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It was - thank God - a work of fiction, but it felt like it came right out... Actual rating is 3. 5 stars. One of the aspects I like about a Tom Clancy novel is that it is fiction but it seems so realistic. And this could be frightful considering the subjects he writes about. This is true about this book. In this book, the Taliban want to enter the United States. They go to the drug cartels in Mexico and ask for their help in using their drug routes. Like I said this book has some scary scenes and I hope it never happens. The culmination of the Taliban's plan was riveting... finished this one this morning, 4 jul 17, good story, 4-stars. This is a Tom Clancy book. If you've ever read another, you can probably stop reading this review. If you like Tom Clancy books, you'll like this one. If you don't like Tom Clancy books, what's wrong with you? In Against All Enemies, Clancy and his co-author, Peter Telep, imagine the chaos and terror that could befall the United States if the Taliban and a Mexican drug cartel got together and decided to cooperate with one another. Without giving too much away, it won't surprise you to know that... I just finished “Against All Enemies” by Tom Clancy with Peter Telep. I had read some of the reviews when it first came out that said it was not Clancy and didn't stack up with his earlier works, but I wanted to read it anyway and was happy to get it as a gift for Father's Day. I quickly worked it into my reading and I enjoyed the read. First, it has been a long time since I've read anything by Clancy. I picked up “Dead or Alive” six months ago when it came out, but have not worked it into my... A very well-constructed story with a new protagonist built on familiar themes from the master of espionage thrillers, along with a co-author. Tom Clancy and Peter Telep put a new spin on the world of counter-terrorism in this book by introducing a new character, Max Moore, to lead the charge. Clancy's most famous lead is usually Jack Ryan, known from so many of Clancy's books and subsequent movies, played by the likes of Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford of course, Ben Affleck, and soon, Chris Pine... I normally don't write reviews for books on here, but I felt like for this one I needed to. I was about a quarter of the way through this book when I sensed something was wrong, something just didn't seem right. The story is confusing and disjointed. It was at this point I noticed the book was written by a co-author, which I had not noticed before, and things started to click into place. I came on here and read the other reviews and was not very encouraged that it was going to get any better. I... “Against All Enemies” by Tom Clancy with Peter Telep, published by G. P. Putnams Sons. Category – Mystery/Thriller BIG BOOK - BIG STORY - BIG ACTION “Against All Enemies” is quite different from all the other books written by Tom Clancy, in fact, this may be his best effort to date. The reader is introduced to a new character and a plot that is not only up to date but could very easily be in place today. Personally, I hope al-Qaeda, the Taliban, and the drug cartels do not read this book. Maxwell... I always enjoy a Tom Clancy novel. I enjoyed the new Max Moore character and the history behind him. I'm glad they used a whole book to introduce you into a new and complex character, haunted by his past, yet so aware of his purpose in life. His was an emotional journey, affected by those he only new for a matter of minutes or days. I believe he can be a critical character in future novels. That being said, the book was not Clancy at his best. It lacked a certain element and depth that the... In Against All Enemies, CIA operative and former Navy SEAL Max Moore is fighting a battle on two fronts. It starts off with him combatting the Taleban in Pakistan. It then transitions to the drug wars in Mexico, where Moore and a team are trying to take down the biggest drug cartel in the world. These two fights are related since the terrorists are supplying the drugs to the cartel to fund their Jihad operations. The cartel has a long reach, and the leader of the cartel is a very powerful... I appreciate the return to a "more traditional" Clancy, however, he still seems to have continued to back off the more extensive technical and scientific descriptions of weapons and other systems that originally (that is - throughout some of his earlier works) really lent non-fictional credibility to his fictional stories. (Think here all the way back to The Hunt for Red October and some of the technology and capabilities analyses available on submarines and undersea warfare. I realize that... This book was subpar for Clancy. Its as though he needed some money to pay bills and dashed the book off over a weekend. It thought the double plot was ill-conceived and implausible (although many might argue that all of his books are implausible. His gratuitous use of profanity in this book was offensive to me. The great English authors of the 19th century also dealt with subject matter which was, no doubt, fraught with gutter talk. Yet, it did not spill into their books and they produced some... When I started this book, I anticipated a read similar to Clancy's great (in my opinion) CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER. Unfortunately, this was not to be. This was a long book and an ambitious, perhaps too ambitious project. Clancy tries to tell several different stories about several different people in one novel, and in doing so introduces so many characters that one has a difficult time keeping track of them. He uses a plethora of acronyms, infinite detail of weapons, communication devices, and... It's a good thing Tom Clancy took his little sabbatical from writing his usual full length novels. He needed the break. This one was good. Not quite as good as his early Jack Ryan novels, but better than the latter Ryan novels. And his prescience is back, too. There were a couple of scenes that were chilling in light of current events. I will never forget reading about a plane crashing into the Capitol building and then living through 9/11/01 when planes were crashing into buildings. His new... This is the book you read when you're tired of reading anything intelligent, well researched, and generally well written. Fun story, easy read, Against All Enemies is the literary equivalent of a Redbox rental. There is almost no depth to the characters beyond the main protagonist Max Moore. It seems as if the author's tool of choice for ratcheting the suspense is to kill off multiple characters in consecutive scenes. Along with Dead or Alive, this is Clancy in name only. I'd be surprised if he... I've never read a Tom Clancy novel and think I am now a big fan. This book pulls absolutely no punches and the death toll is high but it's a great read. A character named Moore is an ex-Navy Seal gathering terrorist intelligence when he finds his way to Mexico to take down a major drug cartel leader. Both stories and a host of characters intertwine masterfully as we deal with loner Moore who's bad luck is everyone who surrounds themselves with him seem to die off. There aren't many plot secrets... This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
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Against All Enemies First edition cover Author Tom Clancy with Peter Telep Audio read by Steven Weber Country United States Language English Genre Spy fiction Techno-thriller Military fiction Publisher G. P. Putnam's Sons Publication date June 14, 2011 Media type Print ( Hardcover, Paperback) Audio, eBook Pages 768 ISBN 978-0-399-15730-1 Against All Enemies is a spy thriller novel, written by Tom Clancy and co-authored with Peter Telep, and published on June 14, 2011. While it is set in the Ryanverse, it features a new character, ex- Navy SEAL and CIA paramilitary operations officer Max Moore, as he is tasked by a government joint task force to bring down a Mexican drug cartel and prevent Taliban terrorists from carrying out attacks in the United States. The book debuted at number one on the New York Times bestseller list.  A sequel, Search and Destroy, was scheduled to be released on July 5, 2012, but it was cancelled.  Plot summary [ edit] In Pakistan, CIA Special Activities Division (SAD) officer and former Navy SEAL Max Moore cultivates an asset in the form of Colonel Saadat Khodai of the Pakistan Army, who has information about the Taliban s connection with his own colleagues in the Pakistani armed forces. As Moore brings him to a hotel in Islamabad to be questioned by CIA officers, the Taliban assassinates Khodai by blowing up the place, killing Moores colleagues in the process. After a fruitless investigation into the incident, Moore is later recalled to the United States to take part in a joint task force aimed at bringing down the Juarez drug cartel in Mexico and Colombia, which involves playing them off against the rival Sinaloa cartel by discreetly helping the latter. While interacting with the Sinaloa Cartel disguised as a businessman, Moore finds out that the secret leader of the Juarez Cartel is billionaire Jorge Rojas. Along with cartel leader Ernesto Zuñiga, he plans to kidnap Rojass son Miguel and girlfriend Sonia, who are taking a vacation at the town of San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico as well as Dante Corrales, one of their bodyguards who is identified as a major player in the cartel. However, Guatemalan death squad Buitres Justicieros (Avenging Vultures) who had a blood feud with Corrales, abducts the couple as well as Corrales and the other bodyguards. Moore finds out that Sonia, whose real name is Olivia Montello, is a deep cover CIA agent, while Corrales