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Military fiction mainly deals with military operations, adventures, memoirs etc. by country's military wing - army, air force or navy. It has few sub-genres like military thriller, military historical fiction, military science fiction etc. Military fiction may have an angle of civilian intelligence agencies but the majority of plot revolves around military operations or situations. Earlier a sub-genre of the espionage fiction/thriller genre, military fiction is becoming an independent genre of its own. Some famous authors include Tom Clancy, Harry Patterson (pseudonym Jack Higgins), Alistair M ...more
Military Romance and Fiction
YA / NA Characters in the Military
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“ He who is ready to die for his country is a fool. For he didn’t choose where he was born; and where he was born didn’t choose him. ”
Professional reading list from the Commander of the Belgian Army (LandComponent)
[close] Professional reading list from the Commander of the Belgian Army (LandComponent)
24 members, last active 2 years ago
We read books about all types animals, reptiles, sea life, birds, and insects. Also, any book …more
[close] We read books about all types animals, reptiles, sea life, birds, and insects. Also, any book with these as a second main character. The book that comes to mind as an example is "A Walk Across America" by Peter Jenkins. His dog was in the book throughout as a 2nd main character. Have you read a book based on these topics listed above and would like to discuss it? You've come to the right place. Suggestions always welcome.
663 members, last active 2 months ago
For readers and fans of Forbidden Kisses by Sha Renée – with updates, questions and answers abou…more
[close] For readers and fans of Forbidden Kisses by Sha Renée – with updates, questions and answers about the next book, Off Base, and future books in the series. Give your feedback as the books develop (how do you think the characters will react in a given situation?) Get a peek at what's coming up next.
2 members, last active 2 years ago
No theme, no rules. Just chaotic people trying to finish a book or two.
[close] No theme, no rules. Just chaotic people trying to finish a book or two.
1 member, last active 9 months ago
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