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Warrior Class

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A book by Dale Brown

Brown's raw enthusiasm for the nuts and bolts of military hardware still courses through his gung-ho renditions of the fictional air adventures of the U.S. armed forces (Battle Born; The Tin Man; etc.). Here, in Brown's 13th thriller, he offers up another … see full wiki

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Author: Dale Brown
Publisher: Putnam Adult
1 review about Warrior Class

Brown maintains his mastery

  • Jun 4, 2001
Rating:
+5
"Warrior Class" is Brown at his best.This is one of those rare novels that forces me to put work deadlines aside and forget about sleep. Having read his previous 12 titles, the characters seemed like old friends and even a few enemies. One of Brown's great gifts is transparently overcoming your credulity, so you accept without notice the occasional flight into another universe. Brown uses one device repeatedly to give his "white hat" characters a human side while relentlessly destroying the enemies of humanity: continual thoughts of and flashbacks to spouses, children, family, all those things that make us melt. The bad guys, of course, never think this way: they just plain enjoy murder and mayhem. Makes no difference to me because Brown's depictions of military action in the air are superb. Hard to believe in this era when wars are fought for real on your TV screen, that any author can get your pulse and to beat faster, but this is precisely what Brown does. He's a great writer of military adventures. Put "Warrior Class" on your reading list - and consider his other 12 books as well.

Jerry

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