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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 2, 2004

    Torpedo is funny, scary, intense, and just unputdownable.

    Recent entries in this genre have been so lame that I thought the field was dead. Imagine my surprise when I find that naval thrillers can still dish out the adrenaline. This book is billed as a Surface Warfare Thriller. It is that, but it¿s a lot more. It¿s a return to basic principles. It¿s got the fire of Clancy¿s early books, with none of the Hollywood hoke. On a separate note, it¿s nice to discover an author who can write about women as technical experts, women as diplomats, and women as warriors, without turning the book into a soap opera. Forget Commander Amanda Garret, who apparently can¿t manage to command a warship without going all googly-eyed over the first hunky pilot who swaggers her way. Here comes Chief Petty Officer Theresa McPherson: submarine hunter, tactician, and professional Sailor. Fortyish and tough as iron, she doesn¿t have to check her makeup before she goes into battle. I give this book 4 stars, because no book is perfect. This one does come pretty close...

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  • Posted June 18, 2012

    I gave this book a try because i figured what the heck for .99 .

    I gave this book a try because i figured what the heck for .99 . I REALLY enjoyed this book. The book was fast paced and kept my attention even when shifting from location to location. The mix of military and political suspense pulled me into the world of naval warfare in what would be todays theater of operations. I will be looking for more from Jeff Edwards.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2012

    Very well done. Looking forward to his next one.

    Fast moving and suspenceful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2012

    Good read

    A Tom Clancy techno type book. Could use a little more character development.

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