Really impressed with the story line by the author. The book is based on true events, the author did a fantastic job collecting over the years as he has to compile a major turn of events during the Red Scare.
What an enormous waste of time. The Author has taken what could have been a tremendous story, and turned it into dull and unimaginable waste of approx 11 hours. As a career officer, I have had the priveledge to read more imaginative after action reports by junior officers.
This is a very well written book which, for the most part, keeps the listener very attentive. It reads something like a mystery novel. The only criticism I could offer is that there are too many useless details. But in general it is an excellent book.
Overall this is very well done and documents a remarkable story that moves along fairly well. With that said there is repetition of many of the facts. When he finally gets around to the conclusion he does not spend a lot of time on it; not nearly as much as is spent documenting the navy brass cover up. Overall, though, it is well worth the time spent in listening.
A fascinating inside look at the history of the Scorpion, it's mission and the implications of world politics at the time. Read Red Star Rogue first and the history of Scorpion makes so much sense.
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