Wednesday, May 19, 2010
"a book which can stand comparison with C. S. Forester's Hornblower series"
Just a quick note--I'm briefly ashore and have a ton of things to do before going back to sea, so this won't be a full-fledged press release.
Men of Honor, the second book in the series, Pirates of the Narrow Seas, has been reviewed.
"M. Kei [...] has produced a book which can stand comparison with C. S. Forester's Hornblower series."
"The ample amounts of action keep the book moving fast and breathlessly onwards, and there are some real standout scenes of naval warfare. My favourite by far is the scene where the ships are being fought inside a cave. Wow! That was a corker."
—Alex Beecroft, author of False Colors.
Full review is at: http://speakitsname.com/2010/05/18/review-pirates-of-the-narrow-seas-ii-men-of-honor-by-m-kei