Sharpe's Rifles - Bernard Cornwell Reviews
Description:ISBN 0140294295 / Author: Bernard Cornwell / Genre: Fiction / The first book of Bernard Cornwell's Richard Sharpe saga.
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by - written on 16/07/01, updated on 16/07/01
Sharpes Rifles and indeed every single one of the Sharpe series of novels by Bernard Cornwell are well worth reading. If you like your books to be entertaining, then you have to read this series. Sharpes rifles follows the journey of Lieutenant Richard Sharpe, a officer raised from thew ranks, as he trys to lead a small force of men to safety across French occupied Spain. The men he's trying to return think less of his abilities, and mutiny looks on the cards until a Spanish military unit helps to prove Sharpes worth, and the mens loyalty. Once you start reading this book you will find it almost impossible to put down, and when you have finished ... Read the complete review
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