The Last Israelis
|Author||: Noah Beck|
|Publsiher||: Noah Beck|
|Total Pages||: 460|
|Rating||: 4.0/5 (945 downloads)|
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Iran has threatened to destroy Israel while actively developing the nuclear means to do so. Israel’s Prime Minister is suddenly hospitalized -- shortly after learning that Iran is just a week away from entering the so-called “zone of immunity” by transferring key components of its nuclear weapons program into a mountain impervious to attack by Israeli jets. Israel’s "second-strike" answer to the existential threat posed by a nuclear Iran is a powerful submarine armed with nuclear-tipped missiles that can strike targets 930 miles away. A gripping cautionary tale about a nuclear Iran, "The Last Israelis" takes a suspense-filled ride aboard the Dolphin submarine. The crew of 35 submariners are ethnically, religiously, and politically diverse. Added to this cauldron of complexity are the rivalry between the captain and his deputy, and a childhood tragedy that quietly haunts a younger sailor whose psychological wounds could explode at any time. The relentless pressures of submarine life, threats at sea, and an intensely divisive and mind-bending dilemma, make conflict among the crew inevitable. Sometimes the boiling point is reached only in a crewmember's dream, but at other times, the situation is all too real.