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I didn't like the way it ended. Left you to much in the air. Dec 25, Bill Donhiser rated it really liked it Shelves: adventure , read-books. Once again Brown and DeFelice combine for a fun to read thriller. A new super drone gets loose from its rogue government keepers. Well done interesting thriller. Apr 07, Lisa Moore rated it liked it. Jan 31, Rady rated it really liked it. Entertaining, fast paced book. At places it was a little too fast.
Overall easy reading. Feb 23, Jodi rated it really liked it. In the throes of a covert operation in Africa the unthinkable happens, a top-secret aircraft the CIA is testing has crashed and must be recovered before it falls into enemy hands. As the operation goes on, Freah becomes aware that the test flight was actually an illegal mission to assassinate Li Han, technical expert and weapons dealer working with a group of guerillas called the Brotherhood and rumored to have ties to Al Quaida.
With the eleventh book in the Dreamland series, Brown and DeFelice continue to wow fans with a thriller full of action. With detailed descriptions of existing and new weaponry, any lover of war and American espionage thrillers will thoroughly enjoy this page-turner.
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This is 13 in the Dreamland Series. Since I have never read any of the previous novels in this series I was not familiar with the theme. If you like C. Within the first five chapters the location changed as many times and I gave up. I'm sure this is probably a great book for those who can track a lot of back and forth locations and characters but I'm not one of those people. What This is 13 in the Dreamland Series. What I DID read was well written and I would love to see it in a movie format where it would be easier for me to follow. Note: If you have a brain injury and have difficulty tracking several locations and characters I would not recommend this book.
The aircraft is nearly autonomous in operation and programmed to find, track and terminate an individual. A secret force is sent in to recover the aircraft but they have to deal with to opposed rebel groups, a Chinese arms dealer and a Russian spy who are all looking to get and use or sell the aircraft or at least the computer that controls it. Mean while back at home the CIA,, the President and congressional committees are squabbling over the project that is a CIA black ops, off the books and the computer in wrong hands will be devastating.
Plenty of action keeps you reading this one. Considering I jumped into the middle of a series, I was able to follow along very nicely. Some of the characters seem too closely connected, but it was not a major distraction. The action was good, maybe a little over the top, but in a six million dollar man kind of way. End was a cliff hanger. Ok for a tv show but a little too much for a book. Now I have to decide if I want to invest more in the series or not. I just may. I did really like the writing style, managed to move from location to loc Considering I jumped into the middle of a series, I was able to follow along very nicely.
I did really like the writing style, managed to move from location to location without it being a distraction. Mar 05, Harvey Burgess rated it it was amazing. Dale Brown, even with all his techno-speak and acronyms, is a master at blending war, personalities and politics in his action thrillers. You rarely know what's going to happen next and the finishes are always, figuratively Dale Brown, even with all his techno-speak and acronyms, is a master at blending war, personalities and politics in his action thrillers.
You rarely know what's going to happen next and the finishes are always, figuratively and literally, explosive. Good show, Dale. Dec 17, Tomi rated it it was ok. I usually really like Dale Brown's books, but this one was too confusing I felt like I had been dropped in the middle of a story - then the next page another story - turn the page and another one The characters were very flat; I didn't like anyone in the story.
Not at all typical of Brown's writing! Jul 13, Ed Schmidt rated it really liked it. The plane crashes and Whiplash is sent in to recover the aircraft and the control box. Except, when they arrive, both are no where to be found. Not as good as the original Dreamland books when Col Dog Bastain ran Dreamland, but a few of the characters and still around and Dreamland fans will enjoy it.
Free Friday nook book-- I already typed a review cof this book this afternoon, but it didn't register! Igave it three instead of four, because while it was exciting, I felt that the sections in DC were weak, except for the bionic man at the end, which approached science fiction. Perhaps in a suceeding book, the reader will find out whether Danny gets together with the woman of his dreams. Jul 22, Paul rated it it was ok.
Plenty of action in this shoot em' up military thriller but that's about all it has going for it. A simple, straight down the path, fast paced adventure. The characters were stereotypical and rather dull. The dialogue didn't offer too much more and seemed thrown in just to fill space.