Flying Colours

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Hornblower is captured by the French and faces execution in a Paris prison in this "most satisfying" chapter (Times Literary Supplement) in C. S. Forester's beloved naval adventure series. Forced to surrender his ship, the Sutherland, after a long and bloody battle, Captain Horatio Hornblower now bides his time as a prisoner in a French fortress. Within days he and his first lieutenant, Bush, who was crippled in the last fight, are to be taken to Paris to be tried on trumped-up charges of violating the laws of war, and ...

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Bookaholic

Aug 2, 2007

A lot of ACTION!

Flying Colours is a book of action, like all of C.S. Forester's books. They are just like popcorn, once you start you just can't stop.

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