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  • Turtleback: 363 pages
  • Publisher: Demco Media (February 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0606204210
  • ISBN-13: 978-0606204217
  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 10.8 x 3.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)


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Format: Audio Cassette
About 300 Pages of great story telling, but then an extra 200 page of complete nothing.
Most of the book was great and entertaining, but for a good part of it I read stuff that didnt seem to have any relevance to the plot whatsoever and could quite frankly be left out of the book without changing the story at all.
But I did enjoy the book overall, even though it should only have been a 300 page book.
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First thing to establish is Tom Clancy did not write this book. I don't know why he puts his name on it, but the "Net Force" books are OK if you want something that is easy to read and doesn't make you think too hard.
The books are best read in sequence - I made the mistake of buying "Night Moves" and reading that first, before I realised it was a series.
I like the parallel stories a lot and the romantic angle between Alex and Toni prevents it all from being military tactics (which I also enjoy a lot).
One disappointing thing for me about "Net Force" is the name of the military head "Col. John Howard". Well, I am Australian and "John Howard" is the name of our Prime Minister. Whenever I read the name, I imagine a short, balding little weazel! Maybe Clancy and Steve Perry should check stuff like that out before they name their characters!
Conclusion: Good for a light read when you don't want to concentrate too much.
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By A Customer on June 10 2002
Format: Mass Market Paperback
If you normally read Clancy because he writes well researched, feasible and well paced thrillers, then don't bother with this one. Clancy should be embarrassed putting his name to this pap. It is a story that is not only very unlikely but is poorly imagined and poorly written.
Write it yourself next time and read your ghost's copy before going to press.
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This was an interesting book. It was easy to follow and not that hard to comprehend. It starts in the year 2010 and tells of the Net Force, the group that is in charge of the safety of the Internet. A conflict arises when they have to figure out who is hacking into the Internet.
One character who stands out in my mind is Alex Michaels. He is the Commander of the Force. He is an honorable man who wouldn't stop working until he found out who was hacking into the Internet. Also, he wouldn't let his affair with a co-worker interfere with his job. This shows that he is both a hard worker and an honorable man.
I truly enjoyed reading this book. Once I got into it, it was extremely difficult to put down. When I chose this book, I thought it was going to be stupid, so I didn't want to read it, but I'm glad I did. I would recommend this book more to adults then children. It doesn't seem like a book someone younger would enjoy, but I think that older people would enjoy reading it.
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This was an interesting book. It was easy to follow and not that hard to comprehend. It starts in the year 2010 and tells of the Net Force, the group that is in charge of the safety of the Internet. A conflict arises when they have to figure out who is hacking into the Internet.
One character who stands out in my mind is Alex Michaels. He is the Commander of the Force. He is an honorable man who wouldn't stop working until he found out who was hacking into the Internet. Also, he wouldn't let his affair with a co-worker interfere with his job. This shows that he is both a hard worker and an honorable man.
I truly enjoyed reading this book. Once I got into it, it was extremely difficult to put down. When I chose this book, I thought it was going to be stupid, so I didn't want to read it, but I'm glad I did. I would recommend this book more to adults then children. It doesn't seem like a book someone younger would enjoy, but I think that older people would enjoy reading it.
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This was an interesting book. It was easy to follow and not that hard to comprehend. It starts in the year 2010 and tells of the Net Force, the group that is in charge of the safety of the Internet. A conflict arises when they have to figure out who is hacking into the Internet.
One character who stands out in my mind is Alex Michaels. He is the Commander of the Force. He is an honorable man who wouldn't stop working until he found out who was hacking into the Internet. Also, he wouldn't let his affair with a co-worker interfere with his job. This shows that he is both a hard worker and an honorable man.
I truly enjoyed reading this book. Once I got into it, it was extremely difficult to put down. When I chose this book, I thought it was going to be stupid, so I didn't want to read it, but I'm glad I did. I would recommend this book more to adults then children. It doesn't seem like a book someone younger would enjoy, but I think that older people would enjoy reading it.
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The year is 2010 and Net Force's Jay Gridley is cruising along in his viper, looking for clues. He's in a race with fellow computer geek, Joanna Winthorp, a tall and beautiful woman, to find out who is behind this latest adventure.
This Tom Clancy created (not written) novel continues the series with a new adventure for the gang at Net Force. From budding office romances, to armed assualts, you'll tag along with them as they search for clues to who is leaking classified and potentially deadly information on the internet.
All in all this is an enjoyable book and and easy read.
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