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  • Author:
    Eric G. Dove,W.E.B. Griffin
  • ISBN:
    1455848352
  • ISBN13:
    978-1455848355
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    Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (January 1, 2012)
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    Genre Fiction
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E. B. Griffin is also the author of the bestselling Corps, Brotherhood of War, Badge of Honor, Men at War, and Honor Bound series. As much as I like the first reader, Michael Russotto, I enjoy Eric Dove's work just as well.

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The Generals (Brotherhood of War Series) by . This is the third book in the Brotherhood of War series and it follows the characters developed in the first two books, plus, as expected, it introduces a few more. The Berets (Brotherhood of War Series) by . Each character interacts with the others, so it is an enjoyable read. Having read this series in book form many years ago, I still remember a lot of the pieces mentioned in this book and that was enjoyable.

The Colonels: Brotherhood of War Series, Book 4 Audible Audiobook. This is the first book of the series and it continues on for several more; the first few are excellent, but the series does run out of steam towards the end. In this book, the main characters are identified and it is interesting how much of this book is spent on each one. One of the most important characters, Craig Lowell, doesn't come in until about halfway through the book, because a lot of the book was on developing the other characters.

Eric G. Dove (Goodreads Author) (Reading). Griffin is the best-selling author of more than fifty epic novels in seven series, all of which have made The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Publishers Weekly, and other best-seller lists

Eric G. THE LIEUTENANTS They were the young ones, the bright ones, the ones with the dreams. From the Nazi-prowled wastes of North Africa to the bloody corridors of Europe, they honorably answered the call. War–it was their duty, their job, their life. Griffin is the best-selling author of more than fifty epic novels in seven series, all of which have made The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Publishers Weekly, and other best-seller lists.

The Lieutenants (Brotherhood of War, The Captains (Brother. Brotherhood of War Series. 9 primary works, 13 total works. Featuring the lives and exploits of the men of the . Army and the women who love them. Book 1. The Lieutenants. They were the young ones, the bright ones, th. ore.

part of Brotherhood of War Series. A MAJOR WOR. AGNIFICEN. OWERFU. f books about warriors and the women who love them were given medals for authenticity, insight and honesty, Brotherhood of War would be covered with them. William Bradford Huie, author of. The Klansman and The Execution of Private Slovik. Brotherhood of War gets into the hearts and minds of those who by choice or circumstances are called upon to fight our nation’s wars. William R. Corson, Lt. Col.

The Lieutenants (Brotherhood of War W. E. B Griffin. Year Published: 1982. The free online library containing 500000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Year Published: 1977. Year Published: 1983. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

The Brotherhood of War Series (. Meet the Authors: . Retrieved 2008-07-05. Book I, The Last Heroes (Originally published as In The Line of Duty under the pseudonym of Alex Baldwin) (1984). Book II, The Secret Warriors (Originally published as Covert Operations under the pseudonym of Alex Baldwin) (1985).

Brotherhood of War. 9 books in series. The Lieutenants Publisher's Summary. Narrated by: Eric G. Dove. Length: 13 hrs and 44 mins. They were the young ones, the bright ones, the ones with the dreams. War - it was their duty, their job, their life. Griffin (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc. Show More Show Less. Book One of the Brotherhood.

They were the young ones, the bright ones, the ones with the dreams. From the Nazi-prowled wastes of North Africa to the bloody corridors of Europe, they honorably answered the call. War–it was their duty, their job, their life. They marched off as boys and they came back–those who made it–as soldiers and professionals forged in the heat of battle... “An American epic.” — Tom Clancy

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This is the first of nine books that writes of mostly European Army personnel beginning in Africa 1943. Although the principal characters are a composite of the various economic and cultural classes of the various combatants, they are a good cross section and almost anyone with a father, grandfather, uncle or brother who served during WWII or Korea will recognize them in one of the men or women written about. Although the first book is entitled The Lieutenants, there are actually to ranks profiled- the majors/Colonels and Generals who served as commanders and the 2d and 1st "Johns" Lieutenants that carry through the subsequent books as they ascend the promotions in the military. As always, Mr. Griffin writes a superb characterization and the people are easily created in the mind of the reader. What I particularly liked about this set of stories included within the first volume so much information, especially about the connections between the continuing cast and how a subset of society tends to "know" who belongs and who doesn't about all the continuing cast, without being too much information, both setting everyone up for subsequent books but also allowed for the small"OMG" details to be added through each developing chapter that it never read dull. As always, Mr. Griffin's attention to accurate and historical detail makes these works a fountain of information. We meet the "long grey line" and West Point Protection Assn, the rich kid from Long Island, the street wise sergeant, the impotent chairwarmer, the quintessential warrior and a host of real personalities that transcend language or country of origin and relate exclusively to the human race. It sets about the beginnings of the OSS/CIA and changes military mindset from soldiers & civilians and Geneva Conventions to Political warfare, civilian enemies, propaganda, subversion and no innocents: from the soldiers who lined up and fired across open fields at each other to 13 year old girls with C4 strapped to their waists on suicide missions in open marketplaces. A good read.
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I have to admit that I have read this series before and enjoyed it immensely, so I tried it again on my Kindle. This is the first book of the series and it continues on for several more; the first few are excellent, but the series does run out of steam towards the end. In this book, the main characters are identified and it is interesting how much of this book is spent on each one. One of the most important characters, Craig Lowell, doesn't come in until about halfway through the book, because a lot of the book was on developing the other characters. This is fine, though, because it gives you time to absorb the nuances of each character and thus they appear very real in your mind. I read this book about twenty years ago and was surprised how much I remembered - the characters are that memorable.
W.E.B. Griffin goes into great detail about a lot of things and that is a mixed blessing. Details about the type of weapons used in WWII and the people who were trained to use them helps you to follow why they do things. Details about the fussy parties and such you can skim. What is missed is the treatment of the inevitable battles in some depth. What is covered is how the individuals act around a battle and in the aftermath. Griffin takes delight in introducing the non-combat types who focus only on things like whether someone's uniform is perfect or who is driving too fast or other such pettiness while a war is going on. The most interesting part of the book is the focus on short stories about individuals which are given a lot of depth. Once you learn of a character and then you see the character react to circumstances, you understand why this person did so. Memorable characters is a hallmark of this series and events that happen early on reappear throughout the series. Not to give away any major plot points, but I did enjoy the special medal that was awarded to Lt. Lowell by the Greek government. It was huge and appeared to "outrank" other officers at events where medals and decorations were required - a blatant attempt to show off awards by organizers who were then shown up by this huge award to a lowly lieutenant.
Griffin also repeats certain aspects of individuals, but that is to be expected in a series like this where some readers might start in mid-series. And, while this is a great read, it gets better a couple of books later when Craig Lowell checks out an airplane or loads tanks onto trains. Such vignettes are wonderful to read and really are memorable; one has to imagine that Griffin must have heard these tales from others as they are simply too amusing and too detailed to have come from his memory. If I am wrong here, then Griffin is a genius of story telling. Please pick up this book and enjoy it.