barely escapes. Moore, along with a DEA agent embedded in the cartel as a sicario and his immediate boss, follow the couple and the Guatemalans to the nearby town of San Juan Chamula and rescue them. Miguel and Sonia were later freed by Moore. After hiding from Juarez Cartel and his immediate boss Fernando Castillo in particular, Corrales turns himself in to Zuñiga after surviving an attack that kills his girlfriend. From his ranch house in Juarez, Mexico, Zuñiga contacts Moore, who later extracts Corrales from a bloody shootout with sicarios sent by Castillo where Zuñiga is killed. Corrales then provides the joint task force with evidence of Rojas's association with Juarez Cartel. Recognizing the difficulty of turning in Rojas due to his connections with the Mexican government, the Mexican Special Forces were tasked by the joint task force with raiding his mansion in Cuernavaca and arresting him. During the raid, Moore shoots Rojas dead. Olivia was later extracted by her CIA superiors. Meanwhile, Taliban terrorists led by Mullah Abdul Samad approach the Juarez Cartel and try to enlist their help in smuggling them across the Mexico-United States border in order to carry out attacks in the north. When Rojas refuses his offer due to the expected loss in drug profits, Samad and his team decide to go through the border themselves through a smuggling tunnel owned by the Juarez Cartel between Mexicali, Mexico and Calexico, California, murdering the tunnel engineer and a drug mule (who is an asset of one of Moore's partners in the joint task force) in the process. They plan to carry out coordinated attacks on six planes in six cities across the United States using man-portable surface-to-air missiles. While attacks were largely prevented in San Diego, California and four other cities, Samad coordinates the attack in Los Angeles, killing hundreds. With the U. S. government out for blood, Moore later finds out Samad's whereabouts from his asset back in Pakistan, which is in a safehouse owned by the Sinaloa Cartel in Belize. Along with task force leader Henry Towers and a contingent of British Royal Marines training nearby, Moore captures him. Two weeks later, as he is waiting for a date with Olivia, Moore is approached by The Campus operative Dominic Caruso, who attempts to recruit him into the organization but later postpones his offer. Characters [ edit] Task Force Juarez [ edit] Maxwell Steven Moore: Special Activities Division (SAD) officer, Central Intelligence Agency; former SEAL Team Six member Henry Towers: United States Border Patrol agent and head of Task Force Juarez Michael Ansara: Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent Gloria Vega: CIA agent embedded with the Mexican Federal Police as inspector Thomas "Flexxx" Fitzpatrick: Drug Enforcement Agency agent infiltrating the Sinaloa Cartel as a sicario Mexico and Colombia [ edit] Jorge Rojas: Mexican billionaire and secret leader of the Juarez Cartel Miguel Rojas: Jorge's son Sonia Batista / Olivia Montello: Miguel's girlfriend, CIA deep cover agent Dante Corrales: Leader of Los Caballeros (The Gentlemen) Juarez Cartel's enforcer gang Fernando Castillo: Rojas's chief of security Ernesto Zuñiga (El Matador) Leader of the Sinaloa Cartel Alberto Gómez: Mexican Federal Police inspector in the payroll of Juarez Cartel Captain Salou: Former Guatemalan Special Forces member and mercenary for Buitres Justicieros Rueben Everson: Juarez Cartel drug mule and Ansaras informant Pedro Romero: Engineer in charge of building a tunnel beneath the Mexicali - Calexico area for the Juarez Cartel Afghanistan [ edit] Mullah Abdul Samad: Punjabi Taliban terrorist Mullah Omar Rahmani: Samad's patron Bobby Gallagher: Afghan-born CIA agent gone rogue and working for the Taliban Israr Rana: Pakistani high school student and Moore's asset Nek Wazir: Chairman of the North Waziristan shura and Moore's asset Saadat Khodai: Pakistan Army colonel and Moore's asset Release [ edit] A book trailer for Against All Enemies was released by Putnam Books online on May 27, 2011.  Reception [ edit] Commercial [ edit] The book debuted at number one on the Hardcover Fiction category of the New York Times bestseller list for the week of July 3, 2011. It debuted at number two on the Combined Print and E-Book Fiction category of the same list.  In addition, it entered the USA Today ' s Best-Selling Books list at number two on June 23, 2011.  A year later, the mass-market paperback edition peaked at number two for three consecutive weeks on the New York Times bestseller list.  Critical [ edit] The book received positive reviews. The Los Angeles Times praised the novel as being "rivalled only by the Yellow Pages in size and chock full of espionage and treachery. 7] The Washington Times lauded Clancy's authenticity as well as introducing a new character "to replace the well-worn Jack Ryan. 8] References [ edit.
