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Rogue Warrior II: Red Cell Mass Market Paperback – December 1, 1994

4.4 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews
Book 2 of 16 in the Rogue Warrior Series

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From Publishers Weekly

Counterterrorist expert Marcinko's (Rogue Warrior) novel concerning a smuggling operation based in Japan was a six-week PW bestseller.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.

From Library Journal

Marcinko promised to be back after recounting his adventures in the original Rogue Warrior (Audio Reviews, LJ 4/1/ 93). He adamantly claims that this sequel is fiction, going so far as to have a disclaimer at the beginning of the tape. Is this "plausible denial," or what? Anyway, the author spins a good tale about nuclear-tipped Tomahawk cruise missles being stolen for a group of Japanese ultranationalists. Marcinko (who casts himself as the lead character), just out of the pen, is called out of the civilian work force by the Navy and put back in charge of his old SEAL Red Cell team. His mission: track down the missiles. The action is continuous, and Marcinko and his team zigzag all over the United States and across the Pacific. Marcinko's reading is excellent and is filled with details (and adjectives) from his 30 years of service. The only drawback is that the action in this abridgment is somewhat jumpy. Recommended for action/military collections.
Michael T. Fein, Catawba Valley Community Coll., Hickory, N.C.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Product Details

  • Series: Rogue Warrior (Book 2)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket; Reprint edition (December 1, 1994)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0671799576
  • ISBN-13: 978-0671799571
  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 1.1 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #613,278 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Hardcover
PLEASE BE WARNED, this is not a book that you will read every now and then over the next few months. This is a book that is guarranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat every second that you hold it in your hands. You WILL HAVE to continue to read this book unitl the very end, because it sucks you into the role, you become, think, and mentally act like Richard Marcinko, a thirty year veteren in the U.S. Navy's elite maritime commandos, and the creator of the Navy's legendary countererrorist unit SEAL TEAM 6. I personally took off a days work in order to read this book from cover to cover and I was not dissappionted at all. After reading this book I went through withdrawal pains waiting for his next book. I vow that if you even read one page of this non stop thriller, you to will become addicted to the unique writng styles of Richard Marcinko and John Weisman. For all of you modern day and wannabe warriors out there, read this book for it is the bible of Special Warfare, it will give you some of the unique mental and physical demands and outlooks of the worlds most deadly fighting force the Navy SEALS!!!! Trust me, just buy the book and enjoy the thing!! Page one of this novel list Richard Marcinkos 10 commandment of SPECWAR nad two of them apply right now to you dear reader, #1thou shalt never assume (This means you, do not assume that this is like any other book for it is not) and #2 Thou hast not to like it- thou hast just to do it (Just buy the book, you will love it
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
This one picks up shortly after Rogue Warrior ends. However, this is purely fiction. And, I tell you, the detail in which Marcinko gets is absolutely mesmerizing. You're there with ol' Demo Dick and his merry band of marauders as they conduct a number of field exercises intended to show just how fragile the security at some military bases can be. Later, you're dodging bullets alongside Marcinko and his deadly band of SEALS as they storm an oil platform to take down a group of terrorists as ol' Demo Dick can. If you're new to the series, start off with Rogue Warrior, then pick this one up, and keep reading the rest of the Rogue Warrior series. With the exception of Designation Gold, you won't get bored for a single page-turning minute.
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Format: Hardcover
I waited for this book to come out after enthusiastically reading the original "Rogue Warrior." I thought Red Cell was good...well you might say it was "OK." But it certainly didnt have the drama of the very first Rogue Warrior book.
As a sidenote which might interest other readers, I was told by one of the characters of the first Rogue Warrior that "Red Cell was more true than the original Rogue Warrior." I was told this by Jim Watson when I was visiting the UDT/SEAL museum in Fort Pierce, FL in 1994. He didnt go into any specific details and I didnt ask. After hearing Jim Watson make this comment to me in his office, I have since wondered how much (or how little) is really true in ANY of the Rogue Warrior series of books.
Honestly, my advice is after youve read the first Rogue Warrior book, youve basically read them all.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Is this guy ever in love with himself. If you can over look this, no small feat I might add, one of the better books out there of its type. I have to wonder even though this is a work of 'fiction' if this book isn't based of some truth. I live in Virginia, very close to where much of the story takes place. The attention to detail is uncanny. Road names and route numbers, towns, stores, inns, bars are right where he says they are. How do I know? I've been to most of them. So read the book, but be warned about his ego.
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Marcinko is a great writer as well as a killing machine, weeding out the traitors and the C2COs in Red Cell. The discriptions in this book are excellent and you can really tell he has done this stuff before. All in all a great book.
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Marcinko packed a huge amount of action into this one. Although it's been a while since I last reread the book, it stands out as the best of the Rogue Warrior series.

The Rogue Warrior is tasked with putting together a team of Navy SEALs, and other "operators", to expose weaknesses in the security plans of military bases. They do a good enough job of it that the team ruffles the feathers of the base commanders, not to mention that "Rotten Richard" may have bent or even broken military rules or federal laws in the process. Once again, "Demo Dick" is in hot water with the higher ups. What else is new, right?

Along the course of their sneakin' and peekin' exploits, they discover that someone's been stealing military equipment. Some serious stuff, too. They can't just let that happen, can they?

There's also a "war game," that isn't as much of a game as it may appear. The villain has called in some heavy hitters that have it out for Mr. Marcinko.

If you've read Rogue Warrior, but none of the rest of the series, be prepared for this to be a real novel, and not autobiographical like the first book.

Buy the book if you are into serious action novels. This is at least my favorite book of that particular genre, if not my favorite novel altogether.
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