War of Eagles (Tom Clancy's Op-Center, #12)
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War of Eagles (Tom Clancy's Op-Center #12)

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The explosion of a Chinese freighter in Charleston Harbor is the first sign that someone is capping Chinese interests abroad. Now under the control of the Pentagon, Op-Center is unsure of its own future-but must root out the cause of the attacks before the entire world is affected.
Mass Market Paperback, 416 pages
Published June 7th 2005 by Berkley (first published June 5th 2005)
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Franklin Cigoy
PROS: the book was good, it keeped me interested. The main charector ( Paul Hood) prevented a missile from going off. He also found out who was behind a bombing in south caralina, it was the chinease. He helped his frined who was fired for doing the right thing.

CONS: i felt the plot was stretched out and it was jumped from perspective from perspective. It was too long of a book for its plot

All in all, i do recomend this book to anyone who likes tom clancy novals
Intermittently he inserts non-fictional snippets about events in our military pasttime. I enjoyed those. Otherwise, standard issue military action novel based on a fictional National Securities branch of the government. They are tasked to prevent an international crisis between Thailand and China that, of course, would draw the US into warfare.
war of eagles didnt prove to be one of tom clancys best books, i thought it lacked the action that i started to expect after reading the other books such as clear and present danger, and red strom rising, or even balance of power. the book had more political aspects and less of the military action.
Daniel Shields
Slow starting and hard to get into... This book sat on my desk at work for a very very long time, with me often looking for more work to do, than to finish this one.
Joyce McKune
Was tough to get started but once into it I loved it. Another series that is best read in order because references are made to previous "episodes"!
Jason Reist
much better than the last one in the series. I hope another book gets written to tie up the series it seems like there are too many loose ends.
listened to on holiday in Oregon. It was very manly yet strangely engaging. Typical Clancy though - very formulaic.
This was a very mediocre book, with an unimaginative plot and little character development
Listen to the audio version. Pretty good book, maybe a little slow.
Not bad action adventure. Well-written and amusing. =)
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From www.loc.gov: Best-selling author Tom Clancy was an English major at Baltimore’s Loyola College and he had a dream of writing a novel. As a Maryland insurance broker with a passion for naval history, his dream came true with his first effort, The Hunt for Red October (1984). He has since written more than a dozen novels, which have a blend of realism and authenticity, intricate plotting, and r...more
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