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The Patrick O'Brian Mapping Project

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The Patrick O'Brian Mapping Project

Post by Joolz on Tue 06 Dec 2011, 13:32

"To accurately map the progress of Jack Aubrey and Stephen Maturin in the novels by Patrick O'Brian." currently 46% complete

http://www.cannonade.net/index.php

O'Brian fans might find this interesting
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Re: The Patrick O'Brian Mapping Project

Post by leonidas on Wed 07 Dec 2011, 20:03

Well worth a look and I will give it more time later. Excellent if you are reading the books for the first or tenth time!
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Re: The Patrick O'Brian Mapping Project

Post by S.K. Keogh on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 03:57

Thank you for this link. Since I am American, I am often geographically-challenged, so having these helpful maps at my fingertips while re-reading the series is great.
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Re: The Patrick O'Brian Mapping Project

Post by 80 Winters on Sat 17 Mar 2012, 17:48

While I was not aware of "The Patrick O'brian Mapping Project", I did find Dean King's Harbors and High Seas companion book (3rd edition) which does track the voyages of Aubrey-Maturin and adds much that can be seen along the way.

For someone just "cutting their teeth" on HNF I think it would boost enjoyment of the series and the knowledge gained will translate well to other series in the HNF genre.
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