Waterloo is a thrilling and suspenseful novel of the Napoleonic Wars, set in the aftermath of the Battle of Waterloo. It follows the fortunes of a young French soldier as he navigates the political and personal upheavals of post-war Europe, and offers a powerful exploration of the human cost of conflict.
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