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Sharpe's Regiment [EPUB] ✸ Sharpe's Regiment By Bernard Cornwell – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Sharpe's Regiment | Sharpe | Fandom Sharpe's Regiment Richard Sharpe and the Invasion of France June to November Author Bernard Cornwell Publisher HarperCollins Published January ISBN X first edition Sharpe's Regiment | Sharpe | Fandom Sharpe's Regiment Richard Sharpe and the Invasion of France June to November Author Bernard Cornwell Publisher HarperCollins Published January ISBN X first edition hardback Preceded by Sharpe's Honour Followed by Sharpe's Christmas The South Essex Regiment is in need of recruits so Nairn grants Sharpe permission to return to England to find if the regiment's Sharpe's Regiment • frfilm cinecom Sharpe's Regiment est un film de Tom Clegg sorti en avec Sean Bean Daragh O'Malley Abigail Cruttenden Michael Cochrane Dit ue son bataillon devait tre divis en raison du manue de recrues la maison Sharpe et Harper retournent en Angleterre pour enuter Ce ui aurait d tre une 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10 thoughts on “Sharpe's Regiment

  1. Rob Rob says:

    Book 17 in the Richard Sharpe seriesAnother great addition to this highly entertaining seriesThe premise for these books is a history of the Peninsular Wars all wrapped up in an exciting narrative concerning the rise and rise of a gutter urchin ‘Richard Sharpe’Major Richard Sharpe and his Sergeant Patrick Harper have returned to England in search of his missing but promised battalion What he finds is nothing than a military slave trade Men are enlisted with the promise wealth and excitement and then marched off to a secret location to be trained The government paid these men a pittance but they never see a penny of it as it all goes into the pockets of the already rich and powerful Once trained they are they sold to the highest bidding regiment all proceeds again going into the pockets of the powerful This it seems was a normal part of raising and army in BritainSharpe finds his missing men but the problem is that they are about to be sold but not to his regimentSharpe’s need for these men is paramount so he hatches a plan to recover his lost regimentWhat follows is a dangerously thrilling adventure where Shapre and his small band of followers take on the unscrupulous but powerful Minister of DefenceWith all this going on he still finds time to fall in love with most beautiful woman in England As you doA bit light on historical battles but big on tense thrilling actionComes with my 4 star recommendation


  2. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    This is not exactly a prototypical Sharpe novel in that there is no pitched battle to be had against Napoleon's forces Instead Major Richard Sharpe is back on English soil and his enemy is the British army itself The wheres and the whos matter little in a Bernard Cornwell book because you're going to get pretty much the same thing every time and if you likelove it once you'll likelove it again and again Cornwell knows his winning formula inside and out He excels at action seuences He knows how to pile the pain on his main character He can draw up a super bad baddy with the best of them And he can construct an improbable victory against impossilbe odds scenario like nobody's business You're in good hands with Bernard Cornwell provided these are the hands you want to place yourself inWhy wouldn't you? Well once you've read one Sharpe book you've read them all Yes the scenery changes occasionally Sharpes allies and enemies vary somewhat now and then and the path Sharpe has to take to win the day isn't always exactly the same However Cornwell's formula is uite transparent to even the most careless reader Sharpe will always be wronged by someone often someone within his own army and most usually a higher up officer He'll have to prove himself time and again If there's an alluring woman to be had Sharpe will have her and there are always alluring women to be had Sharpe is a tall dark ruggedly handsome soldier so regardless of the woman's background each and every one of them goes suishy on him Geez listen to me whine whine whine By now you're probably looking around thinking you meant to read a book review and accidentally stepped into a vineyard Look the bottom line is Bernard Cornwell's got a good thing going and he's riding it for all its worth Either you like it or don't If you do check your critical eye at the door and hope on board for an enjoyable trip back to war torn early 1800s Europe There you will find a lovable right bastard to root for He'll do some dirty deeds for dirt cheap and in some way shape or form he'll get his due in a satisfying end


  3. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    I liked the drama of this It was fun and full of pompous arses and a little bit foolish It worked in the end and Sharpe got away with it After following Sharpe through Spain it's odd to find him here in England amongst 'normal' people I have enjoyed the friendship between Sharpe and Harper and how much they depend on one another No matter which women Sharpe throws himself at Harper is there to pick up the pieces and his slight despair at seeing Sharpe fall for another woman is humorous


  4. Graham Graham says:

    I've been reading the Sharpe series for around seven years now starting at the very beginning and I'm finally getting towards the end only four books to go after this one Not that I'm planning to rush the final few in fact I'll draw them out and savour them as I have always doneSHARPE'S REGIMENT offers something a bit different to the usual Peninsular action This one's of a conspiracy book a la SHARPE'S PREY or GALLOWS THIEF with Sharpe returning to England to investigate a whole battalion of missing soldiersWhat follows is typically enthralling and much enlivened by the prospect of Sharpe and Harper turning back the clock and finding themselves where it all began years before I won't spoil it but I had a ball with the action in Essex which even includes a little MOST DANGEROUS GAME type scenarioI found the ending to be very slightly disappointing but that's to do with the nature of the story it couldn't have been written any other way Harper gets a lot of characterisation this time around while we see Sharpe become obsessed with passion The very beginning and very end are involved with Wellington's Invasion of France and while they're unnecessary to the plot as a whole they add a little tradition for the fans SHARPE'S SIEGE is the nextI read and finished this book in on and off instalments in around 30 hours


