It's a mission that only Striker - the military arm of Op-Center - can handle: capture an Islamic cleric who is stirring up a rebellion against the Indian government. But when the border between India and Pakistan erupts, the Striker team gets caught in the crossfire. Now America's most proficient covert team is trapped in a full-fledged war. Their fate rests in the hands of a devious NSA double agent whose own agenda is unknown - a man who could just as easily sell them out as set them free. This book is an implicit profile of America's defense, intelligence, and crisis management technology, seen through the eyes of fictional two-star General Mike Rodgers. Like all books under Clancy's imprint, technical details are the order of the day.
Good narration. All of the Op Center series is far shorter stories than the Jack Ryan series. Great story lines though.
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it was not one of my favorites in the series. had some twist and turns and you have to pay attention to the story line! it can be a bit confusing at times. but it was still a good book.
Superbly written and narrated. May God bless with truth all who live and die for peace.
A lot of good twists and turns! And slot of he said, she said and I got real tired of PAF!.
well written action packed great read kept me interested all throughout the book left me wanting more
Would you listen to Line of Control again? Why?
I would definitely listen to this Audio book again. Anything that Tom Clancy was involved with is worth reading and listening to again.
Which character – as performed by Michael Kramer – was your favorite?
Mike Rodgers was my favourite character in this one. Who can go past a character who helps prevent a nuclear war.
The story isn't that bad, but the author will put you to sleep. This is my first Op Center book and this will be my last.
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