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Against its enemies These are uestions Jack Ryan must answer because someone has uietly stepped over the lineDoes anyone know who the real enemy is How much action is too much Which lines have be. Good book about clandestine operations and some also good details about South American intrigue Clancy also does a good job describing action scenes and putting together plausible while still entertaining scenarios Compared to the book the movie was stupid Well researched Le chocolat qui me fait craquer lineDoes anyone know who the real enemy is How much action is too much Which Chocolat lines have be. Good book about clandestine operations and some also good details about South American intrigue Clancy also does a good job describing action scenes and putting together plausible while still entertaining scenarios Compared to the book the movie was stupid Well researched

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En crossed Ryan and his dark side a shadowy field officer known only as Mr Clark are charged with finding out They expect danger from without but the danger from within may be the greatest of all. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ME I FINISHED ITNext time someone tell me to just watch the movie For the Pop Sugar Challenge this was a book you started but never finished

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Colombian drug lords bored with Uncle Sam's hectoring assassinate the head of the FBI The message is clear Bug offAt what point do these druggies threaten national security When can a nation act. Clear and Present Danger Jack Ryan #5 Tom ClancyClear and Present Danger is a political thriller novel written by Tom Clancy and published on August 17 1989 A seuel to The Cardinal of the Kremlin 1988 main character Jack Ryan becomes acting Deputy Director of Intelligence in the Central Intelligence Agency and discovers that he is being kept in the dark by his colleagues who are conducting a covert war against a drug cartel based in Colombiaتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز شانیدهم ماه نوامبر سال 2002 میلادیعنوان خ‍طر آش‍ک‍ار؛ نویسنده ت‍ام‌ ک‍ل‍ن‍س‍ی‌؛ ب‍رگ‍ردان‌ م‍ح‍م‍د ق‍ص‍اع‌؛ ت‍ه‍ران‌ پ‍ی‍ک‍ان‌‏‫، 1380؛ در دو جلد؛ جلد اول در 442 ص؛ جلد دوم در 520 ص؛ شابک جلد اول 9643281345؛ شابک جلد دوم 9643281333؛ موضوع داستنهای نویسندگان ایالات متحده آمریکا سده 20 مشخصیت اصلی داستان «جک رایان» است، که به عنوان معاون اطلاعات، در آژانس اطلاعات مرکزی انجام وظیفه میکند، درمییابد، که وی توسط همکارانش، که در حال انجام جنگ مخفیانه، علیه کارتل مواد مخدر مستقر در کلمبیا هستند، به دور از داده ها و ماجراها و رخدادها نگاه داشته میشود، اما او ؛ کلنسی در سال 1984 میلادی، نخستین رمان خود را با عنوان «شکار اکتبر سرخ» نوشتند؛ سپس دومین اثر ایشان با عنوان «آغاز طوفان سرخ» منتشر شد؛ ایشان همچنین کتاب‌هایی غیرداستانی، درباره ی جنگ‌افزارها، و طرح‌های نظامی نوشته‌ است، که آن آثار نیز مورد توجه قرار گرفته‌ اند موفقیت‌های ایشان در حرفه‌ ی نوسیندگی به حدی بود، که مجوز رفت‌ و آمد به مراکز نظامی، و دسترسی به برخی اطلاعات محرمانه ی مرتبط با فناوری‌های نظامی، از سوی مقامات ارشد نظامی ایالات متحده، به ایشان داده شد «کلنسی» خود را تأثیر پذیرفته از «فردریک فورسایت» می‌داند «تام کلنسی» سرانجام در روز دوم ماه اکتبر سال 2013 میلادی، در بیمارستان بالتیمور از این سرای درگذشتند ا شربیانی Cuisiner avec de la pâte à tartiner maison c’est simplissime lords bored with Uncle Sam's hectoring assassinate the head of the FBI The message is clear Bug offAt what point do these druggies threaten national security When can a nation act. Clear and Present Danger Jack Ryan #5 Tom ClancyClear and Present Danger is a political thriller novel written by Tom Clancy and published on August 17 1989 A seuel to The Cardinal of the Kremlin 1988 main character Jack Ryan becomes acting Deputy Director of Intelligence in the Central Intelligence Agency and discovers that he is being kept in the dark by his colleagues who are conducting a covert war against a drug cartel based in Colombiaتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز شانیدهم ماه نوامبر سال 2002 میلادیعنوان خ‍طر آش‍ک‍ار؛ نویسنده ت‍ام‌ ک‍ل‍ن‍س‍ی‌؛ ب‍رگ‍ردان‌ م‍ح‍م‍د ق‍ص‍اع‌؛ ت‍ه‍ران‌ پ‍ی‍ک‍ان‌‏‫، 1380؛ در دو جلد؛ جلد اول در 442 ص؛ جلد دوم در 520 ص؛ شابک جلد اول 9643281345؛ شابک جلد دوم 9643281333؛ موضوع داستنهای نویسندگان ایالات متحده آمریکا سده 20 مشخصیت اصلی داستان «جک رایان» است، که به عنوان معاون اطلاعات، در آژانس اطلاعات مرکزی انجام وظیفه میکند، درمییابد، که وی توسط همکارانش، که در حال انجام جنگ مخفیانه، علیه کارتل مواد مخدر مستقر در کلمبیا هستند، به دور از داده ها و ماجراها و رخدادها نگاه داشته میشود، اما او ؛ کلنسی در سال 1984 میلادی، نخستین رمان خود را با عنوان «شکار اکتبر سرخ» نوشتند؛ سپس دومین اثر ایشان با عنوان «آغاز طوفان سرخ» منتشر شد؛ ایشان همچنین کتاب‌هایی غیرداستانی، درباره ی جنگ‌افزارها، و طرح‌های نظامی نوشته‌ است، که آن آثار نیز مورد توجه قرار گرفته‌ اند موفقیت‌های ایشان در حرفه‌ ی نوسیندگی به حدی بود، که مجوز رفت‌ و آمد به مراکز نظامی، و دسترسی به برخی اطلاعات محرمانه ی مرتبط با فناوری‌های نظامی، از سوی مقامات ارشد نظامی ایالات متحده، به ایشان داده شد «کلنسی» خود را تأثیر پذیرفته از «فردریک فورسایت» می‌داند «تام کلنسی» سرانجام در روز دوم ماه اکتبر سال 2013 میلادی، در بیمارستان بالتیمور از این سرای درگذشتند ا شربیانی


