The newest electrifying thriller in the best-selling Jack Ryan series.
A US Navy commander is attacked by an unidentified Russian man while having dinner with his wife.
A CIA operative travelling on a Canadian passport is intercepted and interrogated at Tehran Airport.
A team of FBI officers are arrested by Indonesian police for travelling under fake passports in Jakarta.
These apparently unrelated incidents point to a compromise in US government security, and Jack Ryan and his team must find out where it is coming from. From Maryland to Macedonia, they frantically battle shadowy forces who are looking to drag the US president into a ground war with ISIS.
©2016 Mark Greaney. Recorded by arrangement with Penguin Random House Audio Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. All rights reserved. (P)2016 Penguin Random House LLC
When Tom Clancy died I was so sad that the world he had built would die with him, but Toms long time partner Mark Greaney has continued to produce the most amazing and wonderful books in the Jack Ryan universes please don't stop Mark.
A thrilling story from start to finish with a good amount of Jack Ryan and jack Ryan Jn and it ends with a bang.
Again Thank you Mark and thank you Scott Brick for a great performance
One of the best, never read/listened to Tom Clancy before, but will defiantly read again. The book was heart stopping from start to finish with a credible story line that kept me hooked
Has the brilliant and well balanced mix of military talk and specifics , international thriller, individual drama and lots of action and humour . Toms style lives on safe and well with Mark . I very much enjoyed this book . Only problem with it was I just finished it !
I do miss Tom Clancy, but Mark Greaney makes such a great job you hardly notice. Great story look forward to Jack explaining to his sister what he does in the next book.
A welcome return to excellent in the Ryan series after the last outing and debacle of a novel (Duty and Honor). Highly recommended
One can always expect good work from Scott Brick but perhaps less so from the Tom Clancy ghost writer.
But this is the first Mark Greaney book I have been totally addicted to and can only congratulate him on what was an excellent piece of work.
I miss the real work of TC with the super long explanations. But this is a fast acting, gripping thriller with John Clarke who by now must be 120 years old.
A cracking listen.
What can I say?
If you can ignore the blatant banner waving, and there is a whole lot of that, then you'll enjoy the ride.
I enjoyed this a lot. It's the first Techo-thriller that I've listened to on Audible, although this style is my preferred read for an actual book, and was worried that a 19 hour book of this style would be hard work, but actually it was a very easy listen.
It is a bit too cliched for me though. ISIS terror threats and the USA wins again. Surely there is another storyline that someone that come up with? Back Jack Ryan is a good character, so I still enjoyed it.
I do wonder sometimes how the narrator is chosen for books though. This narrator is really hard to listen too with some very weird intonation.
Very weird intonation.
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