Ship of Force

Author(s) Alan Evans
Publisher Endeavour Press
Date 2015
Pages 256
Format pdf
Size 1 Mb







An excellent title from the author of many interesting novels who has presented another engaging reading. Among the main features of each of his book the readers note the good story telling and very careful attention paid to the details. The main hero of this story is a sea captain making his best to put the vessel and all crew on board on the line for his King and his Country.

Note that the style of writing used in this book is not modern but rather classical and will be greatly appreciated by the people having serious interest with the naval history. It is a nice story of a military person who is actually very smart but this is not actually realized by all his superiors. The action is picking up, and the naval fighting scenes are intense and violent, in fact almost non-stop. The author will make the readers experience all the suspense and terror of the sea battles.

The book has been rated as very well written and recommended to any people who like the naval military books. Readers enjoying the naval stores written by the modern authors, such as Phillip McCutchan and Douglas Reeman will for sure love this one because of the rich and believable characters and plot lines. In short, this book is highly recommended to all people enthusiastic about the naval history, and particularly sea battles of the past.

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