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" Content [ edit] Clarke argues that he made numerous urgent requests for a meeting about dealing with terrorism, had CIA Director George Tenet include numerous details about Al-Qaeda in daily briefings, found an unprecedented level of terrorist " chatter " before September 11. Soon after 9/11, he says that defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld wanted to bomb Iraq, even though there was no evidence of their involvement, because they had more "good targets" than Afghanistan, which was actually involved. Clarke also says that on September 12, 2001, President Bush asked him to try to find evidence that Saddam Hussein was connected to the terrorist attacks. In response he wrote a report stating there was absolutely no evidence of Iraqi involvement and got it signed by all relevant agencies (the FBI, the CIA, etc. The paper was quickly returned by a deputy with a note saying "Please update and resubmit. apparently unshown to the President. Clarke also recalls a meeting where then Defense Deputy Secretary Paul Wolfowitz expressed doubt that Osama bin Laden could have carried out the attacks on September 11 without state sponsorship. Clarke writes that Wolfowitz attempted to connect Saddam Hussein to the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993 — a theory based on the writings of Laurie Mylroie that, according to Clarke, has been exhaustively investigated and disproven. But perhaps most damagingly, Clarke claims that the administration has done "a terrible job" fighting terrorism, even since September 11. In particular, he feels the 2003 invasion of Iraq played right into Osama bin Laden's hands. For years, bin Laden had been producing propaganda saying that the US wants to invade and occupy an oil-rich middle eastern country, which was essentially validated by the US invasion of Iraq. As a result, says Clarke, it's not surprising that Al-Qaeda and its offshoots are having much greater success recruiting new members. 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Clarke responded by swearing under oath that he did not want another job in the government and would not accept one. Others pointed to the fact that Clarke taught a class with Rand Beers, an advisor to John Kerry. Clarke explained that he was a long-time friend of Beers, who had also worked extensively in the government on counterterrorism for Bush and other administrations, and would not give up his friendship simply because his friend had a new job. Another major criticism of Clarke was that he had been more supportive of the Bush administration when he worked there as a special advisor to the President. Fox News Channel released a transcript from an August 2002 briefing that Clarke gave to reporters while he was still working for the White House, as background (meaning not for attribution. 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I think that's somewhat of an unrealistic thing to expect. 3] The White House initially claimed that Bush never set foot in the Situation Room on September 12, and so could not have told Clarke to find evidence of Iraq's involvement. citation needed] But after additional witnesses confirmed the story and critics pointed out that it was rather embarrassing for the President to have never entered the Situation Room on such an important day, the White House retracted this claim. citation needed] Disputed claims of Clarke's book [ edit] Journalist Walter Pincus points to a passage on page 237 in which Clarke describes a September 4, 2001 meeting of national security principals in which he states Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, who looked distracted throughout the session, took the United States Deputy Secretary of Defense Wolfowitz line that there were other terrorists concerns, like Iraq. Rumsfeld has publicly stated he was not at the September 4, 2001 meeting, and Defense Department officials have stated he was not in attendance.  In his book My FBI, Louis Freeh writes: In his book, Clarke recounts a critical "principals" meeting close to the millennium celebration when Sandy Berger looked hard at Janet [Reno] George Tenet, and me, and said, We have stopped two sets of attacks planned for the millennium. You can bet your measly federal paycheck that there are more out there and we have to stop them too. I spoke with the President and he wants you all to is it, nothing more important, all assets. We stop this (expletive. According to Freeh, the passage was a "nice tale, but I was never at such a meeting, and Sandy Berger never would have spoken like that in front of the attorney general. page 298) See also [ edit] Operation Orient Express References [ edit] Clarke, Richard. Against All Enemies: Inside America's War on Terror. Reprint ed. Free P, 2004. Sources [ edit.
