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  • Title: Special Forces: Soldiers Part II
  • Author: Aleksandr Voinov
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  • Page: 176
  • Format: ebook
  • Special Forces is an epic work of military gay erotic fiction, which is available for free at aleksandrvoinov.The three cycles Soldiers, Mercenaries, and Veterans were written between April 2006 and November 2008 and have 70 chapters in total, comprising around one million words the equivalent of around 15 full sized novels It is only suitable for an adult audieSpecial Forces is an epic work of military gay erotic fiction, which is available for free at aleksandrvoinov.The three cycles Soldiers, Mercenaries, and Veterans were written between April 2006 and November 2008 and have 70 chapters in total, comprising around one million words the equivalent of around 15 full sized novels It is only suitable for an adult audience.This is the epic story of a Soviet Spetsnaz soldier and a Scottish SAS soldier Vadim Krasnorada and Dan McFadyen are two enemies who meet in the line of duty during the early days of the Soviet Union s last war in Afghanistan Behind enemy lines respect and finally love growbut that s only the official version This is a not for profit paperback edition

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    773 thoughts on “Special Forces: Soldiers Part II”

    1. More or less batshit-crazy-spectacular, action-packed writing, plus fucking.I'm wrung-out. Can barely muster the calories to load up the iPad with the next installm—oh, dear. There it is. Suppose a small peek wouldn't harm anyone. For the next three days.


    2. I read the Special Forces: Soldiers, Director’s Cut, Parts 1 and 2 edited together (chapters 1-19) and since there is no such version to be find here in , I hope that this is the right place to post this review on. Anyway, here are some of my thoughts on chapters 1-19.I’ve come across some books that I find extremely hard to write a review of — this one is one of them. It’s not that I don’t have anything to say, quite the contrary, but I feel short of words and I feel at lost from wher [...]


    3. War is filthy. An angry reaper that destroys every fiber of humanity. That is never more highlighted than in the first chapters of this novel. Genocide, senselessness, twisted pain, and survival. From the very first page my heart thumped away in terror, horror and utter disbelief, the brutality of war is profound, but yet, so simple! After years of rendezvous, Dan and vadim have become something so much more than in the last book. Both killers, too fucked up for humanity who find a home in each [...]


    4. This is part 2 of the Soldiers part of this series and OMG this book had me riveted to it. In this part i definitely saw Vadim and Dan’s relationship move to a more emotional level. This was more about sexual need, but about emotion, love and belonging. I absolutely love Vadim, such a tortured soul. Watching Dan come to need him and love him absolutely melted my heart. This story still had all the raw, cruel, harsh, violent reality of war and at times it was hard to read. But at the same time [...]



    5. I can't imagine anyone reading Soldiers and not continuing on to every book in this series. I think my hands actually shook to get at more. I couldn't get enough of these two men or this series. If you're an MM reader you need to give yourself the gift of a couple of weeks to read this series. You won't regret it.


    6. Stealing the words from Dan, I guess this really sums it up: so goddamned perfect and yet so flawed.It's the same thought that kept coming to me while reading and it could be referred to either characters, to their relationship, to the situations they find themselves in.In the chapters from 12 to 19, Vadim and Dan keep meeting and nurturing their love while the world changes and falls apart around them. I was born in 1973, so while Special Forces: Soldiers Part I -Director's Cut took place in th [...]


    7. To describe this book in one word: EPIC!The character development in this part of Soldiers simply blew my mind. It is one thing to have a “convenient fuck” in a war whenever they find the time for it (and let’s be honest, no matter how many feelings they might’ve had for each other in the first book that they didn’t realize, it wasn’t more than that), but a complete different thing to openly fall in love, admit that to themselves and each other, and to risk everything for each other. [...]


    8. 'Soldiers' is the first book of the Special Forces series which covers 25 years in Vadim and Dan’s life.The second part of 'Soldiers' begins where part one stops. With suffering, violence, pain, killing did I mention suffering? ^^(view spoiler)[It starts with Dan buried alive in a mass grave. The thought alone makes me shudder. In search of him Vadim shifts corpse after corpse *urrrrrrgggghhhh* The description is so realistic, you can literally smell the stinking, rotting bodies. “Some of th [...]


    9. My two very favorite characters of the literary world, made it through another bout with mayhem, chaos, near death, and assorted trails by fire. I don't know how this story, the writing can get better, but it does. My rating is 100 stars, knowing that the future rating will probably be 1 million. Oh yeah, I love this book.


    10. Ready?Gin? Check!Tonic Water? Check!Chocolate? Check!Tissues? Check!Fluffy blanket and pillow? Check!Ready!****************************



    11. Before I start this review properly, I have to admit that this is entirely about the development of the two main characters and less about the events. Because I think that is the main part of these books : the journey of Vadim and Dan"I tried tot into your mind, and instead let you in. Not good, and yet best thing I've done in this whole war.""Best thing I've done in all my life."This book was massive. In each and every aspect. First of all: it is really rare that characters develop in such a wa [...]


