Publish date: December 28th 2010
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 401
Edition language: English
Series: Bob Lee Swagger (#7)
3/24/13 ** Not the best Bob Lee Swagger, but worth reading. A little less gun-arcana than in I, Sniper; several interesting pages on the U.S. drone program. Interesting political commentary on the motives of the D.C. power-brokers who send young men (and, unspoken, women) to war.
Dead Zero and did not meet the excitement level I expect from Mr. Hunter. Still, no one does bloody, loud, messy combat scenes any better:It was raining goats. They flew through the air amid blasts of earth debris, some whole and bleating, some sundered and spraying blood, some atomized. The weathe...
Dead Zero is the seventh book in the Bob Lee Swagger series, and probably the most politically charged one when it comes to the actual setting of the story.Reyes Fidencio Cruz aka Rzay Cruz, is a 42 year old USMC Sniper and one of the best there is. He's turned down numerous requests for promotion, ...
I have loved Bob Lee Swagger a long time, but I am beginning to wonder if Bob should just head on home and find a rocking chair. I felt like I was reading a retread of Point of Impact set in today's military. I just have to wonder whether Cruz will make an appearance in another novel (I am sure he w...