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    Another "Red Storm Rising" or "The Third World War"

    This brings so much of what made Tom Clancy's Red Storm Rising and both The Third World War novels by Sir John Hackett great reads. My only criticism is a small one. One part of what made those books so interesting was the broad picture of all that surrounded the conflict that the authors painted - politics, economics, history, etc. This book has, for better or worse, a much narrower scope. Maybe a sequel or companion novel?
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    With a vision to the future

    Overall a simple read, to the point I have bought it for my 12 year old son. The content presents great depth towards how the next major war may be fought with numerous references to back up the vision. Into Singer's next book, Wired for War, which is a non fiction account of coming wars.
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    It was OK

    Red Storm Rising was way better. Clancy was just a better writer and story teller. This book jumped around lot, some of the characters were a little too flat and not fleshed out. But it was not a bad book at all.
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