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Red Sky at Morning

3.43 of 5 stars 3.43  ·  rating details  ·  47 ratings  ·  7 reviews
As Thousands of foreign ships arrive in New York Harbor for Fleet Week, beneath the surface of the Hudson River a rogue armada of Chinese attack submarines is taking position, poised to launch a blitzkrieg attack on an unsuspecting populace.Tugboat captain Ken Hughes knows New York Harbor as few other navigators do. Now, in the midst of chaos and terror -- on a familiar wa...more
Hardcover, 384 pages
Published March 1st 2000 by William Morrow & Company
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This is not what I expected at all. This is a great, fast read. It also is very eye-opening. I enjoyed all of the characters representing all of New York. I would like it to be made into a movie but that is unlikely as it would require the World Trade Center towers to be present.
I would give this 3.5 stars. My dad/brothers would probably enjoy this book more that I did as it feels Clancy-esque. I accidentally picked this book up from the library when I was looking for the same titled book by a different author. It was a good action book, despite not being of my favorite genre - good enough that I kept reading it when I realized that I had picked up the wrong book.
This was a good novel set in what was modern day New York City (prior to 9/11). Fleet week has begun and ships of all nationalities have arrived for the ceremonies - including some unknown and uninvited Chinese guests in the form of submarines and other vessels. This become a battle with a tugboat captain, his very new girlfriend, and the government and citizens of New York City versus the big, bad Chinese. The action is nonstop.
Jim Moore
Good book. Interesting storyline. published in 2000 before 9/11 and still Mr. Garrison's book predicts that the WTC is the target of the invading Chinese and that they succeed in bringing down the north tower.
Sheldon Lehman
This imitatess the style of Clancy and Larry Bond. The scenario is a little improbable, although the fact that it was written the year before WTC does lend some pause.
May 19, 2012 Steve rated it 4 of 5 stars
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The underlying love story was a bit fetched, but there were enough turns and surprises to keep that from intruding. Mr. Garrison was ruthless in this tale. I liked it.
-Admiral Tang, Tugboat captain, NYC attacked with subs
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