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- Book 2 of 7 in Black Eagle Force (7 Book Series)
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Top Customer Reviews
This is a great series, lots of action, a little more details on the technology than I prefer (but easy to skip over), and great interactions and conversations. The relationships and people are very well done, very believable.
And the story -- wow, a great story that would not quit!
If you love action, military stuff and great stories, you will love this!!!
This is the 3rd book in this series that I have purchased.
I will be getting more.
The equipment is on the technical leading edge and is the best in the world. Lightweight attack aircraft, monochromatic skin suits the render them almost invisible and magnetic coil rifles capable of knocking out a T-90 tanks are just a few of the advantages the BEF possesses. I'm not a scientist but the principles that these weapons are based on seem to be theoretically sound though not yet fully applied on the modern battlefield. Kudos to the authors for the realism in their research.
By virtue of having the best men and women warriors in the country and the most leading edge equipment, BEF is given the most secret and impossible missions. Of course, they also face the most evil villains looking to conquer the world.
Think James Bond vs. SPECTRE only 007 is replaced by a reinforced company of fighters and support staff ready to go "wheels up" on a moment's notice to vanquish America's enemies. All good stuff. All that's missing is the marshal music in the background!
On the flip side, there are so many characters it's difficult to relate to most of them on a personal level. Character development gives way to action and adventure a bit too much.Read more ›
The story begins with the kidnapping of the first female president of the United States, a woman of American Indian descent. Readers will be astonished to find out who engineered the kidnapping. The White House staff is convinced that someone at the highest level must have revealed secret information about the whereabouts of the president and other very sensitive data that made the kidnapping possible. They have no idea why she was kidnapped. Is it for ransom for money, to force the US to do something it would not like to do, or some other reason? The Secretary of Defense knows about the abilities of the Black Eagle Force and assigns them to rescue the president. The BEF must enter Mexican territory and fight well-trained forces. Readers will enjoy reading about the actions and about the extraordinary and courageous men and women.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A little less technical explanations
Just too detailed on the technical description, tends to be boring, prefer more action. Thanks
This series has some good characters and story lines. Some of the equipment is either totally fictional or heavily exaggerated. However, I do enjoy reading these books. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Retired TX Engineer
Great book, fast pace. never a dull moment,another good one for ken farmerPublished 23 months ago by jsb973
The sequel to Black Eagle Force: Eye of the Storm, Sacred Mountain outshines the original, with established characters, a story that could ripped from today's headlines and gadgets... Read morePublished on July 9, 2014 by oscar steele
This is a book worth turning into a movie.
I would be first in slime to see it.
Great, fast-paced action.
A very good special force book in the mold of Dale Brown's Strike Force/ Dreamland series. Worth reading the book and can not wait to start the next one.Published on April 18, 2014 by Jeff