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by Frederick Forsyth
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  • Author:
    Frederick Forsyth
  • ISBN:
    0553096621
  • ISBN13:
    978-0553096620
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    Bantam; Large Print edition (May 1, 1994)
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    Thrillers & Suspense
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Series: acorte Press Large Print Collection. Hardcover: 528 pages.

Series: acorte Press Large Print Collection.

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Bantam Books by Frederick Forsyth. The day of the jackal. The fist of god. Bantam books. The devil’s alternative. New York Toronto London Sydney Auckland. Not one word has been omitted. Bantam Books are published by Bantam Books, a division of Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc. Its trademark, consisting of the words Bantam Books and the portrayal of a rooster, is Registered in . Patent and Trademark Office and in other countries. Broadway, New York, New York 10036.

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The printing press is one of the world's most important inventions. The ability for Buddhist and Taoist texts to be printed quickly and in large volumes was very important for the Chinese (and surrounding nations). The quick, cheap and easy distribution of information would ultimately change the course of history. This, in no small part, helped spread Buddhism around the region. And we might not know about this man if it wasn't for a contemporary scholar and scientist named Shen Kuo.

During the Gulf War, a mysterious spy planted deep in the heart of Iraq becomes the key as Saddam Hussein threatens to unleash a secret, ultimate weapon on the Allied forces. By the author of The Day of the Jackal. (Adventure & Suspense).

Hulore
Well, it could've happened that way. The author takes gulf war one and there is a plan by Saddam to gather a nuke before the coalition forces invade Iraq. It also gives some insight into the resistance by some Kuwaiti leaders while being occupied by Iraq. Written in the mid nineties, it is somewhat plausible, but the most interesting aspect of the book is it seems to be amazingly prophetic about what would happen to Iraq and the entire mid-east if Saddam was eliminated, and it gives a very likely explanation why we did not go forward and take him out. Clearly we had the means and opportunity. At the time most Americans wondered why we left him in place. (Unfortunately now we know what could happen.) I enjoyed the characters and the story and I highly recommend the read.
Muniath
I'm biased. Forsyth is my favorite writer, and he does not disappoint in this fictionalized version of the first Iraqi war. He may have written fiction here, but he uses many of the real-life people who conducted the war. And he must have had wonderful inside information, because his story is "too real to not believe." So, we'll never know if Sadam really had a giant cannon that could fire a nuclear shell into the gathering American soldiers who were about to destroy his scheme to take Kuwait. That may be the fiction part, but the behind-the-scenes spying and scheming is just too good to not be true. Whatever, Forsyth never disappoints, and this thriller will keep you page-turning until the conclusion. When God decided He needed to put a novelist on this Earth to show us how it's supposed to be done, He gave us Forsyth. Thank God!!!
Delaath
This is a technothriller. If you are looking for Great Literature, look elsewhere, that isn't the point here.
Although the technical stuff gets repeated a bit, the story itself and especially the climax is so exciting that reading the same explanation twice fades into insignificance.
And, besides, how often do you get to read a novel carefully embedded in the first Gulf War -- the one liberating Kuwait from the monster, Saddam?
And done so well it is hard to be sure which bits are true and which bits are not.
Kirinaya
This was my first Forsyth novel - now I'm going to have to read all the others. I learned more history from this book, than from any other source during the war, or after. Now I can picture the places so many of my friends fought - the landscape, the players, the intricacies. The book moves along quickly, the characters multi-faceted. Great on so many levels - a Must-Read.
Leniga
Good read with excellent research carrying the plot. I am hoping the author doesn't depend on a 40+ like Ken Follett to crank out stories that have repetitive plots like those of the old Wild West pulp authors. Frederick Forsythe swings up and down the scale with more on the up side ... when his creativity peaks a masterpiece emerges that his readers enjoy and never forget. The Fist of God is an example.
Vosho
Pretty much over the top, the technology was at least semi-plausible, Fast-paced. Not very believable that exactly one person was assigned to do all of the clandestine work.
Talvinl
As usual with Forsyth it's a goodie. Good background build up, characters well developed, story is current and action packed, and well within reality. I can't get enough of his books. If he ever writes a bad one I'll really be surprised.
In sometimes excruciating detail, Forsyth weaves a fascinating story of the first gulf war. At the denouement, it was unstoppable and well worth the occasional slog.