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  1. says:

    Clear and Present Danger Jack Ryan #5 Tom ClancyClear and Present Danger is a political thriller novel written by Tom Clancy and published on August 17 1989 A seuel to The Cardinal of the Kremlin 1988 main character Jack Ryan becomes acting Deputy Director of Intelligence in the Central Intelligence Agency and discovers that he is being kept in the dark by his colleagues who are conducting a covert war against a drug cartel based in Colombiaتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز شانیدهم ماه نوامبر سال 2002 میلادیعنوان خ‍طر آش‍ک‍ار؛ نویسنده ت‍ام‌ ک‍ل‍ن‍س‍ی‌؛ ب‍رگ‍ردان‌ م‍ح‍م‍د ق‍ص‍اع‌؛ ت‍ه‍ران‌ پ‍ی‍ک‍ان‌‏‫، 1380؛ در دو جلد؛ جلد اول در 442 ص؛ جلد دوم در 520 ص؛ شابک جلد اول 9643281345؛ شابک جلد دوم 9643281333؛ موضوع داستنهای نویسندگان ایالات متحده آمریکا سده 20 مشخصیت اصلی داستان «جک رایان» است، که به عنوان معاون اطلاعات، در آژانس اطلاعات مرکزی انجام وظیفه میکند، درمییابد، که وی توسط همکارانش، که در حال انجام جنگ مخفیانه، علیه کارتل مواد مخدر مستقر در کلمبیا هستند، به دور از داده ها و ماجراها و رخدادها نگاه داشته میشود، اما او ؛ کلنسی در سال 1984 میلادی، نخستین رمان خود را با عنوان «شکار اکتبر سرخ» نوشتند؛ سپس دومین اثر ایشان با عنوان «آغاز طوفان سرخ» منتشر شد؛ ایشان همچنین کتاب‌هایی غیرداستانی، درباره ی جنگ‌افزارها، و طرح‌های نظامی نوشته‌ است، که آن آثار نیز مورد توجه قرار گرفته‌ اند موفقیت‌های ایشان در حرفه‌ ی نوسیندگی به حدی بود، که مجوز رفت‌ و آمد به مراکز نظامی، و دسترسی به برخی اطلاعات محرمانه ی مرتبط با فناوری‌های نظامی، از سوی مقامات ارشد نظامی ایالات متحده، به ایشان داده شد «کلنسی» خود را تأثیر پذیرفته از «فردریک فورسایت» می‌داند «تام کلنسی» سرانجام در روز دوم ماه اکتبر سال 2013 میلادی، در بیمارستان بالتیمور از این سرای درگذشتند ا شربیانی


