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Rainbow Six (John Clark series) von [Clancy, Tom]
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Rainbow Six (John Clark series) Kindle Edition

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No one would have blamed David Dukes if he had declined reading for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six. Not only is "Rainbow" a melting pot of secret-agent patois, but the 700-page-plus book version runs at a rampant pace--this despite the usual wealth of Clancy detail. But actor and audio pro Dukes (and the editor responsible for condensing the script onto six hours of tape) handles this daunting task admirably, applying a steady--but not urgent--Everyman's tone and imparting a sense that we're hearing the whole story. Listeners may want more, but will be satiated with this abridged rendition.

Dukes also bounces seamlessly among dialects, giving distinct but easy-to-understand voices to Rainbow, a colorful cast of international good guys assembled to save the world from terrorism. The group is led by a sometimes violent but justice-minded ex-CIA agent, John Clark, who is proof that Clancy can paint a dark protagonist as vividly as his good knight, Jack Ryan. But Rainbow Six is an equally bright showcase for reader Dukes, who, like Clark, is bent on providing justice. Dukes's reading gives justice to the abridged form. (Running time: six hours, four cassettes) --Rob McDonald

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Gripping...bolt-action mayhem. ("People")

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 2317 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 916 Seiten
  • Verlag: Berkley (20. Januar 2009)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B001Q9J4PG
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Verbesserter Schriftsatz: Aktiviert
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3.3 von 5 Sternen 1.109 Kundenrezensionen
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #59.159 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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This book is even worse that "Executive Orders", and that is really saying something. And it's too bad, because Clancy is still capable of writing fanastic action scenes. But Clancy isn't writing technothrillers anymore-- he's writing moron right-wing screeds that should embarass anyone who once called himself a Clancy fan.
In this one Clancy has yet another pathetic woman who messes everything up, and yet another terrorists-release-virus-to-kill-everyone plot. I can't believe he had the guts to recycle that from "EO", and I was in even greater disbelief when he has the president of the Sierra Club thinking out loud how great it would be if the President got himself assassinated. That's just pathetic, such a lazy cheap shot that I can't believe the punching bags called his editors let it slide.
The book is boring, like "EO" was, and stupid. Still, the parts where something is actually HAPPENING, the parts when the Rainbow Six team is actually going about its business, are still a blast to read. But that's maybe 5 percent of the book. The rest is just a mess.
Now that Clancy is an industry and not a writer (see his NetForce and OpCenter imprints) he apparently doesn't feel the need to put out work of the quality of "The Hunt For Red October". It's too bad. I used to look forward to Clancy's latest release with baited breath. Now I won't waste my breath. This will be the last Clancy novel I read, unless I hear that the book is under 600 pages and actually makes some sense.
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T. Clancy has been dissed for writing in too much detail. But in Rainbow Six, he has seemingly found a fine balance: He has been able to avoid too much technical minutae which led me to skip whole sections of other books (like The Sum of All Our Fears). At the same time, he has still included enough information to give the feel of authenticity. This combination makes for a very informative and still entertaining book. This cannot be read in a day, or on one plane trip. But it is great to take on a vacation, when one has several hours over several days to devote to it.
The story has bee discussed above. Suffice it to say that Clancy has put together a string of plausible ideas (save perchance the eco-terrorists overall grand design). Unfortunately, we are so used to terrorism these days that each of the other terrorists acts are things we have come to expect on the evening news.
Like another reviewer, I find Domingo Chavez and John Clark to be a couple of engaging recurring characters. I wonder what will happen to them next, and worry that like John Ryan, they may get to the place where there is nothing left for them to conquer. We ain't there yet, though, and like thousands of others, I anxiously await their next adventure.
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Like most of those who have slammed this book in their reviews, I was once a big Tom Clancy fan, however, his latest work is mortally wounded by Clancy's overly preachy undertones, uninspired action sequences and a complete lack of development for both the good guys and the bad guys.
His political views are pretty apparent, I would bet $200 he votes Republican. Though one might call some of the fringe environmental issues debatable, I don't think even the most right wing types out there view everyone who cares about the environment as a completely insane wacko. Those who like to go into the woods and make bang bang with big guns like Clancy have to admit that at least a passing concern for the environment is a must.
I sometimes couldn't tell if I was reading a fiction novel or a ballistics report from an ammunition manufacturer. Also, as much as some of his more testosterone supplied readers might like to read descriptions of 10mm hollow point bullets entering bad guy's skulls, it takes away from the usually accurate and realistic tone of his other works. Reading about people's faces being turned into "pink puffs of vapor" might be enthralling for weekend Navy SEALS, but anyone with any combat experience dreads the thought of being put in any situation where such is necessary to do to someone else. I don't mind a novel or even a movie using such descriptions to enhance some sort of realism (i.e. Saving Private Ryan), but anyone who enjoys such thoughts as much as Clancy apparently does (with the sheer volume of text devoted to exploding craniums), scares me.
Even the world's best counter terrorism units have amazingly high failure rates in close quarters combat...
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Ich kaufte das Buch eigentlich ohne grosse Erwartungen und wurde überrascht!! Die Handlung um eine international agierende Anti-Terror-Gruppe ist zwar nicht unbedingt neu, aber die Charaktere sind brilliant ausgearbeitet und die Handlung stmmig. Auch dass man erst spaet dahinter kommt, wie die ganzen Terroranschlaege zusammenhaengen, macht das Buch so spannend!! Einzig der Schluss ist meiner Meinung nach etwas unglaubwürdig. Aber alles in allem kann ich "Rainbow Six" nur empfehlen, ein grosses Lob an Tom Clancy!!
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