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The young Hornblower

By: Forester, C. S.

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0140119396 / 9780140119398
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Sea stories
20 cm 633 p.
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Reprint. Originally published: London: Michael Joseph, 1964. Contents: Mr. Midshipman Hornblower. Originally published: London: Michael Joseph, 1950 - Lieutenant Hornblower. Originally published: London: Michael Joseph, 1952 - Hornblower and the Hotspur. Originally published: London: Michael Joseph

Introducing the most gallant and redoubtable figure in naval history - Horatio Hornblower.

The seventeen year old Hornblower became infamous as soon as he stepped on board ship as the midshipman who was seasick in the Spithead, but things were soon to change.

Amid battle, action and adventure he proves himself time and time again - courageous in danger, resourceful in moments of difficulty and decisive in times of trouble.

The reader stands right beside him as he prepares to fight his first duel, feels that heat as he battles to control a blazing ship and shares his horror as he experiences for the first time, the panic of the plague.

The young Hornblower - A truly formidable force in his majesty's service.


FA Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), FV Historical fiction

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