  2. says:

    There was a clear and present danger that I wasn't going to finish thisI don't watch soap operas I used to I'd get home and General Hospital would be on Mom was heavily invested in the Luke Laura saga so I got stuck with it Conseuently I know a soap opera when I see one and Clear and Present Danger is a soap opera How so? It jumps from character to character from scene to scene Some of it's nearly as melodramatic as a soap but I won't go that far in my analogy Mainly the issue is in the episodic nature of the storytelling The scenes are big time ADHD in how they flitter back and forth This has an adverse affect on character development In fact it seems as if Clancy attempts to counter this with info dumps Often he introduces a brand new character who may not even be particularly important with a mountainous info dump This is Joe Schmoe Joe was born in Eastbumfu IL went to school at and a minute later Mr Schmoe is dead I know it's a writer's attempt to instill an instant reader connection to the character so that his death means something but it doesn't work for me I don't give a shit if a thousand such Joe Schmoes die at the hands of the baddest of bad guys Nice try but perhaps the issue is that you're trying to pack too much stuff into an already chunky book Emotional bonds take time to develop Okay I've been too nasty those far Let's look at Clancy's good pointsAction is his strong suit He puts you right in it Whether it's firing a gun from a helicopter or stalking an enemy in the jungle you're in the shit with the characters However if you were to debate that his strongest point is his research and application of military technical details within his books I would concede Guns ships helicopters military rank and decorum wartime politics spy craft covert missions etc etc etc phew eee This book grunts and oozes the stuff I can see how military buffs special ops fanatics and gun nuts would go gah gah over a book like this We've all got our little fetishes and Clancy provides the porn for violent techies Before you start calling me a liberal hippy pussy tree hugger or any of that shit just shut the fuck up I've owned guns since I was a kid I just don't get a woody over firearms any I shot that load when I was pre teen and moved on But I guess if reading a Clancy novel satisfies the sort of person that gets off on that shit and it helps them get it out of their system well then I'm glad these books exist Okay back to the nastyWhere the F is Jack Ryan? He's barely mentioned in the first half of the book and then when he does show up it's only to look around and ask what's going on? And that is really his only purpose in the book and it's purposeless Sure the main character fumbling about trying to figure out what's going on works great for murder mysteries but that's because we the reader also don't know what's going on We're finding out the truth with them But here we already know what's going on because that's what's being related in the main story That's the interesting part Every time Clancy cuts to Jack the book bogs right down into a full on snorefest Like I said at the top I almost didn't finish this After about the midway point the whole freakin' thing turned into one of those snorefests for me The writing was only adeuate the storytelling too jumpy the spot lighted details not my cup of tea Perhaps if I spiked my tea with testosterone? Nah I'd only end up inadvertently ripping the book in half out of sheer excitement Rating 25 stars I generously gave it three stars only because I'm in a good mood and GR's rating system is ridged Note upon the author's deathSeems like it's becoming a thing where if an author's book sits on my nightstand waiting to be read for than a couple weeks the author is doomed to die Yikes


  3. says:

