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Old 05-01-2018, 02:30 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by CRussel View Post
I'm going to nominate Patrick O'Brian's Master and Commander. This is the first book in his superb Aubrey/Maturin series of naval adventures set in the Napoleonic Wars, and there could be no more appropriate books for this category. The primary best friends story is that of Jack Aubrey --an officer in the British Navy, and Stephen Maturin -- a physician, naturalist, British spy, and surgeon in the British Navy. However, there isn't just the one set of best friends in here, but others as well, and they reinforce the whole.
Is the book complete in itself, or one that leaves a lot of loose ends that lead to the subsequent books?
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