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really like the tom-clancy-like style (and your intent anyway). i am eagerly awaiting part V. but i think, it would be a better read if the installments were a little longer. maybe two put into one?
longer chapters would give you a better chance to build up the atmosphere ...Permalink to Comment
Good start. I do agree with the "Clancy-like" comment: the story so far is far-fetched but logically consistent. Of course, if this were a Clancy novel, the US reaction would be increased mobilization in the Middle East to secure Iraq and pressure our regional "allies" into giving us defacto control of OPEC, thus giving us a new leverage against an oil-hungry China.Permalink to Comment
'defacto control of OPEC' - this is the kind of thing that got you into the trouble you're in now.Permalink to Comment
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