John Pearce's recent promotion means that he is finally free to follow his own wishes. But the same can't be said for his trio of closest friends. While Pearce is indulging himself in London, they are shipped off to the Mediterranean. Riddled with guilt over leaving them, Pearce vows to liberate them from the brutal tyrant they are serving under. His application to William Pitt finds him sailing off with secret dispatches for Admiral Lord Hood. But when Captain Ralph Barclay puts the lives of his crew at risk in his vain search for glory, Pearce is obliged to embark on a dangerous mission before he can free his friends.More
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An Incredibly catching story
Yes, The Narration is brilliant, he is very good with accents and its easy to distinguish between characters and their personalities.
Ralph Barlclay, A great bad guy, with a very deep story and yet I can't help but feel for him at the same time, as he just seems to dig himself deeper and deeper into this hole.
The last scene
Very descriptive, some readers tend to find it makes the story a bit slow, I find it adds depth and gets you to really 'know' each individual character.