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I don't think you have to see this in a big screen just wait for it on streaming platforms. Bowser dies. Cheep Cheep: Ayy Lmao. Jeder amerikanische Staatsdiener gelobt bei seiner Vereidigung, sein Land jederzeit und gegen jeden Feind. Against All Enemies. zu verteidigen. Richard A. Clarke hat diesen Eid geleistet. Ebenso wie George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld oder Condoleezza Rice. Doch die haben bei der Erfüllung dieses Schwurs gründlich versagt. Das jedenfalls ist das detailliert begründete Fazit, das Clarke in diesem wohl wichtigsten politischen Buch der Saison 2004 zieht, das er den Opfern des 11. September 2001 gewidmet hat. Wenn sich jemand in Washingtons inneren Zirkeln der Macht auskennt, dann ist es Richard Clarke. Seit seinen Tagen im Stab Ronald Reagans, hat er noch jeder Regierung in gehobenen und höchsten Ämtern gedient. Auch George W. Bush mochte auf Clarkes Mitarbeit nicht verzichten und berief ihn zum "Koordinator für Sicherheit, Infrastrukturschutz und Antiterrorpolitik. Doch wollte dann niemand so recht auf das hören, was Clarke über die Bedrohung zu sagen hatte, die seiner Einschätzung nach von Osama bin Ladens Terror-Netzwerk al-Qaida ausging und wie man ihr begegnen sollte. Wenige Wochen nach den Anschlägen vom 11. September 2001, die nach seiner Überzeugung hätten verhindert werden können, räumte Clarke seinen Posten. Obwohl man ihm zugesichert hatte, ihm nun endlich die Programme finanzieren zu wollen, die er immer gefordert hatte, konzentrierte sich die Regierung schon bald nach den unerwartet schnellen Erfolgen in Afghanistan wieder auf andere Dinge und rückte den Irak und Saddam Hussein ins Fadenkreuz, von dem doch nach allem, was man wusste, gar keine unmittelbare Gefahr ausging. Als die USA im März 2003 den Krieg gegen den Irak eröffneten, quittierte Clarke den Dienst endgültig. und begann das Buch zu schreiben, das George W. Bush die zweite Amtszeit kosten könnte. In Amerika war die gesamte Erstauflage. immerhin 300. 000 Stück. noch am Erscheinungstag ausverkauft! Und das Interesse ist berechtigt: Detailliert legt der Bericht die fortgesetzte und kaum vorstellbare Fahrlässigkeit offen, mit der die US-Regierung vor und nach dem 11. September immerfort die sicherheitspolitisch falschen Prioritäten gesetzt hat (und noch immer setzt. Und dies nachweislich unter Missachtung ihr vorliegender Erkenntnisse. Auch wenn sie es fortwährend behaupten: Bush, Cheney und Rumsfeld haben weder die Welt, noch Amerika sicherer gemacht. Das genaue Gegenteil ist der Fall! Statt Amerika vor seinen Feinden zu schützen, wie es ihr Amtseid geböte, schaffen sie ihm sehenden Auges immerfort neue. Einen anderen Schluss jedenfalls lässt die Lektüre kaum zu. Andreas Vierecke Der Verlag über das Buch Clarkes Blick zurück kann nichts rückgängig machen. Aber nun steht wie durch ein Machtwort die Gegenwart still. (FAZ) Alle Produktbeschreibungen.
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