Tom Clancy Oath of Office by Marc Cameron PDF Download

Tom Clancy Oath of Office by Marc Cameron PDF Download

By: Marc Cameron
Relase Date: 2018-11-27
Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers, Fiction & Literature

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“I am the biggest Clancy fan but I have to admit, it may be time to stop. This was the worst “Clancy” book I have read. The plot was so ridiculous it was laughable. The author, who I have ready his Jericho books, really tries to emulate Clancy by weaving in multiple story lines. It just doesn’t work. Without spoilers, the story lines add no value to the ending and only lead to me wondering why I had to read so much to get to so little. Having read every Clancy book (including the non-fiction and Op-Center books) it is time for me to move on. This is like Bond at the end of Brosnon’s run; wind surfing to ward off bad guys. Can’t get more stupid. It was a great ride Tom, but your ghost writers are not leaving a great legacy.“

“This is a Jack Ryan novel but it read more like a Ryan Jr. novel. Had Clancy written this novel it would have been a 1000 pages long and about 650 pages too long. The author of this novel was still 200 pages too long. The author had a worldwide canvas as Clancy use to do but the effort here was disjointed. And oh yes, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was an Air Force Lt. General. Give me a break. That’s a joke. It may be time for the Clancy estate to retire this series.“

“First 150 pages befor it gets interesting“

“I read the books because I love the characters Clancy created, and while the portrayals are close, they lack the soul and vividness that only the master could create. There were moments of entertainment, but the ending felt tired and uninspired.“

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