What are the best fiction and nonfiction books featuring drones?

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    #1Sting of the Drone (Ray Bowman)

    Sting of the Drone (Ray Bowman)

    Sting of the Drone (Ray Bowman) is a mystery-thriller fiction book authored by Richard A. Clarke. This terrorism-themed book was published on May 13, 2014 by Thomas Dunne Books.


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    Donna Alvarado
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "The introduction for this edition is also notable, in that it directly calls attention to the novels main flaw. Like I said, Burgess himself doesn't like this book that much, citing the fact that he felt his themes of free will and morality were to heavy handed. And they are. But I feel like the book is worth reading in spite of that."
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    #2Blue Warrior (Troy Pearce)

    Blue Warrior (Troy Pearce)
    Blue Warrior (Troy Pearce) is a suspense-thriller fiction book written by Mike Maden published on October 16, 2014 by G.P. Putnam's Sons. Set in Sahara desert, it follows the feud for the coveted elements.
    Scott Kim
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "It is a great book, the author, Mike Maden has great experience with political science and technologies. In this book, there are plenty of great drone details. Drone technology was the main line in the plot to keep your attention and make you thirsty about what will happen next. It is a very masculine book to me, and it may be a little bit wordy for some people. It is interesting to read, it made me think about the politics, think about the technology, think about the future. "
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    #3Drone Games

    Drone Games
    Drone Games is a suspense and thriller fiction book authored Joel Narlock published October 14, 2014 by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media. It follows a domestic terrorism caused by Al-Qaeda.

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    Pranav Sengupta
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "Drone Games provides an account of the potential downside of our fascination with technology and how that might be used against us in this fictional novel. However, it does so in a way that lacks authentic drama in favor of tried and true plot twists and mechanisms that have been well accepted. It lacks a critical or keen eye toward the reader in engaging new ideas."
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    #4Inferno (The Drone Wars)

    Inferno (The Drone Wars)

    Inferno (The Drone Wars) is the second book in the series authored by Frederick Lee Brooke published on June 2, 2014 by Frederick Lee Brooke. Inferno is a science fiction book set in dystopic future.


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    Dylan Weaver
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "Inferno is the second book in The Drone Wars series....Have to say this one is much more in depth with lots of political and military talk. So if your not huge on Sci-Fi/Dystopian with lots of heavy political and military you may want to find something else. I enjoyed this one. It continues from Saving Raine. Lots of characters are introduced and while it may be confusing to a YA it was smooth reading for me. I'm still not the biggest fan of Raine yet lol. I can't help it. There were other characters I was more drawn to than her. Maybe she's just not the character for me lol. March 22 may be considered terrorist but I'm sure enjoying there story and can't wait to see it unfold. Have a feeling the next book will just go "BOOM" with the way this one ended. I'm quite impressed with the political background and military being explained in this novel. Gives you a great understanding of how corrupted it all is and goes one in one together."
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    #5Veritas The Pharmacological Endgame

    Veritas The Pharmacological Endgame
    Veritas The Pharmacological Endgame is a science fiction novel written by Alessandro Boccaletti published on September 4, 2016 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

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    John Hunt
    Written on May 19, 2018
    "I really liked this book. It was long, which is good for me. I don't usually read sci-fi, but I am glad I gave this book a chance. I might even read it again in the future."
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    #6Saving Raine (The Drone Wars)

    Saving Raine (The Drone Wars)
    Saving Raine (The Drone Wars) is the first book in the series written by Frederick Lee Brooke published on December 16, 2013 by Createspace. It follows the story of Matt and Raine as they go to California.

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    Crystal Ruiz
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "This is the first of a series set in the near future. 2021. The country is chaotic and nothing what we have now but see it looming ahead. The book is fast paced and exciting. I look forward to reading the second of the series to see how the characters flesh out."
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    #7Kill Chain: Drones and The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins

    Kill Chain: Drones and The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins

    Kill Chain: Drones and The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins is a nonfiction historical book written by Andrew Cockburn. This military-themed book infused with technology was published on March 10th 2015 by Henry Holt and Co.


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    Ruth Jordan
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "An well-written history of drone warfare. The author effectively presents the issue from different perspectives. From the perspective of the policymakers, pilots, targets and unintended victims. Cockburn argues that drone warfare is not as effective, discriminate, and cheap as its proponents claim. Those with opinions on the country's frequent use of military drones should read this informative review of the history of unmanned warfare "
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    #8The Assassination Complex

    The Assassination Complex
    The Assassination Complex: Inside the Government's Secret Drone Warfare Program is a nonfiction historical and politics book written by Jeremy Scahill published on May 3, 2016 by Simon Schuster.

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    Raymond Torres
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I had a wonderful time reading this nonfiction book, the drones subject matter gives you a fresh modern issue. It has the real world, spy program type of feel to me with all of the secrets it has about it."


Best What are the best fiction and nonfiction books featuring drones
1Sting of the Drone (Ray Bowman)Books 23 Paid
2Blue Warrior (Troy Pearce)Books 19 Paid
3Drone GamesBooks 19 Paid
4Inferno (The Drone Wars)Books 17 Paid
5Veritas The Pharmacological EndgameBooks 16 Paid
6Saving Raine (The Drone Wars)Books 15 Paid
7Kill Chain: Drones and The Rise of the High-Tech AssassinsBooks 12 Paid
8The Assassination ComplexBooks 10 Paid

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