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An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here. Should America negotiate with terrorists? See what happens to America when President Stein refuses to capitulate to the Caliphate’s demands. “Operation Red Dragon and the Unthinkable” is the second book in this predictive World War III military thriller series. If you like adrenaline-filled battle scenes and unpredictable tw An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here. Should America negotiate with terrorists? See what happens to America when President Stein refuses to capitulate to the Caliphate’s demands. “Operation Red Dragon and the Unthinkable” is the second book in this predictive World War III military thriller series. If you like adrenaline-filled battle scenes and unpredictable twists and turns, you’ll love this Rosone and Watson novel. In this second installment, find out what happened to New York City, and discover the result of battles in Israel that will affect the Middle East for generations. Will the unholy alliance of Russia, China and the Islamic Republic become strong enough to conquer the world? New technologies bring hope: fighter drones, light drone tanks and new main battle tanks. Will this advantage be enough to allow America to rise from the ashes?


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An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here. Should America negotiate with terrorists? See what happens to America when President Stein refuses to capitulate to the Caliphate’s demands. “Operation Red Dragon and the Unthinkable” is the second book in this predictive World War III military thriller series. If you like adrenaline-filled battle scenes and unpredictable tw An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here. Should America negotiate with terrorists? See what happens to America when President Stein refuses to capitulate to the Caliphate’s demands. “Operation Red Dragon and the Unthinkable” is the second book in this predictive World War III military thriller series. If you like adrenaline-filled battle scenes and unpredictable twists and turns, you’ll love this Rosone and Watson novel. In this second installment, find out what happened to New York City, and discover the result of battles in Israel that will affect the Middle East for generations. Will the unholy alliance of Russia, China and the Islamic Republic become strong enough to conquer the world? New technologies bring hope: fighter drones, light drone tanks and new main battle tanks. Will this advantage be enough to allow America to rise from the ashes?

30 review for Operation Red Dragon and the Unthinkable

  1. 4 out of 5

    PETER F DEKAM

    Simply outstanding! Truly this book and the one prior to it are an all together accurate account. Of a very probable future scenario. All the more true if Clinton gains the White House. This should be a clarion wake up call. However ma y people will just look at it as a piece of Military Fiction. I can't deny that it is just that. However, my 20+ years in the Military tell me this is a highly likely scenario. One we are simply not prepared for. God save us all! Simply outstanding! Truly this book and the one prior to it are an all together accurate account. Of a very probable future scenario. All the more true if Clinton gains the White House. This should be a clarion wake up call. However ma y people will just look at it as a piece of Military Fiction. I can't deny that it is just that. However, my 20+ years in the Military tell me this is a highly likely scenario. One we are simply not prepared for. God save us all!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lynnsey Garlick

    Loved the 2nd book just like the 1st! This book was as amazing as the 1st book. I gave it 5 stars because considering how I've always had a fascination with military history and technology it really kept me hooked. It was addicting. I wouldn't recommend this series to people who don't know a lot about the military or the future of warfare, because it might confuse you if you don't know what an IFV or an EMP is. If you, like me, enjoy and know information about war, military technology, and geo po Loved the 2nd book just like the 1st! This book was as amazing as the 1st book. I gave it 5 stars because considering how I've always had a fascination with military history and technology it really kept me hooked. It was addicting. I wouldn't recommend this series to people who don't know a lot about the military or the future of warfare, because it might confuse you if you don't know what an IFV or an EMP is. If you, like me, enjoy and know information about war, military technology, and geo politics then I guarantee you'll love this series. Only thing I disliked was some grammar mistakes. It wasn't really anything really illegible but it just caused me to shrug is all. Otherwise going to read the 3rd book now.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Christ T Hansen 111

    A very fast paced plot, lots of charactors, but easy to follow. I wonder which of the furturisic weapons and body armor may become used first? I do have 2 peeves about this both is book and the previous book, 1) Cypress is a tree, not an island in the Mediterranean Sea, the island is Cyprus. 2) Both books seem to indicate Russia has reverted back to Communism, since Russians are referred to as Reds. But I don't recall that coming out in either storyline. Starting the third book in this series to A very fast paced plot, lots of charactors, but easy to follow. I wonder which of the furturisic weapons and body armor may become used first? I do have 2 peeves about this both is book and the previous book, 1) Cypress is a tree, not an island in the Mediterranean Sea, the island is Cyprus. 2) Both books seem to indicate Russia has reverted back to Communism, since Russians are referred to as Reds. But I don't recall that coming out in either storyline. Starting the third book in this series tonight. I hope there's a conclusion to this trilogy or is it a quadlogy??

