The New Breed (2020)

The New Breed From the blistering jungles of Vietnam to the far flung battlefields of the African Congo they faced the turmoil of a new era It was a different kind of war But the courage and skill of these young f
  • Title: The New Breed
  • Author: W.E.B. Griffin
  • ISBN: 9780515092264
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the blistering jungles of Vietnam to the far flung battlefields of the African Congo, they faced the turmoil of a new era It was a different kind of war But the courage and skill of these young fighting men were an American tradition Like their fathers before them, they rose up to the ultimate challenge of military valor, holding their own in a storm of clashing cuFrom the blistering jungles of Vietnam to the far flung battlefields of the African Congo, they faced the turmoil of a new era It was a different kind of war But the courage and skill of these young fighting men were an American tradition Like their fathers before them, they rose up to the ultimate challenge of military valor, holding their own in a storm of clashing cultures They were America s new breed The proudest and the best
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    1. It is difficult to write reviews for the books in this series because I am reading them so quickly I bought all of them at one time and have been going non stop so that as soon as I finish one I just start the next leaving me no time to pause and write a review.However, I felt this book deserved a little bit of individual attention simply because, so far, it was the best of the bunch in not only this series but also of The Corps series which I read immediately before The Brotherhood of War This [...]

    2. After finishing The Generals which ends with an epilogue in the style of Where They Are Now , I was a bit surprised when Book 7 in Griffin s Brotherhood of War series opened in 1963 with Sandy Felter in his first meeting with newly installed President Lyndon Johnson I thought the story in the first six books was wide ranging and deep, with plenty of characters to keep the plot spinning along nicely But I also thought that it would be hard to continue it, especially by going back in time.However, [...]

    3. The New Breed is the sixth installment of the hardcover series Brotherhood of War by W.E.B Griffin and is said to be the best one of all the other 8 books The book is about 4 American colonels and their daily lives during the Congo crisis and the Vietnam war Colonel Sanford, Colonel Rudolph George, Colonel Craig, and Colonel Philip, who were in all of the previous books, but in this one W.E.B Griffin writes and introduces a new character to the series named Jack Portet.The book takes a step into [...]

    4. My favorite so far of the entire series After the last volume, The Generals I really thought that they were finished, if you read it, you ll see why at the end of the book.But this book brings back most of our beloved characters, and moves to the front many of the secondary characters of previous volumes It also brings the Congo Independence to the fore front a piece of American history greatly overshadowed by the rising conflict in Vietnam.The level of suspense in this volume surpasses the othe [...]

    5. One of my favorite series, I started reading it when we were stationed in Germany in 1987 I reread the series probably once a year just for fun.

    6. W.E.B Griffin s Brotherhood of War series is wonderful He understands that individual military members have different ways of coping with the constant stress they experience.

    7. The previous book in this series The Generals, book 6 seemed to finish up the whole series We were told how the lives of Lowell, Felter, Bellmon, and all the other characters ended, and how some of them lived happily ever after and some did not Anyway, it surprised me, then, to find that, instead of creating some new characters and continuing from where he left off or, even likely, just concluding the entire series WEB Griffin went back a few years to 1964 and wrote another book It takes place [...]

    8. W.E.B Griffin is my number one author EVER His real name is William E Butterworth and I don t know where the Griffin came from.His books are military in nature and as I am ex Army I can readily identiy.He has several series going.One series is about N.Y policemen His dialogue is so brilliant that I can t put the books down Such interesting characters and great plots.My favorites are the military ones He starts off writing about WWI Sounds boring to some but again, his character development is aw [...]

    9. PLAYING WITH FIRE by Katie MacAlister is 331 pages in length in paperback form This is 1 in A Novel Of The Silver Dragons.Brief Description FIRE AND WATER DON T MIX OR DO THEY Gabriel Tauhou, the leader of the silver dragons, can t take his eyes off May Northcott not even when May, who has the unique talent of being able to hide in the shadows, has slipped from everyone else s sight.May, however, has little time for Gabriel not when she s hiding from the Otherworld law, hunting down a blackmaile [...]

    10. After he ended the series with Book 6, Griffin must have felt the need to go back and get out of the characters Even though we know the future history, after Vietnam, this book goes back and creates a story centered on a civil war in Africa Lowell and Felter are there, as is Bellmon There are some new young officers, and Lowell s nephew is one of the key figures in the story This was very similar to The Generals, in which there is a long buildup to a battle at the end I found it a little slow g [...]

    11. The Stanleyville Rescue and the Gulf of Tonkin Incident The powers that be move to the air cav and Vietnam gets its incendiary start in the Gulf of Tonkin Great effort is expended to staunch the Commie vortex into Africa, beginning with the former Belgian Congo, where Ursula and baby, and Hanni and Mary Magdalene get caught in the middle of a Simba insurrection Defying all odds, Jack Portet is able to secret himself off with Margorie Bellmon for an intense weekend of sexual heat before he is swe [...]

    12. The New Breeds the seventh book in the Brotherhood of War It is the least interesting book in the series After The Generals , Griffin went back few years and wrote an addendum to what happened during the Congo conflict He created new and developed previous characters, but it was hard to get excited about Jack Porte and others after the author finished the story of Lowell, Felter and Bellmon This book added another chapter of Fleter s life but it did not create any excitement for me It was a lot [...]

    13. I first fell in love with Griffin s series beginning with the Corps Series Then along came Brotherhood of War Like The Corps, his characters are engaging and richly colorful But, the Brotherhood of War, while still very dynamic, seems to focus a little less on the world of war and fighting and on the culture of the US Army, especially the officer s corps Reading this series, I was intrigued by the almost country club like atmosphere Griffin sees in play among the US Army officers and the histor [...]

    14. A thoroughly enjoyable read featuring the well known characters from books 1 6 of this Men at War series It deals with native uprisings in Africa in the early 1960 s after LBJ has become president and how the main military characters, as well as some new characters who are introduced into the series, are drawn into the conflict The book is a great story on its own but is even enjoyable to those who have already read the previous books.

    15. Book 8 of 9 in the Brotherhood series Good book that intertwines with The Aviators and set circa 1964 Again, the main characters developed well and are well traveled There are minor errors of context, but the research is exquisite Further, it s written from an Army perspective and isn t very joint in nature Perhaps Special Ops did not get joint until after 1979 On to the last book of the series Special Ops.

    16. The entire Brotherhood of War series is excellent Once I read The Lieutenants I couldn t stop until I reached the end of the series The 9 book series follows a group of characters through their careers in the military from WWII to the Vietnam era.

    17. The New Breed Brotherhood of War 7 by W.E.B Griffin Jove 1987 Fiction Military The sons of the men who had been the story until now are now the young soldiers they are in Vietnam and in the Congo and are The New Breed My rating 7 10, finished 1987.

    18. this Is soap opera yes But this one is for the men and was thoroughly enjoyable WPB Griffin hasn t let us down.

    19. Very disappointed Usually with Griffin s books I can t put them down, this was actually a chore to finish.

    20. If you like tom clancy you will love Griffincomend that yoy start with first book in the The Corps Series Each book flows into the next.

    21. I enjoy most of Griffin s work The Brother hood of War and The Corps are my favorites of his series.

    22. After Craig W Lowell, the new breed of soldiers just couldn t hold my attention I gave up early in the book.

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