Both will find their escape, but not in the circumstances they would have wished. Once more the summons comes for a secret voyage, in pursuit of a heavily armed neutral vessel. Aboard the ship lies a secret that could change the course of the coming war for Britain, and the loss of which could tip the balance irrevocably in favour of Revolutionary France.
From a fog-bound Thames Estuary to the limpid waters of the Norwegian fjords, through the storm-mad Atlantic and finally to Boston, Rennie and Hayter must play a deadly game involving sea battles, mutiny, and breathtaking deception. And, of course, the only stakes in the game are victory or death.
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By I on 22-07-15
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I thoroughly enjoyed this audiobook. Previous books i have listened to spent a lot of time setting the scene. Not the case here the story moves at a pace I liked. With lots of twists and turns. Well narrated. I was disappointed when it ended.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Colly cutton- the captains servant - wonderfully disrespectful
Have you listened to any of Michael Tudor Barnes’s other performances? How does this one compare?
I thought this the best Id listened too.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Definitely, I listen mostly in my vehicle and often sat on the drive listening to reach a point where I thought I could stop.
Any additional comments?
Michaels voice interpretation for Captain Rennie makes me think that this is How Captain Jack Aubrey would have sounded!