USS Scorpion in 1968 we have not lost a boat Neither of them A Bold Carnivore: An Alphabet of Predators released an ounce ofadiation Admiral Rickover lived long enough to see the 100th nuke boat commissioned Never a Boat Skipper always an engineer Very peronavBlend to white hats and tough as nails on his officers there were many Ricky Rejects serving on fleet boats The interaction between fore and aft was
An attack had two crews and pretty much separated aboard and definitely on liberty We called the glow worms this book to any devotee of WWII and cold war history Intense to the very endThis book sort eminded me a little bit of the movie Crimson Tide Although stories are different the edge of your seat non stop drama adding in the fact that each side sank another s sub Tensions are extremely high throughout Makes you wonder if stuff like this eally did happen If You Lived During The 21st Century This Is Have To ReadWell written historical fiction that could be be Lifting really happened AND NEARLY DID If you don tead this you will Mathruhridayam regret it for theest of your life This is the last book of a trilogy about submarines Unlike most of Homewood s books which were about World War II submarines this book is about the Cold War Homewood is well educated about the Silent Servi. Ler and exploded with a oarThe stricken submarine shuddered and slowed its interior utterly still filled with water as the Sharkfin coasted downward on a long planing descent into the black seaIt was an unprovoked attack a deliberate act of aggression When Vice Admiral Mike Brannon of the US Navy eceived word that the wreck of the Sharkfin had been found with a gaping hole in its stern he could only conclude that the Soviets had without warning attacked and destroyed a US nuclear submarine He could not let the incident pass unretaliated Yet whatever steps he took he isked leading the two superpowers into a state of war If he informed the President it might take weeks for Congress to take action too long Whatever esponse. Ce and has written many books on the subject But I felt the plot of this story was a bit unrealistic that being said I did enjoy the book I found it to be exciting and loaded with action and suspenseI ead this as an audiobook downloaded from Audible The book is six hours and twenty eight minutes Corey M Snow does a good job narrating the book Snow is a full time audiobook narrator Thank you very very muchI ead a lot of books I have of late finished a 26 book series by another author I am extremely pleased that I
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fit to tee I truly truly enjoyed them each for what it was and the third for making it The House That Had Enough right My appreciation for your writing skill My only complaint is that they all three kept me up past my bed time and the last would have kept me upegardless the hour Standoff political suspenseNot The Devil's Snake Curve: A Fan's Notes From Left Field really a torpedo or submarine story The almost mutual world destruction scenario could have been with land based missiles or bomber aircraft Still an entertainingead Scary scenarioIt well could of happened or something similar that we were never told the truth about The unknown *cause of the submarines Scorpion and Thrashed come to min. Was to be made it had to be made *of the submarines Scorpion and Thrashed come to min. Was to be made it had to be made and immediatelyHarry Homewood author of Final Harbor and Silent Sea has written a novel of mounting tension; a story of today’s naval superpowers locked in a deadly battle that brings an unknowing world to the brink of nuclear holocaustHarry Homewood was a ualified submariner before he was seventeen years old having lied to the Navy about his age and serving in a little S boat in the old Asiatic Fleet After Pearl Harbor he eenlisted and made eleven war patrols in the Southwest Pacific He later became Chicago Bureau Chief for Newsweek chief editorial writer for the Chicago Sun Times and for eleven years had his own weekly news program syndicated to thirty two PBS television station. Unfortunately despite the author s previous two books being pretty good this third book is another book where I found the main premise to be completely unbelievable That Pimpinella Meerprinzessin 1: Ankunft im Muschelschloss (German Edition) really made the whole story not work for me so I didn t enjoy this book The writing was OK but the characters weren t particularly well drawn so sometimes I had a difficult time trying to keep track of who was who I wouldn teally ecommend this booksubmarines fit to
to someone is interested in submarines there are much better books out there Very good ead although a little out of dateThe world leaders eferenced in this book are very dated and conseuently sets a world stage about 20 30 years ago Aside from that distraction Torpedo is stilleven to someone
A THOUGHT GREAT BOOK SERIESSORRY TO HAVE FINISHED THEthought great book seriesSorry to have finished the book series Being a etired snipe I enjoyed the eading I was onboard a escue salvage ship when the Thresher went down and we where the first on scene subs have always been my passion Good books Very interestingWith few exceptions this story could have happened US Attack Submarines have been shadowing g Russian sea craft since at least the 60 s Ours have always been slightly ahead of them in tech firms stealth and detection Interesting note that other than the USS Thresher in 1962 and the. The USS Sharkfin was twelve hours out of the Strait of Gibraltar on course 278 degrees true destination New London The men on sonar watch weren’t listening for the approach of an enemy They were primarily concerned with the sonar search patterns that were being beamed out ahead and to each side of the submarine’s bow There was a chance that the sonar operators might have heard the whining high pitched noise of a torpedo Black Gold in North Dakota racing up the submarine’s wake but it was aemote chance The Sharkfin’s big seven bladed propeller was turning fast enough to drive the huge submarine at a steady twenty knots making just enough noise to almost muffle any sound that came from directly astern The torpedo zeroed in on the spinning propel.