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Against All Enemies Kindle Edition

2.4 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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Tom Clancy, the master of international intrigue and explosive action, introduces a new hero for a new era of warfare-against a new kind of threat.

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For years, ex–Navy SEAL Maxwell Moore has worked across the Middle East and behind the scenes for the Special Activities Division of the CIA, making connections, extracting valuable intelligence, and facing off against America’s enemies at every turn.

And then…news of a potentially devastating coalition: What if two of the greatest threats to the security of the United States were to form an unholy alliance? The Taliban is trying to exploit a Mexican drug cartel to which they supply opium as a means to bring the fire of jihad to the hearts of the infidels. It is up to Moore, and his team, to infiltrate and dismantle the drug cartel, even as they hunt for those who would bring the ultimate terror and destruction to the streets of America.

In a story that races from the remote, war-scarred landscapes of the Middle East to the blood-soaked chaos of the U.S.–Mexico border, Tom Clancy once again delivers a heart-stopping thriller that is frighteningly close to reality.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1402 KB
  • Print Length: 720 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley; Reprint edition (June 14 2011)
  • Sold by: Penguin Group USA
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004XJIWAE
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  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #56,835 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Hardcover
I have collected and read every novel but one written by Tom Clancy from the first to the latest. "Against All Enemies" is a huge departure from the style of writing normally used by Clancy and features an assistant writer, Peter Pelep. The sentence structure is very juvenile and the style is hugely different. While Clancy books usually have quick and sudden shifts to different scenes, this one does not. The situations are almost like extracts from comic books with improbable situations and equally improbable resolutions. In sections, the killing is non-stop and indiscriminate. Pelep is the second of three different writers in the last three novels but this book is the most poorly written. It seems that Clancy is looking for someone to be his constant assistant and this chap is definitely out of his league. Luckily, I chose not to buy this one and borrowed it from the library instead. It was so badly written that i was delighted that I didn't waste any money buying it. If you are a true Clancy fan, do not waste any money or time acquiring it even if you see it at a garage sale. If you are new to Clancy then you have nothing with which to compare it so give it a shot.
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By Jeffrey Swystun TOP 50 REVIEWER on Aug. 15 2011
Format: Hardcover
Many of the customer reviews on Amazon express a disappointment with this latest Clancy. The blame is pointed to the co-author who appears to have done more than just support Mr. Clancy. My complaint is it emulates too closely the characters Mitch Rapp created by Vince Flynn and Scott Harvath created by Brad Thor. These fiction leads are virtually comic book superheroes who are highly intelligent, physically imposing, and virtually Indestructible. So Clancy adds "Max Moore" to this genre. He is a former Navy SEAL now CIA counter terrorist expert. Clancy provides the readers with an evil two-for-one pitting Moore and U.S. forces against evil drug cartels and Al Qaeda. After a decent start all suspense is lost, subtlety is nonexistent, and the whole thing goes on way too long. Moore, Rapp, Harvath are attempting to challenge Captain America, however, the Captain is more believable.
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Format: Hardcover
Bought this book on sale for $5; which says a lot in itself that its so heavily discounted already. At this point I'm about half way through; and am somewhat satisfied with it as entertainment while I eat lunch at work or sitting on the can. However it is a really jumble and not a cohesive story. You pretty much lose sight of the main plot as the book goes on with countless happenings in the cartel world. The fact that those happenings can be somewhat interesting is keeping me reading; and the action sequences aren't bad. But you could remove the whole Taliban element and it wouldn't change much. I don't even know what their plot is, halfway through. Its also hard to keep track of who is killing who in the cartel world. As far as the protaganist goes; he is not developed well. They keep starting a flashback to some traumatic event in the past; but as of yet they haven't completed it. Just do the frigging flashback and get on with it! Anyways...its better than staring into space and lightly entertaining. But as a story, its quite poorly told. Should be retitled 'a week with the cartels' or something similar; because that's pretty much what its about.
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Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Well I was dissappointed with this latest effort by Mr. Clancy and friend. As another reviewer mentioned its similar to Vince Flynn and Brad Thor's chacaters. I found it very slow and a lot of needless background on the "hero". All in all a dissappointing purchase.
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Format: Paperback
Tom Clancy has lost his writing edge with this book - don't waste your money! If he can't bother to write himself, he should just stop lending his name to these books; its a real dis-service to his readers!!!
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Format: Kindle Edition
I agree with all of the one star ratings. Before I got to page 30, I began to question. I could not hear Clancy's voice in this narrative, and as the quality of writing - description, characterisation, sentence structure, dialogue - grew progressively worse, I was convinced that his contribution was limited to his name on the cover, It became such an irritant that I finally gave up altogether at about page 80.
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