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A contemporary air-sea heavyweight fight...the like we haven't seen since the Pacific War. 

A routine US Navy freedom-of-navigation patrol in the South China sea turns deadly when it encounters a covert - and unauthorized - Chinese plot to lay claim to waters of the South China Sea. Misunderstanding, miscalculation, and fear lead to both sides mobilizing, with the United States moving west across the Pacific to meet and engage the People's Liberation Army (Navy) who waits with modern weaponry and determined purpose. 

Through detailed research and his insight of modern naval and aerial warfare gained through personal experience, Kevin Miller takes the listener aboard a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier heading across the Pacific for the South China Sea - and combat. Today, the South China Sea is one of the most important - and dangerous - bodies of water in the world, with seven countries laying claim to portions of it, and in one case, all of it. Loaded with action, from heavy seas to inbound missiles, Fight Fight explores a scenario that could lead to an unwanted and unplanned - and with today's headlines perhaps inevitable - war between an established and a rising superpower.

Known for his character development, Miller brings Flip, Weed, and Olive along on another sea adventure. Along the way they will encounter a leadership challenge as old as the sea, and the motivations of several Chinese antagonists, from four-star leadership to front line fighter pilots, are explored. 

Today's cutting-edge precision weapons - some real and some imagined - are employed to devastating effect. Could the Chinese - though relentless action or divine luck - do the unthinkable? 

Fight Fight is modern techno-thriller on the order of Clancy's Red Storm Rising, a human story of geopolitics and personal failings, involving the perils and uncertainty of modern naval combat and one particular deadly sin that humans fighting such battles must deal with. And fear, of failure first, then, after witnessing it on a scale no one had imagined, of death. 

If war does come, who will fight it? 

“Another great page-turner by Kevin Miller. Clearly, he is an author who has been there, and anyone interested in aviation will love his detailed descriptions of carrier operations. In a manner similar to Tom Clancy, he is willing to look at frightening outcomes and new weapon technology." (Radm Paul Tobin)

©2018 Kevin P. Miller (P)2019 Kevin P. Miller

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If you want to know what it is really like to fly and fight

As a former FA-18 A-F pilot, I can honestly say that the Raven One series of books is as close as you can get to being there. I appreciate the homage to real aviators who post their lives in the service of our country. Once I started listening, I couldn’t stop.

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Absolutely incredible!

As a retired Navy Captain and Hornet driver I was totally captured by this audio book. Binged it! The detailed descriptions of various emotions and sensations can only be so accurately related by one who has experienced them first hand. The language/banter and weapon engagement scenarios ring true in every passage. From the strategic , through theater, to tactical level, this story nails it. It’s truly an amazingly accurate piece of story telling.

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playing out

The way our relationship with China is playing out. The plot of this story line could happen now.

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exceptional

great story. great details. in my opinion it is the best of the series. I didn't want it to end.

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This author can write!

Held my attention from the first words. Without giving away the story, there were passages that made me uneasy even sad it is a story of strong men and women of success and failure of pain and sacrifice. It gives an accurate description of not only the military but of the fickle nature of politics, the press and people.
Highly recommend to one and all.

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Great Story

This was the best of the three books (all three were good). This is a story by a fighter pilot for fighter pilots.

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Is America really this incompetent?

The audio book is about 18 hours long. I managed to listen to 16 of them, then I finally had enough. I'm sure this review will not meet audible guidelines so I am not going to spend a lot of time on this since it's publication is doubtful. The book basically bashes the USA and in almost every squirmish loses to China. The book also features J10 and J11 aircraft, killer satellites, laser weapons, D21 cruise missiles, and not one mention of the F22, F35, and all the rest of the USA arsenal that would certainly be brought to bear in a real war with China. In trying to create interesting and credible military characters and their families the author goes way over in the emotional heart tugs that become hard to listen to. Case in point: Mother, a LTC Marine who is emotionally damaged and in the real world would have been bounced out of his command position, but wasn't because he was so forth coming about peeing his pants while facing nighttime launching off of an aircraft carrier in the dark. Save your credit or money for another book.

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Francis, It's TURBINE not TURBAN! But I forgive u.

Despite weird pronunciation of some words the Narrator did a superb job and so did the writer. I hope we get a book 4.

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Fantastic.

Loved this series so far, can’t wait to follow Flip elsewhere. Thanks for this tale Hozer!

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China vs USA

A well written fiction of a plausible conflict between the US and China in the SES. Relevant in todays world. Recommend.

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Truly GRIPPING !

What can I say, Everything K Miller Touches turns to GOLD ! and this is no different. All i will say it that this book will be the best read of your year !

BUY IT and you will not stop listening until you have to click reply :)