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Publisher's Summary

From the top 100 Amazon best selling author....

Is the third world war really winding down?

With the recent change in political tide for Russia, the threat of nuclear weapons coming from the Kremlin seems to have dwindled. However, more than one leader in Asia still holds nukes in their possession, and the communist leader of China seems more determined than ever to save face. Is there any way to end this conflict without a full-blown nuclear war?

Despite enormous military losses in Europe and the Russian Far East, the Indian government is determined to stand by the Chinese. When the people learn of the tremendous loss of life in the Battle of Chennai, will there be a rebellion from within? Or will the citizens of India galvanize to defeat the Allies?

Battlefield China is the riveting conclusion to the action-packed Red Storm military thriller series. If you like adrenaline-pumping combat and battle-worn characters, you’ll enjoy this final installment in Rosone and Watson’s modern world war series.

Is there any way to finish the war without another horrific massacre? Will our favorite characters survive? 

Grab your copy and find out!

The Red Storm Series is best enjoyed when listened to in the correct order as each book builds on the previous work.

Book 1: Battlefield Ukraine
Book 2: Battlefield Korea
Book 3: Battlefield Taiwan
Book 4: Battlefield Pacific 
Book 5: Battlefield Russia
Book 6: Battlefield China

©2018 Front Line Publishing (P)2019 Front Line Publishing

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Keep more like these coming!!!

Great Series!
Couldn't wait for the next one!
Narrator did an incredible job, such Range!

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Two thumbs up!

This whole series was absolutely amazing. Thank you for the roller coaster of emotions that your books put the reader through, making the characters relatable and telling an overall terrifying and great story! I can’t wait to listen to the “Rigged” series.

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Very Entertaining Series!

I must first say, I was not very happy with the way this series began, but I could not stop reading it. With all the twists and turns in this series, I had to go on to the next book.
The way this series is written, put’s the reader right there on the front lines. The devastation and counter strikes were riveting. It makes the reader understand what war really is. MADNESS!
A fantastic series. I highly recommending to readers of “What If” type books.

Larry S.
Reno, NV.

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Loved It!

I am not an avid reader.... But fell in love with the series! Started book 1 one year ago! And now finally hearing the END! made me sad! Wished these would go on and on! But honestly would have given it six stars if possible! Great job!

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A lot of overused phrases
Narrator was okay. Still terrible accents but finally got used to them

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Terrible.

I purchased after reading the gushing reviews. Personally, I couldn’t stand this book. Predictable plot, one dimensional characters, lots of cheesy cliches and lingo. I eventually had to stop - something I’ve never done before. Listener consider yourself warned.

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Flashpoint That never was, but could have been

Battlefield China is a nice tidy end to a grueling global conflict. I am sure every GI has brainstormed and thought of possible scenarios where we go to war with the the Chicoms. But here, this story actually had a conclusion to the conflict which seems reasonable and didn't end with the world getting nuked into the stone age. I am sure opinions vary on how it could have ended, I am glad it did have a conclusion.

The added benefit of the story is how Mr Rosone and Mrs Watson both gave us very human characters who did not have rosy endings at wars end. This goes to show they know vets and as I understand James Rosone served in the Army. The realism and the bitter pill of post conflict is very real. As a vet, I struggle with that missing purpose since I was medically retired.

My only issue is that I would have wanted to see the glimpse of the Chinese as well as Russian personalities on how they made out.

Still great story that could have easily been a mirror of our current world.

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Great series worth finishing.

A fun and entertaining book. And series as a whole. But i dont think the author knows what desimate means.

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Red Storm

this was a very spell binding story I loved the whole series. I could not wait to buy the next audio book selection.

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Attention to detail , candidate !

I stayed for the whole sixty some odd hours show.
* Up until book six the odds of surviving as an attack helicopter pilot were non-existent. Perhaps the author was aced out at the club one night. In any event ; clumsily overflying known or suspected target areas is widely understood to be unhealthy. No real mention of stand-off system/weapon usage described.
* Yes it is 2022 however the blatant pandering to the PC military was not only excessive but outside the realm of the plausible to the point of detracting from the storyline.
* Gee by golly wilikers shazam - Nowhere since Gomer Pyle has the absence of ANY profanity been so unrealistically obvious. Any vet will concede that certain expletives are used too often , however their complete absence leaves a huge annoying squeaky clean void that also detracts from the storyline. Add the formal use of rank as characters in a unit, under fire fire address one another.

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  • guinuk
  • 04-11-22

Good series of books

Just finished the Red Storm series, used at work to 'drown out' the office noise.
Like that the subject was over multiple theatre's and not just rushed through in 1 book like so many of this type usually are.

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  • 09-07-21

So identifiable

As a Brit and ex soldier of 20+ years l identified with a lot from this series. It was an exciting journey with nail biting scenarios. I give the narrator credit with his heartfelt attempts at our dialects (and the Aussies). I did take a lot of the voice procedure as a tongue in cheek factor. All in I enjoyed the whole series. Thank you.

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  • Les S.
  • 12-31-19

Red storm series’s

Gripping, enjoyed every moment even though us Brits were a bit weak
Listen to the series on Audible narration very good
Could not stop listening

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  • Simon
  • 08-10-19

Awesome series

This review is of the series, not just this volume.

This has to be the best book series I have read in a long time. It is highly believable, detailed, and shows the war from many different angles. It needed all the volumes to get this level of detail over but at no time did it mean the book was slow. Action beautifully blended with story.

Also one of my favourite narrators.

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  • James B
  • 07-29-19

An epic grand finale!

This conclusion definitely ends the series on a high note. With lots of action, detail and characters

The main characters and their factions have great roles in the story. I especially love how the Aussies get a good amount of attention. In fact, this might be the first story to depict a certain US plane.

I find this couple to be great authors with lots of more potential. Wishing you the best!