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4.0 out of 5 starsSatans Tail by Dale Brown
Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2019
This book was interesting by exploring new technologies incorporated into current military theology. It kind of got drawn out at the end.
As others have said, drifting away from the old dog series but it is a good read. Has an interesting story line but does get disjointed at times. If you are reading multiple books or or returning to the book after a break you may find you have to back up a bit to refresh your memory. Always fun reading Dale's books
I've been enjoying the Dreamland series of thrillers. . . until now. The stories are becomming predictable and repitative. The action is fun, but again tired. . . heard it before. Let's move on. . . perhaps the son can become the next hero. . . as always, Orv
Although this series, to me, is not quite as good as the "Old Dog" series, it is only a partial step down. The story is a continuation of the same major characters, and they are quite good and very interesting individuals. It is fast paced, has plenty of action, and a few tear-jerker momemts. If you are a Dale Brown addict, as I am, you won't want to miss this book!!
As usual Dale Brown provides an excellent story in a high tech combat environment. Would recommend this story to all readers. I knew Mr. Brown when I was stationed at Mather AFB in 1976. He was a class-action crew daug.