    Just re watched the movie last night and I thought about the book While Han Solo did pull off uite a few of Clancy's movies with great flair back in the early 90s Clear and Present Danger notwithstanding the book is still better Mostly because it portrays Clark and Chavez in a profound emotional light than they are shown onscreen As a techno thriller it's relatively low on materiel details but the action is still solid It's also a beginning of The Fellowship of the Oval Ring get it get it and we see the trio Ryan included in several books later onOverall it's a decent read so if you are into dramatized Gung ho books that mix politics with action with honest Republican values with a simple carefree approach to resolving world troubles through luck and Chucknorrisness and heavy caliber guns then this is pretty good entertainment Don't expect tears or any soulwrenching chapters thoughNow can we limerick Clancy? Yes we canAnything can be limerickized It's Rule 34d of the InternetWhen Chavez and Clark to Bogota flewThe ire of drug lords they drewWith the company's checkRyan saved their neckAnd so they became a damn good crewRegardsomely yoursIgor


  4. says:

    Good book about clandestine operations and some also good details about South American intrigue Clancy also does a good job describing action scenes and putting together plausible while still entertaining scenarios Compared to the book the movie was stupid Well researched


  5. says:

    A Jack Ryan in which we see uite little of Jack Ryan It's about the US war on Colombian drugs and it's uite long And honestly that's about all I can remember about this particular one Because this was one that I did not re read and I'm guessing that also says something As a recommendation to anyone who hasn't and wants to experience the Jack Ryan series I'd say stop at book 8 For the non completist I would say read The Hunt for Red October The Cardinal of the Kremlin The Sum of All Fears


  6. says:

    40 to 45 stars Excellent Tom Clancy novel in which Jack Ryan and the Mr Clark take on the Columbian drug cartels This was a terrific read from beginning to end and confirmed by opinion of Tom Clancy as a master of the political thriller


  7. says:

    This is the last Tom Clancy novel I absolutely loved With this one I felt like he was at peak performance generating a focused plausible storyline that could stand on its own rather than just being an installment in an increasingly outlandish saga Clear and Present Danger is a grand techno thriller and a fine outing for Jack Ryan Clancy’s all American CIA analyst turned reluctant field operative The story is lengthy but moves at a brisk pace There are a great mix of supporting characters settings and plot developments As I said above this was the last Clancy novel I completely enjoyed After this one he felt to me like he started trying to outdo himself I lost interest after Executive Orders


  8. says:

    MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ME I FINISHED ITNext time someone tell me to just watch the movie For the Pop Sugar Challenge this was a book you started but never finished


  9. says:

