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    Great Read

    A great book. A book you can’t put down. The plot is tight and action packed. I loved it.
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    Overall OK

    Alright overall but more of a travel brochure than a Clancy novel with little action and almost no technology, which were hallmarks of Clancy novels. If the series is going to be a story of Jack's love life it is going to have to change genres.
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    Line of sight

    Not a Tom Clancy book. Jack did not have twin sibling. this was more of a history, romance and food book staring a inept spy. first time I was disappointed in a Jack Ryan book.
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    Line of Sight

    I have read all of Tom Clancy’s books, about the Ryan clan and friends. I have also read Mark Greaney and Mike Maden’s surrogate writing. I absolutely love Maden’s Drone series. This book however reads like a historical travelogue, interesting for that, but not bracing. Jack Jr, knowing that his head is the target, nevertheless wanders for days, love struck. No one knows he’s the son of the President? It seems like he should have been out of Dodge five days earlier, but the history of this area needed to be served. Just sayin’, cause I love these writers..
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    Intriguing

    It was a hard book to get into at first but if you keep going it is very captivating. I did find it very technical in a military/political way. Not bad, I'd recommend it.
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