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The Great Game By D.R. Bell The Great Game The Great Game is an international intrigue and thriller piece set against the backdrop of a near future in which China and Russia have staged a financial coup against the U S dollar to replace it as

  • Title: The Great Game
  • Author: D.R. Bell
  • ISBN: 0063
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Great Game By D.R. Bell The Great Game is an international intrigue and thriller piece set against the backdrop of a near future in which China and Russia have staged a financial coup against the U.S dollar to replace it as the world s reserve currency Fortunes are made and lost in a matter of hours But some have far ranging plans than financial gain Computer engineer David Ferguson has The Great Game is an international intrigue and thriller piece set against the backdrop of a near future in which China and Russia have staged a financial coup against the U.S dollar to replace it as the world s reserve currency Fortunes are made and lost in a matter of hours But some have far ranging plans than financial gain Computer engineer David Ferguson has no idea that a chance meeting with a friendly stranger in the airport will change everything Suddenly, he is running for his life, without knowing why or from whom In trying to evade his pursuers, David accidentally involves Maggie Sappin, a graduate student and a transplant from Kiev To save themselves, they have to uncover the reasons behind a financial crisis and political upheaval that followed From Los Angeles to Texas, Kiev, Moscow, and New York, the body count mounts along with the layers of deception as two innocent people become key players in The Great Game This is a work of fiction But what are presented in the story as facts of the time of writing are indeed facts in real life And if some elements look hard to imagine, back in the early 1980s one would have been laughed at for suggesting that in a few short years people would be dancing on top of the Berlin Wall and the Soviet Union would be no longer Are there any lessons in this for us Have we learned from the two market crashes and financial upheavals we have had already in this still yo
    The Great Game By D.R. Bell

    What Was the Great Game ThoughtCo Jul , The Great Game also known as Bolshaya Igra was an intense rivalry between the British and Russian Empires in Central Asia, beginning in the nineteenth century and continuing through wherein Britain sought to influence or control much of Central Asia to buffer the crown jewel of its empire British India. The Great Game The Struggle for Empire in Central Asia The Great Game was Russia s version of America s Manifest Destiny to dominate a continent, and Hopkirk is careful to explain Russian viewpoints as fully as those of the British. Great Game Central Asian history Britannica Great Game, Rivalry between Britain and Russia in Central Asia in the late th century The term was used by Rudyard Kipling in his novel Kim . The Great Game Directed by Maurice Elvey With James Hayter, Thora Hird, Diana Dors, Sheila Shand Gibbs The wealthy chairman of First Division Football Club, Burnville United, makes an unethical approach to a star player of another club, and the ensuing scandal costs him his job. The Great Game The Great Game is a uplifting reminder of the trials and tribulations of embracing a life less ordinary, and the rewards that come from chasing your dreams, no matter how far you have to travel to realise them.

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    1. Dan on said:

      Great readAt first I wasn t sure about getting into this book I stuck with it and then it was like a steep water slide, a wild fast ride The book slows again in the middle especially when the author seems to pontificate about a certain book written in the real world Other than that, a fast, snow skiing downhill race with an avalanche chasing your heals Exciting novel Highly recommended.

    2. Frank Roberto on said:

      Another great book This book was far different than the first book in the series The plot in the second book seems unlikely to happen, but at the same time is very possible Since this book takes place a few years into the future, I was making sure to make mental notes.

    3. Michelle on said:

      Good bookYou people should just read this book yourselves and write your own review on this novel yourself and I really enjoyed reading this book very much so Shelley MA

    4. Jody on said:

      This is the book you are supposed to read right after you finish The Metronome The two books are not so connected that you have read them in order but there are a few names that are dropped that you find in both books I think this is a trilogy so who knows what the future holds for those characters that span both booksonly time will tell This book is set in the future and I don t think Bell is that far off his idea of what America, China and Russia will look like in the future Based upon This is [...]

    5. Mary Jane on said:

      Thrilling Once again D.R.Bell has produced an exciting book to continue his trilogy The aspect that makes it thrilling is the presentation of events of the here and now and the future that they may predict The inception of these future events is happening now in a non fiction world the threat to the dollar as the world monetary standard, the Chinese attempt to unseat the US dollar with the yuan, the stockpiling of gold in China, the techno world which can trace our every move, the rise of Rus Th [...]

    6. Patrice Fischer on said:

      Book 2 in a series, I already read 1 Because I was reading on Kindle I did not have a clear feel where I was in the story near the end At the climax so I did not know exactly what would be the climax That was somewhat disconcerting for me, and yet also liberating, as though at any moment, it might end even though there is one book in this trio It s quite difficult to see if the author has any identifiable political positions, since at one time the speeches in the book sound like Book 2 in a seri [...]

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