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Posted July 21, 2008
Administrative Military Fiction
Surprisingly banal and plodding, there was very little combat in this offering by Coyle and Tillman. Much of the novel focuses on the administrative minutiae of running a mercenary organization -- do we need ex-SEALs or - Rangers? Should we trust the Dept. of State or the NSA? Can we afford to do this or that? These conversations drag on, page after page. I was also disappointed with the cover -- there isn't a battleship anywhere near this novel. A new genre is born: Administrative Military Fiction.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.