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Download Tiger's Claw Unabridged CD eBook
ISBN:
0062120484
Author:
William Dufris,Dale Brown
Category:
Thrillers & Suspense
Language:
English
Publisher:
HarperAu; Unabridged edition (September 4, 2012)
EPUB book:
1966 kb
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1864 kb
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1898 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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858


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Former Air Force captain and New York Times bestselling author Dale Brown is an acknowledged master when it comes to bringing military action to breathtaking life and he has received glowing accolades since his debut publication, Flight of the Old Dog. Tiger’s Claw proves once again that every rave has been well deserved. Set in the near future, Tiger’s Claw imagines a scenario in which tensions escalate between an economically powerful China and a United States weakened by a massive economic downfall, bringing the two superpowers to the brink of total destruction. Brown’s popular protagonist, retired Air Force lieutenant-general Patrick McLanahan (of A Time for Patriots, Rogue Forces, and other Brown bestsellers), is back and preparing for the impending apocalyptic clash of men and military technology. The incomparable Dale Brown scores again with a frighteningly possible story of war and global politics that’s ideal for fans of Vince Flynn and Brad Thor.

  • Beardana
I must at the book plays a little too close to real life than I would like. I must admit I have not read the prior books in this series. As I was reading about the coup in China we were reading in the news that a US drone had been captured and was being returned to the US by China. I have read other of Dale Brown's books and enjoyed them as well. For a non-military person the weaponry details were a bit much but for anyone reading the book who actually knows one missile type form another it is probably more fun. Surface to air and air to air, I get but the alphabet/number sequences made it hard to distinguish one from the other. That being said, I thoroughly enjoyed the types of weaponry available to both sides of this conflict.
  • Vrion
Having read everything Dale Brown has written or collaborated on, I found this book to be his most dissatisfying. I'm not going to put any spoilers in here, but as usual, tech is his strong suit. But there are quite a few holes that leave the reader wondering, "What about the (insert skirmish here)?" For example, the book leaves out some important details about the political fallout that would result from the downing of a helicopter that contained a survivor of another air attack. There are other similar omissions. And the bottom totally drops out of the climax--it just seems as if Mr. Brown just got tired of writing it, or was up against a deadline, and couldn't finish what should have been fairly simple for such an accomplished writer. Pretty satisfied with most of the book, but quite disappointed with the ending. Not sure I'll follow this line any further.
  • Yozshujind
As usual, these characters are as real as it gets. I would love to spend a week in D Brown's head. Can you imagine all the stories in there just wanting to get out! I'm always ready for the fast paced, action filled wild ride inside one of his tales. This one is no exception, but it is exceptionable.
  • Cezel
Wow, what a ride. Bazaar and weird. Off the charts in some ways, but prophetic in others. Brown spent too much time filling the reader with technical specs that added nothing to the story. I frankly don't know why he did it. I was not impressed. I acknowledge the audacity of the Chinese and only hope that the author doesn't know something I don't know. Finally, there was little depth to the characters, so it didn't matter much when they didn't make it. I felt no attachment. Let me add: I have written five novels; two were aerospace oriented -- one was about an airline disaster; the other about the stealth aircraft. Neither of them filled the readers heads with so much technical jargon that they were lost in the details.
  • Tamesya
I'm not a big fan of Dale's "ghost writer" as he wrests the storyline away from what was extremely successful in earlier novels in favor of adopting the classified "star wars" (I use the expression reluctantly) ways of tracking people and conducting "civilized" warfare. Dale, turn back to the first 18 novels and build upon them.

For instance, Ray Rubio has played a major role in several novels but instead of letting the storyline evolve around his replacement when he retires, the storyline picks up with Ray Rubio running his own company-something that I as a reader have no interest in since it detracts from the novel. I would have preferred the ghostwriter mention it in passing rather than spending the better part of the last two novels trying to develop a possible storyline with which to branch off from the main theme. Perhaps things will get better with the next novel-but I doubt it unless Dale takes control!
  • Anarasida
I was so disappointed with this book. It began well and kept my attention having attributes of earlier books. It seemed like the ending was just rushed out just to finish the book. Had good detail but lost its way to finish things off. Just anti climatically
Ended what could have finished things as he used too like use fifty pages instead of five pages to close things out. I have read every Dale Brown book I could find. Guess I'll have to find another for my military action.
  • Nikobar
After reading this novel, I went to the local newspaper and thought that Dale Brown wrote the copy!!! The conflict between the USA and China on the South China Sea was being chronicled. It was like Dale had an inside line to the State Department. I enjoyed the detailed and authentic descriptions Dale Brown always applies to his work. The "insights" into the workings of the Communist leadership in China are probably not too far from the real situation there! Having served in the Air Force, I know the narrow line between and "accidental" and an "aggressive" contact. Brown plays that frustrating and dangerous line very well. If you enjoy technical detail and the manipulation of global strategy join me in reading "Tiger's Claw."
I actually haven't finished this yet, so no fear I will reveal the ending. If only their were enough time in the day, I would do nothing but read until I finished this book. Like all of Dale Brown's book, this is a page turner, filled with technical detail.

This adventure has China deciding that no warships can pass through the South China sea, without meeting Chinese approval, and that no submarines can use it at all. This is possible because of a Chinese military coup d'etat. Tiger's Claw refers to a new weapon they have.

I won't go into more detail, because I don't want to ruin it for Dale Brown fans,The Bargain Hunter's eBay Guide like me.