Vladimir Putin has a simple goal: raise the price of oil by launching attacks in five maritime chokepoints. He knows his regime will collapse should oil prices remain low.
Within the elaborate game of geopolitical strategy, ISIS caliphate, terrorist provocations, and global markets, Putin launches guerrilla warfare under the sea with the use of Seaborne Spetsnaz and submarines. He knows his plan will only work if the attacks are perpetrated by Islamic extremist. A war in which Putin has the ultimate advantage of stealth and surprise.
What did you love best about Putin's Chokepoints?
The insight into military operations that can come only by experience or contacts with military units.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Most definitely! I thought the attacks would stop at one location. I never suspected Putin to hit five maritime Chokepoints at the same time.
What about Nate Cimmino’s performance did you like?
The clear voice and his change in tones.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, I was interrupted when listening to it and just started from beginning again. I could listen to Nate Cimmino's narrations over and over.