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  • Writer's pictureJames G Yeo

Book review of The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy

Well, the writing style that Clancy did was something that I have not every read before. It made it easy to follow along with the story for all areas that were involved around the main subject of the book which is the sub Red October. All I can say is that this book is well written.

For the plot and climax, Clancy made sure that you were waiting for the next clip from the several stories that are all tied into the book. At times he will leave you guessing for what is to come next as he leaves the reader spellbound and wanting to turn to the next page. The one thing is that this books chapters are a little longer than I was expecting however with the way that they are laid out you can easily set the book down and then pick up where you left off.

With my own opinion, I enjoyed the book even though it took some time to read the book as I was busy with my own projects. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes military fiction books and the big thing that I will say is that I may look at reading more of Clancy's books in the future.

As it comes to the next book that I am going to read, I am picking a classic. The book is Lord of the Flies by William Golding. Keep reading and stay safe.

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