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[Tom Clancy] ↠´ Patriot Games [2nd-grade PDF] Ebook Epub Download ↠´ Somehow, people like this book Other people complain about the slow plot, or the level of detail, or the lack of action I was perfectly fine with all of this, and in fact, I quite liked the idea that injuries were taken seriously and meant that people were out of action for a long time The thing that makes this book truly bad is the lack of development of any of the characters, particularly Jack Ryan He is possibly the worst Mary Sue character I ve read in such a widely published book He is perfect in every way he is incredibly smart, women find him attractive but he s humble and doesn t think he s handsome , everybody loves him but he feels uncomfortable around too many people and prefers just a few close friends H Dude books I call them palette cleansers because sometimes I just get tired of reading about FEELINGS and EMOTIONS and THOUGHTS This book didn t have any of those other things It had intrigue, machismo, swearing, guns, and violence Pretty much pg 13 level, nothing too too much.
But it also had bravery, mystery, and for reals the main guy likes his wife and kid And he doesn t cheat on her Two thumbs up.
So, in all, a bit insight than the movie version, but pretty much the gist of it And now my palette has been cleansed On to girl books once.
5 star Executive Summary After enjoying The Hunt for Red October, I had high hopes for this book, and found myself a bit disappointed.
Audio book I ve listened to one or two books read by Scott Brick He s a decent reader, but nothing special He does a passable English and Irish accent here, but not in anyway to make the characters of similar accents distinguishable from one another He does a better job of that with his American voices, but still not great I d happily listen to another book read by him, but wouldn t rank him among my favorite readers Full Review I ve seen every Jack Ryan movie they ve made and enjoyed most of them , including this one, but this is only my 3rd book in the series I ve read This is one of the few cases where I think the movie is better though.
I rather enjoyed The Hunt for Red October, which I think had a slightly better reader plus Somehow, people like this book Other people complain about the slow plot, or the level of detail, or the lack of action I was perfectly fine with all of this, and in fact, I quite liked the idea that injuries were taken seriously and meant that people were out of action for a long time The thing that makes this book truly bad is the lack of development of any of the characters, particularly Jack Ryan He is possibly the worst Mary Sue character I ve read in such a widely published book He is perfect in every way he is incredibly smart, women find him attractive but he s humble and doesn t think he s handsome , everybody loves him but he feels uncomfortable around too many people and prefers just a few close friends H Dude books I call them palette cleansers because sometimes I just get tired of reading about FEELINGS and EMOTIONS and THOUGHTS This book didn t have any of those other things It had intrigue, machismo, swearing, guns, and violence Pretty much pg 13 level, nothing too too much.
But it also had bravery, mystery, and for reals the main guy likes his wife and kid And he doesn t cheat on her Two thumbs up.
So, in all, a bit insight than the movie version, but pretty much the gist of it And now my palette has been cleansed On to girl books once.
5 star Executive Summary After enjoying The Hunt for Red October, I had high hopes for this book, and found myself a bit disappointed.
Audio book I ve listened to one or two books read by Scott Brick He s a decent reader, but nothing special He does a passable English and Irish accent here, but not in anyway to make the characters of similar accents distinguishable from one another He does a better job of that with his American voices, but still not great I d happily listen to another book read by him, but wouldn t rank him among my favorite readers Full Review I ve seen every Jack Ryan movie they ve made and enjoyed most of them , including this one, but this is only my 3rd book in the series I ve read This is one of the few cases where I think the movie is better though.
I rather enjoyed The Hunt for Red October, which I think had a slightly better reader plus Review to follow A prequel to The Hunt for Red October that came a few years before, this takes us back and makes the common mistake of presenting a younger version of a protagonist that really does not seem consistent with the one we met in a later story As if that wasn t enough, the real life prince of Wales figures and that whole storyline sinks the entire story To top it off, Clancy seems to have struggled with his obviously pre defined volume this time around very long parts of this book could easily have been cut and nothing would have been lost Disappointing entry, but he revenged himself with The Cardinal of the Kremlin.
