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Debt of Honor by Tom Clancy
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May 09, 2011

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Read from April 16 to May 09, 2011

Debt of Honor is basically about what happens when the Americans mess with the Japanese. Our main character, Jack Ryan, has been called in as the National Security Advisor and must deal with all the problems that take place over the course of the book.

Ryan was a pretty boring character (at least for me, though this is the only Jack Ryan book I've read)and though he always knew what to do, he really had to flaws and was pretty flat. It seemed like Clancy just wanted to show off his favorite character too much (when he was focused on him, anyway).

The writing itself of this story was decent, but wasn't particularly focused on the plot and Clancy changed point-of-views constantly(his record was five times on one page in this book), which is pretty ridiculous when he obviously had a lot of things to say.

Overall, I liked the ideas that Clancy had and the intricate details but it felt like someone just needed to shot "get to the point already!"or something.
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