12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
After reading many Tom Clancy books in the 90's and being gripped, it was something of a disappointment to be squeezed much like a pensioner tiger rather than a tiger with teeth. I had to restart the book twice and expectations for another great book started to dwindle when the story didn't really get going until the last 3 chapters. Imagine my disappointment on the last page when it looks as though this has been written with a sequel in mind, as the story has been left as open as a tigers mouth with sedatives in it.
Going to stick to Stephen Coonts, he writes like Tom Clancy did before Clancy got all his money. Lame, attempt, could do better