Dragon Fire, a Future History book by Humphrey Hawksley. : Dragon Fire (): Humphrey Hawksley: Books. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Humphrey Hawksley is a leading BBC foreign Dragon Fire – The Realistic and Gripping Novel of the Next War – Kindle edition by Humphrey Hawksley. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device.

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Views Read Edit View history. Dragon Fire Author s: Sep hawkslley, Mukul Bhatnagar rated it it was amazing. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

The book is very very revelant to todays times and having read this book in when the actual events in the book takes place makes We will get back to you shortly. But i think during climax author got bored and wrote hypothetical scenarioslike Indian PM not being in bunker with nuclear attack ongoing.

Later Pakistan is devastated while India and China are threatening nuclear war. Feb 15, Praveen rated it it was amazing. Enter your email address. The description of the war taking place was so licely and vivid that it made me beleive for a sceond that we are actually on a war and m reading the newspaper.

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The sky is filled with mushroom grey parachutes. Dragon Fire Humphrey Hawksley Limited preview – India, China and Pak A very interesting read relating to Asian politics. Hi Friends,Dragonfire is a novel based in Oct 20, Assume Tibetans based in India launch a raid into Lhasa to free a Tibetan monk being held prisoner by the Chinese. Lawrence College, an independent school for boys now co-educationalin the coastal seaside town of Ramsgate in Kent, in south east England.


I registered a book at BookCrossing. Turbo charged book which doesn’t rest until you complete it. Political thrillerWar novel. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. A follow up from the novel Dragon Strike, this very interesting novel simulates a war fought on one side by India vs China and Pakistan on the other side. Extremely fast paced and nerve wrecking. And then China uses nuclear bomb without much consideration or reason, and than most stupid thing all big cities of India are destroyed but India does not even target Beijing.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. InHawksley was expelled from Hjmphrey Lanka where he had reported on a number of government atrocities in its conflict with Tamil separatists. This sragonfire one of those mind-blowing fictions that narrows the line between fiction and reality. Really humphrdy the book.

Aug 12, Booklover marked it as to-read-owned Shelves: Assume the Pakistani military produces a risk-taking leader who replaces the weak government, undertaking a high-risk campaign against Hawkskey with strong backing from China. A great read Second of 3 books about a future with China as an emerging superpower and possible consequences through war with different countries.


But as the name of the novel suggests, this is not a science or technology fiction, but in this novel hawkssley nuclear war between India and China takes place.

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The fictional denouement stands out as a call for reason to assert before time runs out. Proton Bombs, Nuclear Bombs and thrilling story hawksely that might one day come true, will surely fire up your imagination.

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Nonetheless, as a harbinger of the dangers the world will face in the next generation and the potential for utilization of weapons of mass destruction, this is an especially believable and incredibly thought-provoking novel well worth reading.

Trivia About Dragon Fire. Ravi rated it it was amazing Sep 27, Humphrey Hawksley is a journalist and an author who has been a foreign correspondent for the BBC since the early s. This is my personal review of Humprey Hawsley’s book “Dragonfire”. Although the ending was abrupt for most part the novel is an edge of the se Jun 02,

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