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by Dudley Pope

  • Author: Dudley Pope
  • ISBN: 0006174949
  • ISBN13: 978-0006174943
  • ePub: 1977 kb | FB2: 1981 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Publisher: Fontana; New Ed edition (1987)
  • Pages: 224
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 770
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Ramage at Trafalgar: The Lord Ramage Novels Series No. 16 ePub download

Ramage at Trafalgar book. The Ramage series ranks 3rd with me behind Hornblower and Bolitho for age of sail excitement

Ramage at Trafalgar book.

DUDLEY POPE Ramage At Trafalgar ( in Ramage series) For the Glass family with memories of Italy AUTHOR'S NOTE In this novel culminating at Trafalgar, all the facts concerning Nelson and the Battle are true: only the events surrounding Ramage are fiction. For the Glass family with memories of Italy. In this novel culminating at Trafalgar, all the facts concerning Nelson and the Battle are true: only the events surrounding Ramage are fiction. Of all the ships in the Battle only the Victory remains.

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Ramage at Trafalgar (The Lord Ramage Novels) (No. 16) by Dudley Pope . Dudley Pope struck the right chord with this series and with this book.

Dudley Pope is well known both as the creator of the Ramage novels and as a distinguished naval historian. He had the foresight to write books that encompass short time periods which means he could have continued this series to probably twice the number of books and successfully held fans attention for the duration.

Dudley Bernard Egerton Pope (29 December 1925 – 25 April 1997) was a British writer of both nautical fiction and history, most notable for his Lord Ramage series of historical novels. Greatly inspired by . Forester, Pope was one of the most successful authors to explore the genre of nautical fiction, often compared to Patrick O'Brian. Dudley Pope was born in Ashford, Kent. By concealing his age he joined the Home Guard aged 14 and at age 16 joined the merchant navy as a cadet

Ramage at Trafalgar (The Lord Ramage Novels) (No. 16) by Dudley . I ranked Dudley Pope's Ramage series of books as highly comparable to CS Forester's Horatio Hornblower Novels.

Pope's last two novels in the series seemed to have recovered a more active arc, with more battles and "encounters" to keep the reader occupied. although a few characters do move forward in interesting ways. Thanks for a fun set of books Dudley Pope. This is the eighteenth novel in the series. Sadly, this is the last novel he wrote.

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Ramage at Trafalgar: The Lord Ramage Novels Series No. 16 by Dudley Pope

years produced 17 more novels tracing Lord Ramage 039 s career Pope died in 1997 Details ISBN 1590130227 ISBN 13 9781590130223 Title Ramage at Trafalgar Author Dudley Pope Format Paperback Year 2002 Pages 256 . Ramage at Trafalgar: The Lord Ramage Novels Series No. 16 by Dudley Pope.

Malaris
So much is generally known about the battle of Trafalgar and Admiral Nelson's part in it that the story line was not in any way a surprise as far as the battle outcome. That said, Author Pope has managed to add a fictional twist into the battle that gives Capt. Ramage a part in the fray. It was believable and kept Ramage involved despite the actual events. Actual names of most of the real ships was maintained as was Nelson's battle plan.
If nothing else, anyone who knew nothing of this last and most famous sea battle under sail will get a history lesson. A good read. JC Yuill
Contancia
Having finished Dewey Lambdin's Alan Lewrie series (or caught up to Lambdin) I've turned back to Pope's Ramage stories. Big shift from the untraditional Lewrie protagonist to to the more conservative and traditional Ramage but this novel makes it easy. The historical detail of Pope is a great and the nice linear run from London to the cannon smoke of Trafalgar is refreshing in comparison to the more politically dramatic stories Pope's given us in the past. While I'm waiting for Lambdin's next book, these last few from Pope are very welcome and pretty darn good.
DEAD-SHOT
Another classic by Dudley Pope. This is Trafalgar from a different angle and Pope has a real ability to put us into the scene so that we can imagine what it must have been like on that day in 1805 when Nelson had his greatest victory and tragedy.
Marilace
Incredible, Captain Ramage, the frigate Calypso, Admiral Nelson brought to life! The ship of the line, Victory, and Lord Nelson's unorthodox strategy that defeated the Combined French and Spanish fleets preserving Britain from the ravages of Bonaparte's armies, and lost the naval architect of Britain's salvation, Admiral Nelson.
Vozuru
This appears to be an accurate telling of the last fleet engagement of naval history. Ramage, as is his want is in the middle of the action. A great look at life in a wooden ship navy and the of the men's lives who served them. Non-stop action and suspense.
Xtintisha
Loved it
Global Progression
Excellent books! After I finished with the Hornblower series (my all time favorite books), I couldn't get enough of the genre. These are a decent followup to Hornblower--just not quite as well done.
Excellent series on British Naval history. Very well done. Have read all 18 books in the series.
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