Typhoon

Typhoon

Book - 2003
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A deadly game of cat and mouse is played in the bone-chilling waters of the Arctic Ocean between an American submarine and a Russian Typhoon, the largest submersible ever built. The two are locked in a struggle that pits American technology against a wily Russian captain. Neither side can afford to lose, yet only one ship, one crew, can win. The Typhoon, as big as a World War II aircraft carrier, is the crowning achievement of the Soviet Union. The leviathans sank into decay with its demise. In exchange for hard currency, the new Russian Federation promised to scrap them, but one has escaped the cutter's torch. Now something big and wicked is coming out of the Barents Sea. Only USS Portland, her aggressive captain, his conflicted Exec, and the first woman to serve aboard an American sub stand in its way.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam, c2003.
ISBN: 9780399149351
039914935X
Characteristics: 388 pages :,map ;,24 cm.

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GLNovak
Mar 19, 2013

This was a page turner of a military story. The two submarines came to life for me as the crews fought to find each other, to follow orders, and to search for the best outcome. The technical information was great. Presented throughout the story but not over done or incomprehensible. The characters were well-drawn through word and deed so you didn't need to know much history to become involved with them. Loved that sense of being blindfolded and tuning your senses to their most senstive.

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