|LC Classifications||PR6029.B55 B57 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||261 p. :|
|Number of Pages||261|
Blue at the Mizzen may not be on many short lists for best novel, but it is the culmination of perhaps the most rewarding series yet written. Note: The partial novel The Final Unfinished Voyage of Jack Aubrey(published in the U.S. as 21) which picks up immediately where Blue at the Mizzen leaves off is available and what there is of it is good/5(). Mr. Cronkite interviewed Mr. O'Brian about his career writing historic fiction and about his book [Blue at the Mizzen], about a British frigate commander who in the aftermath of Waterloo launches a. Chapter One. The Surprise, lying well out in the channel with Gibraltar half a mile away on her starboard quarter, lying at a single anchor with her head to the freshening north-west breeze, piped all hans at four bells in the afternoon watch; and at the cheerful sound her tender Ringle, detached once more on a private errand by Lord Keith, cheered with the utmost good will, . Blue at the Mizzen is the type of novel Mr O'Brian's vast readership have come to expect: tragedy ballanced keenly with triumph, exploration of world and soul, the peculiar gains we find in loss, and the losses we face in victory. Blue at the Mizzen is a must read for anyone who has read the epic till this point.5/5(5).
Blue at the Mizzen by Patrick O'Brian, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(K). Free download or read online Blue at the Mizzen pdf (ePUB) (Aubrey & Maturin Series) book. The first edition of the novel was published in , and was written by Patrick O'Brian. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this historical, historical fiction story are Jack Written: If a person picked up Blue at the Mizzen without having ever read (or listened to) any other of the Aubrey-Maturin series they would certainly be entertained but they would be at a disadvantage (or perhaps I should say they would be doing themselves an injustice). This book is the culmination (the last) of twenty books in a chronological series. Book reviews. Blue at the Mizzen Patrick O'Brian Review by J.W. Foster. November Patrick O'Brian's publisher is saying Blue at the Mizzen may be the last in his superb series of historical fiction, and we can only hope that is not so. Still, we have to admit that it could not last forever. After all, O'Brian is well into his eighties, and.
Blue at the Mizzen. I very much enjoyed this book but the pleasure is tinged with a little sadness knowing that it is the last full Aubrey Maturin novel. well read as always and very much makes you think that even after all this time, perhaps especially, a movie sequel with the same cast could be excellent. The Paperback of the Blue at the Mizzen (Aubrey-Maturin Series #20) by Patrick O'Brian at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or /5(10). Blue at the Mizzen - Blue at the Mizzen audiobook, by Patrick O’Brian With his swashbuckling adventures, best-selling novelist Patrick O'Brian transports you to the high seas of old where privateers lurk in the mist, and great ships fight to control the waterways. Blue at the Mizzen hoists the excitement to new heights as British frigate commander Jack Aubrey stakes 4/5. O'Brian announced long ago that he hoped to write 20 volumes in his series centering on the British Navy during the Napoleonic Wars and featuring Jack Aubrey and Stephen Maturin. Along the way, he has built up a huge British following, if a lesser one in the States, although American reviewers find the series splendidly literate. And so here is vol which finds Napoleon .