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Battlefield 3: The Russian eBook: Andy McNab, Peter Grimsdale: terney.info: Kindle Store. In Battlefield 3, players step into the role of the elite U.S. Marines where they will experience heart-pounding .. The Russian - Battlefield 3 is a book tie in with one of the hottest gaming properties on the market. . Shelves: ebook, own. Billed as a pseudo-prequel to the events of BF3, "The Russian" follows Russian special forces soldier Dmitri "Dima" Mayakovsky and.

Reviews As bullets whiz by, walls crumble, and explosions throw you to the ground, the battlefield feels more alive and interactive than ever before. In Battlefield 3, players step into the role of the elite U. Marines where they will experience heart-pounding missions across diverse locations including Paris, Tehran and New York Since , EA's series of Battlefield games have set the standard for realism and ambition. And in Autumn , with the global release of the hotly anticipated Battlefield 3, they're raising the bar even higher. Battlefield 3 will be the most authentic, vivid, all-action first person shooter ever. To be published alongside the game, Battlefield 3: The Russian is also best in class - the first time that a games publisher has worked so closely with an internationally bestselling author. Never before has a tie-in book benefitted from this level of collaboration from the creative team behind the game itself. Nor has it been written by a thriller writer with such a strong track record and reputation. Displaying all of McNab's trademark grit, authenticity and insight, Battlefield 3: The Russian is a scorching top-of-the-line military thriller and a heart-stopping race against time. Prepare to be blown away

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'Battlefield 3: The Russian' is a book based on Battlefield 3, has Russians

Andy McNab. SAS Volume 1. Spy Trade. Matthew Dunn. Men of Men. False Friends. Crisis Four Nick Stone Book 2: Remote Control Nick Stone Book 1: Last Light Nick Stone Book 4: Firewall Nick Stone Book 3: See 1 question about Battlefield 3…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 20, Maristela Rezende rated it it was amazing.

This is a book for those who like espionage, war and lots of action. I read the book in a day and a half, because I love reading this kind of literature. I do not know the game, but should be very good, if we base the book. Dima is a Russian soldier who does not always work that may appear. Already a veteran and is always solving the issues, not the conventional side, but its way.

Resolve to get away, but the bosses want to get rid of him and put him behind a negotiator for nuclear weapons. Actua This is a book for those who like espionage, war and lots of action. Actually, he did not want to die and get nothing when trying to complete the task. Blackburn is a fusileiro American who is on assignment in Iran and that twist of fate faced with Mila and ends up saving the life of another and exchange information.

Unfortunately, the superiors do not accept it and they both end up being hunted. Blackburn vai Mila is arrested and accused of terrorism. The rest, just reading to learn the outcome.

Jul 15, Erin Pallott rated it really liked it Shelves: Something strange has happened Me and my Grandad now have an author in common. I have long been aware of Andy McNab's work but I haven't been inspired to start reading any of his books Until now of course. I picked this up firstly because it's a novel based on a videogame that I enjoyed and secondly because I recognised the author.

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I haven't played the actual game in quite a few months, but after reading the book I can remember the story quite clearly. The very first and most important point Something strange has happened Andy McNab injected so much more emotion into the story than the game ever could not that I'm dissing the game as I thought it was excellent.

Through the book I was able to clearly understand the character's thoughts and feelings which is of course necessary for a reader to be hooked into a story and want to follow the character's emotions. I really enjoyed reading about the two sides that are aiming for the same thing. In the game we focus more of Sergeant Blackburn's story but in the book we looked more at Dima Mayakovsky's side of things. My favourite thing is definately when their paths entwine.

This novel has so many qualities. It's gripping: I continued reading without any questions. It's emotional: I felt for the characters and at times I was touched.

This book could possibly be enjoyed by any fans of authors like Andy McNab and not just people who have played Battlefield 3. I might now consider raiding my grandfather's bookshelf because if this an advert for McNab's other books then I might just have to pick them up.

It would be great to have a real conversational topic to share with my grandad. Oct 28, Chris Harrison rated it really liked it.

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I thought this book was very good but ultimately let down at the end with what seemed like a rushed finale into the final 2 pages. I also felt there was too many characters which made it at times confusing, so much so that I didn't realise until flicking through the book after finishing it that Soloman was with Dima in the opening episode.

