With his tongue unobtrusively tucked in his cheek, Doyle assists an imaginary French Brigadier in recalling his deeds of valor and gallantry while a young officer in Napoleon's army. His imagined heroics poke fun at the French, but be assured - the British do not come out of this completely unscathed! AVAILABLE ON CASSETTE ONLY.
Expertly read by Richard Brown who… reads in a crisp voice, clearly audible even in busy highway traffic. There is no background music or special sound effects, just the power of the spoken word, which is more than enough to make this enjoyable for commuters, long-distance travelers or listeners at home.
Robert K. Hayes, The Express, February 3, 1989