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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (Jan. 11 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425174808
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425174807
  • Product Dimensions: 18.1 x 10.1 x 2.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #384,453 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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A good thriller but missing something. This was not up to the normal Op-Center books, in my opinion. While it has a good story line it seemed to be off.
in this story Paul Hood ends up seeking help from is Op-Center counterpart in Russia to help hunt down the notorious assassin the "Harpooner". At the same time it seems that all of the issues in the Caspian Sea seem to be tied back to the US president who may be having a mental break down, or is he. His wife thinks that something is wrong and calls in his old friend Paul Hood who is being stonewalled by members of the president's cabinet. While the story is plausible it still bothered me. If you normally like this type of story you will probably enjoy the book but not be thrilled by it.
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Tom Clancy has been one of my long time favorite authors with books like Bear and The Dragon, State of Siege, and Line of Control. It displays that everyone can have their own agenda and that those agendas are not necessarily for the common good. Putting all that aside, Tom Clancy and Steve Piecznik along with Jeff Rovin, do a great job of bringing the details of Military Intelligence to the common people. Excellent book for those who like War, Intel, and thirllers. I would recommend it in a heart beat.
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By A Customer on April 12 2002
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The book i'm reviewing was viewing was okay interesting, but in all and all it was a okay book. There alot of good plots in the story. There was also alot of action in it. I suggest this book to anyone that likes War books. Thats what I thought of Op-Center Divide and Conquer.
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Heard the taped version of TOM CLANCY'S OP-CENTER:
DIVIDE AND CONQUER by Jeff Rovin . . . this is a gripping
thriller about tensions between Iran and the former Soviet republic of
Azerbaijan . . . conspirators within the State Department are at
work, trying to cause tensions to flair . . . at the same time, they
try to convince the President of the United States that he is
mentally unstable . . . it is up to Paul Hood and the members of
the Op-Center to prevent the outbreak of war and save the
President's honor . . . there's a lot of plot squeezed into these
tapes, and though I'm not ordinarily a fan of this genre, I admit
that I liked this tale . . . my enjoyment was magnified by
as a result of an excellent narration by Robert Foxworth.
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The authors did an excellent job on this story. The plot was well developed, as were the characters. The story moves at a comfortable pace and was quite interesting.
This was the first audio book that I've ever listened too, (I was afraid that it would be boring to hear someone else read the story), but it will not be the last I listen to. Robert Foxworthy is a great narrator, doing an excellent with accents and voice inflections. Even though the story moves along very swiftly, you can easily keep up.
If you listen to audio book - or even if you don't - I strongly encourage you to get this one, sit back and enjoy.
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Divide & Conquer is a nice change to the Op-Center series. The Op-Center series was starting to get old. It was getting a generic story line to it: Some terrorists come up with a bad idea, John Hood and Op-Cener must try and figure out what they are doing and send in Striker to stop them. In Divide & Conquer, spying and sabotage replace the Op-Center vs. Terrorists feel of Op-Center. The terrorists focus on starting a war and frame other countries for acts of sabotage. I thought the book was one of the best Op-Center books so far. If you liked "Mission: Impossible" you'll like this book.
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I have been really disappointed in the Op-Center series since the first book. They have just seemed to have mediocre story lines, and not much character development at all. Also, the never-ending quotes by "famous people" just gets to be tiresome. However, this book's storyline was intriguing, and the Paul Hood character seemed to begin to feel like a real person again. One who the reader could actually enjoy talking to. I am glad for the fact that Rodgers was not such a main character in this book. Rodgers seems like too much of a protaginist to me. Also, he seems to quote more from books, essays, and speeches than the other characters. So, if you like Paul Hood, but could do without Rodgers, this is a good book for you!
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By A Customer on Oct. 25 2000
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This book to me is a classic case of an author mis-using his name on a product. The only thing that is "Tom Clancy" about this book is his name on the cover. He did NOT write this piece of drivel. In some instances, the dialog is quite amateurish and not up to the standards I have come to expect from a "Tom Clancy" book. Don't get me wrong, I am a great fan of Clancy..... when he writes the book. This book is not Clancy.
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