Свирепия 3: Зелената група

Richard Marcinko John Weisman Венцислав Градинаров

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Свирепия 3: Зелената група

  • Title: Свирепия 3: Зелената група
  • Author: Richard Marcinko John Weisman Венцислав Градинаров
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  • Page: 366
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Pat on said:

      More boasting, planning, killing.Very appealing.Finds a terrorist plot to release toxic gas.Stored in nuke storage facility.

    2. Ian on said:

      For some reason, I liked this one better than #2. I think I've learned to accept it for what it is: a military action novel filled with plausible details and minutia, and narrated by a completely unlikable protagonist. First, the good. If you like technical details about military stuff, you'll eat this book up. There are whole paragraphs devoted to the trigger-weight on the H&K USP, the various kinds of plastic explosives, breaching methods of CT teams, how seawater can destroy parachutes, a [...]

    3. Jeff Zugay on said:

      A great "kick ass and take names" book. A smart author with knowledge of his topic and a great dark sense of humor. With many military books all of the acronyms are hard to follow, but the version that I read has a index of terms in his own words. If you are looking for an entertaining story, you are in the right place.

    4. Ed on said:

      #3 in the Rogue Warrior series.Rogue Warrior series - fiction - The Rogue Warrior and his colleague are back. This adventure concerns the assassination of a U.S. chief of naval operations and character Marcinko's pursuit of the assassins. His own government is on Marcinko's tail, a deadly danger of germ warfare hangs over the whole world, and Marcinko can rely only on his hard-bitten SEAL colleagues for help.

    5. Abe on said:

      If this book is indeed all fiction, then Marcinko and his co writer have a knack for making it read like the first Rogue Warrior book, in the first person. If there is any basis in fact for this book, then the truth is definitely stranger than fiction.

    6. Angela Soto on said:

      Only started it nearly fifteen plus years ago but finished it now. Awesome read, scary to think what lies out there.

    7. RJ on said:

      Interesting plots, but the abridged versions are much too short for my liking. I don't have time to get acquainted with the characters or the plot itself and the book is finished. Audible has several unabridged Rogue Warrior novels, but they are deep into the series and I'd rather find early works to follow the progression of his missions.

    8. Kati on said:

      I kinda added this to my "read" list as a joke, but I really did read it. My husband likes to say "books are bad" -- just to get my goat he's read this entire series I think. I read this one while in grad school for a class where I was required to read all different genres.

    9. Marc on said:

      What crap! (but maybe I'm jealous). actually, almost entertaining, certainly light reading for the airport.

    10. Taddow on said:

      Was hoping for more from this book because Marcinko's non-fiction is pretty good.

    11. Clint Flatt on said:

      Sam at the other Richard Marcinko is the greatest Navy Seal that ever lived. In his own mind that is.

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