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When superpowers collide a single shot can ignite a global disaster. Will the Ukrainian conflict start WWIII? Barely settled into the White House, the new American President is faced with a choice. With the smartest military advisers by his side, and the Joint Chiefs prepared for war, he must give the order. Who will he listen to? Whats the correct move? In Moscow, the memory of When superpowers collide… …a single shot can ignite a global disaster. Will the Ukrainian conflict start WWIII? Barely settled into the White House, the new American President is faced with a choice. With the smartest military advisers by his side, and the Joint Chiefs prepared for war, he must give the order. Who will he listen to? What’s the correct move? In Moscow, the memory of the long winter never fades. The Ukraine is key to the Kremlin’s plans and the Americans are meddling where they don’t belong. This chess match will change the world. Never has technology been so advanced. But that alone won’t win the day. If you enjoy force-on-force battles filled with hair raising action, you’ll be hooked from the start. It will keep you turning the pages because everyone loves an edge of your seat thriller. Get it now. The Red Storm Series is best enjoyed when read in the correct order as each book builds on the previous work. Reading order: Book 1: Battlefield Ukraine Book 2: Battlefield Korea Book 3: Battlefield Taiwan Book 4: Battlefield Pacific Book 5: Battlefield Russia Book 6: Battlefield China *When you buy a book written by Rosone and Watson, they have chosen to donate a portion of the proceeds to help support the following organizations: Tunnel to Towers Foundation, Operation Underground Railroad, and Charity: Water.


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When superpowers collide a single shot can ignite a global disaster. Will the Ukrainian conflict start WWIII? Barely settled into the White House, the new American President is faced with a choice. With the smartest military advisers by his side, and the Joint Chiefs prepared for war, he must give the order. Who will he listen to? Whats the correct move? In Moscow, the memory of When superpowers collide… …a single shot can ignite a global disaster. Will the Ukrainian conflict start WWIII? Barely settled into the White House, the new American President is faced with a choice. With the smartest military advisers by his side, and the Joint Chiefs prepared for war, he must give the order. Who will he listen to? What’s the correct move? In Moscow, the memory of the long winter never fades. The Ukraine is key to the Kremlin’s plans and the Americans are meddling where they don’t belong. This chess match will change the world. Never has technology been so advanced. But that alone won’t win the day. If you enjoy force-on-force battles filled with hair raising action, you’ll be hooked from the start. It will keep you turning the pages because everyone loves an edge of your seat thriller. Get it now. The Red Storm Series is best enjoyed when read in the correct order as each book builds on the previous work. Reading order: Book 1: Battlefield Ukraine Book 2: Battlefield Korea Book 3: Battlefield Taiwan Book 4: Battlefield Pacific Book 5: Battlefield Russia Book 6: Battlefield China *When you buy a book written by Rosone and Watson, they have chosen to donate a portion of the proceeds to help support the following organizations: Tunnel to Towers Foundation, Operation Underground Railroad, and Charity: Water.

30 review for Battlefield Ukraine

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tom

    I usually just rate on Goodreads and do my reviews(when I feel the need for them) on Amazon, where I have kindle unlimited and do most of my buying. In this case I'll make an exception. It's Terrible. Waste of money. I want mine back. Wooden, robotic characters who talk (and even think) like they are reading from a script produced by 5th graders. No real story line. More of an account by people whose politics make them write about how they wish this conflict would go.Wrong on equipment, I usually just rate on Goodreads and do my reviews(when I feel the need for them) on Amazon, where I have kindle unlimited and do most of my buying. In this case I'll make an exception. It's Terrible. Waste of money. I want mine back. Wooden, robotic characters who talk (and even think) like they are reading from a script produced by 5th graders. No real story line. More of an account by people whose politics make them write about how they wish this conflict would go.Wrong on equipment, unbelievable on strategy and tactics. To add insult to injury the Americans are portrayed as vicious, arrogant and militarily inept, while the Russians are portrayed as reasonable, victimized, freedom fighters with much smarter leadership and better soldiers. To add to the weakness, the battle scenes are poorly written, scarcely believable, short and glossed over. My worst purchase in a long time, and I read a lot.

