Flying Colours

 

 1810

Forces to surrender his ship HMS Sutherland, after a long and bloody battle, Captain Horatio Hornblower is held prisoner in a French fortress. Prospects turn bleaker when he learns that he and Lt. Bush are to be tried and executed in Paris as part of Napoleon’s attempts to rally the war-weary Empire. Even if Hornblower can escape this fate and make it safely to England, he still faces court-martial for surrendering his ship. With little hope for the future and little left to loose, Hornblower throws caution to the wind once more.

Flying Colours

 

Author: C. S. Forester

Series: Hornblower

First Published by: Michael Joseph

Place: London

Format: HC

Date: 1938

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Written specifically for Young Adults: No

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