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  • By Scott Farrell
    Jun 2, 2012
    I truly enjoyed "Special Forces: Soldiers". The author made you love and hate their characters, and the situations were occasionally excellent. I can't say the same about "Special Forces: Mercenaries Part 1". More detail is given throughout, and the characters are more broadly drawn, and there are fewer obvious errors. But the story has almost nowhere to go, and a good deal of nothing happens at regular intervals. (SPOILER ALERT!!) > > > > > Vadim is captured by Soviet forces who torture him and break him down. Dan, through diplomatic channels, is able to rescue him, but it leaves Vadim a ghost of his former self. Unable to cope with his recent trauma, he leaves Dan broken-hearted. Dan, in response, signs up for fighting the war in the Persian Gulf. Vadim tries to piece his life back together, and goes through Special Selection, with the hope of seeing Dan again. The men eventually met again, but their relationship is reduced to petty and bitter... More > fighting, and not of the angry sex they experienced in their early relationship. After many struggles, they get back together and return to where we left them at the end of "Soldiers". But then nothing really happens for the remaining 200+ pages. No new obstacles to overcome, no exciting or gripping features. Just a lot of sex, and we've read it all before in the previous installment. Also WAAAY too much attention to minor detail. I am not encouraged to read the second part by this one, but if I do, I hope there is more of a story to be had as we move toward "Veterans".< Less
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Product Details

First Edition
Camouflage Press
March 24, 2010
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
2.17 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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