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Post by queen katherine on Sun 22 Dec 2013, 15:40

I finished reading the long series of the adventures of Aubrey and Maturin. It was a fascinating read, engaging. The two main characters are well described, with strengths and weaknesses, the book is well documented historically.
But there are so many secondary characters that I liked a lot and that each should continue the story. What you liked most? why?
Pullings, Babbington, Reade, Bonden, Killick, Sophia, Diana, Clarissa ...
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Post by Surprise on Tue 27 May 2014, 23:45

One of my favorite secondary characters was Kilick mainly due to how clearly his character was drawn with just a few short descriptions. The humor in this series really sets it apart from other naval series I've read.

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