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Special Forces: Soldiers
Special Forces Soldiers
Author: Marquesate & Vashtan
Special Forces is the story of a Scottish SAS soldier and a Soviet spetsnaz soldier. Two enemies who meet in the line of duty during the early days of the Soviet Union's last war in Afghanistan. This epic spans across over twenty-five years of their lives. Special Forces -- Soldiers is the first cycle of the Special Forces epic, the second c...  more »
ISBN: 415701
Publication Date: 3/23/2010
Pages: 559
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Publisher: Camouflage Press
Book Type: Paperback
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I wouldn't recommend this one to anyone who is sensitive to violence.
Strangely enough, I am such a person, but this one didn't have me slamming the book shut never to open again.
In fact, it pulled me in.
At one point, I hated Vadim. At another, I was crying "mercy" for him.
I couldn't believe that I started to like him.
Wasn't surprised at Dan show of savagery. And again, at one point of the story, I was crying "Dan! stop it! enough already"!

Some parts of this story kind of jump around, but I was able to stay focus on what was happening through out.

I'm also surprised that it's free in ebook! I would have gladly paid money for what this story pulled out of me emotionally! and no, it's not easy to get a reaction out of me like it did while reading.

I finally feel like I just read "War & Peace".
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