Nathan Peake Trilogy 2: The Tide of War - Seth Hunter Reviews
Description:ISBN 755357612 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Seth Hunter / Paperback / 448 Pages / Book is published 2010-02-04 by Headline Review
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by - written on 09/02/12 (Very useful, 71 readings)
The tide of war is the second book in the Nathan Peake trilogy set in the later period of the 18th century just after the French revolution and before the emergence of Napoleon. Nathan Peake is a captain of his majesties Royal Navy and has just returned from observing the terrible events of the French revolution and the time of terror. He is young (early 30's) and comes back from France a troubled and scarred man, he has lost his love of his life and doesn't have a command of his own. The tide of war is the first book I've read by Seth Hunter and as a general rule I've enjoyed nautical tales such as the Hornblower and the Patrick O'Brien novels but I wouldn't call ... Read the complete review
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