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eBook Rainbow Six ePub
Author: Tom Clancy
Language: English
ISBN: 1435299841
ISBN13: 978-1435299849
Publisher: Paw Prints 2008-10-01; Reprint edition (October 2008)
Category: Action & Adventure
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 998
Formats: lit mobi azw txt
ePub file: 1576 kb
Fb2 file: 1723 kb

Rainbow Six is a techno-thriller novel, written by Tom Clancy and released on August 3, 1998. It is the second book to primarily focus on John Clark, one of the recurring characters in the Jack Ryan universe, after Without Remorse (1993).

Rainbow Six is a techno-thriller novel, written by Tom Clancy and released on August 3, 1998. Rainbow Six also features his son-in-law Domingo "Ding" Chavez, and explores the adventures of a multinational counter-terrorism unit that they formed, codenamed as Rainbow. The title refers to Clark's title as commander of Rainbow

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Home Tom Clancy Rainbow Six. Home. Number-one bestselling author Tom Clancy goes beyond anything he has done before in Rainbow Six. It is his most shocking story to date-and closer to reality than any government would care to admit. At its heart is ex-Navy SEAL John Clark, now the newly named head of Rainbow, an international task force dedicated to combating terrorism.

This article is about the 1998 video game. For the novel by Tom Clancy, see Rainbow Six. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six is a tactical shooter computer game and the first in the Rainbow Six series. It was developed and published by Red Storm Entertainment for the PC in 1998. It was later ported to Mac OS, Nintendo 64, PlayStation, Dreamcast and Game Boy Color. An expansion pack, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Mission Pack: Eagle Watch, was released on January 31, 1999.

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Rainbow Six - Ebook written by Tom Clancy. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Rainbow Six. Ex-Navy SEAL John Clark has been named the head of Rainbow, an international task force dedicated to combating terrorism.

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com User, October 5, 2003. Rainbow Six, Tom Clancy's 10th novel and ninth in the Jack Ryan/John Clark series, once more focuses on the ex-CIA paramilitary field officer known in the Agency as Mr. Clark.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six is a media franchise created by American author Tom Clancy about a fictional international counter-terrorist unit called "Rainbow". The franchise began with Clancy's novel Rainbow Six, which was adapted into a series of tactical first-person shooter video games. Rainbow Six describes Rainbow as an international counter-terrorism operation hosted by NATO and funded by money funneled through the . Department of the Interior.

Featuring John Clark, the ex-Navy SEAL known from several of Clancy's novels, this is Tom Clancy's new and most extraordinary novel. John Clark is the man who conducts the secret missions President Ryan can have no part of. Whether hunting warlords in Japan or Columbian druglords, Clark is efficient and deadly but even he has ghosts in his past, demons that must be exorcised. And none worse than the peril he must face in Rainbow Six: a group of terrorists the world has never encountered before, a band of men and women so extreme that their success could literally mean the end of life as we know it. It is Tom Clancy's most shocking story ever - closer to reality than any government would care to admit.
One of my favorite Tom Clancy books. The Audible edition is one that I listen to just about once every year. Michael Prichard is the narrator for this and many of the other Tom Clancy books in this series. He does a great job with the voices for the different characters. I'm happy to have this book (both Kindle & Audible edition) in my collection. The counter terrorist strike force story is well thought out and the action holds your attention.
Wonderful book!! This book tells the story of John Clark and Ding Chavez and their starting up of an international anti-terrorist unit. Instead of their usual role in the normal Jack Ryan books, they are now the main characters. The story is about the missions they take on and the way they accomplish them with the additional concurrent story of an conspiracy of biological attack on all of humanity. The story of well put together. There are no gaps and the story line flows smoothly.

But this is not the only story that has John Clark (then John Kelly) as the main character. He first appears in "Without Remorse", telling his back story. That book even has Jack Ryan's father, a police officer, in it. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that book also since it tells who he iswas and how he became a C.I.A. officer.
I love the way Tom Clancy weaves his stories. He has a knack for making you see the story from all sides and experience what the characters are going through. If I had to critique one thing it would be how unrealistic some of the dialogue is between ding and his wife, an MD, regarding killing. I realize that the intent isn't to glorify it but it just struck me as forced and unrealistic that a woman who married a career soldier, who then went on to work for the CIA, would be that naive. Beyond that I have to say it's a fantastic read..
Good story but it meanders through pages of unnecessary dialog. The author could have added more missions by the Six group. A good example of what I mean is a book like Lone Survivor or the Reaper. Clearly the content is different but I love the way the story is told in the latter books I mention. Well written, full of relevant action packed (and sometimes humorous) details, and fast paced. This book could have been so much better.
Nice story line BUT I somehow got the impression that someone else wrote the ending of this book. The last 50 pages seemed noticeably different. And who ever wrote it ... used His own style of speaking for the characters - at times forgetting to change from one character to another! Clark seemed out of character at the end of the book!
Minor annoyances: 'Kay instead of Okay; putters instead of Computers - adding 'eh' at the end of sentences. Unrealistic exclamations:
Clark upon explaining to a high ranking officer that the terrorists planned to kill more than 99% of the Worlds population responded with "you're kidding, eh". At least the spelling was not bad in this book!
This well articulated story is centered on John Clark, and Ding Chavez as a new worldwide anti-terrorism force is headquartered in England, with John Clark as its leader. The group is beyond a black operation. This story details 4 major terrorist attacks, three of which are engineered by an ex KGB Colonel at the behest of a rich American business man/scientist. This is a great read!
It's a bit long like all Clancy books but worth it. A nice build up to the conclusion and you are definitely cheering for the good guys by the end. It is intelligent in that the good guys are not only as smart as they seem to be and the bad guys aren't dumb all of the time. Some great twists that keep you reading up to the finale. Have fun with this book! The trip is worth it!
I finished reading this book a month or so ago and couldn't even face thinking about it until now. This was like the Perils of Pauline revisited. Or, to use another "old" phrase, "If it wasn't one thing, it was another." Where is Jack Ryan when you need him?
I've always liked John Clark as a supporting character, and might like him as a lead if Mr. Clancy hadn't put in so many disasters.
Mr. Clark has found himself the head of a unique organization set up to fight world terrrorists - but only when asked to help. This man was busier than the CIA during the Cold War. It became too improbable, even for a diehard Tom Clancy fan like myself.
The action was so non-stop, I began to ask myself, "Will this insanity never end?"
I think there might be a future for John Clark and his son-in-law as new crime fighting heroes; they are both very likeable and talented. Mr. Clancy just needs to calm his exuberance and deal with one or two major world-peace shattering terrorist events rather than 10 - one right after the other.
I was exhausted after reading this one!
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