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eBook Debt Of Honor (Turtleback School Library Binding Edition) (Jack Ryan Novels) ePub

by Tom Clancy

  • ISBN: 0785765298
  • Category: Thrillers and Suspense
  • Subcategory: Suspense and Obscurity
  • Author: Tom Clancy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Turtleback Books (August 1, 1995)
  • ePub book: 1390 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1226 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 978


For use in schools and libraries only. Library Binding: 368 pages.

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Debt of Honor (Jack Ryan, Published August 1st 1995 by Turtleback Books. Library Binding, 1,008 pages. Author(s): Tom Clancy.

De. For use in schools and libraries only. Jack Ryan, who had only accepted the Vice Presidency as a caretaker for a year, suddenly finds himself President of the United States, and must contend with international enemies on both a personal and state level who see a . internal crisis as a great opportunity. The 512 Ants on Sullivan Street (Hello Reader! Math Level 4) EAN 9780613033435.

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I only wish that the relative I originally borrowed "Debt of Honor" from hadn't revealed the shocking conclusion to me before I had a chance to read it myself.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. This explosive prelude to Executive Orders begins with the murder of an American woman in the back streets of Tokyo. It ends in war...


Nilador Nilador
This is one of the best Jack Ryan novels, it starts out what I feel is the heart of the Jack Ryan saga. About every year or so, I start with this book and read straight through - Debt of Honor, Executive Orders, Rainbow Six, Bear and the Dragon, Teeth of the Tiger, Dead or Alive, Locked On, Threat Vector, and now Command Authority.

With the sad passing of Tom Clancy, this body of work may be now complete. If you want to experience a master at work - start with Debt of Honor and be ready to read (at least) Executive Orders - which picks up immediately where Debt of Honor leaves off. If you go through the whole progression of these 9 novels you will not be disappointed. The realism of Clancy's work, always rooted in real technologies, agencies and geopolitical dynamics - and his ability to weave together dozens of fully defined characters and sub-plots is a thing of beauty.

And if you look for some action in your reads - go no further. He describes real weapons & technology, and how they work mechanically, physically and emotionally on enemies. Tom Clancy will forever be a giant due to this body of work alone. Read Debt of Honor, you will not be disappointed and you will probably jump right into Executive Orders.
Hurus Hurus
I keep reading because I've never left a book unfinished but I almost broke my record with this one and the next. It is lenghty and too much details that reading it some years later are absolutelly irrelevant and unnecessary. I don't have any interest on how the submachine guns work or how the transmission of internet happens before. Or the motivations of every character in the book. Also the action line is jumpy, going from a continent to another with just a couple of parragraph to let one find out who is this sections refer to. I barely finished it and plunged into the Executive order because I had already bought it. It is no better. You can add implausibility to the plot and subplots.
superstar superstar
This may very well be Tom Clancy's most complex and satisfying novel. It links the bought-and-sold world of politics, the house-of-cards nature of industrial outsourcing and the pervasive though subtle nature of national history and pride. At the intersection of those 3 elements is the dark and ominous spectre of geopolitical ambition realized by the projection of military force. An entirely believable cast of characters (including some old friends from previous Clancy adventures) breathes life into the complex plot that draws tighter, like a purse-string suture, until all the elements are within view...and the view is nearly cataclysmic. In a final twist (no spoiler here...) the stage is set for yet the next Clancy masterpiece in a shocking but believable conclusion. Get it!
Purebinder Purebinder
This is what I consider the last of the Tom Clancy / Jack Ryan great books. In all honesty its totally downhill from here. Some things that I like and don't (yes this is spoilers if you never read).

Jack leaves government service back to the business sector. As much as he talks about leaving it and being done (I made my money and I am out), you get no details on why he is back and did not go into academia. I consider this a flaw, while minor, but one that says things are going down hill.

I like Clark and Chavez in the field. This is Mr. Clark at his best. I also like Chaves using his military benefits and getting a Master's degree in International Relations. It saddens me quite a bit for them to leave field ops and become part of Rainbow Six (another anti-terrorism special forces unit that like we already have Delta Force and the SEALS, sooo?? Oh wait its international?

I really like Ryan as the National Security Advisor. Based on his relations with the Intelligence Committee, great fit. Vice-President and then President, pass the crack pipe.

I am not so thrilled with all the cross characters always appearing. Portegee happening to be on the island. Umm OK sure. Nice to resolve Kelly and Portegee but unnecessary.

The story? Well its amazing how things change from what might have been. I thought it was good. And heck, this whole thing it what I thought.
Frey Frey
I wore out the original audio cassettes I had of this book and was glad to find the CDs. I like the tone of this book. It moves along well and the characters are true to nature of the whole series of books involving Jack Ryan. This is earlier in the life of the character and his work in government, but there would be a huge gap in his growth over the entire story line had this book not been written. It ends on a suspenseful note and is a great lead-in for the next book in the series, Even though I have listened through it many times, I don't seem to get tired of it. Clancy was a masterful writer.
Natety Natety
This book takes Jack Ryan from being a stock broker again after his CIA days to being the President’s National Security advisor. Mary Pat and Ed Foley are now in DC as co-DDOs at CIA. THE Japanese place a bug in the trading software of the US trading industry WHILE PLANNING TO SIEZE US territory. This is another fantastic read in the Jack Ryan series.