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Mr Midshipman Fury

The year is 1792 the start of the French Revolutionary WarsA shadow hangs over John Thomas Fury in this his first voyage as a midshipman aboard the 32 gun frigate Fury is already seen as a pariah by his fellow sailors Ten years earlier his father a brig commander in the Service became mentally unbalanced and violent and his ships crew mutinied and went over to the French Now as heads southwards on her voyage. not the best of this genre but certainly not the worst I am now reading Lieutenant Fury and so far so good enjoyable read but too much detail with mechanics of setting sail etc good to know that the author knows his stuff when it comes to sailing suare rigged ships of the time

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Soon afterwards is in a fight for her life against a much stronger foe resulting in many of her officers killed Fury finds himself in his first ever combat in charge of the gun deck In such crucibles of fire are the officers in His Majesty's Service forged Showing exceptional courage and coolness the shadows of the past are forever banished and Fury's naval career begins in glory as he becomes a leader of men. I couldn t put this book down damned awesome

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To India Fury is involved in a dreadful shipboard accident and he finds himself working doubly hard to prove that he isn't cursed just like his fatherRedemption arrives when reaches Bombay only to discover that ships of the East India Company have disappeared including the Company's warships somewhere in the Indian Ocean a very powerful privateer is at work and the Governor despatches to find and destroy her. Fury has joined the navy under his uncle s care Put on the ships books at the age of 13 he doesn t actually join his boat until the age of 17 With his fathers unfortunate naval history to live down he must earn the sailors respect A battle two prize ships and a storm finds Fury shipwrecked and with an outrageous plan to capture another ship Fury sets out to get to their destinationThe story seemed a bit rushed flying from one problem to another with barely a breath inbetween and Fury is a very competent young man with alot of self doubt but I have hopes for him as he grows up


7 thoughts on “Mr Midshipman Fury

  1. says:

    Being only a young 17 year old kiddo on warship can be a challenge Especially when you have to convince the whole crew that you have place at the ship when your father a former commander turned crazy tortured the crew and had the crew commit mutiny with him ending up being hanged Mr Midshipman Fury seems to be a book about how to deal with the challenge of convincing a supicious crew to trust your commanding skills essentially m

  2. says:

    not the best of this genre but certainly not the worst I am now reading Lieutenant Fury and so far so good enjoyable read but too much detail with mechanics of setting sail etc good to know that the author knows his stuff when it comes to sailing suare rigged ships of the time

  3. says:

    Fury has joined the navy under his uncle's care Put on the ships books at the age of 13 he doesn't actually join his boat until the age of 17 With his fathers unfortunate naval history to live down he must earn the sailors respect A battle two prize ships and a storm finds Fury shipwrecked and with an outrageous plan to capture a

  4. says:

    A ripping yarn which doesn't live up to the obvious comparison with CS Forester's Hornblower series It seems to be aimed at the young reader market or at least those of a maritime bent able to understand the nautical terminology which this book is full of Unfortunately the prose is at times clumsy and the writing or editin

  5. says:

    Run of the mill Napoleonic war naval novels The book might merit a higher rating save for the many excellent series which already cover this era with panache sophisticated English and well rounded characters

  6. says:

    I couldn't put this book down damned awesome

  7. says:

    Bought it because it was bargain basementExcellent entertainment some of the technical sailing terms are a little over the top for a non sailor but shows a level of authenticity Good read

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