Very good. Love the story
Developed like one side was close to supreme then it all fell apart way too quick
Keep me in touch with characters.
Interwoven thoughtout reboot
John Clark - because he is John Clark
thought provoking cyber angle
After all these years, we still wait for the next one, hurry
Lou D.P.'s narration is what I liked best: top flight, as alsways, with great characterizations. I least liked, actually disliked, the neo-con right wing bent of the marque author that always percolates through the main characters often snotty, William-F.-Buckley comments about those that don't think just like them.
It had a beginning, middle and end
Just about everything.
Two things: re-think giving book narration a try and stop paying money/credits for Tom Clancy books (can you say library?).
China & cybersecurity are problems for the US, as clearly eloquent & gripping in this book.
Cyberwar in stealth.
Lou Diamond phillips has a great voice and does a great job telling a story
Jack Ryan Jr.
enough differentiation in character voices to identify each character
Tom Clancy at his finest, Threat Vector is packed with action and technical detail that allows the reader to truly experience the moment.
I don't know how much Mark Greaney actually had to do with this book but I suspect quite a bit. This is by far the best Tom Clancy in many, many years. I've been disappointed with the last couple of Clancy efforts and was torn as to whether or not to read this book. But having read The Gray Man series by Greaney (which is terrific!) I gave this one a chance... and am GLAD I did! Excellent story and Excellent performance by Lou Diamond Phillips!
After years of mediocre books this is the first that equals of his early works. The cyber war scenario feels real and is well developed. Even the Chinese threat is developed enough to be believable. The final action scenes with Jack Jr. are a little far fetched but no more so than Jack Sr.'s fights on a nuclear sub. Good fast read.