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Command Authority by Tom Clancy
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it was amazing

Greaney Commands Authority on Storytelling

I loved every minute of Greaney's Campus Novel as a fan of the past characters and a lover of reading. The point I make of "reading" is that this is a story teller's book. One can tell that the author did extensive research across global military and intelligence entities, organized crime, geographic setting, business intelligence and banking, and combatives. Any one of these topics would be a handful, but Greaney executes like an artisan crafting these worlds together with an interesting mystery that sews the elements together.

Readers who only want a fast-paced light read with high body count may struggle slightly with the non-linear story line, if they just want a Dick and Jane shoot 'em up. For avid readers wishing to dig in and become immersed in a book with espionage, political intrigue, conspiracy, assassination, and Classic Clancy military firepower, Greaney has delivered it.

I close saying thank you, Mark for spending so much effort on subtleties than many will miss, but that others will recognize as spot-on authenticity. You are a craftsman.
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Reading Progress

December 22, 2013 – Shelved
December 22, 2013 – Shelved as: to-read
July 24, 2014 – Started Reading
August 2, 2014 – Finished Reading

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