I've been an audible subscriber for years but this was the very first time I simply couldn't stop listening. Clancy has done a marvelous job at building suspension, and the narrator tops that off with a great performance. I found myself pushing off other things just so that I could listen to "one more chapter"!
Yes because it was interesting, return of some ol' favorite characters and some interesting new ones.
I was moved to anger and disbelief with Melanie's stupidity and wimpiness.
I loved the pace with which Lou Diamond Phillips read. I hope they continue to work with him.
I've been following the stories of Jack Ryan and company since the 80's, always looking forward to the next instalment from Tom Clancy. This one continues the saga in a way that I think incorporates all the original values of the Ryan stories really well.
There are equal parts fast-paced plot and technology exposure. This time, although there is lots of detail of weapons used, etc., there is also a lot of computer technology in the picture. I've always found the technology aspect to make Clancy's stories more interesting.
Once again, the audio book is read by Lou Diamond Phillips with great pacing, consistent voicings, and an overall excellent presentation.
A great read!
I love the suspense and realism he gives his books. I only hope they don't come true in real life.
I absolutely love all of Tom Clancy's book but the ones about The Campus and Rainbow Six are my absolute favorites. This one is anther of his great works!
The tension between John Clark and Volishnikov kept me on the edge of my seat.
No, it was pretty predictable
Yes very good
I chuckled a couple of times
Looking forward to the next book
Threat Vector transitions Jack Ryan Jr. into his father's former role without much difficulty. Mr. Clancy did his homework and appears to understand what is a very plausible attack of the United States by a very likely enemy. I had to hear more right up until the book ended.
Threat Vector was similar to Silver Tower written by Dale Brown in 1988. An action thriller based on little thought about but current and applicable events.
This book impressed me. I laughed out loud at times and at other times I wanted to cry. I wanted to tell Jack and Dingo what I knew from other chapters of the book. I got involved and caught up in the story.
Everyone must read this great book.
From today's headlines
all charaters were well developed
Yes Lou Diamond Phillips excellent as usual
First word through the last
Great listen - I love those tech related plots - makes you think about things. I was on the edge of my seat (so to speak) through the whole thing.