This is the total number of profanity incidents in this 288 page book.
*Sexual and Violence incidents coming soon! We'll change this number once these incidents are included.
Author: Patrick O'Brian
Key Words: Fiction
The first novel Patrick O'Brian ever wrote about the sea, a precursor to the acclaimed Aubrey/Maturin series. In the year 1740, Commodore (later Admiral) George Anson embarked on a voyage that would become one of the most famous exploits in British naval history. Sailing through poorly charted waters, Anson and his men encountered disaster, disease, and astonishing success. They circumnavigated the globe and seized a nearly incalcuable sum of Spanish gold and silver, but only one of the five ships survived. This is the background to the first novel Patrick O'Brian ever wrote about the sea, a precursor to the acclaimed Aubrey/Maturin series that shares the excitement and rich humor of those books. The protagonist is Peter Palafox, son of a poor Irish parson, who signs on as a midshipman, never before having seen a ship. Together with his lifelong friend Sean, Peter sets out to seek his fortune, embarking upon a journey of danger, disappointment, foreign lands, and excitement. Here is a tale certain to please not only admirers of O'Brian's work but also any reader with an adventurous soul.
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Mild Obscenities & Substitutions - 13 Incidents
d*mmy, h*llish, d*mn*d, h*ll
Anatomical Terms - 11 Incidents
jack*ss, c*ck, *sses
Scatological Terms - 1 Incidents
Religious Profanities - None
Derogatory Terms - 27 Incidents
p*ll*ck, qu**r, n*gr*, h*, g*y, ch*nk
9 Topics - 20 mentions of those topics
ghost, skull, skeleton, stab, kill, murder, beer, liquor, drunk