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eBook The Sum of All Fears (Jack Ryan Novels) ePub

by Tom Clancy

  • ISBN: 0425133540
  • Category: Thrillers and Suspense
  • Subcategory: Suspense and Obscurity
  • Author: Tom Clancy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berkley; Reissue edition (August 1, 1992)
  • ePub book: 1170 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1629 kb
  • Other: mbr txt doc docx
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 816

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Book 6 of 11 in the A Jack Ryan Novel Series. The Sum of All Fears delivers! -People.

Book 6 of 11 in the A Jack Ryan Novel Series. This is a book not to be missed.

The Sum of All Fears is a political thriller novel, written by Tom Clancy and released on August 14, 1991. Serving as the sequel to Clear and Present Danger (1989), main character Jack Ryan, who is now the Deputy Director of Central Intelligence, tries to stop a crisis concerning the Middle East peace process where Palestinian and former East German terrorists conspire to bring the United States and Soviet Union into nuclear war. It debuted at number one on the New York Times bestseller list.

This is a Tom Clancy novel where the movie is better than the book (like The Hunt for Red October). The Sum of All Fears is so crammed full of everything Tom Clancy learned about building a two-stage nuclear weapon and about submarines and submarine warfare that it really detracts from the interesting plot, which could have been pulled together in half or one third of the space

The Sum of All Fears is the best-selling thriller novel by Tom Clancy, and part of the Jack Ryan series. It was the fourth book of the series and was also later turned into a film.

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Bestselling Author of the Jack Ryan Novels. Peace may finally be at hand in the Middle East, as Jack Ryan, Deputy Director of Intelligence for the CIA, lays the groundwork for a plan that could end centuries of conflict. But ruthless terrorists have a final, desperate card to play: a nuclear weapon hidden somewhere in the United States.

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Peace may finally be at hand in the Middle East, as Jack Ryan, Deputy Director of Intelligence for the CIA, lays the groundwork for a plan that could end centuries of conflict.

Without Remorse, by Tom Clancy – This novel doesn’t resolve around Jack Ryan, but John Clark. The Sum of All Fears, by Tom Clancy – Deputy Director of the CIA Jack Ryan lays the groundwork for a peace plan that could end centuries of conflict in the Middle East. Set during the Vietnam War, in the city of Baltimore, the book tells the origin of Clark and alternates between two major story arcs. In one of them, we met Emmet Ryan, the father of Jack. Clarke is a recurring character in the Ryan novels. But ruthless terrorists have their hands on a nuclear weapon and have placed it on American soil in the midst of an escalation in tension with the Soviet Union.

When his proposal for a ground-breaking Middle Eastern peace plan falls through, Deputy Director of the CIA Jack Ryan must stop anti-Israeli agents from acquiring an atom bomb and using it against Israel. Reprint. NYT.

Comments

Erienan Erienan
This is my favorite of all the Clancy books, but the Kindle version has a problem: within each chapter, Clancy uses "scenes" to go from one character/situation to another, which is a very common and popular way to write. In the print version, every "scene" is separated by the next "scene" by a blank line/space to indicate the end of one scene and the start of another.
The Kindle version has eliminated those blank lines and simply runs one scene into another as simply a new paragraph, causing a jarring and confusing transition from one scene to the next. Very annoying.
Fountain_tenderness Fountain_tenderness
This book clearly illustrates the concept: “power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely.” When it is a person’s goal to achieve power for the sake of having and using that power, it would seem that the corruption comes with that equation. Jack Ryan starts the book at the Deputy Director I’d Intelligence with the CIA under a new director, a political appointee who tries to do noting & succeeds rather spectacularly. Further, the new administration loses the National Security Advisor (good guy) to mini scandal, & his replacement is a shallow, vindictive power-grabber. This book is an enormously entertaining read.
White gold White gold
This is the high-watermark of techno-thrillers and probably Clancy's best. It's nothing like the movie, more adroitly written, more precise in its details (of how to build a small nuclear device; how a submarine sonar works; how chain of command works, etc.). He also gets the political mind-set right, including the downside of political ambition. Perhaps one or two characters aren't as well-drawn as they could be, but the ones that count, Clancy gets right. Great fun, quick read despite its length.
Bumand Bumand
I'm used to Clancy and his details and slow writing style, but this one was just way too slow for me. If you want to enjoy this book, start at about 75% of the way through. Honestly the first 75% of this book is details, details, details and way too much background. Once you get past that... It's interesting in a good read.
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We all know Tom Clancy by now. This is another of his techno thrillers. It includes a lot of detail on how to build an atomic bomb which, I am told, is not quite correct to deter readers from attempting to build their own. Some readers found this a bit too long handle, but I found it interesting. All in all, I would give this 4 and a half stars.
Felhalar Felhalar
Clancy as master storyteller is obvious. But the genius it takes to describe in minute detail the series of nanoseconds involved in a multistage nuclear detonation over four pages is stunning. Never has such minutia been so riveting in my reading. Naturally, the many threads he is able to weave without slipping is impressive indeed!
Enditaling Enditaling
I thought this book began slow; wasn't sure I would like it; but later I had a hard time putting it down so I could keep my appointments. There are multiple tales and he switches from one to another, from one paragraph to the next; sometime making the transition without this reader realizing it. I am always amazed by the knowledge of the navy, Russia, nuclear physics, and etc. that TC puts in this book. Great book, long.
But I was continually amazed that Tom Clancy kept so many story lines going and never once dropped the ball. Also surprising to me were the tears that fell from my eyes twice in the reading of this book, and again now as I write this review. Now I'm going to have to go back and read all my Tom Clancy books over again.