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April 17th, 2008  
A Can of Man
 
 
Uh yeah... that. I lost the file when I reformatted the computer. I thought I backed it up but.... can't seem to find it.
April 17th, 2008  
FULLMETALJACKET
 
 
aw, that stinks.
May 30th, 2008  
JamesK
 
Ive been writing somewhat a short story about the "End War" so to say one and off. I put in some references to predictions made of the apocolypse by the bible and other religious and stuff like that (By no means am I a bible thumper but it does make it sort of interesting). Like such things as RFID chips and how a prediction was made the "anti-christ" would make people have a mark that would be used for purchases and sale. Or how the world would be sweeped clean by fire instead of water as it was with Noah. Whats a better example of that than a gigantic nuclear war at the end of the ground war. Or how the "Third rise of the roman empire" would be lead by the anti-christ. Or was it second? Question is who would you make the third or second roman empire? If your writing a serious book you should take those into consideration. People always like a lil twist in books. Dont refer to them directly, but eventually people will connect the two. Then there ya go! You got a cult classic!
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June 13th, 2008  
Zort Boy
 
 
Richard Herman Jnr has written several good novels. Eric L Harry isn't too bad, don't bother with his novel "Invasion" though, hated it with a passion.
August 2nd, 2009  
BigRIJoe
 
[QUOTE=rock45;400085]Arc Light by Eric Harry has some interesting parts.

While Arc Light is a great book, Eric Harry lifted verbatim passages from The Day After World War 3,by Edward Zuckerman, and integrated them into his novel. Harry also wimps out regarding the EMP issue. After specifically having the characters in the NCA plane state that the 100 mile nuclear explosion over Milwaukee was an EMP burst, and having Marine Joint Chiefs' member General Fuller earn the wrath of others by describing that NUDET as a "Damn bonanza for the Japanese,", he has the characters make long distant telephone calls, drive their late model vehicles, and watch CNN. For shame, Mr. Harry, For Shame.
August 27th, 2009  
gman992
 
Cauldron/Vortex by Larry Bond
To Protect and Defend by Harry
November 11th, 2009  
AVON
 

Topic: Re: World War III Books.


One of my favorite books was "Red Alert" one of the first WW-3 novels. The book upon Dr Strangelove was based upon. My other is Red Storm Rising.
December 27th, 2009  
FourDeuce
 

If you like post-apocalyptic stories, you might check out Aftermath, by Al Steiner. I consider it one of the best online stories I've read(and I've read quite a few). Be aware that it was written for a sex story website, so the author included plenty of gratuitous sex. After several readings, I think you could pretty much delete all the sex scenes and still have a very good story.
BTW, for anyone familiar with military operations, he shows a very good use of defense-in-depth in the story.
If you want to read it, it's available at www.storiesonline.net
You have to register there to get the story, but you can download all the chapters and read them on your computer.
 


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