Poniatowski & ADC
Most of Parquin's 20th Chaussers went to Russia, but his troop was in Spain. This is the first of the large and ever-growing pile of Napoleonic books that I've read that has spent a good deal of the narrative time in Spain. I don't quite know why, though I have my theories, but I've always consciously avoided the whole Peninsular imbroglio. This was the first time I felt drawn into it, thanks to Parquin's charming and exciting account.
So what's next?