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Review: The Ionian Mission (Aubrey & Maturin #8)

User Review  - Sarah Bynum - Goodreads

The only thing disappointing about this book is the fact Killick didn't enter his lyrical "all wasted, not even tasted" into the poetry contest! - Which he would have won it and gone on to publish by ... Read full review

Review: The Ionian Mission (Aubrey & Maturin #8)

User Review  - Oliver Kim - Goodreads

The final third of the book, concerning the eponymous Ionian Mission, is thrilling. The first two thirds are unfortunately quite plodding as Aubrey and Maturin spend a lot of time sitting in blockade ... Read full review

Review: The Ionian Mission (Aubrey & Maturin #8)

User Review  - Graham - Goodreads

Captain Jack Aubrey is a Royal Naval officer in the British Navy in the early 18th century. His close friend and ship's doctor is Stephen Maturin, an Irish Catholic who is also employed be British ... Read full review

Review: The Ionian Mission (Aubrey & Maturin #8)

User Review  - Christopher Taylor - Goodreads

One of my favorite Aubrey/Maturin books again. Here, the tides are starting to change on the pair, particularly for Captain Aubrey. Having ridden a wave of luck for much of his career, things start ... Read full review

Review: The Ionian Mission [With Headphones]

User Review  - Darren - Goodreads

I started reading the Aubrey/Maturin novels better than fifteen years ago, and have read each novel a couple of times over the years. As much as I enjoyed the period environment and the adventure, I ... Read full review

Review: The Ionian Mission (Aubrey & Maturin #8)

User Review  - Wendy - Goodreads

Another delightful, if not slightly boring chapter in the life of Jack and Stephen. But the same wit and puns, the same shameless use of all sorts of nautical terms, and of course a wonderful peek ... Read full review

Review: The Ionian Mission (Aubrey & Maturin #8)

User Review  - Ken-ichi - Goodreads

Seriously, these books are like crack. Some choice terms and quotes (defs mostly from King's invaluable A Sea of Words): Words fearnaught screen: thick felt used to cover hatches during battle ... Read full review


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