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Mr. O'Brian made his scholarship eminently readable; without his novels, I would never have understood the term "Mizzen" or the full meaning of personal integrity in a man... Read morePublished on Sept. 11 2013 by David MaY
As close to eroticism as Patrick O'Brian is going to get. Also, many more dinners with 6 removes. Once more for the Horn.Published on May 24 2013 by Arnold Wiren
The end of a great book always produces a letdown for me so it was a double whammy to realize as I turned the last page of Blue at the Mizzen that it was book-series-match. Read morePublished on Feb. 19 2002 by David Owen
Thanks to the late Patrick O'Brian for wrapping up the series on an up note. I grew as a mariner with each book in this series from a landlubber to...maybe a ships boy. Read morePublished on Feb. 20 2001
Patrick O'brien has left this world. His books and charachters have stayed at the turn of the century long ago and far away. Read morePublished on Oct. 2 2000 by david milne
I've read the whole A/M series at least 3-4 times and just can't get enough of it. Commuting 45 minutes each way to work and back daily, I rent a lot of CD/books from a... Read morePublished on May 31 2000 by rentscds
I have read,and bought all of the series. I was disappointed, when comparing with the others in the series. Read morePublished on April 12 2000 by L B Thomas
I picture O'Brian near the end, facing his mortality, wrestling ghosts from WWII, writing in a lonely room at Trinity College in his adopted Ireland, finishing what surely was a... Read morePublished on March 23 2000 by William Charles Daniel
Another great sea story. Goodby my friends. May you allways have the weather gauge.Published on March 19 2000 by TODD R CASPELL