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Against All Enemies Audiobook

Against All Enemies

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For years, ex–Navy SEAL Maxwell Moore has worked across the Middle East and behind the scenes for the Special Activities Division of the CIA, making connections, extracting valuable intelligence, and facing off against America’s enemies at every turn. And then...news of a potentially devastating coalition: What if two of the greatest threats to the security of the United States were to form an unholy alliance? The Taliban is trying to exploit a Mexican drug cartel to which they supply opium as a means to bring the fire of jihad to the hearts of the infidels. It is up to Moore, and his team, to infiltrate and dismantle the drug cartel, even as they hunt for those who would bring the ultimate terror and destruction to the streets of America.In a story that races from the remote, war-scarred landscapes of the Middle East to the blood-soaked chaos of the U.S.–Mexico border, Tom Clancy once again delivers a heart-stopping thriller that is frighteningly close to reality.

©2011 Tom Clancy (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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    08-07-11
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    "Not quite Tom"

    Another disappointing effort by Tom Clancy. Difficult to follow with completely non-compelling characters. Nothing like his first group of books. No Jack Ryan replacement here.

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    Linda Wiggins 08-06-11 Member Since 2016
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    "Blood and guts..."

    galore here, and too many "wtf's" to count. The story moves back and forth between Mexico and the Middle East as a former Navy Seal now working for the CIA along with various local and American accomplices attempt to stop a murderous Mexican drug cartel and determine its link to Taliban operatives. The killings, current and in his past, leave Max Moore a brooding, remorseful guy who nonetheless is up to the task of rounding up the bad guys. The details leading up to the ultimate resolution to the novel were intriguing but overly complex and told in violent detail. The book became gripping for me only when the two major plotlines came to a head and there was definitive action.
    I thought Steven Weber did a good job with the various accents, working with a multitude of characters, and he kept things moving at a good pace. I liked this book but didn't love it, thus three stars.

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    William R. SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 08-02-11
    William R. SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 08-02-11 Member Since 2016

    Author, rabid Audible listener.

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    "Credit-worthy action with a great lead character"

    I've never read a Tom Clancy novel and think I am now a big fan. This book pulls absolutely no punches and the death toll is high but it's a great read.

    A character named Moore is an ex-Navy Seal gathering terrorist intelligence when he finds his way to Mexico to take down a major drug cartel leader. Both stories and a host of characters intertwine masterfully as we deal with loner Moore who's bad luck is everyone who surrounds themselves with him seem to die off.

    There aren't many plot secrets here, just action, reaction and the results afterward. The plot is strong, the writing stronger and I appreciated how the book didn't end with a slapped together happy ending.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful
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    Brian Forestville, Australia 08-01-11
    Brian Forestville, Australia 08-01-11
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    "What a confusing and boring book"

    I persevered for nearly 4 hours but was so totally confused I have given it away. I used to enjoy
    Clancy but he is now off my reading list

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    Robinn Indian Shores, FL, United States 07-15-11
    Robinn Indian Shores, FL, United States 07-15-11 Member Since 2017
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    "Disappointing"

    I love Tom Clancy and have read all of his books. This is NOT a Tom Clancy book and he should be ashamed of the check he took to put his name on it. From the beginning I was disappointed and that continued throughout the book to include the cheesy ending. The top authors should think before they sell out their legacy by putting there names on a book when they are not the author as they are cheating the buyers and their fans.

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    Joseph 07-15-11
    Joseph 07-15-11
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    "Good but not great Clancy"

    Clancey still has Ryan and Clark but he merged them together into one character named Moore. Having one guy do everything makes this read more like a James Bond novel. It needed more character development, and the kind of technical detail that makes Clancy books worth reading.

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    Reid Cary, NC, United States 07-13-11
    Reid Cary, NC, United States 07-13-11 Member Since 2011
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    "Locale is the only thing new in this tired tome"

    Clancy has done his usual good research on the background of the latest location for his novel to play out. However, the only other new twist in this novel is that the hero is an incompetent, brooding misfit who would not have been assigned to such a vast array of critically important missions. I felt sorry for the narrator, who did a good job despite having to read list after list of descriptions of military weapons and airline flights.

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    Shirley 07-08-11
    Shirley 07-08-11
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    "Against All Enemies"

    A lot of information, It seemed at times that the narrator talked too fast. I have always loved Tom Clancy, but this one was a little too much blood and guts for me. Scary though when I think how right on in his other books he has been on events.

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    Michael Juden 07-07-11 Member Since 2001
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    "Has Tom Clancy has lost his magic?"

    Against all Enemies was a painful read. It is not classic Clancy, by any stretch of the imagination. The plot was week, much of the detail was unneeded and the main characters were not very likeable. Worse of all, Against all Enemies did not seem like a Clancy book at all.

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    Tony Findlay, OH, United States 07-06-11
    Tony Findlay, OH, United States 07-06-11 Member Since 2010
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    "Big Disappointment..."

    I've been a huge Clancy fan for many years reading everything he writes, and I have to say I'm very disappointed with this book. It starts off well but quickly falls very flat with story lines that should be important but go nowhere. There's nothing eyepoping about this book, no clever plots, no brilliant weaponry. Even the terrorists "grand scheme" is weak. Very little action and a boring storyline insure I won't be buying the hardcover version as I usually do. I suspect that he's letting others do his writing and slapping his name on the cover to promote sales like many others are doing today (ie;Clive Cussler). Don't sell out to publisher pressure Tom! Write your own material!

    2 of 4 people found this review helpful

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