The Last Israelis
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In this gripping doomsday thriller "ripped from the headlines," Iran has threatened to destroy Israel while developing the nuclear capability to do so.
Struck by a medical emergency, Israel’s Prime Minister falls unconscious just as military action is needed to stop Iran’s nukes.
History is now up to 35 Israelis aboard the Dolphin – a powerful submarine armed with nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles.
Ship unity is crucial to mission success, but deep conflicts rise to the surface among crewmembers who are ethnically diverse and ideologically divided.
Tensions boil further from the rivalry between the captain and his deputy, and a childhood tragedy that quietly haunts a younger sailor whose psychological wounds could explode at any time.
On their suspenseful voyage to Armageddon, the submariners must confront each other -- and pulse-pounding threats at sea -- before facing an unthinkable dilemma.
It will be the toughest decision of their lives – and it will determine the fate of the Middle East.
A Psychological and Military Thriller About the Coming Apocalypse
The Last Israelis is one of those provocative and haunting books that stays with you long after you're done reading it. There was something really powerful about the way it all came together. I loved the role of dreams in the story -- they were incredibly vivid and disturbingly surreal.
I'm not really into military fiction -- I tend to read psychological thrillers books. But there was so much psychological complexity -- from the way the characters interact with each other and with their own past/memories -- that it made for a fascinating read. I also really enjoyed the way different layers of a character's personality or personal story were revealed as the story progressed.
The drama produced by the nuclear Armaggedon scenario was also very compelling. I strongly recommend this book!
Best seller !
This thriller is most timely because it reminds us of a scenario that unfortunately is all too realistic.
Hard to put the book down once you begin reading the first few pages.
The characters, the dialogue, the intense scenarios and story as a whole is simply undescribable and written so well.
- Category: Mysteries & Thrillers
- Published: Apr 30, 2013
- Publisher: BookBaby
- Seller: BookBaby
- Print Length: 269 Pages
- Language: English