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22gigantes.com - When Marcinko's "friend," the head of the CIA, asks him to spend a little quality time in Cuba, the Rogue Warrior finds there's no way to say no. Once there, Marcinko and company discover that Fidel Castro is on his deathbed. Which wouldn't be so bad, except that he's planned a catastrophic surprise for the U.S. as his going-away present. The Rogue Warrior must find out the nature of that little surprise and thwart it before Castro kicks the bucket.
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Most helpful customer reviews 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful. Rogue Warrior delivers about what you'd expect By Jay C. Tipnis I read the first "Rogue Warrior" book (the actual autobiography) when I was in college and after the fictional series kicked off I continued to read the books with interest. One of the things that I enjoyed about was Mr. Marcinko's attention to the details on how things were accomplished. If you read many of the early books the plot may have seemed to have been drawn from your average action movie but what set a lot of them apart for me was their attention to helping the reader get how the actual operation was done.Now I understand that certain specifics can't and shouldn't be released as they could comporomise actual operators in the field but there was just enough that the average reader could understand (and gain an appreciation) of just what elite warriors like Marcinko's Navy SEALs actually do. A lot of his earlier books included those details which helped bring a sense of "this could happen" to the stories but as the series has progressed the details have dwindled and the "this couldn't happen" factors have increased.I'm not spoiling anything by stating that one of the main plots in the book involves the fact that Marcinko bears an uncanny resemblence to Fidel Castro and what can happen when CIA attempts to use that to their advantage. Now if you'll note, I did say "plots" which means there are a few others but unlike in some of the earlier books Marcinko doesn't delve into too many details on his team. I think part of it is that by now he must know (or ASSume) that his readers are familiar enough with his style of writing and his usual cast of characters not to require any sort of background and though I profess to being one of those readers who doesn't need all the details, it still wouldn't hurt as it's been a while since I read his last adventure.And speaking of adventures, although the main plot is not all that far fetched, it still lends itself to being picked apart simply because of what I mentioned earlier; a lack of details. Although part of the story occurs in Cuba there aren't really enough details (which Marcinko and his co-authors have been good at providing in the past) and more focus on moving from one action scene to the next. I think that Marcinko can write some decent adventure books and has plenty more stories to tell us but I think he needs to pick up the pace just a bit after his last few outings. So if you're looking for details on how to infiltrate a hospital or how to outfit a team ready to take down a bunker, don't look here. At least not for the details. 8 of 10 people found the following review helpful. RICK "SHAQ" GOLDSTEIN SAYS: "COMMANDER MARCINKO & FIDEL CASTRO... SEPARATED AT BIRTH??" By Rick Shaq Goldstein This is the fourteenth installment in the "fictional" "Rogue Warrior" series by former Seal Richard Marcinko. This episode is built around the CIA making the astute observation that Demo Dick looks almost exactly like Cuban dictator Fidel Castro... minus a few years. The CIA comes up with the brainchild of having a video made of Dick after hair and makeup adjustments to film a speech of Marcinko/Castro making a last will and testament. Dick goes through the physical manifestations and then the CIA's technical gurus will integrate the speech. Marcinko isn't real cool on the idea... especially when the CIA also wants the author to go to Cuba to make the handoff of the bogus DVD to an agent who supposedly will swap the fake DVD for the real one(s) at fortified locations within Cuba. But... lo and behold the barber the CIA has at the filming is an elderly Cuban Roberto Traba who before fleeing Cuba cut Castro's hair. Traba tells all of the personal trauma he and his family had gone through in Cuba before they exiled... and then sadly tells Marcinko and his team that his brother is still stuck in Cuba. Traba's story steals the heart of Marcinko's crew and that along with the CIA saying they'll make sure Marcinko is paid for a prior mission that's been held up in government red tape if he accepts the job... how could our cuddly trained killer... the one and only *ROGUE WARRIOR* say no to that?Dick introduces-re-introduces his motley crew and we're on the way to Cuba. The