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Essay | Typhoon

This student essay consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis of Typhoon.
This section contains 1,575 words
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Typhoon

Summary: Essay provides a book review of the novel "The Typhoon" by Mark Joseph.

In the novel Typhoon written by Mark Joseph the genre of the novel is an action based plot. It is written as a worse case scenario and was based around America's fear of the Russians. The combat scenario is that America's intelligence has shown that One of the most deadliest vehicles in the world has gone missing somewhere in the White Sea. This vesicle is a nuclear powered Russian submarine that has enough power to take out large cities and to start wars. The Americans in fear of war have sent an American submarine to find and follow the submarine undetected. The only irony is that the Americans end up following another Russian submarine that is looking for the lost Typhoon as well. The theme of the novel is that you can never know who your friends are and who your enemies are by their looks but by their...

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This section contains 1,575 words
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