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Sharpe's Tiger is chronologically the first of about 20 Richard Sharpe books. About seven years ago, I read Sharpe’s Rifles and subsequently devoured..Show More »
This was a very odd recording for the novel. It seemed to me that narrators were switched in the middle of story off and on. I love listening to Fre..Show More »
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I loved this book. Patrick Tull (who narrates many of the famous Patrick O'Brian Aubrey-Maturin series).
WARNING - As others have stated..Show More »
I was unaware that England attacked Denmark during the Napoleonic wars. I found this story most fascinating. The description of life in Denmark at t..Show More »
I had never read (or listened to) a novel by Cornwell before purchasing and hearing this one. I was instantly hooked and I'm planning to purchase and..Show More »
I am a huge Sharpe fan and have read or listened to all the books at least twice. I do notice that when Mr. Cornwell goes back to insert a battle into..Show More »
One of the wonderful features of the Sharp's novel is that any one is a stand alone. Cornwell writes the best historical fiction around. Not only does..Show More »
Great fun, lots of adventure, some history. I liked all of Bernard Cornwell Sharpe's books so much that I was deeply depressed when I finished the la..Show More »
Before James Bond, there was Richard Sharpe. Fighting the King's enemies. Dashing about getting himself into trouble, then pulling out the miraculous ..Show More »
I am very pleased that Patrick Tull is starting to narrate the Sharpe series. I'm almost through Patrick O'brian's Aubrey/Maturin series, also narrat..Show More »
Only have time for audio, it is great book very good read
I have listened to the previous 10 books and this is the worst one yet.
Worst reader of the 3 I have listened to.
First part is nothing bu..Show More »
Fredrick Davidson must really enjoy the Sharpe novels. I have listened to him on several different titles and he is always solid but many times he co..Show More »
I have enjoyed this series and can not wait to start the next book. I usually alternate the Sharpe series with Patrick O'Brian's Capt Aubrey series. ..Show More »
Another great story from Bernard Cornwell. Cornwell is the master of battle scenes and he brings the battle field to life in this book. I believe th..Show More »
Wonderful story [but make sure you read this series in order] with lots of good characters, action and plot. The reader [F. Davidson] is perfect for t..Show More »
Ths sixth book in the series (not counting the prequil) has all the blood and guts, but adds a little more intrigue to the Sharpe equation. While Shar..Show More »
I have listened to all the available Sharpe's series. It is far and away the best spoken series and this one is no exception. I always found myself ..Show More »
Richard Sharpe is to command a company of "Rifles" (not his own company) behind enemy lines and capture a small unguarded French fort. As the British..Show More »
I really enjoy this series and reader. The action is engrossing and the history is not too intrusive.
Masterfully written and beautifully read. You don't have to be a history buff to enjoy this book. But you may become one after reading it.