  4. 4 out of 5

    D. E.

    A JR. Military Action Thriller (WW. III. - 2)/Chins/The IR./Russia vs The USA. JR. has. penned the second novel in the World War III series, which contains a building of a relationship between China, Islamic Republic and Russia. China is building a massive Army and Navy, Russia has built a large Army and Submarine force, and the Islamic Republic has taken control of the Middle East and North Africa. The three combine to make a force to defeat the USA. The USA is not aware of their partnership unt A JR. Military Action Thriller (WW. III. - 2)/Chins/The IR./Russia vs The USA. JR. has. penned the second novel in the World War III series, which contains a building of a relationship between China, Islamic Republic and Russia. China is building a massive Army and Navy, Russia has built a large Army and Submarine force, and the Islamic Republic has taken control of the Middle East and North Africa. The three combine to make a force to defeat the USA. The USA is not aware of their partnership until it is almost to late. This is an excellent read for the genre.....DEHS

  5. 5 out of 5

    Brandon

    The war rages on. The fight for the middle east has now stretched to encompass much of the globe. The Russians and Chinese joined with the Islamic Republic to take advantage of a stretched out American and Allied military. Book 2 now concludes with the initial invasion of the American continent through Alaska. As much as the Allies' successes help stem the tide on the Israeli front, the battles in eastern Europe and now the Pacific Northwest are increasing as the Allies vie for time. The war rages on. The fight for the middle east has now stretched to encompass much of the globe. The Russians and Chinese joined with the Islamic Republic to take advantage of a stretched out American and Allied military. Book 2 now concludes with the initial invasion of the American continent through Alaska. As much as the Allies' successes help stem the tide on the Israeli front, the battles in eastern Europe and now the Pacific Northwest are increasing as the Allies vie for time.

  6. 4 out of 5

    L J Field

    This second novel of a four-book series is just as compulsively readable as the first. The same problems exist, such as having no real characters in these pages. The story is more like news articles or pages from a history book, checkered with conversations amongst the various antagonists on war plans. This is another exciting novel, though not quite as thrilling as the first volume.

  7. 4 out of 5

    neil fowler

    Greed from author's Although I enjoyed this as much as the other books,I do not like the way pages are re-used by filling the story out by reprinting, parts of the story again this occurred three times in his book. E books are expensive as it is without charging twice for , reprinted text. Although I have enjoyed this series immensely I will not buy another. Greed from author's Although I enjoyed this as much as the other books,I do not like the way pages are re-used by filling the story out by reprinting, parts of the story again this occurred three times in his book. E books are expensive as it is without charging twice for , reprinted text. Although I have enjoyed this series immensely I will not buy another.

  8. 5 out of 5

    John Budish

    The Journey continues... But the obscales increase in size and threat The second book in this series continues to rachet up the stakes for the free world against what was once called "The Evil Empire".Things look tough for the "free world"... Numeric numbers are stacked against the but training and tenasity as well as developing technology help hold back the "The Evil Empire ". As moer countries join the alliance things begin to stablize... This a real Cliff Hanger. You see various characters beg The Journey continues... But the obscales increase in size and threat The second book in this series continues to rachet up the stakes for the free world against what was once called "The Evil Empire".Things look tough for the "free world"... Numeric numbers are stacked against the but training and tenasity as well as developing technology help hold back the "The Evil Empire ". As moer countries join the alliance things begin to stablize... This a real Cliff Hanger. You see various characters begin to develop... Your want to see how the world fares but you become connected to these characters... If you read the first book your going to definitely want to read the third after reading this book...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jack

    Well Done! The authors have a very accurate sense of the politics behind the world powers. Although the series takes place 20 years in the future, readers are made acutely aware of how the treasonous regimes of the early 20th century set the world stage for the disastrous wars in the future.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Devesh Nigam

    Ok to read. Not great Repetitive and predictable. If you had read previous book you can establish the end of this book. I can without even opening third book can say the end . Book written by American perspective and it seems they are the only heros of this world

  11. 4 out of 5

    creig speed

    This book is better than the one before This writing effort is good. The action flows and doesn't get bogged down with alo t of character development..I look forward to the next one This book is better than the one before This writing effort is good. The action flows and doesn't get bogged down with alo t of character development..I look forward to the next one

  12. 4 out of 5

    Donnie Hardin

    Great read Actually my first true war story read and now I'm hooked great characters fast hard hitting action and plenty of ass kicking. Great read Actually my first true war story read and now I'm hooked great characters fast hard hitting action and plenty of ass kicking.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Nadeem

    Another hit What a great read, a page Turner from the start. Can't go wrong with this series. Looking forward to the next book in the series Another hit What a great read, a page Turner from the start. Can't go wrong with this series. Looking forward to the next book in the series

  14. 4 out of 5

    Chris Nardo

    Second book in the series. Great follow up on Book one. Well developed military campaigns if you understand WW II history. I really enjoyed this read!

  15. 4 out of 5

    veronica hasty

    Great book I am downloading the next one now. Wish President Stein was our president now! Kidding aside this is a great series!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Doug

    Another good one The second book in the series was very good. I highly recommend this series. You need to read the books in order to understand the action.

  17. 4 out of 5

    MARTIN WITHERS

    Brilliant account of future war. This is a terrific sequel and the pace is very fast with some tremendous action sequences and great descriptive writing.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Greg Oaster

    Intense World War III is in high gear and it’s certainly a global conflict. Despite setbacks for both sides, the war is dragging on. Look forward to the conclusion

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bernie

    Operation Red Dragon review Operation Red Dragon: And the Unthinkable is the second exciting book in the World War III series written by authors James Rosone and Miranda Watson.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Clint

    Great read. Very entertaining. You will not be disappointed. The plot flows along both seamlessly and rapidly.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Darrell Hunt

    Great series I can't wait for the next book to come out , hopefully won't be very long for the next book. Great series I can't wait for the next book to come out , hopefully won't be very long for the next book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mason Stuehm

    Great story. This book continues the series quite nicely. I would advise getting some sleep before starting. I hope the next is as good.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jim Stesiak

    Excellent story to the point that it makes one believe this could actually happen..... Detailed, suspenseful, action and drama. Enough realism that it's scary. Well written with fantastic narrative of the fiction events unfolding. There's no doubt that I have become a fan of this author. Thank you for sharing your story telling skills in the writing of this series and look forward to many more in the future. I would highly recommend not only this book but the entire series. Excellent story to the point that it makes one believe this could actually happen..... Detailed, suspenseful, action and drama. Enough realism that it's scary. Well written with fantastic narrative of the fiction events unfolding. There's no doubt that I have become a fan of this author. Thank you for sharing your story telling skills in the writing of this series and look forward to many more in the future. I would highly recommend not only this book but the entire series.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Doohan

    Like the prequel to this series, this was an entirely unsatisfying book. Not only was the storyline, continued from the prequel, bordering on the contrived and convenient, there were so many poor choices of language, bad grammar, egregious spelling mistakes, and other similar literary horrors that one begins to wonder if the book was submitted to an editor at all. If it was, they should be dismissed from their position immediately for incompetence.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Colin Springett

    Makes you think of what we may leave our children Goes over a great deal of area's, but gives us a good idea what could happen if we stopped spending even less money on our defence and R&D. (US - The West, The UK in particular) Makes you think of what we may leave our children Goes over a great deal of area's, but gives us a good idea what could happen if we stopped spending even less money on our defence and R&D. (US - The West, The UK in particular)

  26. 4 out of 5

    Hermann

    Page turner. Had to finish it late last night. An excellent argument about why to keep our military strong, not to go to war, but to prevent war in the first place.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Colin Pritchard

  28. 5 out of 5

    Donald W. Spradlin

  29. 4 out of 5

    claudette jeffries

  30. 5 out of 5

    Patrik

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