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ISBN: 0736647600 / ISBN-13: 9780736647601

Blue at the Mizzen

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THE MUCH ANTICIPATED, NEW AUBREY/MATURIN NOVEL. 'You are in for the treat of your lives. Thank God for Patrick O'Brian: his genius illuminates the ... Show synopsis

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  • Blue at the Mizzen (Books on Tape) – Audiobook CD (2000)
    by Patrick O'Brian, David Case (Read by)

    Blue at the Mizzen
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    Audiobook CD, Books on Tape
    2000
    English

    ISBN: 0736647600
    ISBN-13: 9780736647601

    Patrick O'Brian's 20-volume epic of naval tales -- echoing the work of such master writers as Joseph Conrad, Herman Melville, and Jane Austen -- brings to life the exploits of the British navy during the Napoleonic Wars. From the excitement of the chases, storms, and battles to the authenticity of language, humor, and the wealth of detail -- down to the last button and turn of phrase -- old and new readers will share the exciting adventure of O'Brian's early-nineteenth-century world. Captain Aubrey stakes all on a desperate ... Show more

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Reviews of Blue at the Mizzen

Overall customer rating: 5.000
David A R

Marvelous, as usual

by David A R on Sep 1, 2011

Patrick O'Briens nearly lifetime dedication to depicting the Royal Navy of Napoleonic times kept getting better and better with each novel. This book was the last of this line and it provided the reader with excitement and adventure in full measure as well providing his characters Aubrey and Maturin ... More

1steve12

Aubrey Unmanned

by 1steve12 on Jul 5, 2009

If the series had to end, and it did, then there was no finer, more satisfying way, than with Blue at the Mizzen. Jack and Stephen accomplish their missions with extraordinary precision. The pair is now mature, and little effort is wasted in accomplishing their goals, or bringing the reader to a ... More

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