  2. 4 out of 5

    David Dalton

    A poor man's version of Red Storm Rising (Tom Clancy). Sorry for the comparisons to Clancy, but a novel set up like this is asking to be compared to Red Storm Rising. If Red Storm Rising was an "A" level and written for adults, then Battlefield Ukraine would be a "C" level and seems to be written for 9th or 10th graders. A writing technique that I disliked and it is used throughout this book is when the authors express the characters thoughts as in "What in the world is going on? I cannot believe A poor man's version of Red Storm Rising (Tom Clancy). Sorry for the comparisons to Clancy, but a novel set up like this is asking to be compared to Red Storm Rising. If Red Storm Rising was an "A" level and written for adults, then Battlefield Ukraine would be a "C" level and seems to be written for 9th or 10th graders. A writing technique that I disliked and it is used throughout this book is when the authors express the characters thoughts as in "What in the world is going on? I cannot believe the President would do this". They do this over and over. That is how the books progresses. The writing seems very simplistic to me. Not sure if the authors are American or Russian or what. They sure portray American and NATO troops as pretty naïve and incompetent. They have the Americans ill prepared for a war and falling for every trick in the book. I spent 21 years in the Coast Guard and Army, and never saw troops this ill prepared for battle. And no real ending...I guess a plot device to set up book 2 in this series. Not sure I want to go on. From the authors point of view: America is weak, America has no back bone, and can't fight worth beans. Maybe this will be a big seller over in Russia.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michael Shaughnessy

    Ripped from headlines Enjoyed this book. Reminds me of red storm rising. High praise indeed. Well written, very good pace. Very logical escalation of hostilities. Pretty much a take on today's geopolitics.

  4. 5 out of 5

    neil fowler

    Red storm indeed What a pace this runs at, drags you into the action immediately. I must say as good as the original red storm rising . See if this continues with the rest of the series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chinto Karateka

    Good read with realistic impressions of combat. The story is realistic and reminiscent or current happenings. The combat is believable, characters good. It's a good read! I do Recomend it as good military fiction

  6. 4 out of 5

    martin benfield

    Fantastic fiction !!! This is a great read, it is very much like Tom Clancy's thrillers and the battle sequences are awesome. I highly recommend this book to all fans of military and political techno thrillers.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Keegan

    Battlefield Ukraine What a brilliant book I congratulate the authors on there military and political knowledge it's a book you just can't leave down can't wait to see how sergeant Childers gets on I hope the next edition is out soon

  8. 5 out of 5

    Joe Greene

    Great book It's great to see the old protagonists going at it again. Realistic and very readable, can't wait for the next instalment.

  9. 5 out of 5

    FRANK GONZALEZ

    Second read Your novel is excellent, only suggestion NEVER call a Marine a "SOLDIER", nothing personal server with both. To the lay person it's no big deal, to a Marine it's a SIN.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Chaplain Stanley Chapin

    Exexcellent It is right on with the late and current news and political activity. The almost reality of it is scary.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Glenn W Simpson

    Good fast read. Not as good as clancy' s red storm rising. But good on its own. Bought part two to read next. Hopefully it will be better then part one. Good handle on weapon systems generally but not tanks.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cealicu Alexandru

    Excellent premise. Politically motivated BS spoils it all. I really wanted to give ir a try. I mean ok - the author thinks geopolitics is boooring. I can live with that, I said to myself... But boy oh boy - did thia turn into a trumptasy... I mean there's just so many things wrong with this book that I shouldn't waste my time reviwing it. I'll do it though to spare others from wasting hard earned cash. A Big Mac will give you more satisfaction, even if you're a veggie. - political hack. Tr.. Excellent premise. Politically motivated BS spoils it all. I really wanted to give ir a try. I mean ok - the author thinks geopolitics is boooring. I can live with that, I said to myself... But boy oh boy - did thia turn into a trumptasy... I mean there's just so many things wrong with this book that I shouldn't waste my time reviwing it. I'll do it though to spare others from wasting hard earned cash. A Big Mac will give you more satisfaction, even if you're a veggie. - political hack. Tr.. Sorry, Erm... Gates. Yes, the president of US. He's what a trump fanboy would dream of Trump being. It's so ridiculous that it's acrually funny. - NO chatacter development. I mean it. NONE. Not even Put... Sorry, Petrov or Tr.. Sorry avain, Gates. - The authors believes that geopolitics means hammering in the idea that Russia was encroached by NATO (and that NATO broke the agreement made by allowing es Warsow Paxt countries). This is literally it. You'll be reminded of this every other chapter. Heck, Gates, being super Tr.. Sorry. Super Gates, is reminded at least twice. I guess it's only fair, since he is inadvertently potraied as a lobotomized cartoon monkey. - I am no expert in mil tech or strategy or tactics or whatever. But I recommend the author a super mega cool invention. Google. Really, please do some research instead of throwing epithets around to cover for a serious lack of research. - The Russians are all god and dandy. Oh.. And they fuckin' drink vodka ALL THE time. Really? WTF!!! I have no love for Russia or Russians, but having Generals sipping vodka all the time while planning a fuckin' World War is insulting. - Fanboy Trump (yeah... I quit calling the fictional US president Gates as the author doesn't even try to hide the parallels...) is like sooo much of a vixtim. Blame the media. Conspiracy. Leakers. Intelligence apparatus wants him to fail. Blame Obama (not joking. The author really pulls this shit). Whatever you can think of - it's here. Fox News style. - Whoopy doo. Boom. Crrack. More booom. Fuck, why use words to describe an explosions when you can have like SPECIAL EFFECTS! - Did you know that the Su (whatever... 35 i think) has better armor than the A10? No? Well, this is tour lucky day. You will read this. Again. And again. And again. Like many other stuff, relevant or not, it's not enough to read it once and maybe hinted at it one more time. No... You NEED TO GET IT! - Stephen Bannon & Co "trump" DIA/CIA/NSA specialists. 'Nuff said. - Please... Use your cash to wipe your ass with it and then chew the bills. Or coins, whatever you fancy. You'll get more out of it than this pollitically biased crap.

