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The product is not bad, but the fact that it is an ex-library copy was not part of the description.Published 18 months ago by Larry Hobson
Reading Napoleonic books can become a bit dull without some imagery to add to the mixture. This and the other books (along with the good if low-budget TV series) really bring... Read morePublished on April 28 2003 by D. A Butler
One of the best novels in the Sharpe series. Unlike later novels, in which Richard Sharpe seems infallible and invincinble,
Sharpe's Rifles portrays the hero as insecure and... Read more
Another fine book. Writer's like Cornwell, of which there are few, never cease to amaze. Prolific yet always profound. Dramatic yet believable. Read morePublished on Nov. 11 2002
This is an excellent action book. Sharpe is a strong character, and the historical context of the story is very interesting. Cornwell's battle scenes are very well done. Read morePublished on April 28 2002 by Kiwibelge
Firstly this is an exellent book like all of the others in the sharpe series.It is hard to believe ,at the start ,that the Chosen men will one day respect and like... Read morePublished on April 11 2002 by "adamconlin81"