Story was intersting and they built Soloman up to be a right bad ass who decapitated people, was smart and even when approached by Dima at the end had crushing strength yet the finale you get a few lines on how he was chased in the subway and eliminated. Feb 26, Oscar rated it it was amazing.

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'Battlefield 3: The Russian' is a book based on Battlefield 3, has Russians

The Russian is based on the game Battlefield 3. The basic story line follows 2 different people. The first being the American Special Operations team. I think this book is really good because its for a start written by Andy McNab who has a big military background so he knows what hes talking about for a start. The second reason is since he has this military backing he can describe what it feels like Battlefield 3: The second reason is since he has this military backing he can describe what it feels like since he has been in that situation.

View all 8 comments. May 05, Sean M rated it really liked it. I've played plenty of Battlefield in my time certainly.

I couldn't tell you how many hours I've spent playing Battlefield 2: I mean, the action plays out straightforward enough in the game, what need is there for a novelization of it, right? Let's find out in this review if that's still the case, or if this book does a great job standing on it's own m I've played plenty of Battlefield in my time certainly.

Let's find out in this review if that's still the case, or if this book does a great job standing on it's own merits instead. The Russian was very fun to read first and foremost.

I had a great time reading through most of the book. Most of the story unfolded very quickly and there was always some sort of page turning action going on at every turn that made you want to keep up with the breakneck pace the book sets at times. It was an entertaining ride for sure and I think for the most part it did a great job of providing fun for me. The locations in the novel were pretty standard for this genre I believe.

The Middle East was the main showcase for most of the book. I wasn't a huge fan of it to be honest, but I don't know how else the author could have made it pop, so I wouldn't say it's a huge detractor.

Later on you get a change of scenery and travel to Paris and New York. More fairly standard settings that don't really stand on their own.

The action was great. Lots of beat downs, gun fights, and explosions kept the action dial turned up to the max throughout the book which I was very pleased with. There was always something happening during the book. One minute a character is assaulting an enemy compound, the next they are attacking a secret WWII bunker hidden in the side of the mountain. Very fun moments to be sure and I think they were all pretty cool.

I never thought the set pieces were dull at any point and in fact I believe they were well done throughout the entire adventure. My biggest problem with this book is that it's divided between 2 different perspectives.

One, Sgt. Blackburn is the tale of an American soldier fighting to keep his unit and his sanity alive. During the beginning of the book I was never looking forward to his parts because they were so dryly written.

Maybe it was the nature of his character, but, I never found myself engrossed in his world. During the back end of the story, Blackburn becomes a bit more interesting but I don't know that I ever truly cared about him. If you didn't include any of his story, the book would have been better. The other character is Dima Mayakovsky. He is the star of this novel and boy does he take that role very seriously. An ex-Spetsnaz badass who doesn't take shit from anyone and is very serious in dishing out his brand of justice.

I was so fascinated by Dima throughout the entire book because he was always evolving. Sure he was a hardass and sometimes very volatile, but he did it with a certain flair that made you appreciate his history as a Spetsnaz. Every moment was either high-octane and energizing or cool and calculated but Dima always did it with a style I seriously appreciated.

I'd love to see more of him as a future standalone character. What this book did was give me a preview of what to expect when I get around to playing the game at some point in the near future because I still have some of the action sequences floating around in my head. I think if you're into action, or military style action movies this is definitely something you'd want to check out. If you're a fan of Battlefield 3, this will be a great complement to the game.

Nov 11, S. Wright rated it liked it. The Russian - Battlefield 3 is a book tie in with one of the hottest gaming properties on the market. So how does this one fly? It's gripping: I continued reading without any questions. It's emotional: I felt for the characters and at times I was touched.

This book could possibly be enjoyed by any fans of authors like Andy McNab and not just people who have played Battlefield 3.

I might now consider raiding my grandfather's bookshelf because if this an advert for McNab's other books then I might just have to pick them up. It would be great to have a real conversational topic to share with my grandad. I thought this book was very good but ultimately let down at the end with what seemed like a rushed finale into the final 2 pages.

I also felt there was too many characters which made it at times confusing, so much so that I didn't realise until flicking through the book after finishing it that Soloman was with Dima in the opening episode. Story was intersting and they built Soloman up to be a right bad ass who decapitated people, was smart and even when approached by Dima at the end had crushing strength yet the finale you get a few lines on how he was chased in the subway and eliminated.

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