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    Enjoyable

    Great storytelling,easy to read. However the constant self flagellation got a bit monotous and annoying after a while. Would be nice if our young captain gave himself and us a break.
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    The Seafort Saga

    Found these first 3 books annoying due to their focus on hazing, beatings, humiliation and mental abuse of children and adults. Captain Seafort reminds one of a temperamental, racist plantation owner of the Deep South prior to the civil war. As explained by the author over and over again, the Captain has similar power to a slave owner and Seafort exercises it with glee. The head middie is much like a plantation overseer, enforcing cruelty at his whim. The 1st two books spend so much focus on cadets and officers receiving demerits and being humiliated which leads to beatings, caning etc and yet the author would have us believe the crew undergoing this would love their Captain Bligh of a leader. If you removed all reference to hazing, beatings, justifying humiliation and the omnipotent power of a captain over his crew, you could easily condense 3 books down to one entertaining book. It’s unfortunate because there seems to be a interesting storyline buried under all of the authors sadism. I would suggest the story of the Mutiny of the Bounty is a more fitting representation of how a crew would react to a sadist Captain Seafort.
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