Book Reviews of Cauldron

Cauldron
Cauldron
Author: Patrick Larkin, Larry Bond
ISBN-13: 9780446600262
ISBN-10: 0446600261
Publication Date: 4/1/1994
Pages: 740
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: Warner Vision
Book Type: Paperback
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in a sequence of events as startingly fresh as tomorrow's headlines, Europe's financial markets plummet, causing international unemployment and famine. Massive waves of economic refugees incite Europe's nationalist hate groups. A devastating global trade war nobody will win is about to explode into a shooting war everyone can lose. And America will return to the bloody battlefields of Europe, for the final, most devastating struggle of all.
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Bond is an excellent writer...you will not go wrong here...
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With Cauldron, in a sequence of events as startlingly fresh as tomorrow's headlines, Europe's financial markets plummet, causing international unemployment and famine.
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Good book if you like adventures similar to Tom Clancey. Fictional account of the unification of France and Germany and the ensuing war in Europe.
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Another of Bond's great adventures. Hard to put down!
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Wonderful book, very insightfull.
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It's a new war and it's terrifying as tomorrow. With his pulse racing, bestselling novels, Larry Bond has captivated millions of readers with his genius for the dramatic and his gift for the prophetic. In Red Phoenix,he created the explosive scenario for the Second Korean War. In Vortex, he showed how the racial conflict in South Africa could provide the spark for WWIII.

Now,with CAULDRON, ina sequence of events as startingly fresh as tomorrow's headlines, Europe's financial markets plummet, causing international unemployment and famine. Massive waves of ecomomic refugees incite Europe's nationalist hate groups. A devastating global trade war nobody will win is about to explode into a shooting war everyone can lose. And America will return to the bloody battlefields of Europe, for the final, most devastating struggle of all.
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good military story
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Enjoyable war/political story; fiction, but plausible.