The world’s attention is focused on the historic plans of the U.S. and Iranian presidents to lay down their swords. But on the African continent, one man holds the power to obliterate the peace by unleashing terror and global chaos - and no one sees it coming.
Hiding behind the bloody madness of tribal warfare in the Horn of Africa, Iranian functionary-turned-fanatic Bani Aberhadji has achieved the impossible - single-handedly creating a vast, invisible network dedicated to the construction, delivery, and detonation of a nuclear nightmare. Only by chance are American agents now learning of its existence, and it may already be too late.
Born from the ashes of Dreamland, the covert strike force Whiplash is armed and ready to spring into action - led by Dreamland veterans Danny Freah and former ace pilot, now Washington insider, Breanna Stockard. But Aberhadji’s web of death is wide and well concealed...and the doomsday clock is ticking.
©2009 Dale Brown and Jim DeFelice (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I liked the character Danny in the early Dreamland books
Danny, hard charging and flawed
Didn't like the fact this book jumped into the future, since I was on book 10 of Dreamland, that was in 1998. Whiplash jumped to 2012 I believe, that was a surprised I didn't like.
This book was a huge disappointment. I have read all the Dreamland books before this and everyone had me interested start to finish. This book literally made me fall asleep several times. Its set about 15 years after the events in Romania from the last book. The main characters we all know and love are now gone. Zen and Brianna are no longer pilots and have a kid. Dog is mentioned a couple times in passing but thats it. The book is focused, rather poorly, on a new Whiplash team led by Danny Freah, no Megafortress or ANY dreamland tech for that matter. Unfortunately I will not read the rest of the series and I am VERY disappointed by that.
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