  13. 4 out of 5

    dennis barron

    Battlefield Ukraine. James Rosone The introduction to this book brings to the surface a very interesting point. It didn't really matter who won the recent presidential election. Whoever the victor was they would be crucified relentlessly by there detractors. The new president, POTUS is a political novice. Good intentions. Who can he trust? Leaks in every facet of security in our government need to be eliminated. Russia is posturing in the Ukraine. Will POTUS back down? Russia gives an Ultimatum Battlefield Ukraine. James Rosone The introduction to this book brings to the surface a very interesting point. It didn't really matter who won the recent presidential election. Whoever the victor was they would be crucified relentlessly by there detractors. The new president, POTUS is a political novice. Good intentions. Who can he trust? Leaks in every facet of security in our government need to be eliminated. Russia is posturing in the Ukraine. Will POTUS back down? Russia gives an Ultimatum for us to withdraw our military. They don't honor the time period and strike prematurely and convincingly. Our military and NATO forces are losing badly. Our current strategy is in disarray. This is a very believable and what if scenario. All of the political players in this book have very strong resemblances to current leaders An excellent and thought provoking read . I highly recommend.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Justin Forsyth

    Okay story, but laughable when it comes to illustrating a Trump like president As the title says the story overall not bad- it won't get your heart racing or anything like that. Biggest complaint so far is the very realistic parallels it draws from the 2016 election. I would say this is the most flattering allusion to Trump I have ever seen. Far from the decisive, level headed, and strategic thinker they allude Trump to be. The book would have been more enjoyable if they just went with a Okay story, but laughable when it comes to illustrating a Trump like president As the title says the story overall not bad- it won't get your heart racing or anything like that. Biggest complaint so far is the very realistic parallels it draws from the 2016 election. I would say this is the most flattering allusion to Trump I have ever seen. Far from the decisive, level headed, and strategic thinker they allude Trump to be. The book would have been more enjoyable if they just went with a fictional president that wasn't so clearly based on an illusion of what the authors believe Trump to be. In all fairness this is a fictional book so if your going to allude to Trump being a decisive, level headed, and strategic minded president the authors picked the right category.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Karen L. Ivey

    Disappointing Dogmatic use of a President Trump like figure (which the author admits is Trump essentially) to save everyone from the hundreds of incompetent professionals in the military and intelligence leadership. Propaganda in the form of narrative historical fiction. Hard to stomach. Disappointing Dogmatic use of a President “Trump” like figure (which the author admits is Trump essentially) to save everyone from the hundreds of “incompetent” professionals in the military and intelligence leadership. Propaganda in the form of narrative historical fiction. Hard to stomach.

