WW III: Rage of Battle

WW III Rage of Battle From beneath the North Atlantic to the coast of Cornwall off of England from northern Germany to across the Korean peninsula thousands upon thousands of troops are massing protected by the greatest

  • Title: WW III: Rage of Battle
  • Author: Ian Slater
  • ISBN: 9780449219881
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • From beneath the North Atlantic to the coast of Cornwall off of England, from northern Germany to across the Korean peninsula, thousands upon thousands of troops are massing, protected by the greatest and most stunning armaments yet see on any field of battle The time is now The war that once seemed impossible is raging everywhere Every nation, every individual, is bothFrom beneath the North Atlantic to the coast of Cornwall off of England, from northern Germany to across the Korean peninsula, thousands upon thousands of troops are massing, protected by the greatest and most stunning armaments yet see on any field of battle The time is now The war that once seemed impossible is raging everywhere Every nation, every individual, is both hunter and prey.

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    1 thought on “WW III: Rage of Battle”

    1. Rage of Battle continues on from WWIII with the Brentwoods, Freeman & other characters continuing their story arcs as the various battles unfold around the world. Having already kicked everything off there seems to be more direction and a more rapid course of events in this book, however I feel if you'd not read the first you would be a bit out of your depth and not a lot would make too much sense and would all seem aimless as opposed to the decent structure that the plot does follow.Overall [...]

    2. The book wwIII is a futuristic book that was about a nuclear war that happened in Korea. The United States army, run by the President, was at war with North Korea. I didn't actually like the book that much because so many things were happening all at once. Each chapter was something new, there was always new character being introduced. However I did like the descriptive details that the author had. I felt as if I was right there beside the American army fighting with them. Another thing that I l [...]

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