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The WHAT IF happens...The WHY is unknown...Syria, Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Sinai, and parts of Saudi Arabia are destroyed by a nuclear explosion. Where there were people, crops, buildings, life, there is nothing. The world stands on the brink of nuclear war and only General Brad Lincoln, a former CIA officer and now one of the President's most trusted advisers, can uThe WHAT IF happens...The WHY is unknown...Syria, Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Sinai, and parts of Saudi Arabia are destroyed by a nuclear explosion. Where there were people, crops, buildings, life, there is nothing. The world stands on the brink of nuclear war and only General Brad Lincoln, a former CIA officer and now one of the President's most trusted advisers, can unravel the awesome events that unleashed this madness; only Lincoln can expose the force behind this monstrous action and, in the process, prevent global genocide....

Title : Eye of the Eagle
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ISBN : 9780523419602
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 624 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Eye of the Eagle Reviews

  • BLRBrazil
    2018-09-30 07:56

    Clearly a book written for the purpose of becoming a titillating best seller and hopefully a film series. In my opinion it was not well written and this sometimes got in the way of the story flow, but I stuck with it to see where it was going and was very disappointed to find the answer was "nowhere". The last few pages just strung it out to a frustrating degree and then left the reader hanging in the air, like the worst films that are blatantly seeking to stage a sequel. But at least the films are usually self-contained and can be appreciated as a story. Not this book, however, which is largely meaningless without reading the follow-up. Indeed I see it is the 1st of a trilogy, so maybe the follow-up is equally irritating. Perhaps I should go straight to the 3rd book just to see how everything turns out. There again, maybe I've got better things to do with my time. I really appreciate a good novel, but this isn't one.