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If the Pacific falls to the Chinese, they will be one step closer to dominating all of Asia.  

A line has been drawn in the sand - if there is any hope of stemming Operation Red Storm, the Philippines cannot be conquered. Will the Allies be able to hold their ground in this intense sea battle?  

Reeling from the loss of two aircraft carriers, the US is forced to move its carriers from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific. Will additional ships from the Atlantic Fleet and the new railguns on the Zumwalt-class destroyers be enough to overcome the drone and cruise missile swarms of the Chinese navy? Or will the sheer numbers of incoming munitions simply overtake the Allied forces?  

Battlefield Pacific is the highly anticipated fourth book in the Red Storm geopolitical military thriller series. If you like pulse-pounding combat scenes, rich characters, and unpredictable twist and turns, you’ll love James Rosone and Miranda Watson’s newest addition to the series.  

Uncover some of the deeper threads that have been woven in Russia and China’s master plot. With the addition of India and Indonesia to their alliance, will the democracies of the West be able to stand against the dictatorial regimes of the East? Grab your copy of Battlefield Pacific to join the action and find out.

The Red Storm Series is best enjoyed when read in the correct order as each book builds on the previous work. 

Reading order:  

  • Book 1: Battlefield Ukraine 
  • Book 2: Battlefield Korea 
  • Book 3: Battlefield Taiwan 
  • Book 4: Battlefield Pacific
  •  Book 5: Battlefield Russia 
  • Book 6: Battlefield China - End of Series
©2018 Front Line Publishing (P)2019 Front Line Publishing

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Awesome!

A thrilling and intriguing story of modern warfare told to perfection. Made even better by a vocally talented narrator. I'm glad to have discovered it when I did.

It's also really nice to have my home country of Australia play a big part. Well done, you guys!

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  • Mathias Bergen
  • 20-06-2020

Changing the narrator on book 4 is never good

Night and day between the two narrators. This guy just isn't a good fit for military fiction. Enjoyed the story a ton to this point. Maybe I'll try the written version but I doubt it. Definitely will be trading in books 1-3 as I no longer have interest in the story as a whole.

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  • Doug MacGregor
  • 02-11-2019

Guide for narrators - just read the book

I've enjoyed the first books in the series and they were well narrated. B.J. Harrison has done the last books and I'm not even sure I want to listen to them.. I don't understand why readers insist on "spicing things up" with various terrible accents. Terrible southern accents, even worse Chinese and Russian accents are like fingernails on a chalk board.

Listening to a Chinese general using a non-accented English voice is far better than listening to a terrible attempt at a Chinese accent. I'll probably finish the series but Harrison has joined the list of readers that I won't listen to.

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  • Lewis Steele
  • 31-05-2019

Great book in the series

This series is awesome it keeps you hooked throughout and it keeps you reading to see just how the good guys are going to pull through!

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  • John Rubenstein
  • 25-05-2019

I want more.

Brilliant writing and very accurate & detailed with real world facts. Can't wait for the next book.

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  • Ronald Polhill
  • 03-05-2019

Wow, just wow.

Great story excellently told. There were quite a few moments when I thought about turning it off as the story not only kept me gripped but illicited no little anxiety regarding the outcome. I can't wait for the next installment.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 14-07-2021

Is this a sick joke? Why change the narrator on book 4!?!?!

I was really enjoying this series. Listened to the first three books in 2 weeks. Then got to this one and it’s unlistenable. I am so disappointed.

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  • Denis_L
  • 22-05-2021

Yes, fiction can contain mistakes

This could have been a good book/series, except for those pesky mistakes.

I don't have the written book so I can't tell for certain if the errors are the fault of the narrator or author. For example, early in the story, the narrator mentions "anti-personal mine". That's so obviously wrong to anyone who reads military novels. It is an "anti-personnel" mine.. In another section, a "Zumwalt" destroyer is pronounced "zoom-walt". Again wrong. The first part is "zum", rhymes with "gum". Then, the narrator pronounces the name "Sig Sauer" (pistol) as "Sig Sawyer", like Tom Sawyer. No, no, no, it sounds like "sour", not "sawyer". One last point. I don't know why authors need to mangle military ranks in their dialog. Why didn't the author just ask a soldier? You can find them easily. In combat and less formal settings, a Sargent, is a Sargent, is a Sargent. You don't go around saying, "First Sargent Smith, or Staff Sargent Smith." It is just Sargent Smith. It is not First Lieutenant Smith or Second Lieutenant Smith. It is just Lieutenant Smith.
I like a good military story, but terminology needs to be accurate or it ruins the feel. The narrator either needs to research the subject, or give up reading military novels.

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  • Jeffrey Wolf
  • 16-03-2021

Another Great book by Mr. Rasone, and Mrs.Watson.

Loved it.
Mr. Rasones books are very realistic, or what I imagine a war would be like. The flow of the story is outstanding and the way he ties it all together is great too. I like how this book ended, and the next pick up without skipping a beat.
Great job, makes my daily commute to and from work enjoyable.

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  • ronald bolin
  • 20-09-2020

Bad narration.

Narration needs improvement. just read the book and stop with the silly accents. Copy over

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 12-09-2020

Well narrated and could not put it down.

This is so close to current world affairs it is uncanny. Enjoyed the fast pace and we'll researched arms knowledge. Characters very realistic.

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  • Darwin
  • 20-06-2020

Excellent depiction of current affairs

Fantastic in feeling the pulse of possible outcomes if the world continues on its current trajectory.

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