Missions revels in a wash of ambiguity, leaving the reader to decipher its position on ethics and action in the post 9-11 age and ultimately decide for themselves what to take away from it.
Considering current events in Europe, this is a timely read -- if you can handle lengthy Tom Clancy plotting...
I’ve read a couple of novels by Mark Greaney under the Tom Clancy line (co-authored I suppose). They were decent, but they suffered from the usual Clancy tropes of over-explanation, scenes that could have been cut because they didn’t add to the story, etc. So I didn’t much wonder how Mr. Greaney would do solo.... Continue Reading →
Finally, a Tom Clancy novel that feels like a Tom Clancy novel, for better and for worse. Let’s start with the good stuff: Plot! – In Threat Vector, the author(s) imagine a world where China has moved aggressively into the South China Sea in an effort to both control the flow of sea traffic and... Continue Reading →