End Game (Dreamland, #8)
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End Game (Dreamland #8)

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A volatile U.S. ally has fallen prey to the terrorist beast. India is the target of radical Islamic jihadists, and the world watches breathlessly as tensions escalate between the uneasy giant and its longtime nemesis Pakistan—with China waiting in the wings, eager to flex its military might. A nuclear showdown seems inevitable, unless the masterminds at Dreamland can get t...more
ebook, 432 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by HarperCollins (first published October 31st 2006)
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Jason Sta. Maria
Amazing air and sea battle! I've also learned a lot from this book about the super weapon, plane, ship, etc. of USA, China and India (I never thought China and India also has a super Battleship/Aircraft Carrier such as The Deng Xiao Ping and Shiva!) military! I love the story which mixed up with hi-tech gadgets and weapons.
Usually I like an occasional techno-thriller this one was not so good. Superficial characters even though this is part of a series with other books involving the same characters. Over plot tried to cover too much territory in too short a time. Think I will hold off before another Dale Brown's Dreamland for a while.
Dale Brown's stuff is always a good read to me. It's not as serious as the Tom Clancy stuff, and full of "gee wiz" technology for everyone to play with - specifically the Navy and the Air Force. Of course, the Dreamland team saves the world yet again.
Balaji Dutt
I've been a fan of Dale Brown and the Dreamland series for a long time now and this novel didn't disappoint. The characters although now well established still seem slightly one-dimensional, but the action is fast and believable as always.
I'm not sure what Dale Brown is up to with this story and its timeline of 1998. The ending left me unfulfilled and with more questions than answers. Therefore, this is hardly the "end game." 4 of 10 stars
Another good book in the series
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Former U.S. Air Force captain Dale Brown is the superstar author of eleven consecutive New York Times best-selling military-action-aviation adventure novels: FLIGHT OF THE OLD DOG (1987), SILVER TOWER (1988), DAY OF THE CHEETAH (1989), HAMMERHEADS (1990), SKY MASTERS (1991), NIGHT OF THE HAWK (1992), CHAINS OF COMMAND (1993), STORMING HEAVEN (1994), SHADOWS OF STEEL (1996) and FATAL TERRAIN (1997)...more
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