Sharpe's Prey

Richard Sharpe and the Expedition to Copenhagen, 1807
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (12.15 hours)
Product Number: Z14005
Released: Mar 16, 2018
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781501988264
Narrator/s: Patrick Tull
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Description

Critically acclaimed, best-selling novelist Bernard Cornwell takes listeners back to 1807 for an exciting tale of the Napoleonic Wars. Cornwell's beloved hero, Richard Sharpe, is sent from England to Denmark on a secret mission. But as England and France fight over the powerful Danish fleet, Sharpe finds himself trapped in the war-torn city of Copenhagen.

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Sharpe's Prey
Product Number: BX00068977
Product Number:C4153
Product Number:Z14005

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All formats/editions

CD
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Author(s): Bernard Cornwell
Narrator(s): Patrick Tull
Series:
Product Number C4153
Released: May 07, 2007
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781428151796
eBook
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Author(s): Bernard Cornwell
Series:
Product Number EB00235703
Released: Mar 18, 2014
Business Term: 26 Circ
ISBN: #9780061797620

Professional reviews

"Lieutenant Richard Sharpe accompanies the British fleet to Denmark in 1807, ostensibly to defend that country's navy from a Napoleonic takeover. When his commanding officer betrays him and the Crown, however, the Battle of Copenhagen nearly destroys that city. Patrick Tull's gritty cynicism brings life to Sharpe and his compatriots, both heroic and less so. Tull's barely perceptible softening of his voice clearly conveys the sweetness of Sharpe's love interest, while a slight sharpening of tone renders a female French spy equally believable. While Cornwell's text lacks some of its usual tempo in spots, Tull more than compensates in his performance, working with the author to bring history to life. R.P.L. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"

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