All The Brave Fellows
Book Summary of All The Brave Fellows
The triumphant finale to the Revolution at Sea series
It is 1777, and captain Isaac Biddlecomb, together with his wife and child, is bound for Philadelphia aboard the brig Charlemagne. His orders are to take command of the newly-built frigate Falmouth and take her out to sea before she is taken by General Richard Howe's invading army. Unknown to Biddlecomb, the entire British fleet stands between him and the new nation's capital. Forced to run his beloved brig aground, Biddlecomb comes face to face with his mortal enemy, Lieutenant John Smeaton.
Meanwhile, General Washington has yielded Philadelphia to Britain's might. As Biddlecomb and his crew battle to reach the prized Falmouth, only shipwright Malachi Foote and a ragtag band of deserters stand between the vessel and the seemingly unstoppable British army.
About the Author
James Nelson has served as a seaman, rigger, boatswain and officer on a number of sailing vessels.He is the author of the five books comprising The Revolution at Sea Saga and The Brethren of the Coast trilogy. He lives with his wife and children in Maine.
His web site can be found at www.jameslnelson.com.
Details of Book: All The Brave Fellows (BSID:17383)
|Book||All The Brave Fellows|
|Number of Pages||496|
|Dimensions||7.01 x 4.33 x 1.38 inches|
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The year is 1777, and Captain Isaac Biddlecomb is aboard his ship, Charlemagne, enroute Philadelphia, where is to take command of a newly built frigate, the Falmouth. This novel is the story of how Biddlecomb endeavors to reach his new command.There are a number of characters from previous novels...
This is a fascinating story that blends fact and fiction seamlessly, the fifth in the Revolution at Sea Saga. This saga follows the main character Captain Isaac Biddlecomb as he tries to get to his new ship near Philadelphia, the capital city of the US at the time, after the British have taken co...
The entire Revolution at Sea series is excellent. Perhaps not quite to the level of Patrick O'Brian's Aubrey Maturin series, but no historical novels (naval or otherwise) match them for me. I highly recommend the series.
Swashbuckling sea yarn, great fun.
Great historical fiction about navy warfare during the Revolutionary War.
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