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Very annoying. This book clearly illustrates the concept: This book is an enormously entertaining read. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. This is the high-watermark of techno-thrillers and probably Clancy's best.
It's nothing like the movie, more adroitly written, more precise in its details of how to build a small nuclear device; how a submarine sonar works; how chain of command works, etc. He also gets the political mind-set right, including the downside of political ambition. Perhaps one or two characters aren't as well-drawn as they could be, but the ones that count, Clancy gets right. Great fun, quick read despite its length.
I'm used to Clancy and his details and slow writing style, but this one was just way too slow for me. Once you get past that It's interesting in a good read. We all know Tom Clancy by now. This is another of his techno thrillers. It includes a lot of detail on how to build an atomic bomb which, I am told, is not quite correct to deter readers from attempting to build their own.
Some readers found this a bit too long handle, but I found it interesting. All in all, I would give this 4 and a half stars. Clancy as master storyteller is obvious. But the genius it takes to describe in minute detail the series of nanoseconds involved in a multistage nuclear detonation over four pages is stunning.
Never has such minutia been so riveting in my reading. Naturally, the many threads he is able to weave without slipping is impressive indeed! I thought this book began slow; wasn't sure I would like it; but later I had a hard time putting it down so I could keep my appointments.
There are multiple tales and he switches from one to another, from one paragraph to the next; sometime making the transition without this reader realizing it. I am always amazed by the knowledge of the navy, Russia, nuclear physics, and etc. Great book, long. But I was continually amazed that Tom Clancy kept so many story lines going and never once dropped the ball.
Also surprising to me were the tears that fell from my eyes twice in the reading of this book, and again now as I write this review.
Now I'm going to have to go back and read all my Tom Clancy books over again. One person found this helpful. See all reviews. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Pages with related products.
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Those fascinated by military hardware, from nuclear submarines to atomic weapons, will find almost enough here to start their own army.
And Clancy's understanding of international politics seems chillingly correct. In the late s the world is cautiously emerging from the Cold War; even the Arab-Israeli conflict is being resolved, thanks to the cleverness of Clancy's hero Jack Ryan. But as confrontation yields to cooperation, what becomes of displaced terrorists? Palestinians without a cause and East Germans without a country seek to rekindle U.
A small nuclear device is exploded at the Super Bowl; in Berlin American and Russian troops are tricked into firing on each other; residual suspicions carry the action from there. After the solution of the Middle East crisis serves as an exciting preliminary to the main plot, the novel's middle parts seem a recycling of situations and characters from Red October and Cardinal of the Kremlin. But in the last third of the book Clancy integrates story lines, taking readers on a nonstop roller-coaster ride to a nail-biting finish.
Fundamentally, Clancy is writing about a vital and elusive quality: Whether terrorists or statesmen, Clancy's characters face a common challenge--situations that break down pretensions of rank, power and ideology. Their responses, carefully and empathetically constructed, make this book compelling instead of merely ingenious.
Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc. Berkley January 20, Publication Date: May 7, Sold by: English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: Enabled Word Wise: Enabled Lending: Not Enabled Screen Reader: Supported Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: The search for a stolen nuclear weapon on American soil sends Jack Ryan on a dangerous mission with global consequences in this 1 New York Times bestselling thriller.
But ruthless terrorists have a final, desperate card to play: With one terrible act, distrust mounts, forces collide, and the floundering U. With the world on the verge of nuclear disaster, Ryan must frantically seek a solution—before the chiefs of state lose control of themselves and the world. Read more Read less. Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Page Flip: Books In This Series 19 Books.
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Next page. Complete Series. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Editorial Reviews Amazon. In The Sum of All Fears , the center of conflict is the perpetual hot spot the Mideast, where a nuclear weapon falls into the hands of terrorists just as peace seems possible. Clancy realistically paints an almost unthinkable scenario--the bomb is planted on American soil in the midst of an escalation in tension with the Soviet Union; the terrorists hope to rekindle cold war animosity and prevent reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians.
Clancy evolves from storyteller to novelist in his latest techno-thriller, as gadgets take second place to politics and personalities. See all Editorial Reviews.