Like most Clancy novels, "Act of Valor" is a middlingly written great story—only without the great story. The story is predictable, melodramatic, and needlessly technical. A reader knows who's going to be killed halfway into the story. The dialog is laughable, particularly between husband and wife.
Maybe the movie is better. The screenwriters have better editors.
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