Rebel (Nathaniel Starbuck Chronicles #1)

Rebel (Nathaniel Starbuck Chronicles #1)

by Bernard Cornwell
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Rebel (Nathaniel Starbuck Chronicles #1) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 35 reviews.
dmlyons More than 1 year ago
Not a big fan of the confederacy, so a "hero" who fights for them isn't for me. I read the first part of the sample or should say misread. I bought the book based on my first impressions - I was wrong. The book is well written as are all Mr. Cornwell's books, but this store is not for me. Maybe I'll read it in the future, but for now it's archived.
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Merns More than 1 year ago
Not terribly historically accurate, but plenty of fun and well written. No Red Badge or Killer Angels but visually strong imagery and well detailed battle descriptions. I read a few more in the series. Kinda fizzled.
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This was a new Cornwell series for me - set in the Civil War - I liked it every bit as much as the Sharpe series, and maybe even more. I just wish he'd finish the Civil War...
TheReenactor More than 1 year ago
Vollies of rifle fire take out the enemy in grand Cornwell style. Doesn't stray any from his patented Sharpe formula, but that's why we like him so much. Haven't read a book by Cornwell that I didn't like. I also recommend Suhrer's "The Flying Dutchmen," a recently published novel of the German 107th Ohio Infantry. It is a "must-read" for the Civil War enthusiast.
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JimLuddy More than 1 year ago
Bernard Cornwell is my all time favorate story writer. He clearly does his research of the era his story take place in. This results in a story that is almost non-fiction, easy to read, and has historical benefit.