A raid on a drug trafficker's factory uncovers a secret that sends a cold chill through the heart of NATO. An Iranian cleric, captured in the raid, tells of a conspiracy at the heart of Ahmadinejad's Iranian government. A terrorist group, part of the Revolutionary Guard, is on a mission to acquire nuclear warheads. Weapons which will enable them to launch a conflict that would threaten the peace and security of the world, and trigger Armageddon. Echo Six is sent into action. They are to cross the border into Iran and eliminate the leader of the group, even if it is Ahmadinejad himself. They must stop the weapons transfer at any cost.
Once more Echo Six, the elite NATO Special Forces unit, is called upon to carry out a mission that will put them at the heart of one of the most repressive police states in the world. Thrust into the enemy capital, where every man is hostile, they discover that even their allies are not to be trusted.
©2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Eric Meyer (P)2015 Swordworks Books
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1 out of 5 stars
By D. Berggren on 19-01-16

Unbelievably bad!

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

I can't see how anyone would like this book. That the book has been published is a shame.

Has Assault on Iran turned you off from other books in this genre?

I've learned my lesson not to read anything more by Eric Meyer. I even gave him a second chance. I thought that the second book would not be as bad as the first book. But I was sooo wrong.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Tim Welch made it so much worse. He can't do a accent to save his life. The britt sounded like a American with a speech impediment. Tim make them all sound angry throughout the book. He has no feeling what so ever. The editing of the book was the worst I ever heard. Lots of repeat words and phrases.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

No, how about some fact checking before writing a book. Maybe have someone read the book before releasing it.

Any additional comments?

The cover of the book is the only good thing with this book. But don't get fooled. The story is so incredibly bad and annoying. I'm shocked that someone actually have published this book. Who in their right mind would read this book and say "What a great book let's get this published right away"?
I'm a fool to have bought this book. When the first book was so bad.

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