Kilo Class

Patrick Robinson, Author
Patrick Robinson, Author HarperCollins $25 (448p) ISBN 978-0-06-019129-0
Reviewed on: 04/03/2000
Release date: 04/01/2000
Hardcover - 978-0-06-019158-0
Analog Audio Cassette - 978-0-694-51978-1
Mass Market Paperbound - 544 pages - 978-0-06-109685-3
Mass Market Paperbound - 978-0-06-109817-8
Downloadable Audio - 978-1-4498-7678-4
Ebook - 544 pages - 978-0-06-117831-3
Analog Audio Cassette - 978-0-06-055668-6
Open Ebook - 560 pages - 978-1-4090-6914-0
Ebook - 544 pages - 978-0-06-183567-4
Downloadable Audio - 978-0-06-081833-3
Downloadable Audio - 978-0-06-081836-4
Paperback - 560 pages - 978-0-09-926904-5
Peanut Press/Palm Reader - 544 pages - 978-0-06-113269-8
Open Ebook - 544 pages - 978-0-06-113272-8
Hardcover - 413 pages - 978-0-7126-7887-2
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Those pesky Chinese are at it again. In the gripping techno-thriller sequel to Robinson's Nimitz Class (1997), the genre's new most favored villains have bought a number of highly capable, stealthy ""kilo class"" submarines from Russia to use as a threat against Taiwan. Navy Commander Cale ""Boomer"" Dunning, skipper of the nuclear-powered sub Columbia, is tapped to seek out and destroy the Kilos before the Chinese can take delivery. His assignment involves much derring-do, including a vividly described SEAL mission and a hair-raising transoceanic passage under the polar ice cap. Although Robinson excels in describing action scenes and armaments, careless writing and an abandoned subplot involving a hijacked researched vessel mar his tale. So does the smug assumption that our military knows best when to attack ships of another nation. Nevertheless, this is a sure hit for fans of military and adventure fiction. (May) FYI: Nimitz Class is currently in production with Universal Studios.
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