Stand - To

Stand To Did the Cold War really end No matter it s about to get hot anyway Espionage subterfuge corruption in high places and a nuclear plot are uncovered by a beautiful spy used to shedding her clothes to

  • Title: Stand - To
  • Author: Andy Farman
  • ISBN: 9781490333137
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Paperback
  • Did the Cold War really end No matter, it s about to get hot anyway.Espionage, subterfuge, corruption in high places and a nuclear plot are uncovered by a beautiful spy used to shedding her clothes to discover secrets than she is of keeping them.Will duty bind her to silence, or will conscience win over Stand To is the first book in the Armageddon s Song trilogyDid the Cold War really end No matter, it s about to get hot anyway.Espionage, subterfuge, corruption in high places and a nuclear plot are uncovered by a beautiful spy used to shedding her clothes to discover secrets than she is of keeping them.Will duty bind her to silence, or will conscience win over Stand To is the first book in the Armageddon s Song trilogy and it puts you in the seat of a Sea Harrier dog fighting over the Pacific, in the control room of a submarine during a torpedo attack in the Atlantic, looking down the sights of a sniper rifle on the north German Plain, and at the side of a Russian paratroop General who leads from the front.There are many and varied characters this book will follow The brave and the low on both sides, and those just trying to survive World War 3 Contains some sexual content

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    1. This book is the first of an epic that offers competition to Tom Clancy's Red Storm Rising. The plot is basically that Russia and China set off World War III, first by launching a sneak attack by infiltrating agents, then by set piece military invasions. It has a rather long introduction that introduces some key characters in peacetime, it establishes Farman's credentials relating to the British army, and somewhat surprisingly, it offers an abbreviated section that could have been expanded into [...]

    2. This Genre is almost completely ignored, Cauldron and Vortex by Larry bond are great examples and Red Storm Rising of course. The war techno thriller has one very important ingredient , technical accuracy and this is sadly lacking because otherwise this is a great series. To name a few examples British Harriers launching radar guided missiles such as the Amraam, FA18 firing the Phoenix missile that is carried exclusively by the F14 and the f117a firing air to air missiles. Where did the F22 Rapt [...]

    3. After a bit of a slow start this picks up with a vengeance. Loved the part when the new Bn CO turns up with a load of GPMGs and old SLRs and the old squaddies "faces light up like it's christmas".Can't wait to hit part 2.

    4. I had to give up at 46%While there are parts of the story that are enjoyable, the vast majority of it is completely impenetrable to a "Yank" like me. What the hell is the Blue Peter Generation? Also, the never ending alphabet soup of acronyms finally became a deal breaker.

    5. A good read but I really got confused with the covers - this is the first in the series? But has a LARGE yellow Part 2 on the front! Which means I read them out of order. How hard is it to put a simple no nonsense numerical number on the front.

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