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Against All Enemies is a spy thriller novel, written by Tom Clancy and co-authored with Peter Telep, and published on June 14, 2011.

Against All Enemies is a spy thriller novel, written by Tom Clancy and co-authored with Peter Telep, and published on June 14, 2011. While it is set in the Ryanverse, it features a new character, ex-Navy SEAL and CIA paramilitary operations officer Max Moore, as he is tasked by a government joint task force to bring down a Mexican drug cartel and prevent Taliban terrorists from carrying out attacks in the United States. The book debuted at number one on the New York Times bestseller list.

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Against All Enemies has been added to your Cart A real page tuner, a gripping thriller that is a mix of spy, techno and military fiction.

Against All Enemies has been added to your Cart. Tom Clancy has written seventeen New York Times bestselling novels, all published by G. P. Putnam's Sons and Berkley Books in the . A real page tuner, a gripping thriller that is a mix of spy, techno and military fiction.

Tom Clancy, with Peter Telep. The unabridged book on CD released in 2011 was read by Steven Weber. Richard Hasselberger. A brief crossover occurs near the end of the book when Dominic Caruso (who first appeared in Clancy's The Teeth of the Tiger) attempts to recruit Max Moore for an unnamed agency which may be The Campus. The continuity is further cemented in Full Force and Effect, where the son (and heir) of a cartel leader killed during Moore's activities cooperates in an attempt on the life of President Jack Ryan.

Against All Enemies - Tom Clancy. In a story that races from the remote, war-scarred landscapes of the Middle East to the blood-soaked chaos of the . Published: Jun-2011 (Hardcover) Feb-2012 (Paperback).

The Hunt for Red October. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the authors’ imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, businesses, companies, events, or locales is entirely coincidental. While the authors have made every effort to provide accurate telephone numbers and Internet addresses at the time of publication, neither the publisher nor the authors assume any responsibility for errors, or for changes that occur after publication.

AGAINST ALL ENEMIES is Tom Clancy's first major fiction release to be written with the help of a co-author, Peter Telep. While authors like James Patterson use a coauthor all the time and turn out the same type of story, I could really tell a difference in this book compared to other Clancy novels. This novel seemed to devote a lot more time to the depth and emotional side of the characters, which was good

On a routine intelligence gathering mission in Tehran, Jack Ryan, J. has lunch with his oldest friend, Seth Gregory, an engineer overseeing a transcontinental railway project. As they part, Seth slips Jack a key, along with a perplexing message. Examining the complexities of war in the gulf region, and looking in detail at the experiences of the first Gulf War, this volume provides in-depth explanation of the challenges of the region and how today's forces and hardware can face its challenges. History & Fiction.

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Tom Clancy was the author of eighteen New York Times-bestselling novels. Clancy was the undisputed master at blending exceptional realism and authenticity, intricate plotting, and razor-sharp suspense. He passed away in October 2013.

For years, ex-Navy SEAL Maxwell Moore has worked across the Middle East and behind the scenes for the Special Activities Division of the CIA, making connections, extracting valuable intelligence, and facing off against America's enemies at every turn. When Moore arrives at a rendezvous to take charge of a high-ranking Taliban captive, the meeting takes a horrific turn.
Initially the reviews I read caused me to not to be very interested in "Against all Enemies." But after reading all the currently available Jack Ryan/Jack Jr./John Clark/Campus books I was hungry enough for some more Clancy world to read it. I actually liked it more than I expected. The brief tie in with Dominic Caruso at the very end was intriguing. After all isn't the Campus in need of some additional personnel at this point? Liked the HUMAN aspects: guilt, regret, lust, etc. that are too often missing from the Campus series. Anything Navy SEAL-related always interests me. Liked the Mexico aspects, especially considering the current charged political issues with the border. To me this is classic Tom Clancy to work a story around real-world dangers and possibilities.
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As many of the other reviews point out, it is very clear in just the early pages that this is just another book that Tom Clancy has lent his name to. The quality of writing and meticulous attention to the details are woefully absent, and what is left is just an average mass market thriller.

That said, once I got over the fact that it definitely wasn't a Tom Clancy novel and adjusted my expectations, I did find myself at least mildly entertained. Overlooking the flaws in the details and the disjointed jumping between characters and time periods, the overall story of the book wasn't horrible.

I think the biggest flaw (besides the Tom Clancy name on it) is that it was a hardcover book (with hardcover price). If this had been just a random mass-market paperback I picked up at a bookstore, I wouldn't really have any complaints. Unfortunately, it wasn't.

In closing, to equate it to a movie, this wasn't by any means an Oscar Award winning film, but it was better than the monster movie of the month thrown together by SyFy.
If you are looking for a Jack Ryan action thriller, this isn't it. However, it is very entertaining and you don't want to put it down. It is somewhat disjointed until all the characters are introduced and developed. It was a good thriller especially when the action centered on the Mexican drug cartels. Seeing how the different government agencies could work together to bring down the cartels if they put their egos aside, and regular people acting like Americans for a change, made the ending exciting and fun to read. I read it twice and was able to put all the characters in perspective. So much activity and so many characters so the second reading made in that much more enjoyable.
Unlike many of the other reviewers. I already knew that this was only a Clancy novel by name. The author is actually on the cover. The book itself is still good. As with many other Clancy books they start out a little slow while introducing you to the characters and their back stories at it slowly advances through the main story. Once you hit the climax you just want to keep reading. The action is very well described and keeps the pages turning.
Even though I enjoyed reading this book, I never would have bought it if I had known that it wasn't really a campus book. I don't like being lied to. I will be much more careful with my purchases when it comes to these so called Campus or related books.
I don't normally review books. I'm far from a literary critic. But there were a few things I didn't like about this book.

Tom Clancy introduces a new protagonist for this novel but his character isn't as believable as others like Jack Ryan or John Clark. The narrative makes it sound less like he has a troubled past and more like he just really needs therapy for his PTSD. The narrative also doesn't read like Clancy's normal style of writing. It didn't flow as well and the sentence structure was often awkward and forced. I often had to reread paragraphs to discern what the author was trying to convey.
I am a real Tom Clancy fan, usually. I finished this book, but didn't really like it much. While it could be argued that the subject matter necessarily made it violent and vulgar (durg cartels and terrorists), I found it disappointing. Clancy usually writes with more class than this. His lead man, Moore, was a pretty unstable ex-Navy SEAL. I did not find him very convincing. The bad guys were expectedly cruel, foul mouthed, and pitiless. HMMM.
For a patholocically focused protagonist and heartless bad guys, I preferred Without Remorse. By Far.
Fast paced and detail rich.
Somewhat small-sighted in that it doesn't show much insight as to participation of larger American figures and complicity of organized U.S. crime or government figures and policy as previous Clancy stories were known to do.
Against All Enemies (Playaway Adult Fiction) ebook
Steven Weber,Tom Clancy
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