    12. This is the improved "Director's Cut" version. I fixed about a million typos, factual mistakes, clunky point-of-views shifts, mistakes in word choice and pacing issues that were overlooked in the original edit. To edit well, I need to get distance from the text, which can take a year or even two. This is the version that represents my vision of the text.In terms of changes, the text ends a little earlier than the original "Soldiers", so it can stand on its own. The final battle in the hotel has [...]


    13. Wow, what a read Brutal, sweet, horrific, bewildering, shattering, heart breaking. Or in one word: intense. It will need some time to write a proper review. I'm at the loss of words right now.I will read the next part of the series for sure. But too intense right now and I will take a break from it now.


    14. That was so good. Difficult to explain. You have to have experienced. Experience. That is what the reader befalls. And suddenly you are in the middle of all that shit. War, threat, and these deep feelings.Our heroes confess deep love. And there is simply no way out I suffer with Dan and Vadim. However, the hope is the last thing to die.Absolutely great.


    15. Emotions all over the place. Heart ripped to shreds.Ridiculously in love with this couple! This book is why I read.LOVED IT!



    16. So I've been debating whether or not to review this book because I don't think I have the proper words to do it justice but I'm going to give it a shot. Special Forces: Soldiers is the first book in the series, followed Mercenaries I, Mercenaries II, and Veterans. It's probably one of the best books I have ever read.People call it Epic and I agree there is no other word to describe it. This is a roller coaster of a ride. Don't expect to read this and not run the gamut of emotions. It is intense! [...]


    17. Wonderfully intense and gripping read from Aleksandr Voinov and Marquesate. The characterization, especially of Vadim, is incredibly deep and insightful, as is the authors' understanding of the Soviet psyche in war. I will not go into the details of the plot, as this has been described enough, but one only has to look at the number of threads (mega threads, might I add) that are devoted to this saga, in order to be convinced that it's a wonderful, wonderful, book. While reading Soldiers has been [...]


    18. Completely in a class by itself. Epic does not begin to describe this book. I'm giving it 5 stars but that's misleading because this book ( this series actually) stands head and shoulders above anything else I've given 5 stars. Truly, this book is off the scale.Magnificent. I'm losing a massive amount of sleep because I can't stop reading this series.




    19. WOW just wow. This was different, but really, really good. That from someone who usually steers clear of anything even resembling war and soldiers.650 pages full of suspense, surprise, aggression, pain, killing, violence, suffering, intensity, love and tenderness.At first I really didn't know what to think of these two men, soldiers, enemies - Dan, a scottish SAS soldier, and Vadim, a Soviet Spetsnaz soldier. I really hated Vadim at first, was disgusted by him. But Dan, the victim of Vadim's bru [...]


    20. Note: This is the review for the edited version of Soldiers. Despite all the upcoming praise, this review won’t do the book justice. Not by far. But I’m still going to try and explain why and how much I liked this story.It was FANTASTIC! Mind-boggling. Brutal. Horrific. Amazing. Sweet. Heart rending. Most of all: it was intense. One can’t read this book without being affected by it. Vadim and Dan capture you from the very beginning. And not in any charming and fluffy way. These men are tou [...]


    21. I had read the ebook and loved it. I just had to have the Hard Copy for my bookshelf and it is Brilliant. The cover has rich intense colors that reflects the essence of the story. The weight & size of the book is comfortable to hold and the typesetting is pleasing to the eye. I'm glad it was broken up into Books 1 & 2 as it may have been too heavy otherwise. The image on the vendor's website makes the dates on cover look a bit blurry but in person it is clear and vibrant. I ordered copie [...]


    22. *sigh* it's finished.what the hell am I going to read now?I feel like any book I'm gonna read now will be dull, will lack colour and depth just because this one put the standards so highn't think there is anything out there that can match this.i will rate my books 'before SF' and 'after SF' it's just not fair to the other books. maybe in time the memory will fade a little? I need some time to digest this book and get me in shape for the next parts. But God this is goodeffing amazing good!thank y [...]


    23. Holy crap is this ever good. Dark, gritty, brutal, violentd totally gripping. This is the ultimate enemies to lovers story and it's fascinating to watch the hate and violence slowly morph into lust and need and then finally into friendship and love. You don't just read this book you experience it.


    24. 4.5 starsAgain, like the first part, this was horribly painful at times, brilliantly beautiful more than I expected, and just about perfect altogether in its own right. Vadim and Dan are forever, permanently etched into my heart.There is more, though, right? I must have more! Is Mercenaries part 1 next, or part 2? Or should Veterans be next? Aggh, someone help please?


    25. OMGAHIt's FREE and I LOVE Vadim & Dan SO much <3 almost as much as I love Zane & Ty


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