Pasha – Julian Stockwin
Chuffed with this review of PASHA
I cannot tell you what a pleasure it is to be back at sea once again with Captain Thomas Kydd. Though the majority of my reading is of novels set in the ancient world or at most in the high medieval era, every now and then I like to dip into another era for a change, and Stockwin is fast becoming one of my absolute favourites.
If you’ve not read any of the Kydd series, I’d best warn you that you might not want to start with this volume, Pasha being the fifteenth book in the series. Of course, the bright side of that is that if you haven’t read any of them, I’m switching you onto not just one book, but 15.
Set in the late 18th to early 19th century, the series follows the nautical adventures of one Thomas Kydd, a low born southern Englishman who rises through…
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Just finished PASHA. ♪ Whoo-ey! ♫ Let’s not give anything away, but I was pleased to find a lot of loose ends put together, and also to increase my knowledge of the Ottoman Empire of the day. Well done! Now .. back to twiddling my thumbs until Silk Tree arrives.
I’ve ordered the book. But, in Holland, it will take a few more days! So, start rereading Caribbee, the previous novel!