crew member who gets the most entertaining role is "Shotgun" who is six-feet-eight-inches-tall and at least three-hundred-pounds. The world can be coming to an end and Shotgun will be laughing and eating innumerable species of junk food... especially Twinkies. After a harrowing (what other kind does the Rogue Warrior ever encounter) flight to Cuba that is overflowing with FUBAR... MR. MURPHY... GOAT-SEX ANALOGIES... and unlimited words of descriptive military "terms of endearment"... we have double agents... exploding cars... killed double agents... and alligator attacks. All of this is in the normal Rogue Warrior tongue in cheek manner. But since the DVD handoff goes awry... and this is where the book loses its five star rating... the team on its own has to break into multiple Castro secure locations. Including but not limited to: his bunker... his homes... political headquarters... hospitals... etc. Even in a fun fiction book the ease of this and the portrayal of terrible "Keystone-Cop-Like" Cuban security at every twist and turn... takes the luster off after awhile.While all this is going on... Dick gets forced by the same CIA to go to Panama and assist in putting a halt to a Venezuelan/Chinese criminal endeavor involving a submarine at the Panama Canal... OR... (believe me this is not a spoiler) they won't assist the *ROGUE WARRIOR* in extricating a team member "left-behind".If you're a *ROGUE WARRIOR* fan this is an enjoyable book... but even the truest longtime hardcore admirer will want to say "please give me credit for some common sense" re: the difficulties of going to a foreign country and being able to break in to any building regardless of the situation. 4 of 5 people found the following review helpful. Mostly unbelievable By Lyle W. Money I've read every book in the series and this book would be rated the lowest. If you've previously read several of Marcinko's books, you might get some enjoyment from this, as you know the characters and presumably like Marcinko's style. If this is your first Marcinko book, you probably won't like it very much.In the last book, I was willing to believe that Marcinko could operate successfully in North Korea, even if the premise seemed far-fetched. But breaking into Castro's lairs all over Cuba is even less credible. See all 51 customer reviews...
From Publishers Weekly Marcinko and DeFelice keep up a withering fusillade of wisecracks as Marcinko's fictional alter ego, Dick Marcinko, tangles with an aging Fidel Castro in the loosely plotted 13th outing for the former Navy SEAL (after Rogue Warrior: Dictator's Ransom). Dick (aka the Rogue Warrior) and his Red Cell International cohorts must prevent a deadly attack on the U.S. to be triggered by the demise of the Cuban dictator. The action hinges on the central joke that Dick, with some age-related makeup, actually looks so much like Fidel that he can imitate the leader well enough to trick the authorities and general citizenry of Cuba into doing what Dick and the CIA want done to free the island from the yoke of tyranny. Series fans will cheer as Dick and company run all over Cuba, killing people and causing trouble. (Dec.) Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. From Booklist Marcinko’s latest exploits as the Rogue Warrior, aka Demo Dick, take him and his team to Cuba. Initially, they are hired to make a DVD with Dick impersonating Fidel Castro, since he looks a lot like the Cuban dictator. To the team’s dismay, they must travel south to make a switch of real footage of Castro with their phony film in enemy territory. Of course, everything doesn’t go as planned. As a result, they stumble upon a terrifying plot by Castro to release a deadly virus in the U.S. after he dies. Can the Rogue Warrior and his team save the day? The appeal of this series lies in Marcinko’s sense of humor mixed with traditional thriller elements, creating a laugh-out-loud read that somehow melds the wackiness of Janet Evanovich with a military thriller a la Clancy. In addition, this time the writers spotlight other members of the team, creating a more well-rounded and intriguing story line. Both fans and newcomers—providing the latter have a taste for this sort of thing—will enjoy the show. --Jeff Ayers “If you're on a tight schedule, I'll give you fair warning: Do not pick up Rogue Warrior: Dictator's Ransom, because once you start reading you won't be able to stop! It's a rare treat to read a thriller that is uproariously, gloriously and unrepentantly hilarious."--David Hagberg, USA Today bestselling author of Dance With the Dragon on Rogue Warrior: Dictator's Ransom “Marcinko is the real McCoy, a warrior who has lived it." --Stephen Coonts, New York Times bestselling author of The Assassin“[T]he most colorful, hell-raising, bomb-throwing ex-SEAL commander of them all.”--Playboy
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