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Oppose Any Foe

A Luke Stone Thriller, Book 4
By: Jack Mars
Narrated by: K.C. Kelly
Series: A Luke Stone Thriller, Book 4
Length: 9 hrs and 32 mins
5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A small arsenal of US nuclear weapons are stolen from a NATO base in Europe. The world scrambles to figure out who the culprits are and what their target is - and to stop them before they unleash hell on humanity.

With only hours left before it is too late, the President has no choice but to call in Luke Stone, the former head of an elite FBI paramilitary team. Finally getting his life back in order, and with devastating news on his own family front, Luke does not want the job. But with the newly elected female President desperate for his help, he realizes he cannot turn his back on her.

In the action-packed, international cat-and-mouse chase that follows, Luke, Ed and his former team will have to be more daring, and break more rules, than ever before. With the fate of the world at stake, Luke heads into the murky fog of war and espionage, and discovers the culprit is not who he thinks it is after all.

A political thriller with non-stop action, dramatic international settings and heart-pounding suspense, Oppose Any Foe is book four in the best-selling and critically-acclaimed Luke Stone series.

©2016 Jack Mars (P)2017 Jack Mars

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another great listen!

Jack Mars has left me wanting to know what happens next. Thoroughly enjoying the series.

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  • thomas
  • 18-03-2017

If you like A. Berenson,V Flynn, S Hunter,R Crasis

You'll love this series--enough said---Out of thin air comes a great writer and narrator.
This series is great.

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  • Lynn
  • 28-05-2017

Less impressive than previous Luke Stone books

Would you be willing to try another book from Jack Mars? Why or why not?

I have read all the Luke Stone books by Jack Mars, and am willing to try another one of his books.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrator needs to learn how to pronounce "Nuclear". It is NOT New-que-ler. Very distracting from the story.

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  • MK
  • 08-05-2017

Got a Refund

The narrator literally said, "bang, bang, bang" when the shots were fired. For me, the narrator killed it.

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  • Elle
  • 03-03-2017

Tired story, poor narration

This is a modern day story of war and terrorism. Throughout the narration the reader says "Nucular" for "nuclear", "gernade" for "grenade"; and other common words are repeatedly mispronounced. Once or twice I could live with--repeatedly pronouncing common words incorrectly just stops the story for me. The producer should have sprung for an editor.

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  • David Ginaitis
  • 13-03-2017

Wow it's good

I've read them all - every Rapp Harvath Andreas Gentry Wells thriller out there and this book is up there in the top 5 or 10. It's what you wished the other authors would stick to, firefights, espionage, political games, bullets, and dead jihadis. Great book, moves fast, very funny.

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  • Grant Hiesterman
  • 18-07-2019

Please get a narrator that knows English

The overall story, plots, and subplots are reasonably enjoyable. Had I read the book in print or on an electronic device it might not have been so difficult to swallow.

The narrator pronounced the English word "nuclear" as nook-u-ler over 150 times. Only George W. Bush butchered it that poorly and I liked the guy. There is no excuse for a professionally produced audiobook to have a basic fundamental word used throughout every chapter so ignorantly butchered. It is pronounced nook-clē-er. Since Jack Mars produced the audiobook I can only conclude that both he and K.C. Kelly are clueless.

The major thrust of the plot was compelling, understandable, and potentially realistic. I enjoyed that.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-05-2019

another excellant tale

again Luke saves the world via unusual and extraordinary methods. narriation excellant as always. READ it.

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  • Danny Thompson
  • 23-04-2019

Another good one!

Really digging the series. Just wish Jack Mars would talk to some SOCOM guys to get the weapons and tactics right.

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  • Ryan lollis
  • 27-02-2019

Great but getting a little wordy

I have been listening and reading all the luke stone books back to back most times ending one and in same 5 minutes starting the next..I really love the characters and the stories and I know that alot is far fetched but hey its Fiction and heros sell. The problems I faced in this book is for one, a NSA officer wondering off in a war zone to meet someone he has no idea who and thinks its best not to tell anyone and he would just be fine is totally absurd and almost made me stop all the books cold Turkey. Two, is how freaking wordy it's becoming..every single time there is a conversation between people especially in a time where the story should be fast moving we are having to wade through 5 minutes of personal thoughts between each character speaking..I know if it were me on the brink of stopping Nuclear distruction of the entire planet , the last thing I would be thinking is how cold someones eyes are or what he could possibly be thinking..for 5 freaking minutes. Obviously there are times for character development and thought or all books would be 20 pages, but when it starts to look like you are just trying to fill enough space to meet editor's requirements in a place in the story that demands speed an excitement then it just annoys readers. Its like being a rider in the isle of man motorcycle race and hitting the breaks in the straight of way to talk about how to hit the corners...and it's killing me. I really hope book 5 isn't as bad so I can continue cause I really like Luke Stone.
If you can get passed a few asinine situations and don't mind being word stoned at nearly every corner then by all means keep reading..the Stories are great and the author is really smart and knows his guns and strategy..( as you can prob tell by my punctuation and grammer , I am no writer lol but just a very opinionated fan of special ops books and their heros)

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  • Robert
  • 22-11-2018

extremely entertaining

Enjoyed the story, kept me hooked from beginning to end.
performance was exceptional. would recommend adding to any library.