Excellent spy espionage book which will hold your attention throughout. "If you want to kick the tiger in his ass, you'd better have a plan for dealing with his teeth."
A second generation of Ryans srves his country.
This book is brand new. I have not read it as I received two for Christmas. This is the one I have not read.
"A plot that keeps readers turning pages" I know I couldn't stop reading it.
Novel about secret organizations set up to identify terrorist groups a real thriller
New York Times best seller.
This is a story of Jack Ryan Jr.'s (Ryan's son) entrance into the spy game. No matter what you think of the method, it is awesome to read the book.
I enjoyed all of this series of books.
I love the Jack Ryan Novels and this is as good of any of them in my book.
a must read for any Tom Clancy fan! I did enjoy reading this book.
It is Tom Clancy and Jack Ryan. What else needs to be said.
#1 New York Times best seller!
This was my second time through and when I noticed that I had read it I did not set it aside. The time to re-read it was not wasted. I may have enjoyed this second time enen moreso. wht don't you give it a chance also? I am certain you'll enjoy it as I have.
I like most of Tom Clancy's book and this is a good one.
Very entertaining and suspenseful.Agood read. Couldnt put it down.
Thirteen book in the Jack Ryan series, first book with Jack Ryan Jr
The latest Clancy, this time with Jack Ryan Jr. as the hero. Not as good as early Clancy, but worth reading if you're into the genre.
I liked this book...flash to the future a bit and see Jack's son. This has a lot of potential for the Jack Ryan Tom Clancy fan
good story about Jack Ryan Jr.
Exciting typical Clancy adventure.
Great book on the next generation of Ryan's, Jack Jr.
This book has as one of the characters, John Ryan's son. He's just out of college and getting into the spy business. I enjoyed the book.
Jack Ryan, Jr., a man who has grown up around intrigue, is about to put his skills to the test. Taught the ways of the world by agents, statesmen, ananlysts, Secret Servicemen, and black-ops specialists,he crosses the radar of the "The Campus"--a secret organization set up to identify local terrorist threats and deal with them by any means necessary. A book that brings the thought: Is there possibly a real "Campus" in todays America? The time we live in gets you thinking.
Another Jack Ryan novel. Excellent!
I was given this book and never read it. Just didnt look like one that interested me.
Fairly lightweight for Clancy
A man named Mohammed sits in a cafe in Vienna, about to propose a deal to a Colombian. What if they combined his net-work of Middle East agents and sympathizers with the Colombian's drug network in America? The potential for profits would be enormous and the potential for destruction unimaginable.
A young man in suburban Maryland, who has grown up around intrigue, is about to put his skills to the test. Taught the ways of the world firsthand by agents, statesmen, analysts, Secret Servicemen, and black-ops specialists, he crosses the radar of "The Campus" - a secret organization set up to identify local terrorist threats and deal with them by any means necessary.
Incredibly addictive . . . 400-odd tightly-woven, adrenaline-fueled pages of intelligence interception, 6 a.m. fitness training, shooting, and hard men. Such fun!
I didn't read this one, my husband did... sorry, no review details.