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Mutiny

Mutiny

‘In Stockwin’s hands the sea story will continue to entrance readers across the world’ – Guardian

It is 1797 and Thomas Kydd is now master’s mate on Achilles, a 64-gun ship-of-the-line, on his way back from the Caribbean. After a dangerous rescue mission to Venice Kydd sails for England, but his joy at returning home after many years’ absence is soon forgotten when he finds himself at the centre of one of the most extraordinary events in English history – the Mutiny at the Nore.

Ten thousand men, one thousand guns and scores of ships hold the country to ransom: the government is near collapse; the economy on the brink of ruin.

And Kydd is faced with a terrible choice. Abandon his friends and shipmates? Or join the rebellion and put his career – and even his life – on the line?

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What readers are saying about MUTINY

‘Another rip-roaring, compelling story’ – 5 stars

‘I love this series’ – 5 stars

‘Even better than the other sailing ship era books’ – 5 stars

‘On the edge of your seat right to the end’ – 5 stars

‘Excellent, thank you’ – 5 stars
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 11th October 2004

Price: £9.99

ISBN-13: 9781848947375

Reviews

'Rousing naval adventure series . . . Stockwin's richly detailed, if idealized, portrait of life on ship and shore in Britain's oceanic empire is engrossing.' - Publishers Weekly
Praise for Julian Stockwin's previous books: 'I was soon turning over the pages almost indecently fast ... Roll on, the promised adventures of Kydd and Renzi.'
Independent
'Gripping . . . Rich in action and full of interesting characters, this thrilling novel leaves you in awe of the 18th-century seaman.' - Peterborough Evening Telegraph
The vantage point of the common sailor gives the nautical novel a fresh twist.
Guardian
Stockwin paints a vivid picture of life aboard the mighty ship-of-the-line... the harsh naval discipline, the rancid food, and the skill of the common sailor are all skilfully evoked.
Daily Express