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  • Paperback
  • 240
  • Hussein An Entertainment
  • Patrick O'Brian
  • English
  • 23 October 2018
  • 9780393321814

Patrick O'Brian í 9 review

free read á E-book, or Kindle E-pub í Patrick O'Brian Patrick O'Brian í 9 review Hussein An Entertainment summary Ü 109 Ood and life in India and his relationship and adventures with elephants As a boy Hussein falls in love with a beautiful and elusive girl Sashiya and arranges for another of her suitors to be murdered with a fakir's curse The dead man's relatives vow vengeance Hussein escapes and his advent What an adventure The first half is almost a collection of short stories with the same main character but the second half is linked and moves uickly The stories are great fun

free read á E-book, or Kindle E-pub í Patrick O'BrianHussein An Entertainment

free read á E-book, or Kindle E-pub í Patrick O'Brian Patrick O'Brian í 9 review Hussein An Entertainment summary Ü 109 Ures begin snake charming sword fighting spying stealing a fortune and returning triumphantly to claim his bride All of this is set against an evocatively exotic India full of bazaars temples and beautiful women despite the fact that O'Brian had never been to the East when he wrote the stor This book wasn t bad but it just didn t have the same appeal as OBrian s other books It was his first novel and was written nearly 80 years ago This was before independence when IndiaPakistan were still part of the British Empire Further in the introduction OBrian says that when this was written he had never been to India The result doesn t exactly feel dated but it does feel like an old somewhat simplistic view of the world

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free read á E-book, or Kindle E-pub í Patrick O'Brian Patrick O'Brian í 9 review Hussein An Entertainment summary Ü 109 Of this early work published when he was in his early twenties Patrick O'Brian writes in a foreword In the writing of the book I learnt the rudiments of my calling but than that it opened a well of joy that has not yet run dry The story is about a young mahout or elephant handler his childh Sort of convoluted and the hero might have been sympathetic if he didn t keep accidentally killing people Well when you re beating the crap out of them and they die it s not entirely an accident The elephant was pretty cool