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10 thoughts on “Mutiny on the Bounty

  1. says:

    The British and to a lesser degree the American Navy in the age of sail has become a staple setting of modern English language historical fiction, exemplified by the works of Patrick O Brian and others While Melville s Billy Budd and White Jacket are certainly forerunners of the trend, the main impetus to the subgenre was probably C S Forrester s Horn

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    When I started this I was slightly worried because a it s written by two authors and I though it might be jarring when it switched from one to the other b N C Wyeth s illustrations had several top less ladies and c the books didn t seem very happy I knew almost for certain how it would end But I really enjoyed it A the writing is seamless from one to the other I truly could

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    As a young girl in the 1960s and 1970s I found that reading allowed me to travel, escape, dream and survive epic adventures Many, many times my dad entered my room long past bedtime to take from me the flashlight that I was using to read while under the covers I fell in love with adventurous and mysterious stories because they made me feel like I was living that kind of life Recentl

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    Okay, so I was in between books and decided to go back and read this one, which, if I am being honest, I never read in high school when I was supposed to It is a LONG read, but I am glad I read it The narrator s story is told plainly, with a fine attention to detail I can t say I loved how it all went down, and several of the character s stories were quite poignant Still, I am happy I chose

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    I kind of feel bad for giving only 4 stars I have a thing with the sea, as I often mention, and I have researched a lot when it comes to the nautical history in 19th century I was prejudiced Still, it lived upto the expeditions Not the perfect story of a voyage one might expect , but it was one heck of a voyage nonetheless.

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    5 5 One of the best books I ve ever read.The story, summarized, goes a little like this Roger Byam, a young boy, and his mother are invited to dinner with the famous William Bligh through their ties to Captain Cook, who Bligh served under At dinner, Byam is presented with the choice to join Bligh and the crew that serves under him aboard the collier H.M.S Bounty Byam accepts, and what follows is one of the mo

  7. says:

    Excellent story,the b w movie with Clarke Gable is worth watching too.

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    There s something about a good story of adversity at sea to get the blood pumping Robert Louis Stevenson figured that out He made a name for himself by writing stories of pirates In Mutiny on the Bounty , Nordhoff and Hall have hit a home run by writing about mutiny Their novel takes place in 1789 1794 on board the British armed merchantman Bounty , which traveled from England to Tahiti to pick up a load of Breadfruit trees wi

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    This is a book that I was supposed to read in my high school days and had seen the movie so I kind of skimmed it I am glad that I decided to fully read this and the rest of the trilogy to follow This is a book as much about personal characteristics, promises and vendetta as it is a book about the sea itself This based in fact fictional piece is a quick and entertaining read.

  10. says:

    I read Mutiny on the Bounty to fulfill a Read Harder challenge of finishing a book I hated or left unfinished I was supposed to read it in high school and just could not get past the second page For much of this reading, I was in agreement with my 15 year old self This is not my kind of book The seafaring life is brutal and the history of life on the seas is not my idea of romance But here s the thing Capt Bligh, Christian Fletcher and The Boun

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