Post Captain Ramage is prowling the Tuscan coast and far from English aid when he encounters a daunting French invasion fleet. As the enemy gathers strength, Ramage must decide how to thwart its actions with only the frigate Calypso and a pair of bomb ketches.
Forget Nelson, This Man has it All.
What made the experience of listening to The Ramage Touch the most enjoyable?
The series is so enjoyable, even if somewhat predictable have several books. Even Ramage's mistakes come out good.
What does Steven Crossley bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Crossley makes this series very enjoyable. He does a great job with the different characters, and his reading style makes the story live.
Any additional comments?
I have enjoyed this series more than the Aubrey/Martin series, in that the times of boredom from the humdrum of sailing the oceans, takes up less of the book, and moves from plots and subplots easier and quicker. IMHO