Nick Scott fought in the SAS during the first Gulf War. Captured and tortured, he was left a broken man. His daughter Sarah Scott is a beautiful young scientist who has cracked one of the scientific secrets of the age. Now, she has vanished. Her lover Jed Bradley is one of the SAS's toughest young agents, dropped behind enemy lines in the build up to the Iraq War to find the truth about Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction.
Caught up in a global power play, Nick and Jed must fight their way through a war-ravaged Iraq as the regime of Saddam Hussein collapses around them. It is a desperate race to find the woman they both love. And to unlock the secret of the Ultimate Weapon.
©2006 Chris Ryan; (P)2006 Random House
"Hard as nails." (Mirror)
"Slick, polished, and gut-wrenching stuff." (Irish Times)
"Chock full of military fat to chew on...will keep you awake until dawn." (FHM)
Absolutely.. I love listening to books in bed when going to sleep or in the car and find it hard to actually "read" books because of those reasons. In fact, the only time I actually "Read" books is when sitting on the loo :)
The suspense and action narrated perfectly by Stephen Tomkinson.
Don't really have a favorite character. I liked and enjoyed them all.
My reaction was that it was hard to get to sleep because I wanted to keep listening to it. It's that captivating. I also spent quite a few hours (over the time that I read it) by sitting in the car park at work listening to the book for just a "little bit longer" :)
Great book and highly recommended for anyone that enjoys this type of genre
I can savely say my gut was not wrenched, as some of the quoted reviews say in the marketing hype. Instead it was ok. Chugged along at a reasonable pace but the usual Special Forces stuff. If you like that and can stand another story similar to the ones you have probably already heard - great. Don't expect anything stunning in the story department, but at the same time I have heard alot worse.....average
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