The Four Feathers
Accused by three of his friends and his fiancee of cowardice after resigning his military commission on the eve of the British invasion of the Sudan, Harry Feversham attempts to prove his valor in the Sudan during the revolt of the 1880s.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - FutureMrsJoshGroban - LibraryThing
Ethne Eustace...definitely one of the most psycho-evil-victorian-broads I have read of in a long while. I mean...SOMEONE SEND THE WITCH TO AFRICA AND LET HER DIE A COUPLE OF HUNDRED DIFFERENT WAYS ALREADY. Phew. Glad this one's over and done with. Read full review
Review: The Four FeathersUser Review - Goodreads
The end makes the whole story so satisfying. A few truths are portrayed well too. I loved the blend of adventure, romance, and poignant expression of the inward turmoil of the heroes (and heroine). And yes...This was so much better than the movie (Heath Ledger version at least)! Read full review