Whiplash (Dreamland, #11)
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Whiplash (Dreamland #11)

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Peace is an illusion . . . The Apocalypse is days away.

The world's attention is focused on the historic plans of the U.S. and Iranian presidents to lay down their swords. But on the African continent, one man holds the power to obliterate the peace by unleashing terror and global chaos—and no one sees it coming.

Hiding behind the bloody madness of tribal warfare in the Horn...more
ebook, 480 pages
Published October 27th 2009 by HarperCollins e-books
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Mike Klein
This the other used book that I bought before going on a long plane trip and looking for some light page-turning action reading. (The other was
A Hymn Before Battle)

Even though it is out of the middle of a series, reading the previous books are not necessary (It is possible they might add some flavor but all pertinent information is repeated in this book.)

Typical of the genre, there is a lot of action, a lot of plot most of which is not completely improbable, clumsy dialog and some mostly adoles...more
Once again iran is up to no good and it is up to the new whiplash team to solve the problems. It took me a bit longer to get really into this book. Once I got about halfway through I liked it. Not as good as the other Dale Brown books but that is just my opinion.
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Not a bad book good to get back into the Dreamland characters and series. However, I have to admit that it does feel like the previous novels. I was hopeing it would be more of a reboot and fresh take. Felt like the same thing just a few years later.
I thought this story was certainly as good, if not better than his other novels. I like many of the characters and good lines were written for the less than admirable enough so the reader would not like them as well. Well paced in my judgement. 9 of 10 stars
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Read second time finis 9/30/11 at 11:39am could not put this down second time. Great Story!!
Takes place to long after the orignal series.
T h i s is tooooooooo slow to re a d ! !
John Wojcik
Continues suspense in this epic spy episode...
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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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