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Publisher's Summary

In the newly unified Germany, old horrors are reborn. It is the beginning of Chaos Days, a time when neo-Nazi groups gather to spread violence and resurrect dead dreams. But this year Germany isn't the only target. Plans are afoot to destabilize Europe and cause turmoil throughout the United States. Paul Hood and his team, already in Germany to buy technology for the new Regional Op-Center, become entangled in the crisis. They uncover a shocking force behind the chaos - a group that uses cutting-edge technology to promote hate and to influence world events. A powerful profile of America's defense, intelligence, and crisis management technology, Tom Clancy's Op-Center is the creation of Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik.

©2011 Random House Audio; 2011 Tom Clancy, Steve Pieczenik

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Where to begin...

You’d think in 2018 a book about kicking the crap out of neo-nazis would be just what the doctor ordered...but sadly this book is garbage. It meanders from one improbable scene to the next, each chapter more bafflingly absurd than the last.

This is, without a doubt, the worst thing every associated with the Tom Clancy brand (and yes, I’m factoring in his brief foray into frozen TV dinners in the early 90s).

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Fast Paced and Authentic in the Clancey Tradition!

Another great Tom Clancey novel with themes and content that could just as easily emerge as he as headlines of tomorrows newspapers. The sorry was read in elegant fashion with attention to detail in a script which required expertise in English, German, and French. I enjoyed it very much.

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oh my God this is probably the worst story I've ev

this is incredible Tom Clancy just got raped he's detail was so overdrawn so incredibly overdrawn and it's almost impossible to listen to narration was good it wasn't fair but my just

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Not worthy of being called a Clancy novel

I understand creative license and freedom, but this story was simply ridiculous. A man in a wheelchair going for miles through the forest of Germany to rescue a damsel in distress all while being chased by neo-Natzi's with guns; really?!?!?!

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start

beginning is hard to follow at the start if you dont pay attention close enough

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Awful

I was very disappointed in this Tom Clancy book. It was very confusing. It just did not meet up to my expiration.

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Clancy is crying in his grave.

Poorly written, with gross inaccuracies. Nowhere near a Clancy standard. Waste of time and money. I couldn't wait for it to be over. Clancy is crying in his grave and the publisher should be ashamed.

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Love.

Loved it and how the separate parts all worked together and came together in the end

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Not the best, but not the worst either.

While I love to read Clancy's work, and Op-Center is definitely one of his better series. This particular story wasn't one of his better books. The story was slow at first and while there was some real life events in here, the plot just wasn't believable.
As always Mr. Kramer did a remarkable job narrating this book. Overall this is a good book to listen to if only to stay up to date with the series.

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Terrible technical errors. Lousy research.

So far I have found this entire series abysmal. Poorly researched. Can't believe Clancy approved these authors to use his name. Completely ignorant of the technology, weapons and organizations portrayed. As an army aviator I had to cringe and laugh at the fantasy portrayed surrounding V-22s and Bell Long Rangers. Did they not ask anyone who knew something about helicopters? Sure. Use a hoist to lower guys from the Osprey onto the tail boom of a Long Ranger in flight! Unbelievable.

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Not Tom Clancy's best

I was expecting action from beginning to end but not so. The exciting bit concerned a girl escaping from a burning motor home but after that the story fell to pieces. I dislike books where all the content is talk. Games of State switched from Hamburg to Washington for each chapter however nothing much happened in either location. About half way through I went to double speed for most of the rest.