Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, 19th Century
Series: Sharpe (#3)
Series: Sharpe #3 This installment describes the taking of the so far unbeaten fortress of Gawilghur by Wellington’s army. Sharpe is a newly made ensign in a new company and having a hard time of it because he doesn’t feel like he fits in anywhere. The description of how the fortress was defeated ...
A Masterfully Executed 5 Stars Random Ramblings After being disappointed by the previous book in the series, Sharpe's Fortress does not leave you wanting. While it's predecessor fails to provide sufficient detail of a famous battle, this novels lets you live the pain, drama and excitement of wh...
Another enjoyable book from Bernard Cornwell. I like how Sharpe finally gets some vindication in this book, and I can say that without giving anything away. The book was rather short, and at some point I would like a bit more character building with Sharpe and his personal thoughts, but that is a ...
workaday mp3Third in the Indian sequence. I do like the way that Cornwell acknowledges that fictional heroes claim other people's thunder.
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