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The Elephant Game

The War Planners
Narrated by: Michael Pauley
Length: 11 hrs and 16 mins
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Summary

The explosive fourth book in the USA Today best-selling War Planners series.

Tensions are running high between the United States and China. And a belligerent North Korea isn't helping matters. As members of the US military and intelligence community prepare for the worst, Chinese leaders play a dangerous game.

Note: This series should be enjoyed in order:

  1. The War Planners
  2. The War Stage
  3. Pawns of the Pacific
  4. The Elephant Game
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Wow

Loved it, Gripping to the end can't wait for book 5, The new Tom Clancy for me.

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amazing

absolutely love this series I xant wait to start it again.


gripping and exciting....hurry up and make moren:)

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  • Terry J Young
  • 03-04-18

Great!!! Where is book #5 ????????

Cannot wait to read the follow up!!!! Mr. Watts: type quickly, LOL. !!!!!! This is a warning of the future!!!!

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  • Ron Cutcher
  • 02-07-18

it makes you think

This book makes you think. You find yourself looking into world events and questioning how much you really know about the people arpund you and what other countries are doing. Great book waiting for the next one.