Tom Clancy S Patriot Games Is Filled With The Exceptional Realism And Authenticity That Distinguished The Author S Two Previous Bestsellers, Hunt For Red October And Red Storm Rising Patriot Games Puts Us On The Cutting Edge Of Another Type Of War The International Battle Of Terrorism It Is Fall Years Before The Defection Of A Soviet Submarine Will Send Him Hurtling Into Confrontation With The Soviets, Historian, Ex Marine And CIA Analyst Jack Ryan Is Vacationing In London With His Wife And Young Daughter, When A Terrorist Attack Takes Place Before His Eyes Instinctively, He Dives Forward To Break It Up, And Is Shot It Is Not Until He Wakes Up In The Hospital That He Learns Whose Lives He Has Saved The Prince And Princess Of Wales And Their New Young Son And Which Enemies He Has Made The Ulster Liberation Army, An Ultra Left Wing Splinter Of The IRABy His Impulsive Act, He Has Gained Both The Gratitude Of A Nation And Then Enmity Of Hits Most Dangerous Men Men Who Do Not Sit On Their Hate And In The Weeks And Months To Come, It Is Jack Ryan, And His Family, Who Will Become The Targets Of That Hate I heard that Tom Clancy hated the movie this book inspired Having read it, i can understand why Nobody likes it when someone takes your idea and makes it enjoyable This is another one of Tom Clancy s political statements disguised as a novel, with the IRA representing communism The Pacing is dull, the story unbelievable and at times hilarious I suppose though my biggest problem is with Clancy s notion that Ryan is somehow able or even capable of doing half of what he undergos, just because he s a former marine with a career of 3 months and who d never seen combat Especially as in HFRO, he can barely keep his cool when being shot at by a cook In reality, Ryan would have been struck dumb by it all like everyone else, and even if he hadn t, if he had gone head to head with an IRA gunman, they would have eaten him for breakfast 3.
5 to 4.
0 stars Third Jack Ryan book published but first in terms of internal chronology as the events take place before those in The Hunt for Red October While I enjoyed some of the later Ryan novels especially those in which John Clark and his crew played a major part , this is still a quality thriller and certainly worth a read A pretty good Clancy novel is still much better than a lot of the junk that is out there.
When I read an old bestseller like this, I always ask myself if I would have recognized its potential In this case no way, rejectorama I couldn t bring myself to read than a third of it which, by the way, amounted to 250 pages.
What happened in those pages There s a great opener where Jack Ryan is almost hit by a bus and barely exhales before he is swept into a kidnapping attempt on the British royal family That contrast between the near disaster, his relief and reorientation, and then the real disaster is very well done But it s all downhill from there as we feel the boredom of waiting around to be discharged from the hospital, interrupted by multiple, totally gratuitous visits from members of the royal family who express their deep admiration of Ryan, but in awkwardly bantering ways Once he gets out of the hospital, we re taken on a tourist visit to the To



A prequel to The Hunt for Red October that came a few years before, this takes us back and makes the common mistake of presenting a younger version of a protagonist that really does not seem consistent with the one we met in a later story As if that wasn t enough, the real life prince of Wales figures and that whole storyline sinks the entire story To top it off, Clancy seems to have struggled with his obviously pre defined volume this time around very long parts of this book could easily have been cut and nothing would have been lost Disappointing entry, but he revenged himself with The Cardinal of the Kremlin.
Review to follow I heard that Tom Clancy hated the movie this book inspired Having read it, i can understand why Nobody likes it when someone takes your idea and makes it enjoyable This is another one of Tom Clancy s political statements disguised as a novel, with the IRA representing communism The Pacing is dull, the story unbelievable and at times hilarious I suppose though my biggest problem is with Clancy s notion that Ryan is somehow able or even capable of doing half of what he undergos, just because he s a former marine with a career of 3 months and who d never seen combat Especially as in HFRO, he can barely keep his cool when being shot at by a cook In reality, Ryan would have been struck dumb by it all like everyone else, and even if he hadn t, if he had gone head to head with an IRA gunman, they would have eaten him for breakfast 3.
5 to 4.
0 stars Third Jack Ryan book published but first in terms of internal chronology as the events take place before those in The Hunt for Red October While I enjoyed some of the later Ryan novels especially those in which John Clark and his crew played a major part , this is still a quality thriller and certainly worth a read A pretty good Clancy novel is still much better than a lot of the junk that is out there.
When I read an old bestseller like this, I always ask myself if I would have recognized its potential In this case no way, rejectorama I couldn t bring myself to read than a third of it which, by the way, amounted to 250 pages.
What happened in those pages There s a great opener where Jack Ryan is almost hit by a bus and barely exhales before he is swept into a kidnapping attempt on the British royal family That contrast between the near disaster, his relief and reorientation, and then the real disaster is very well done But it s all downhill from there as we feel the boredom of waiting around to be discharged from the hospital, interrupted by multiple, totally gratuitous visits from members of the royal family who express their deep admiration of Ryan, but in awkwardly bantering ways Once he gets out of the hospital, we re taken on a tourist visit to the To

Tom Clancy was an English major at Balti s Loyola College As a Maryland insurance broker with a passion for naval history, his dream of writing a novel came true with his first effort, The Hunt for Red October 1984 He since wrote than a dozen novels, which have a blend of realism and authenticity, intricate plotting, and razor sharp suspense Ten of the novels, including The Teeth of