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Shadow Watch (Tom Clancy's Power Plays #3)

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The year is 2001, and American businessman Roger Gordian has extended his reach into space. His company has become the principal contractor in the design and manufacture of Orion, a multinational space station. But the launch of a shuttle carrying parts for the station is sabotaged. Mysterious guerrilla attacks occur at the manufacturing facilities in Brazil and Kazakhstan...more
Mass Market Paperback, 368 pages
Published December 2nd 1999 by Penguin Books Ltd (first published November 1st 1999)
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* "Shadow watch" (Power Plays 3) was created by Tom Clancy and Martin Greenberg, no writers attributed until Jerome Preisler by book 8. The farther from original Tom Clancy thrillers the worse. This series is about an American space spy-military agency. Annie, cancer widow, sees spacecraft explode just before launch, killing a favorite astronaut school buddy. Six plus pages nightmares with both dead men interchanging, boring. The agency asks her to lead the investigation. Evil Devane commands me...more
Kate Millin
I hadn't realised this was in a series called Power Plays - but it is still readable as a one off.

It is 2001 and American business man Roger Gordian has extended his reach into space. But the launch if a shuttle carrying parts for the Orion space station he is the the principal contractor for is sabotaged. The Orion project has been targeted by an international terrorist whose criminal enterprises thrive on violence and political instability.

The book as a lot of exciting action and interesting...more
From Florida to Kazakhstan to Brazil unexpected, unprecedented chaos is reigning. Harlan DeVane loves discord, or is that 'loves to disrupt order.' Determined to cripple Roger Gordian's efforts toward a multinational space station he puts strong men's minds as well as bodies to the ultimate challenge.
Exciting. Constantly keeps you guessing what's next. Totally enjoyable and action packed.
Weak and derivative, I'm pretty sure this has Tom Clancy's name on it but it was penned by a ghost writer and the TC label was just slapped on the cover.
A very boring book packed with technical jargon and not enough character development or plot.
too much information about weapons and too many alike characters
Nov 13, 2007 Mike marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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A B-day present that I haven't got to in a long time
It started off good but just got boring.
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boring...didn't even finish it...
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Tom Clancy was an English major at Baltimore’s Loyola College. As a Maryland insurance broker with a passion for naval history, his dream of writing a novel came true with his first effort, The Hunt for Red October (1984).

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