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Didn t finish Rare for me but the character don t ring true to me. Onto the next in the series Seaflower Fun tales, if you are into iron men and wooden ships Onto the next in the series Seaflower Fun tales, if you are into iron men and wooden ships I am a big fan of historical age of Sail naval genre particularly those set during the Napoleonic era I enjoyed the first book in this series Kydd so I have ventured on to book two in the series The time frame of the book is 1793.Thomas Kydd and his friend Nicolas Renzi is now Able Seaman aboard the frigate HMS Artemis After a battle against the French frigate Citoyenne which includes hand to hand combat the Artemis barely wins the battle Our heroes are promoted to Petty Officers Kydd s I am a big fan of historical age of Sail naval genre particularly those set during the Napoleonic era I enjoyed the first book in this series Kydd so I have ventured on to book two in the series The time frame of the book is 1793.Thomas Kydd and his friend Nicolas Renzi is now Able Seaman aboard the frigate HMS Artemis After a battle against the French frigate Citoyenne which includes hand to hand combat the Artemis barely wins the battle Our heroes are promoted to Petty Officers Kydd sister arrived in port to tell him their father is gravely ill Kydd obtain permission for leave to visit his father before the Artemis sails for India and China.Stockwin paints a full vivid picture of naval life with lots of attention to detail It is obvious there is lots of knowledge and research behind this book, as well as knowledge about Royal Navy life of that era Stockwin is a good writer and drives the story forward at a good clip The characters are original and interesting The book is entertaining and educational I can recommend this book to anyone interested in nautical historical fiction I read this as an audio book downloaded from Audible Christian Rodska narrated the book The second book in a long running series this title has made many improvements on the debut title issues, the characters have grown, and gone is the innocence to the plot a new origionality pervades the whole story and leaves the reader with a shanty lilt to their speech and a roll to their gait.Having read the rest of the series and read the rest of the reviews i can tell others that Julian did learn and progress the characters even further, and when that was coupled with his obvious passion fo The second book in a long running series this title has made many improvements on the debut title issues, the characters have grown, and gone is the innocence to the plot a new origionality pervades the whole story and leaves the reader with a shanty lilt to their speech and a roll to their gait.Having read the rest of the series and read the rest of the reviews i can tell others that Julian did learn and progress the characters even further, and when that was coupled with his obvious passion for the sea and all things nautical, you end up with a series that does rank up there with Forrester and O Brian, every year i look forward to my new instalment of Kyddbut to get there you have to start at the beginning.Well recommended Parm The contrast between life at sea and life as a tradesman is quite interesting The love for the sea and the wanderlust that often accompanies this love are easy to understand in Kydd s young life An interesting look at sailing in the Far East and the various colonies that flourished there It s a good read and a good contribution to the series. The year 1793 is an interesting time to set a novel The French Revolution was still going on, and a lot of the French elite were in the process of losing their heads Napoleon was named a general and began his rapid rise to the top of the French military The infamous mutiny on HMS Bounty was four years earlier, although it was still a topic of debate in most English ships In the previous book of this series, Thomas Kydd, a young English wig maker, is pressed into service on an old line of bat The year 1793 is an interesting time to set a novel The French Revolution was still going on, and a lot of the French elite were in the process of losing their heads Napoleon was named a general and began his rapid rise to the top of the French military The infamous mutiny on HMS Bounty was four years earlier, although it was still a topic of debate in most English ships In the previous book of this series, Thomas Kydd, a young English wig maker, is pressed into service on an old line of battle ship, the Duke William In this book he ships out on the frigate Artemis, a fast man o war going in harm s way From a stirring battle with a French warship, Kydd and his crewman quickly become folk heroes, then sail to India, where they escort a British envoy and his family to China then it s on to the South Seas, finally rounding Cape Horn in a blizzard Author Julian Stockwin paints a clear picture of the people and customs of this time, and the story is stronger for it Artemis is reminiscent of the seagoing tales of C.S Forester and Robert Louis Stevenson, but what it most reminded me of are those old swashbuckling pirate movies of Errol Flynn like Captain Blood and The Sea Hawk Great action, thoughtfully told The natural follow on From Kydd I have now read purchased all books in the series and am awaiting my copy of The Baltic Prize The natural follow on From Kydd I have now read purchased all books in the series and am awaiting my copy of The Baltic Prize A thrill a minute Could not put it down I do like these kinds of adventures, yet after finishing the first two in this series I m not tempted to go on withof them The plots were similar to others I have read in this genre I would say if you like a seafaring adventure this series might be of interest to you. `DOWNLOAD EPUB ✐ Artemis ⇝ With Kydd, Julian Stockwin introduced us to a young wig maker from Guildford who was kidnapped and pressed into duty with the tempestuous crew of the Duke William battle ship Now, Thomas Paine Kydd is back with a vengeance in the latest installment of Stockwin s thrilling naval adventure seriesArtemis is the eighteenth century crack frigate that Kydd and sea mate Nicholas Renzi are set to sail all the way to the fabled Far East In this great age of fighting sailing ships, Kydd s voyage promises to be a perilous undertaking But not even shipwreck, mutiny, or a confrontation with a mighty French frigate manages to thwart Artemis and her crew It s only when Kydd receives an urgent message from home one that threatens to cut short his career and trap him on shore forever that Artemis s real journey beginsFilled with mesmerizing suspense and vivid details of Napoleonic era seafaring, Artemis is classic, page turning storytelling at its best