  16. 5 out of 5

    MARTIN WITHERS

    Terrific book highly recommended This is one of the best techno thrillers I have ever read. Very believable plot plus great characters make this book a winner.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tony Parsons

    7/2017, Kharkiv, Ukraine Petro Kolomoisky had finished working at the steel mill. Generations of his family had done the same. Freedom Square. Petro met Andriy (Petros BMF) & they both had stopped to eat at 1 of the food vendors. Their discussion was what might happen at the political rally. Ukraine did not want to be part of the EU. President Yanukovych had been removed from office. Oleksandr Prasolov (husband/father, deputy minister, London School of Economics, MS; Econ) was the go-between 7/2017, Kharkiv, Ukraine Petro Kolomoisky had finished working at the steel mill. Generations of his family had done the same. Freedom Square. Petro met Andriy (Petro’s BMF) & they both had stopped to eat at 1 of the food vendors. Their discussion was what might happen at the political rally. Ukraine did not want to be part of the EU. President Yanukovych had been removed from office. Oleksandr Prasolov (husband/father, deputy minister, London School of Economics, MS; Econ) was the go-between Russia/ECU & the political rally rouser. Kiev, Ukraine. Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman would not tolerate this type of behavior. Colonel Petr Croski was ordered the Anti-Terrorism Unit (ATU) to control the protestors. Major Dimitri Dremov was under his command. Oleksandr had been assassinated. Petro, & Andriy were frantic & running for their lives. Andriy did not survive. Freedom Square Massacre. 28 protestors had been killed, & 112 were taken to the hospital. 200 had been arrested. 8/6/2017, Donetsk People's Republic Donetsk, Ukraine underground bunker. What were Prime Minister Alexander Zakharchenko, Igor Bezler, & Governor Taras Kolomoisky discussing? President Vladimir Petrov, Secretary of Defense Sergei Shoygu, Colonel General Boris Egorkin (Russian Army), & Foreign Minister Dmitry Kozlov were having an urgent meeting. Operation Red Storm had been put into motion. Washington, D.C. White House, Oval Office. President Gates was meeting with Senator Jim McGregor from AZ), Senator Benjamin Grandy (SC), Senator Levi Leibowitz (NY), & Senator Timothy Warbler (VA) to discuss what to about the latest possible Russian threat. Sr. advisor Stephen Saunders, Chief of Staff Ishaan Patel, General Joe Hillman (Chairman of the Joint Chiefs), NSA Tom McMillan (retired General), Secretary of Defense James Castle, & Travis Johnson were briefed about the meeting. What was Carl Wiggins (medical discharge US Army, NSA Russian specialist) up to? Operation Reforger had been put into motion. Another US/Russia land, air, & sea War had begun. How will it end? I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review, only an honest one. All thoughts & opinions are entirely my own. A very awesome book cover, & great font/writing style. A very well written political/military thriller book. It was very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a huge set of unique characters to keep track of. This could also make another great political/military thriller movie, or better yet a mini TV series. A very easy rating of 5 stars. Thank you for the free Instafreebie; Author; PDF book Tony Parsons (Washburn; MSW)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Drew

    Mixed Bag It sort of seems to me that Saunders, his side- kick, and the the 3 man secret FBI team all ought to be charged with 1000s of counts of, like, criminally negligent homicide. They knew a deep cover Russian agent was tipping off the Russian military, yet they wait 5 days to let POTUS/the Joint Chiefs, etc know. All the while, they heroically decide to have the NSA Director fired, charged with treason, and perp walked for the same brazen dereliction of duty and basic abandonment of human Mixed Bag It sort of seems to me that Saunders, his side- kick, and the the 3 man secret FBI team all ought to be charged with 1000’s of counts of, like, criminally negligent homicide. They knew a deep cover Russian agent was tipping off the Russian military, yet they wait 5 days to let POTUS/the Joint Chiefs, etc know. All the while, they heroically decide to have the NSA Director fired, charged with treason, and perp walked for the same brazen dereliction of duty and basic abandonment of human morals. The obvious assumption is that the NSA Director’s real crime is being a hold-over from the previous administration. This is just one example of how ridiculously silly the political bent of this book is. It’s a semi-dystopian, wet dream version of a vindicated Trump Administration, where Democrats are dangerously incompetent to outright seditious, and the media are “wolves.” POTUS, of course, is the shining light in a morass of, essentially, government wide gross incompetence. On the other hand, the technical and battle aspects were interesting and well written.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lee

