Hidden in the Nevada desert is America’s most advanced aerospace weapons-testing facility. Dreamland is the place where the nation’s top minds come to develop artillery and aircraft that push beyond the cutting edge. And where the Air Force’s top guns come to test them – on the front lines of a new era in warfare…
As politicians push for more budget cuts, Colonel “Dog” Bastian must do what he can to salvage a key experimental program known as ANTARES - a method of merging electronic data with a pilot’s natural senses. In need of quick results, a test pilot is hooked into the system - a system that allows him to operate several planes at once directly from his brain. But when he can no longer distinguish reality from computer-induced delusions, Dreamland’s worst nightmare comes to life.
©2002 Dale Brown and Jim Defilice (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
“Few novelists can craft an aerial battle scene more strategically than former U.S. Air Force Captain Brown, and he and DeFelice are in fine form here.” (Publishers Weekly)
Not the best Dale Brown book, but again this is Dale Brown we are talking about. It still kept me wanting to read more!!! Thanks Dale!! Now onto Razor's Edge......
5 stars - Outstanding in its own right! 4 stars - Really Great & Entertaining! 3 stars - A decent, well spent listen. 2 stars - OK, but could have skipped this one. 1 stars - I'm just being nice here.
So I rate this book higher because of the fact that I am already expecting some good story at the onset. His other writings are stronger, and yes, I loved his Razor's Edge, his earlier book Pirahna and Revolution and Strike Zone. This one, Nerve Center, wasn't as grand as all the others, but I did enjoy his writings and listening to Jim DeFelice as always. Typically a romance thriller lover, my brothers persuaded me to give these series a chance, and I am glad I did!
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