Well written and narrated. The author's ability to articulate naval tactics is without peer in this genre. However, it is unfortunate that the author is an obvious advocate of "Just War" theory. No warrior could possibly understand or consider the moral qualms contemplated by the protagonist. When a free people go to war in order to protect their liberty, the price the enemy pays is irrelevant.
What a tremendous Objectivist PJ could be............
Audible requires 15 words, if I fully explained, it would require 15,000
If you've ever had a fantasy about being a great astronomer this book will give you ample fodder for your imagination.
A "must read" for anyone who believes that the the only moral purpose of government is to protect individual rights.In other words, for anyone who believes in the founding principles of the United States.
Ms. Kelo is a hero and the author does a fantastic job of telling her story.The reader is also worthy of praise.
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