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  1. says:

    Immensely readable and entertaining context to the first few Sharpe novels I've read most of Sharpe and this certainly made me want to revisit them However that isn't the real value whether you are well versed in the Napoleonic era and reading Sharpe for fun or reading Sharpe for fun and confused about the setting; this book is filled with

  2. says:

    This book works as an useful companion to the first five Sharpe novels but also as a truly excellent and detailed guide to British army and navy Sharpe also participated to the Battle of TrafalgarThis was an excellent book and I enjoyed it a lot

  3. says:

    I love the Sharp stories and have read them all

  4. says:

    Get your magnifying glasses out maps and charts are in very fine print But for those like myself that love maps charts and military facts this book is for you I am going to loan it out but will want its return when I set o

  5. says:

    As a fan of the Sharpe novels I found this book fascinating The historical realities are laid out well and cross referred to Bernard Cornwells' books Apart from being a fine book in its own right this illustrates just how w

  6. says:

    I had higher hopes for this tale of two slaves who escape their owner and join Benjamin Franklin extended household The introduction

  7. says:

    Obviously not novels the Sharpe Companion books are interesting reading for anyone with a passing interest in the napoleonic wars They're probably not going to help you pass any history degree but are great for for a light diversion

  8. says:

    This book helped feed my obsession for all things Sharpe related It is great to further explain the minutia of soldiering as well as interesting facts about everyday life during this time frame Lots of maps and charts and details I just wish the book continued with The Later Years

  9. says:

    I love this series and so when I stumbled upon the historical companion to the books I jumped to read it I enjoyed learning some of the historical truths of the series and the minor trivia related to terms and phrases developed because of life back then

  10. says:

    A fantastic resource for reading Cornwell's Sharpe novels It would have been great if they'd run colored plates for the illustrations

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review ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB × Mark Adkin

Named the direct heir to Patrick O'Brian by The Economist Bernard Cornwell is the undisputed master of historical battle fi ction and for than twenty years his Richard Sharpe series has thrilled millions of readers worldwide on both the page and on televisionNow author Mark Adkin a major in the British army has created this indispensable. I love the Sharp stories and have read them all

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The Sharpe Companion The Early Years

Sary of characters both real and fictionalIllustrations and photographsMaps of every battle and skirmishFull of fascinating historical details thrilling contemporary accounts of actual battles and impeccable research The Sharpe Companion is a must for every student of military history and an essential addition to every Sharpe fan's libra. I love this series and so when I stumbled upon the historical companion to the books I jumped to read it I enjoyed learning some of the historical truths of the series and the minor trivia related to terms and phrases developed because of life back then

review ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB × Mark Adkin

Guide covering Sharpe's early career from his beginnings as an illiterate private fighting on the battlefields of India to his legendary command of the Light CompanyA treasure not only for fans of the series but also for anyone interested innineteenth century warfare The Sharpe Companion includesA chapter devoted to each Sharpe bookGlos. I had higher hopes for this tale of two slaves who escape their owner and join Benjamin Franklin extended household The introduction of super powers or that the afro centrism that is introduced to the characters does not ring true to my reading