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The Sea-girt Fortress - A Story of Heligoland

Percy F. Westerman

Publisher: Good Press

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Summary

Percy F. Westerman's 'The Sea-girt Fortress' is a thrilling tale of naval adventure set during the height of British imperial power. The book follows the story of a young midshipman who must navigate the treacherous waters of espionage and danger while serving aboard a warship in the Caribbean. Westerman's vivid descriptions of naval battles and life at sea highlight his meticulous attention to historical accuracy and detail. The narrative unfolds with a crisp and engaging style, immersing the reader in the excitement and tension of life on the high seas. 'The Sea-girt Fortress' is a classic example of early 20th-century naval fiction, capturing the spirit of adventure and duty that defined the era. Percy F. Westerman, a former naval officer, draws on his own experiences to bring authenticity and credibility to his writing. His deep knowledge of maritime history and seamanship shines through in 'The Sea-girt Fortress', providing readers with a realistic portrayal of life onboard a warship. Westerman's passion for naval adventure is evident in every page, making this book a must-read for fans of historical fiction and nautical literature. I highly recommend 'The Sea-girt Fortress' to anyone interested in naval history, adventure fiction, or the British Empire. Westerman's gripping storytelling and authoritative voice make this book a captivating read that will transport you back to a bygone era of naval supremacy and daring exploits.
Available since: 10/12/2023.
Print length: 173 pages.

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