by Stephen Coonts
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Combat 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I could not put this book down, thank goodness for insomnia. I am new to the combat reading and found the book a great eye opener for future books of future and past wars. If you are new to combat novels this is a great book to get started with to get a feeling for each of the writers styles and how each author pulls you in and holds on to you.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm not much of a military buff, but I love the flying in all of Mr. Coonts' books. This book moved well and was excellently descriptive of the machinations of the military complex as it faces new challenges in the 21st century. The flying descriptions were very realistic.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I can't say more than 5 stars. This book contains almost everyone I love to read and then was introduced to ones that I've never even thought of but becoming a fast favorite. I loved the twist and turns from Coonts. Any red blooded, apple pie eating American can fight for a cause like killing big bad terrorist. Even though they were kinda tricked into it. The one from D. Brown... Can't get enough of the men and women from Dreamland, and it's great to have both Gen. Elliot and Gen. Ormack for another round. Muck and Wendy were great as usual. It's nice to see great characters develop in time but I do miss the dead characters that give their lives for freedom and for their crew. James Cobb, awesome. Can't say enough of the fast pace, highly mobile, agile, and extremely hostile Armored Cavalry. Only one wish of vanity, where or what happened to Capt. Amanda Garrett. Would have love to have read about her and her next adventures into stealth hover crafts. Larry Bond, well he just takes you into a new frontier. Just like Vortex and Phoenix, great material. As for the rest, Coyle, Hagbert, Ing, Peters, Pineiro, Tillman, I'm still working on it. But I just wanted to pass along a in progress report on this great compliation. Just GREAT.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ten stories, ten authors, over a thousand pages. A couple of stories I read straight through because they were so gripping . I was impressed with the diversity of storylines and perspectives of the authors. Most of the authors were new to me and I plan to read more of their books...Bob Hammer