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Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á

Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á He is best known for his Flashman series of historical novels purportedly written by Harry Flashman a fictional coward and bully originally created by Thomas Hughes in Tom Brown's School Days The novels are presented as packets of memoirs written by the nonagenarian Flashman who looks back on his days as a hero of the British Army during the 19th century The series begins with Flashman and

10 thoughts on “Mr American

  1. F.R. F.R. says:

    Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á american mobile, Mr American EpubAnd there I was thinking that I’d read everything George MacDonald Fraser wrote about FlashmanThe reason this novel leapt off the shelf at me at the local book emporium was the realisation that Harry Flashman played some part in this tale The blurb to my copy reads “even old General Flashman who knew men and mischief better than mo


  2. Adam Adam says:

    Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á american mobile, Mr American EpubWhat a remarkable read On the face of it a simple tale which tells the story of a mysterious American who arrives in England in 1909 with a small fortune and a checkered past But it is set against the backdrop of an era in England and indeed the world where changes in industry and warfare would alter life as we knew it Having read most of the Flashman series and Fraser brilliantly includes his most famous creation in a cameo role here I knew GMF was a master storyteller but this is easily his best work I left his characters with real regret especially Mr American The ending was left slightly open so I wonder if the author had planned to go back


  3. Kellylynn Kellylynn says:

    Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á american mobile, Mr American EpubI am really torn on what to say about this book I liked it but boy it really could have been 100 pages shorter There were a few sections that just rambled a bit But man it is one of those stories that kind of sticks with you Plus the ending was just crazy I had a flip back and forth a few times to make sure that was itI also had to ponder this one awhile for me to really determine h


  4. Helen Helen says:

    Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á american mobile, Mr American EpubIn my opinion this is GMF best work of fiction Better than Flashman It is a picture of Britain in the years just before the First World War with all the bea


  5. Paul Paul says:

    Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á american mobile, Mr American EpubMr American is a weighty novel split over two parts detailing five years in the life of a mysterious mid thirties American It's a long meandering tale that takes its sweet time explaining itself It's almost 300 pages in before we even discover just who Mr American really is but it turns out that who this Mr American is isn't the main crux of the book after all Written by George MacDonald Fraser we have another of his lively and historically fascinating fictions which he excelled at that is 'technically' a Flashman novel It manages to keep Harry Flas


  6. John Montagne John Montagne says:

    Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á american mobile, Mr American EpubBetter known for his Flashman books and said character makes several appearances in Mr American though as an old retired general Mr American is uite a good read very interesting premise a cowboy or less retires to England and seems to have a large amount of money and a shady background Fraser captures the Edwardian time uite nicely with his descriptions and speech patterns and the plot kept me reading But after about the 75% mark the reader has discovered most of the main characters secrets the major confr


  7. Geoff Boxell Geoff Boxell says:

    Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á american mobile, Mr American EpubTwice I have started this book and twice given it up The first 200 pages are interesting then it bogs downI love George MacDonald Fraser and have all his books but this one I can't seem to finish I feel the story though not that exciting or funny in the beginning is interesting and the premise is good but the story then just goes flat and I found I was stopping to care what happened to the characters except for the Samson the butler and Pip the show girl Yes Flashman is there and is as much fun to read about as usual but as for the rest? Blaagh I wonder if part of the problem is that the story is not written in the first party like Flashman or the MacAuslan stories? I have other GmD F books in the third party that wor


  8. David Flin David Flin says:

    Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á american mobile, Mr American EpubVery mixed feelings On the one hand it's a very detailed picture of the setting On the other hand its a very blinkered view of the setting with a very Society centric look at things There's no real character arc for the central


  9. Carolyn Devine Carolyn Devine says:

    Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á american mobile, Mr American EpubGMF hits the jackpot again He is such a good narrator and Flashman rides again The ending is a bit ambiguous deliberately so and I was left wanting Unfortunately Fraser's death a few years ago means no books of this uality


  10. Paddyspub Paddyspub says:

    Epub George MacDonald Fraser á Mr American MOBI ✓ á american mobile, Mr American Epub5510Idk what to say about this book I liked it but it could and should have been 100 pages shorter at minimum GMF does a great job in painting a picture of Englands on the eve of the first world war but some of the side stories and too drawn out I liked Flashman's apperances a lot GMF wrote one of my top 5 books The Complete McAuslan so I was excited to read this book It just fell flat where I am concernedSPOILERS AHEADI liked hte final 50 pages where the nostalgic Franklin goes to all the parts of England where he has grown to love and bids them adew If only the whole book was written as well as the final 50 pages were written I wonder what happens to Franklin It is clear he decided to stay in England Does he join the fight? Die in a French trench? Confess his love for Ms Delys? Confes


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