    Well like 4 12 stars but I'm being generous because this is my favorite of Tom Clancy's novels I'm not a big fan of Dad Fiction in general but it's hard to deny the influence of the father of technothrillers in the modern day He's a guy who also was a master of marketing and created directly or indirectly some of my favorite franchises like Rainbow Six Ghost Recon and Splinter Cell Mind you his contributions were mostly an ethos but they had a massive effect and I intend to read all of his novels somedayCLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER is notable for the fact it's a prediction of what turned into reality Written in 1989 it was written when Pablo Escobar was an infamous drug lord but before he became an infamous narco terrorist It was also well before the United States would under Bill Clinton reinforce the Columbian military with massive amounts of money as well as euipment to fight the drug cartels protected by FARC In short turning the War on Drugs into a literal war It would also predict the fact corrupt ? officials in the United States would ally with shady individuals to combat these drug lords while said individuals were taking over the drug trade themselvesThe premise is the President of the United States unnamed but implied to be George HW Bush has decided to send US Special Forces into Columbia to directly fight against the cartels Ironically it's due to a bunch of overzealous Coast Guard officials that the FBI manages to deal a much bigger blow to the cartels by confiscating half a billion dollars of their money This results in Ernesto Escobedo a stand in for Pablo and his Cuban intelligence officer ally Felix Cortez conducting a terrorist attack against the United States The Director of the FBI is killed and the initial plan to damage the cartels is drastically increased before it becomes public and the President pulls the plug Pulling the plug ends up stranding a bunch of US Special Forces behind enemy lines though and it's up to Jack Ryan to extract themThis is a surprisingly nuanced book by Tom and well before his stories became ridiculous jingoistic gung ho propaganda for the American Right Despite Without Remorse depicting drug dealers as just shy of subhuman this book generally depicts the War on Drugs as an ambiguous conflict While its leaders are evil and they employ some vile people it's shown the average Columbian involved in the drug trade is no worse than anyone else The attempt to combat the cartels with military force is also portrayed as ludicrous for a variety of reasons In the novel for example one of the Special Forces operators points out blowing up a few processing plants will not put a dent in cartel operations while another instance has collateral damage they think is excessive for what amounts to criminal activityIn real life the War on Drugs has killed tens of thousands of people while doing almost nothing to actually reduce the amount of cocaine or other stimulants available to Americans Many of the points made by Tom Clancy's fictional characters are spot on and predict terrible real life errors in judgement Tom is no bleeding heart but the fact he's a Right Wing conservative makes the ambivalence of the book to the conflict all the interesting It's one of the rare Tom Clancy books which imply there's no easy solution or magic bullet At one point Felix Cortez bluntly states America will never solve its drug problem because people want drugs so it's paying money against itselfThe book feels a bit naive in the post 911 world as the President authorizing a military incursion into an allies' territory is treated as a shocking overexertion of his authority Not necessarily illegal let alone an impeachable offense but morally wrong This is now a day when the power of the Executive to order drone strikes Special Ops missions and operate with impunity on allies soil is taken for granted A major theme of the book is the difference between as John Clark would say ing Armchair Military like Admiral Cutter and the individuals on the ground who have to implement their orders Tom's usual assortment of good upstanding men are on display with all of them reading like Lawful Good paladins You know except when they go off script to do something shocking like hiring two hitmen to eliminate rapists in prison Special Forces operative John Clark plays a much bigger role in this book than Jack Ryan who is mostly irrelevant until the end of the book John is a bit of a crazy character as he's an ex Punisher style vigilante recruited by the CIA but the book portrays his backstory with a calm reasonableness Sort of like hey yeah he killed like a hundred gangsters once but he's cool nowThe book's best character is Felix Cortez ostensibly the book's antagonist but arguably an anti villain Yes he's a would be drug lord but he's a charming and engaging character throughout Felix just wants to be a billionaire and would happily help the United States out with the War on Drugs if they'd just let him do his business uietly The fact he seduces and drives to attempted suicide a character shows his actions have conseuences Even so I actually felt bad for him at the endMy favorite subplot of the book is Domingo Ding Chavez's walking narration of how he feels about going from a kid from an LA ghetto to someone fighting drug lords in Columbia He's nuanced than your typical middle aged white Clancy protagonist and gives a boots on the ground view of the operations being conducted At one point he accidentally kills an innocent worker and has to deal with the fact that sort of thing will happen in combat Cortez and he never meet but are or less complete opposites in their worldview and causes My second favorite plot is the tragic tale of Moira Wolfson who Cortez runs a honey pot operation on that gets the director of the FBI killed Her story is treated as a romance right up until Cortez utterly rips her life to shreds If you're ever going to read one of Tom Clancy's books I'd argue this is probably the best one It's relevant to the conflict currently wrecking much of South America and Central America While the characters can be a little broad at times there's enough big personalities and interesting subplots to keep the story entertaining for a thousand pages It's also fascinating to see how a work of fiction can show how things go utterly off the rails in a government operation and how tragically an author saw all of the potential pitfalls that the real US government fell into910


  10. says:

    I read this book after I saw the movie with Harrison FordThe President of the United States finds himself between a rock and a hard place A prominent businessman and his family connected to him have been found murdered Turns out they are victims of the drug cartels With things getting out of hand he wants something done but politics and red tape prevent him from doing so With the help of his security advisor they devise a plan of using armed troops to take on the cartels in the heart of South American jungles But is this legal?Jack Ryan is a CIA Analyst who finds himself caught in the middle as he watches the FBI chief get himself killed along with a score of agents while trying to negotiate with Columbian officials over how to deal with the cartelsMeanwhile someone in the cartel plots to takeover the entire organization by having them fight each other With American troops blowing up secret cartel sites in the jungle people getting killed in the streets and the President screaming for an end to this crisis Jack finds himself in the crosshairs of the most dangerous situation imaginableI was glad the movie followed the book Clancy was known for his detail although most of his other books I chose not to read because they were simply too long I certainly appreciate the research he did for this book Action thriller fans will not be disappointed The book is better than the movie which is how it should be and that's saying a lot considering the movie was top class