    A good read that follows in the footsteps/style of " Tom Clancey", as most military fiction does now. I especially like the depiction of the highest level politicians and military's tendency for self serving 'Group Think' and CYA. Bringing up the point that the US Ground Forces have lost focus on traditional Force on Force Operations is a valid discussion. The way that lower levels of the military were described were a little stilted and stereotypical. Technically I found the weapon A good read that follows in the footsteps/style of " Tom Clancey", as most military fiction does now. I especially like the depiction of the highest level politicians and military's tendency for self serving 'Group Think' and CYA. Bringing up the point that the US Ground Forces have lost focus on traditional Force on Force Operations is a valid discussion. The way that lower levels of the military were described were a little stilted and stereotypical. Technically I found the weapon systems/platforms effectiveness/lethality well researched. I do think the odds were slightly tilted in favor of the Russians, but that may just be bias on my part. Also, I think the timeline for US reinforcement was a little short based on my experience with deploying the entire 101st Division to Germany during a REFORAGER exercise and the 82d Divisions deployment during Gulf War I. Despite these minor issues I found this an entertaining and enlightening read and recommend it to anyone interested in Military Issues.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Charles Nordstrom

    This is an action packed, page turner of a book. The author masterfully combines current events with a great imagination to create what can be called alternative history (which I hope it is) by some, but a prophetic warning by others. It is, in the end, a cautionary tale, a great yarn spun by a master story teller in the tradition of a Tom Clancy. It is said that Tom Clancy was once called in by the Department of Defense who thought he was accessing secret information because of the technology This is an action packed, page turner of a book. The author masterfully combines current events with a great imagination to create what can be called alternative history (which I hope it is) by some, but a prophetic warning by others. It is, in the end, a cautionary tale, a great yarn spun by a master story teller in the tradition of a Tom Clancy. It is said that Tom Clancy was once called in by the Department of Defense who thought he was accessing secret information because of the technology he created in his novels. I wonder if James Rosone could get the same invitation. He has written a novel that speculates, in some ways, the potential consequences of an administration that sacrificed strength for comity. In a world of nation predators, weakness invites attack just as it does in the animal kingdom. For those who like the intrigues of diplomacy, the darkness of espionage, and the action packed excitement of battle, this is a book for you.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michael Hobson

    Best military techno thriller I've read since Tom Clancy. If you love your techno military books then you're going to love this. The premise behind the story is clever without being overly so. It uses real events as a backdrop and builds up to the war in a chillingly believable manner. The actual battle scenes are well written and show a good understanding of modern warfare. The actual story moves at a fast pace without moving too quickly. Allowing the reader to keep up with the story and the Best military techno thriller I've read since Tom Clancy. If you love your techno military books then you're going to love this. The premise behind the story is clever without being overly so. It uses real events as a backdrop and builds up to the war in a chillingly believable manner. The actual battle scenes are well written and show a good understanding of modern warfare. The actual story moves at a fast pace without moving too quickly. Allowing the reader to keep up with the story and the events rather than being overwhelmed like some other modern techno thrillers can do. The main character are reasonably well written. However, my one complaint is that they do seem to be a little one dimensional in places. But this is a minor quibble and does not detract from the book. If you like Tom Clancy's Red Storm Rising etc you will enjoy this.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Nick

    Absolutely fantastic book and makes the Kindle Unlimited fee worth it alone! I learned about the Cold War through Tom Clancy. I devoured his novels but they also acted as a gateway and encouraged me to seek out further reading on soviet politics, weapons systems etc. For post 2001 less so, but Vince Flynn (RIP) was my novelist of choice. I really enjoyed reading Andrew Watts The War Planners series this year and this book is certainly up there with them, if not surpassing it. I loved reading about Absolutely fantastic book and makes the Kindle Unlimited fee worth it alone! I learned about the Cold War through Tom Clancy. I devoured his novels but they also acted as a gateway and encouraged me to seek out further reading on soviet politics, weapons systems etc. For post 2001 less so, but Vince Flynn (RIP) was my novelist of choice. I really enjoyed reading Andrew Watts’ ‘The War Planners’ series this year and this book is certainly up there with them, if not surpassing it. I loved reading about Ukraine, the weapons systems, the tactics, Gates as Trump...so much in the book to recommend it. I am in a hotel with dodgy WiFi but i am going to try and figure out how to connect the kindle so I can download the next in the series!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jase

