Debt of Honor by Tom Clancy

This book is 20 years old. The shiny sparkly high tech is old and stale, but the financial trickery is pretty good. The fight scenes are amazingly one sided:  It seems that, aside from the sneak attack in the beginning, the American fighters have rolled the highest scores in luck. Nothing -ever- goes wrong.  The sub-thread with the philandering politician in the Oval Office took place three years before the Clinton, that’s kind of pre-scient.

The ending, though…  it feels like a kid’s wish-list: I want to blow up my school and kill the principal and all the teachers and hurray! Fresh start for the next year! or the next book.

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