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Score: 8.3/10  [1 review]
3 out of 5
ProdID: 730 - Dreamland : Nerve Centre
Written by Dale Brown and Jim Defelice

Dreamland : Nerve Centre
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Hidden in the Nevada desert is Dreamland - an advanced aerospace-weapons testing facility where the best of the best develop artillery and aircraft that push beyond the cutting edge.
Dreamland's latest project - Flighthawk: an unmanned aerial-attack aircraft. To help pilots master the complex remote-flying skills required to control it a high risk system is being trialed in which a microchip is implanted in the pilot's skull. Initially, all goes well for the first volunteer, Army Captain Kevin Madrone. But the psychological stress proves too much - and suddenly Madrone dissapears, armed with one of the most powerful weapons in the world...

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Review by: cheekiedrakie (Bratt)
Dated: 25th of October, 2005

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This Review: 8.3/10
Value for Money:
Score 9 out of 10
Level of Realism:
Score 7 out of 10
Rereadability:
Score 9 out of 10
Lose Track of Time:
Score 8 out of 10

The feeling of anticipation left at the end of "Dreamland" never ceased the whole time I was reading "Nerve Center". This book is well worth every cent I paid for it.
The level of realism in this book was a little over the top, but from what I understand, thats Dale Brown's style, and I'm not complaining. This book kept me enthralled from cover to cover.
I could easily re-read this book (and I plan to, just as soon as I finish the series).
One thing that was different from the first in the series, was, I was able to put the book down, not that I'm complaining, I do need to eat sometime. But when I was reading I easily lost track of time, which made the 20 minute walk home from school seem like 2 minutes, and to the number of drivers I frustrated when I missed my chance to cross the road, I'm sorry.
Overall, a good read. Similar to a good steak: Not overdone, and not still running round the paddock. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good sci-fi/thriller. Though if you do choose to read this book, I highly suggest that before you do, you read the first book in the series, it explains a lot.

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