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I dont know why I even bothered to finish this book. This is less a Tom Clancy-esque techno-thriller and much more like a Red Hat polemic; replete with the intelligence community "conspiring with the media" to undermine Trumerr, Gates credibility, and how "leaks" to promote Russian influence in the 2016 election were really set it motion by a shadowy cabal of Chinese, Russian, and American (((DEEP STATE)))-types. Even the character names are thinly-veiled references to contemporary political I don’t know why I even bothered to finish this book. This is less a Tom Clancy-esque techno-thriller and much more like a Red Hat polemic; replete with the intelligence community "conspiring with the media" to undermine Trum—err, Gates’ credibility, and how "leaks" to promote Russian influence in the 2016 election were really set it motion by a shadowy cabal of Chinese, Russian, and American (((DEEP STATE)))-types. Even the character names are thinly-veiled references to contemporary political figureheads, even going so far as to have the president of the United States preening at the idea of arresting Democratic politicians, perp-walking then in front of the cameras, and charging them and their accomplices with treason. Stick to military fiction and keep the Red Hats out of it.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    This is one of those titles where I just couldnt get into it the author couldnt grab my attention, primarily because it goes on and on and on explaining the situation without much dialogue in what seemed like an attempt to fill up the page (kind of like the length of this sentence) and I stopped reading it at the 7% mark on my Kindle. I think the author also needs to learn about the different calibers of rifles and the modern NATO inventory before writing about them as they just dont exist. This is one of those titles where I just couldn’t get into it – the author couldn’t grab my attention, primarily because it goes on and on and on explaining the “situation” without much dialogue in what seemed like an attempt to fill up the page (kind of like the length of this sentence) and I stopped reading it at the 7% mark on my Kindle. I think the author also needs to learn about the different calibers of rifles and the modern NATO inventory before writing about them as they just don’t exist. Luckily, I picked this up with my Kindle Unlimited subscription vs. paying the $4.95 Kindle price. I would give this one a wide pass.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ben

    Not well written Not sure why some are commenting so positively about this new series. While the basic concepts are good, the writing reads like someone walking through a PowerPoint presentation. The authors seem to prefer multiple sentences where one well crafted one would be more informative and interesting. There are many other well written, fast-paced books that have been published in the past few years that show how amateurish this series is. If you want well written, plausible, good books Not well written Not sure why some are commenting so positively about this new series. While the basic concepts are good, the writing reads like someone walking through a PowerPoint presentation. The authors seem to prefer multiple sentences where one well crafted one would be more informative and interesting. There are many other well written, fast-paced books that have been published in the past few years that show how amateurish this series is. If you want well written, plausible, good books on the basic premise, pick up the books by Sharra, Larry Bond, Martin Archer, Andy Farman and others - even Clancy (his own).

  26. 5 out of 5

    D. E.

    A JR. Modern War Novel (FAR - 1)/As NATO Russian Conflict JR. has. penned a war novel from news on the front pages of our newspapers. Russia declared each in the Ukraine political confrontation between the two countries. The Ukraine is supported by the NATO forces to help against Russia. Unbeknownst to the NATO forces is the collaboration between China and Russia to create a military imbalance in their objectives. World domination. This is an excellent read for the genre.....DEHS

  27. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    Outstanding book. Very well done. This is the best I've read (even better than) Tom Clancy's Red Storm Rising. I've waited a long time to ready a military techno-thriller like this one. Well researched and credible. It's even more enjoyable having Wikipedia and Youtube close by (to research weapons and tactics), as well as Google Maps (to put the geography into the proper perspective). The Red Storm Series is the best in a very long time! A must-read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bookbear

    Not so great. The book is crowded with two dimensional people, there's too much jumping around, with new people all the time. Certainly this is a large scale war, but the reader doesn't have time to get friendly with the protagonists and one just doesn't connect to anyone and rally for them. Here one can see clearly one of the reasons why Red Storm Rising by Clancy is such a hit. Well, I finished it, that's something. Not going to get the second part.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Steven Hatfield

    Excellent Read Extremely Well Presented Boy oh Boy I think you have woven a grasp of world political affairs inside of a very very interesting story This was a do not put down book for me to read. I work with a lot of Ukrainian Construction workers in a Near Eastern Country I am going to pass on this book to a few .I am very curious to see what the feed back will be. Thank You and Excellent Work good luck with the healing process brother Thanks Steven

  30. 4 out of 5

    Robert Gurin

    This book was downright frightening. The plot is so plausible I was having difficulty maintaining the distinction between the daily news reflected in reality and the events in the book. Although it starts out a bit slowly as the author sets up the sequence of events leading up to a war between Russia and the US being fought in Ukraine, the action picks up and the book becomes hard to set down. The story continues in Battlefield series (Korea, Taiwan, and Pacific0. Recommend them all

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