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Tom Clancy's Line of Sight

Narrated by: Scott Brick
Length: 12 hrs and 4 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Tom Clancy's Line of Sight by Mike Maden, read by Scott Brick. 

On a break between missions, Jack Ryan Jr is asked by his mother to visit Sarajevo and track down a girl whose life she saved during the Bosnian War. Finally, he thinks, life might be quietening down. 

That's until he meets Aida - grown from a child into a beautiful and selfless woman. Jack finds himself drawn to her, not to mention impressed by her dangerous work helping Syrian refugees enter Europe. 

But the region is increasingly unstable, and just as Jack lets his guard down, Aida is violently kidnapped by the Serbian mafia. 

With no official status, Jack's pleas for help fall on deaf ears, and he realises he must act alone to save the woman he loves. But as the simmering tensions threaten to bubble over, Jack will soon discover Bosnia is a dangerous place to fly solo....

©2018 Mike Maden (P)2018 Penguin Books Ltd

Critic Reviews

"Heart-stopping action... entertaining and eminently topical... Clancy still reigns." (Washington Post)

"Highly entertaining." (The Wall Street Journal)

"Maden's trail of intrigue will captivate you from page one." (Clive Cussler)

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  • Tim
  • 17-09-2018

Bit slow

Not as good as the previous one by Mike Maden. Story was slow, no real action until the end of the book.

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  • Penny Lambert
  • 19-02-2019

Lacking Ingredients of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan books

The story is almost lost amongst the overwhelming detail.

In this Tom Clancy Jack Ryan book, Jack Ryan’s role is only a cameo in the first half of the book.

The author Mike Maden, seems to have moved away from Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan & begun to transpose his own voice onto Jack Ryan.

When Mike Maden joined the Tom Clancy franchise, he was told, 'Feel free to add to the canon — just don't mess it up.'

Well, in ‘Line of Sight’, he has strayed too far. Jack Ryan Jr seems to have become less trained then he has previously been portrayed. He has also basically dropped ‘The Campass’ involvement in his Jack Ryan books.



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  • philip robert whiting
  • 01-02-2019

Tom would be proud. Really good story .

Its that good Tom Clancy could have wrote it himself. Very entertaining and well read.

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  • Paul Jones
  • 18-01-2019

Thrilling listen

So Scott Brick always delivers and this is no exception. As with the great Tom Clancy he manages to run with several story lines and bring them together to one exciting ending.

Cannot wait for the next book

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  • Churchill1940
  • 13-12-2018

Another excellent novel in the Chancy series

A great story to keep you on the edge of your seat! Listen now or miss the progression of Ryan Jr.

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  • CT
  • 21-10-2018

Another good one

Very good story following the tried and tested formula. Entertaining.
The only down side, which is in all the books, is the rather nauseating saccharine sweet reminders about what wonderful saintly and morally upstanding people the Ryan family are. I found the historical background information interesting.