  5. Lee (the Book Butcher) Lee (the Book Butcher) says:

    A Sharpe book using of a plot then the formula shocking the plot goes that as the South Essex regiment numbers are dwindled by war they will need replacement from England or this illustrious regiment will be disbanded and scattered to other divisions a fate usually reserved for losingbad regiments it's seen as a failure and Sharpe can't stand the idea of his regiment that captured a eagle at Talavera stormed the breach at Badajoz and was victorious at Vitoria to be a disbanded failure Never fear the South Essex has been recruiting in England since Sharpe took the eagle and the have another battalion that should be arriving any week now but after they never do Shape decides to go back to England and find out where they are and bring them back for the upcoming invasion of France that of course Sharpe wants to be a part of It's rare that book in the Sharpe series have such compelling well written plot So i won't spoil it for you but i will tease you Sharpe runs a fowl of a corrupt Lord politician who tries to kill him Is played with by a lady aristocrat Harper and Sharpe have to be recruited back into the south Essex as privates to find the lost 2nd battalion Only to Find Lord Henry Simmerson who should have nothing to do with his old Battalion in charge and a bunch of ineptly vengeful officers he also meets a Crown princes and his future second wife Jane Gibbons There is a pretty exciting battle at the end with Major Sharpe in total command where the South Essex unifies as the Duke of York own volunteers and if you want to know how that name came about you'll have to read this Sharpe book with a wonderfully executed plot


  6. Robert Robert says:

    Bookended with scenes on the continent but the bulk of the story is a change of pace for the series with its focus on domestic political intrigue in England Both informative and entertaining it establishes new characters who hopefully will continue in the series and seamlessly re introduces old ones as well


  7. Sue Sue says:

    I took a break from thIs series and when I went back to this one I realized how much I love Richard Sharpe Not the battle action heavy book of past ones but thick with intrigue and history I enjoyed


  8. Nancy Nancy says:

    Typical Sharpe Entertaining fun new setting the outcome not in doubt The prose can be over the top; Cornwell's a little too in love with his hero


  9. Brent Ecenbarger Brent Ecenbarger says:

    Sharpe’s Regiment could be subtitled Sharpe versus the London Bureaucracy Most Sharpe books follow a familiar formula where Sharpe must overcome a plot by the French or French supporters that will involve a battle or two Along the way Sharpe will best a superior officer who underestimates him because he’s not a gentlemen and have sex with a woman that all the other officers lust after and would otherwise seem out of Sharpe’s social strata Up until this point the most that formula has diverged has been in Sharpe’s Trafalgar where the action took place via a naval battle and Sharpe’s Prey which featured Sharpe operating as an intelligence officer in Denmark In Sharpe’s Regiment there are echoes of the familiar tropes but for most of the book it is a very nice departure from the standard Sharpe setting that still feels true to the characters After Wellington’s successful campaign in Spain the French forces have been driven out of the country and it appears there will be some downtime in the action With no need for Richard Sharpe’s expertise on the battlefield Sharpe is dispatched back to England to find the missing reinforcements owed to the South Essex From my memory this is only the third return to his homeland through 17 books in the series once to get married another trip was to his old boy’s home that he grew up in but those were both minor scenes in their respective stories Aside from a prologue and epilogue the rest of the story is spent in England in a very different setting than the usual battlefield Sharpe gets to have dinner with a prince be honored at a theater and receive countless other accolades as a hero returning to his native land The tension in the book comes from the uestion of where the South Essex reinforcements are located? According to some in the military they are merely a “paper army” existing only as a theoretical allotment in bookkeeping Sharpe doesn’t buy it and to investigate he Harper and one other officer go and enlist under fake names and see where the trail leads The cast of characters in this book is mostly new faces with several inexperienced recruits falling into fun archetypes the educated one the one with the dog the complainer etc and evil officers in the British ranks Some of the best moments in the book come from the uniue position of Sharpe and Harper needing to be deserters or needing to shoot back in a situation where they don’t want to kill British soldiers It’s easy to predict the comeuppance that will occur once their true identities are revealed but it doesn’t diminish the fun of seeing Sharpe and Harper gloat over those that wronged them Less successful are Sharpe’s romantic exploits which include a woman seemingly created solely to facilitate the drama and the return of one of Sharpe’s dream girls Jane who was not particularly memorable in her first appearance Cornwell struggles to make her interesting even writing how Sharpe senses the repartee that will be forthcoming between Jane and Harper while not delivering any actual memorable moments Also it feels as though Cornwell felt obligated to deliver one large battle which seemed out of place with the rest of story Overall though this was not only the most uniue book in the series thus far but a fun adventure that felt true to the characters


  10. David David says:

    Now entry number 17 in Bernard Cornwell's long running Sharpe series this was originally the 7th book in that series when it was first released in the mid 1980sAt that point it was also the first time that Sharpe had left the Peninsular with the bulk of this novel actually taking place back home in England an England that Sharpe and Harper have travelled back to in order to find their missing reinforcements While there have since being other books that have portions of their settings back in England I'm thinking largely of 'Sharpe's Prey' this I believe is still uniue in that respectBeing a Sharpe novel it of course transpires that those men are being illegally sold to other regiments with Sharpe and Harper having to go effectively undercover and re enlist to find out just what is going onIf I was to find a complaint with the novel it would be in the character of the Dowager Countess Anne Camoynes a character who seems for me to be a particularly egregious example of Cornwell throwing in a character for Sharpe to umm shall we say get rather cosy with for little to no reason her purpose in the plot could easily have been fulfilled by others


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