The True Soldier In The True Soldier by Paul Fraser Collard roguish hero Jack Lark dubbed Sharpe meets the Talented Mr Ripley travels to America to reinvent himself as the American Civil War looms A must read for fan

  • Title: The True Soldier
  • Author: Paul Fraser Collard
  • ISBN: 9781472239044
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In The True Soldier by Paul Fraser Collard, roguish hero Jack Lark dubbed Sharpe meets the Talented Mr Ripley travels to America to reinvent himself as the American Civil War looms A must read for fans of Bernard Cornwell and Simon Scarrow Enthralling The Times This ain t the kind of war you are used to It s brother against brother, countryman against countrIn The True Soldier by Paul Fraser Collard, roguish hero Jack Lark dubbed Sharpe meets the Talented Mr Ripley travels to America to reinvent himself as the American Civil War looms A must read for fans of Bernard Cornwell and Simon Scarrow Enthralling The Times This ain t the kind of war you are used to It s brother against brother, countryman against countryman April, 1861 Jack Lark arrives in Boston as civil war storms across America.A hardened soldier, Jack has always gone where he was ordered to go and killed the enemy he was ordered to kill But when he becomes a sergeant for the Union army, he realises that this conflict between North and South is different Men are choosing to fight and die for a cause they believe in.The people of Boston think it will take just one, great battle But, with years of experience, Jack knows better This is the beginning of something that will tear a country apart and force Jack to see what he is truly fighting for.

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    1. I love this series and now Jack Lark takes us into the heart of new territory indeed - 1861 and the early months of the American Civil War.

    2. This series in a way is turning into a bit of a world tour of 19th century battle fields. This is not a bad thing as the titular hero Jack Lark gets to pit brawn and brain against many different foes. From the Crimea to India, Persia, back to Europe and beyond.In this volume Jack finds himself embroiled in the opening exchanges in the American civil war. After delivering on a promise made at the end of JL 5, Jack finds his only option to keep body and soul together is to accept a job body guardi [...]

    3. Jack Lark gets better with every outing. From the battlefields of Europe, Lark finds himself arriving in Boston just before the outbreak of the American Civil War. Delivering the letters of a dead comrade, Lark is caught up in the patriotic fervour, and ends up marching to war with a Boston volunteer unit. At Manassas/Bull Run, everything is going to change. Except Lark's ability on a battlefield. He hasn't forgotten how to fight.'The True Soldier' is fantastic. Fraser-Collard is ably filling th [...]

    4. Jacks back !Best one yet must admit Jack does get around well rewritten a very believable story couldn't put it down very good read

    5. Wow  Just finished The True Soldier Loved the Civil War backdrop What a thrilling ride to the end to read about Jacks journey in the Union Army.  Once again regiments charge; halt and fire, bayonets attach for a bloody and gruesome ending. As you read on you can picture the landscape of the bull run battlefield. Praise for this great novel of historical fiction. Paul has done a great job capturing the first major battle of the American Civil War; Union vs Confederates, so enjoyable to read hi [...]

    6. ReviewI have to be transparent from the start, i’m a HUGE fan of this series, If any writer has managed to capture the spirit and adventure of Sharpe and the daring of his character then its Paul Collard, but he has done it in his own unique way with his own unique character, Jack Lark. ( Jack Lark v Sharpe).Full review: parmenionbooks.wordpress/

    7. Excellent as was expected!!!From the first few lines I was captured in Jack's world. As always in trouble from day one, and uncontrollably heading for more!!! Can't wait for the next adventure .

    8. Enjoyed the book. Not as much action as the first five but still a good story. Scene moves from Europe to the U.S. as Jack Lark takes part in the Battle of Bull Run during the U.S. Civil War. Actually this was my introduction to the U.S. Civil War and I may further my reading in this area.

    9. Jack adapts to AmericaWell written book in keeping with the remainder of the series. Maybe the curse will be broken in the good Ol’ USA.

    10. Hard to believe that this is already book #6 in Paul Fraser Collard's Jack Lark series: a series which (when it began) was probably best described as a Victorian Sharpe.Over time, however, the series has grown its own character, with Jack Lark now at the stage where he is no longer assuming other's identities but is now living (and employed) under his own name, with this latest instalment seeing Jack caught up in the early days of the American Civil War, fighting for the North against the South [...]

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