonial possessions won and lost durin

  • Title: Success to the Brave
  • Author: Alexander Kent
  • ISBN: 9780935526714
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spring 1802, and the Peace Treaty of Amiens, signed only a few weeks earlier, is already showing signs of collapse Britain and France wrangle over the return of colonial possessions won and lost during their long, bloody war and in the little 64 gun Achates, Vice Admiral Richard Bolitho sails for America and the Caribbean.

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      A pseudonym used by Douglas Reeman.Series Richard Bolitho Adam Bolitho

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    1. Vice-Admiral Richard Bolitho! As Allday, Bolitho’s coxswain, says with regard to another recognition in the book, “Finally!” In the series of Napoleonic Era naval adventures featuring Richard Bolitho, Alexander Kent has positioned him as a lesser-known rival to Admiral Nelson. (In fact, having visited HMS Victory on a trip to England, I often picture the scenes in the Admiral’s cabin as being similar to what I saw in Victory.) Yet, Kent allows Bolitho to have something of the charisma an [...]

    2. Sometimes foreknowledge is a bad thing. I know some of the events coming down the pike at Dick Bolitho, and at times I was worried this was going to be a book full of cruelty to the protagonist. Thankfully, while there were hard times, so of what I know and feared is still off in the future.We don't have much longer with Admiral Sir Richard Bolitho, as the series will soon transition over following his nephew's career instead. For now though, it was good to catch up with an old friend. While it [...]

    3. "Success to the Brave" Alexander Kent A swashbuckling adventure of the British navy late 1700 early 1800 like CS Forresters Horatio Hornblower series or Patric O Brian's Capt Abury. good read gave it 4 Stars

    4. This book shows once again that Alexander Kent has joined C.S. Forrester and Patrick J. O'Brien in the pantheon of great authors writing of the British Navy fighting at sea during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. As is the case of many of the Richard Bolitho novels, the book is more than just a story of naval battles at seas - although there are some terrible ones in this book; and it is more than just fighting the enemy - although there is plenty of fighting. The book is also about honor [...]

    5. #15 in the Richard Bolitho 17th-18th century British naval series. This novel covers 1802-1803 during which Bolitho is assigned a diplomatic mission which takes him to Boston and then the Caribbean. It is during a short lived period of peace between the French and British and war resumes by the time the mission ends. Contains more stirring naval action in which Bolitho continues to distinish himself.

    6. Interesting comparison between Bolitho as diplomat in the politics of empire compared to fighting officer. Having Adam as his flag-lieutenant is probably a bit far fetched.There's also a reference about 2/3 way through the book to a named gun captain who I have definitely met before - possibly in the Bolitho series, but as it wasn't picked up in the story more likely in the Stocking books.

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