A handsomely bound omnibus edition of all 21 Jack Aubrey-Stephen Maturin novels, printed in 5 hardbacks and published in a boxed set. Includes the unfinished novel O'Brian was writing at the time of his death. For the first time ever Patrick O'Brian's famous and much-loved Aubrey-Maturin novels will be available as a boxed set. These five volumes, beautifully produced and boxed, contain over 7,000 pages of what has often been described as a single, continuous narrative following the adventures of Jack Aubrey and his ship's surgeon Stephen Maturin. Theirs is one of the greatest friendships in all literature. These volumes are a perfect tribute to such a literary achievement and a perfect gift for the O'Brian enthusiast. The recent release of the film Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World has focused even more attention on the publishing phenomenon of the late Patrick O'Brian's Aubrey-Maturin novels, set in the Royal Navy in the age of Nelson. Now, four years after O'Brian's death, his estate has agreed to release the chapters of the novel he was working on when he died. It is both fitting and moving that in these pages we are given a glimpsse of Jack Aubrey raising his admiral's flag at last.
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