Works of Rafael Sabatini. Scaramouche, The Snare, Mistress Wilding, Captain Blood, The Sea-Hawk, The Shame of Motley and more

Works of Rafael Sabatini. Scaramouche, The Snare, Mistress Wilding, Captain Blood, The Sea-Hawk, The Shame of Motley and more

by Rafael Sabatini
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Works of Rafael Sabatini. Scaramouche, The Snare, Mistress Wilding, Captain Blood, The Sea-Hawk, The Shame of Motley and more by Rafael Sabatini

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collection is complimented by an author biography.


Table of Contents


Bardelys The Magnificent
Captain Blood His Odyssey
The Historical
Nights' Entertainment- First Series
The Historical Nights' Entertainment-
Second Series
The Life of Cesare Borgia
The Lion's
Skin
Love-at-Arms
Mistress Wilding
Saint Martin's
Summer
Scaramouche
The Sea-Hawk
The Shame of Motley
The Snare
The
Tavern Knight
The Trampling of the
Lilies
Appendix:
Rafael Sabatini Biography

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781607789260
Publisher: MobileReference
Publication date: 11/17/2010
Series: Mobi Collected Works
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 467,196
File size: 3 MB

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Works of Rafael Sabatini. Scaramouche, The Snare, Mistress Wilding, Captain Blood, The Sea-Hawk, The Shame of Motley and more 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous 8 months ago
This is definitely a great way to own a lot of Sabatini stories, especially if you're interested in the lesser-known ones. Whether at his best or worst, Sabatini delivers adventures that are exciting, clever and fun. That said, however, these particular editions have many typos, something that is slowly driving me crazy. Some make you pause while you work out the actual meaning, ("I had been there a mouth," instead of month) which is distracting. More frequent are inconsistencies in characters' names and titles. A small complaint in the grand scheme of things, I know, but I do appreciate good proofreading.
jrhardee More than 1 year ago
"Captain Blood" and "The Sea Hawk" are great swashbucklers--circumstances force a good man to go bad, but he vanquishes his enemies, and he wins both redemption and the girl in the end. The girl, a sheltered thing, shows initiative and moxie, and helps the hero win out. Great escapist literature.
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