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Napoleon: The Sun of Austerlitz

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November, 1799. Thirty-year-old Napoleon is about to lead France into a new century as First Consul. In five years, he will be crowned Emperor of France and Josephine his Empress. Napoleon: The Sun of Austerlitz takes us from the first day after Napoleon’s successful coup, through to the thrilling heights of his empire. From the new constitution and France’s fragile peace with its neighbors, to Napoleon’s determination to bring Britain to its knees, we follow five years in the Little Corporal’s life, ending with his victory at Austerlitz.

Impeccably researched and brilliantly re-imagined, The Napoleon Quartet is historical fiction of the very highest caliber. A European publishing phenomenon, with more than a million copies sold, these novels—The Song of Departure, The Sun of Austerlitz, The Emperor of Kings, and The Immortal of St. Helena—offer a spellbinding account of one of the most fascinating men in history.

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November, 1799. Thirty-year-old Napoleon is about to lead France into a new century as First Consul. In five years, he will be crowned Emperor of France and Josephine his Empress. Napoleon: The Sun of Austerlitz takes us from the first day after Napoleon’s successful coup, through to the thrilling heights of his empire. From the new constitution and France’s fragile peace with its neighbors, to Napoleon’s determination to bring Britain to its knees, we follow five years in the Little Corporal’s life, ending with his victory at Austerlitz.

Impeccably researched and brilliantly re-imagined, The Napoleon Quartet is historical fiction of the very highest caliber. A European publishing phenomenon, with more than a million copies sold, these novels—The Song of Departure, The Sun of Austerlitz, The Emperor of Kings, and The Immortal of St. Helena—offer a spellbinding account of one of the most fascinating men in history.

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Author Max Gallo
Publisher Macmillan UK
Place London
Year 2004-11-01
ISBN 9780330490030
Binding Paperback
Condition Good

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