A small arsenal of US nuclear weapons are stolen from a NATO base in Europe. The world scrambles to figure out who the culprits are and what their target is - and to stop them before they unleash hell on humanity.
With only hours left before it is too late, the President has no choice but to call in Luke Stone, the former head of an elite FBI paramilitary team. Finally getting his life back in order, and with devastating news on his own family front, Luke does not want the job. But with the newly elected female President desperate for his help, he realizes he cannot turn his back on her.
In the action-packed, international cat-and-mouse chase that follows, Luke, Ed and his former team will have to be more daring, and break more rules, than ever before. With the fate of the world at stake, Luke heads into the murky fog of war and espionage, and discovers the culprit is not who he thinks it is after all.
A political thriller with non-stop action, dramatic international settings and heart-pounding suspense, Oppose Any Foe is book four in the best-selling and critically-acclaimed Luke Stone series.
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You'll love this series--enough said---Out of thin air comes a great writer and narrator.
This series is great.
I've read them all - every Rapp Harvath Andreas Gentry Wells thriller out there and this book is up there in the top 5 or 10. It's what you wished the other authors would stick to, firefights, espionage, political games, bullets, and dead jihadis. Great book, moves fast, very funny.
I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!
I previously reviewed the three prior novels in this political/espionage/military thriller Luke Stone series. Like the earlier novels Oppose Any Foe is a wild ride with lots of action and continuous suspense. Like the earlier novels the feats achieved again and again are impossible or nearly so making suspension of belief very difficult for me. While I disagree with reviewers comparing Jack Mars to Vince Flynn, Ben Coes, Mark Greaney, Brad Thor and other great authors of the espionage genre, this is a worthwhile series that clearly rates 4 star rating. So I will continue to listen. Narration is excellent. For espionage thriller lovers I recommend this series listened to in order written because the earlier novels provide important details about Luke Stone and other repeating characters.
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Very short and to the point, but contained enough of a story line full of emotion to keep me hooked!
It would be nice if they used an actual female to narrate the female parts. ( Not an older man voice)
Just like all the other Stone stories, it's full throttle from the start! Sure you have to suspend belief a bit, but I'm OK with that as this is pure mind candy for me. A great adrenaline release in these stories! Keep em coming!
This is a modern day story of war and terrorism. Throughout the narration the reader says "Nucular" for "nuclear", "gernade" for "grenade"; and other common words are repeatedly mispronounced. Once or twice I could live with--repeatedly pronouncing common words incorrectly just stops the story for me. The producer should have sprung for an editor.
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