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You are in the Greece store Not in Greece? Rating details. Sort order. Mar 20, John Lomnicki, rated it liked it. OK, the book was enjoyable, but written in , it left out a lot of detail. It was interesting and I finished it because I wanted to see the ending. I will probably not read another in the series. Jun 30, Charles Owen rated it it was ok.
This was a very interesting book to read. On the one hand, I was engrossed by the plot and narrative. It has a very cinematic style which I enjoy and it's all action, no love stories, extensive backgrounds, etc.
Even then, the characters are interesting and well developed, especially when you consider the quantity of them, though some were dumped as the story developed. However, this book has lots of blatant errors and got less believable as it progressed. The loss of an important submarine comm This was a very interesting book to read. The loss of an important submarine communications system is forgotten, the Arizona is said to have been sunk by Kamikazes, submarines diving below the thermocline layer IN PEARL HARBOR, a submarine pushing the wreck of the Arizona, and lots of other stupid errors detract from the narrative.
There are even many spelling and grammar errors. Then, there are the huge errors, like the idea that we would not attack enemy aircraft over any of Hawaii because of the potential for collateral damage, preferring to relinquish air superiority to the enemy, that Hawaii seems to consist of only one island, or that we would allow attacking ships to sit right off shore launching an aerial assault and potentially an invasion without dumping a bunch of Harpoons into them. Worst of all, you are set up for a big strategic solution for the problem that never gets presented.
The implied solution is so ludicrous that nobody would ever believe it. The book seems to end suddenly without providing you the punch you expected. You leave feeling like there is something yet to come that we are missing. I actually was thumbing back to try to figure out what I might have missed. This book has a great idea, a new attack of Pearl Harbor with an occupation, taking advantage of the overconfidence that seeps back in over time.
With a bit of background that was not included , it could have had as much plausibility as the idea that Argentina might attack a British Island which it did.
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But, that was not there, so you wonder just why any of this is happening. Even then, I could have ignored that had the book's approach to the battle made any sense. One other major complaint about this book is that all action is local and seems small. Carodine was to be assigned new duties. Northern European Force after All now seemingly allocated to United States Tenth Fleet. United States Naval Forces Germany , —45, and possibly afterwards. Joint Task Force JTF This joint task force drew from the Atlantic Fleet, U. Army airborne and air assault units, U.
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