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Sharpe's Triumph - Bernard Cornwell
Sharpe's Triumph
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"I saw you fight at Seringapatam and I doubt Dodd can stand up to you." "He won't, sir, he won't," Sharpe said grimly. "And I'll keep you alive." "If God wills it." Sharpe smiled. "Don't they say God helps those who help themselves, sir? We'll do the job, sir." Richard Sharpe—soldier, hero,... show more
"I saw you fight at Seringapatam and I doubt Dodd can stand up to you." "He won't, sir, he won't," Sharpe said grimly. "And I'll keep you alive." "If God wills it." Sharpe smiled. "Don't they say God helps those who help themselves, sir? We'll do the job, sir." Richard Sharpe—soldier, hero, rogue—the man you always want on your side. Born in poverty, he joined the army to escape jail and climbed the ranks by sheer brutal courage. He knows no other family than the regiment of the 95th Rifles, whose green jacket he proudly wears.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780060951979 (0060951974)
ASIN: 60951974
Publisher: HarperCollins
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Sharpe Books 8 (#2)
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Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it
3.5 Sharpe's Triumph (Sharpe, #2) by Bernard Cornwell
1/2 - That rating is really 3.5 as I didn't enjoy the battle nearly as much as the one in Sharpe's Tiger. In fact I found it quite tedious and ended up skipping a number of pages that concerned the placements of Wellesley's troops (not highly exciting, as I couldn't imagine any of it in my mind). ...
AmySea
AmySea rated it
Oh, thank heaven I'm done with this book! This thing just dragged on, and I was terribly diappointed in it because I enjoyed Sharpe's Tiger so much! I really felt like everything in this book was so uneven. First of all, the plot was meandering, as though the author was unsure of where he wanted ...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it
3.0
Chronologically this is the 2nd Sharpe and centres around the Battle of Assaye 23 September 1803Unabridged, and read by William Gaminara.
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