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Jack Absolute

Jack Absolute

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by C.C. Humphreys

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"An absolute delight! ...one of the most appealing military gentlemen ever to wear a sword." — Diana Gabaldon, Author of Outlander

The year is 1777. As the American Revolutionary War rages across the sea, London is swept off its feet by Jack Absolute, the dashing rogue in Richard Sheridan's

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Jack Absolute 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Smuricat More than 1 year ago
B&N’s editor’s statement “Introducing the unforgettable Jack Absolute” is incorrect. This is actually the third book in the “Jack Absolute” Series (Absolute Honor is the 1st and The Blooding of Jack Absolute is the 2nd). This story is an excellent historical adventure set in the American Revolution. The Characters in the book were very good as were the detail given on their views on the war and their society in general. The point of view of the story is that of a British/Canadian army officer during the Saratoga campaign. The story gives a very good portrayal of the British advance down from Canada into New York in 1777. Most Historical adventures I have read from this period are usually that of an American Patriot’s or a British soldier/sailor’s point of view. This story has a distinctly Canadian feel to it. Although still a crown subject, Jack no longer truly considers himself a member of “British Society” as illustrated by what happens to him in London in the beginning of the book. The book had more than its share of “deus ex machine” to get Jack out of trouble, which is ok in a swashbuckler as long as it isn’t over used. Unfortunately it is by the final scene of the book. The final scene felt especially forced, and unsatisfying. I especially disliked the death of one of the main characters in the final scene that were so interesting throughout the book.
vito More than 1 year ago
A reasonably good historical adventure ruined by one too many uses of deus ex machina to save the hero, and an ending that is no ending at all. If the author can learn not to plot himself into a corner the characters and action have real promise.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was not a book I particularly wanted to read, but after reading the first few pages, I couldn't put it down. Truly one of the most remarkable books I have read...romance, espionage, adventure, all wrapped up in a well written story. I don't think I could have enjoyed it more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read his A Place Called Armageddon and loved it. So I decided to check out some of his other books. I am so glad I did. Jack Absolute is a wonderful rollicking adventure that starts in London and ends outside of Philadelphia. In between there is enough action, mystery and romance to satisfy any reader. ENJOY!
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Drahthaar More than 1 year ago
entertaining but felt ending could have been better.
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LaLaNorthwest More than 1 year ago
What fun this was! A romantic, dashing hero; lots of accurate and interesting historical detail; sword fights, gun fights, battles, taverns;
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am brown with black hair and i wear a black jacket with orange shorts. All the time. I am not a meat head but im strong. I also carry an orange tinted sword with me. All the time. I can have a very good attitude most of the time. I DONT TAKE SH<_>IT. I also lov meeting new people.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago