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Ultimate soldier. Ultimate mission. But will the SAS survive the inferno of Operation Desert Storm?
August 1990, and Iraqi tanks are rolling into Kuwait, putting one-quarter of the world's oil reserves at risk. So begins Operation Desert Storm.
As specialists in desert warfare, the legendary SAS are plunged into a maelstrom of covert operations, often deep inside enemy territory. Their mission: reconnaissance, espionage, sabotage, the capture of prisoners and the rescue of hostages. Some are captured and tortured; others executed. But by the end of the conflict they will perform feats that are the stuff of legend.
Join the adventure in this novel about the most daring soldiers in military history: the SAS!
©2016 Shaun Clarke (P)2016 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
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By Mikey on 03-26-16

Disappointed

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So far i have awarded every one of the 'SAS operation' books a five star rating, so I was very surprised to find myself being so disappointed with this one. There wasn't any real excitement to the storyline and to be quite honest the narrator probably made me dislike the book even more. He was absolutely rubbish. Utter tosh. My 3 year old could do a better job than this bloke. <br/><br/>But I guess someone else might quite enjoy his narrating and dialogue efforts, so perhaps don't base whether you'll spend a credit on this solely on my opinion of the narrator. Clarke should have stuck to Paul Thornely, the king of SAS narrating.

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By Jon on 09-18-16

Rip off

Might as well call this book bravo two zero with a hint of the one that got away complete tosh

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