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Gage's Instructions by Ensign de Berniere is a gripping psychological thriller that will keep readers on the edge of their seats from beginning to end. This intricately woven tale of mystery and deception takes readers into the mind of protagonist Gage, an enigmatic character whose dark past haunts his every move.

The author's writing style is bold and in-your-face, creating a sense of urgency that is palpable throughout the narrative. Berniere skillfully plays with the reader's emotions, leading them down a rabbit hole of uncertainty and doubt. As the story unfolds, the tension steadily mounts, leaving readers desperate to uncover the truth behind Gage's mysterious instructions.

One of the standout aspects of this novel is the complex and deeply flawed characters that Berniere has crafted. Gage, in particular, is a fascinating character study, grappling with his own demons while also navigating a dangerous game of manipulation. His internal struggle is skillfully depicted, making him a compelling and relatable protagonist despite his questionable actions.

The plot itself is a tightly woven web of secrets and revelations, with unexpected twists and turns that will leave readers second-guessing everything they think they know. Berniere's ability to keep readers guessing is truly commendable, as they are kept in a state of constant suspense, eagerly awaiting the next shocking revelation.

While the pacing of the novel is generally well-maintained, there are moments where the narrative feels slightly disjointed. Certain plot points are introduced abruptly and resolved just as quickly, leaving readers craving more depth and development. Additionally, the ending feels somewhat rushed and could have benefited from further exploration and explanation.

Despite these minor flaws, Gage's Instructions is a thrilling and thought-provoking read that will appeal to fans of psychological suspense. Ensign de Berniere's ability to create a palpable atmosphere of tension and intrigue is unmatched, and his exploration of the human psyche is both harrowing and captivating. This is a novel that will stay with readers long after the final page is turned, and it is recommended for those who enjoy a gritty and unpredictable story.

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Eyewitness Accounts of the American Revolution

Gage's Instructions

Thomas Gage

The New York Times & Arno Press

Reprinted from a microfilm copy in The American Antiquarian Society Library

Reprint Edition 1971 by Arno Press Inc.

LC 78 140865 ISBN 0 405 01198 9

Eyewitness Accounts of the American Revolution, Series III ISBN for complete set: 0 405 01187 3

Manufactured in the United States of America



Of 22d February 1775.

To Captain Brown and Ensign D'Berniere , (of the army under his command) whom he ordered to take a sketch of the roads, passes, heights, &c. from Boston to Worcester , and to make other observations:

With a curious


Of OCCURRENCES during their mission, Wrote by the Ensign .

Together with an ACCOUNT of their doings, in consequence of further Orders and Instructions from General Gage , of the 20th March following, to proceed to Concord , to reconnoitre and find out the state of the provincial magazines; what number of cannon, &c. they have, and in what condition.


An ACCOUNT of the Transactions of the British troops, from the time they marched out of Boston , on the evening of the 18th, 'till their confused retreat back, on the ever memorable Nineteenth of April 1775 ; and a Return of their killed, wounded and missing on that auspicious day , as made to Gen... Continue reading book >>

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