Kurdish terrorists have attacked a dam inside the borders of Turkey, threatening the water supply of their very homeland. It is not insanity, but the first step in a deceptively simple plan: force all-out war in the Middle East, drawing in the major players in the new world order.
What the terrorists don't know is that a new Regional Op-Center is now online in Turkey. A mobile version of the permanent crisis-management facility, the ROC is a cutting-edge surveillance and information mecca. And its team can see exactly what the Kurdish rebels are trying to do. But the terrorists are more resourceful than anyone thinks. They also have ways of obtaining classified information. And the Regional Op-Center is a prize not to be passed up.
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©2009 Tom Clancy (P)2011 Random House
Too many characters. Too much jumping around in the story line. Poor story; I knew the ending after 10 minutes of listening. I think it is misleading to put Tom Clancy's name on the book when he didn't write it.
Mr. Kramer can ruin even the best of written books. It is a challenge to follow which character is saying what thanks in no small part to Mr. Kramers monotone voice and feeble attempts to give spice to his voice. My personal option is that Mr. Kramer's syle is poorly suited for this genre. I think he should do educational books.
The audio book and the print version are both excellent and as usual complement each other.
The Israli spies saving Paul Hood and the ambassadors when the Syrian President used them as bait to capture the terrorists.
Mike Rodger's execution of the terrorist that tortured him.
This book has too much detail and it's boring
Cut out the detail.
Don't bother to spend your money on this book
"Exceptional as always!"
I love Tom Clancy... Very imaginative and so muck based on what could easily be reality... Thanks for another excellent Ops Center Chapter!!
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