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Author: Tom Clancy
ISBN13: 978-0399146404
Title: The Bear and the Dragon limited edition
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Language: English
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Publisher: Putnam Adult; Limited edition (August 21, 2000)
Pages: 752

The Bear and the Dragon limited edition by Tom Clancy



Time and again, Tom Clancy's novels have been praised not only for their big-scale drama and propulsive narrative drive but for their cutting-edge prescience in predicting future events. In The Bear and the Dragon, the future is very near at hand indeed. President Ryan also makes a point of emphasizing that there is no such thing as class in America and everyone can have wealth if they work hard. In the case of The Bear and the Dragon, it becomes flat out offensive. The US, in its new role as global protector, aids the Russians in turning the attack back.

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Tom Clancy's Still The Master!!! By Thriftbooks. com User, August 23, 2000. As an avid Clancy fan since The Hunt for Red October, I was almost hesitant about reading this book because I was afraid my expectations were too high after Rainbow Six. Fortunately, my fears were completely unjustified! Clancy just keeps getting better and better. I read all 1000+ pages in one day (and night). The entire book was so incredibly suspenseful that I just couldn't put it down.

Clancy Tom. Categories: Fiction. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. The Cardinal of the Kremlin.

As always Tom Clancy was a Master Story Teller in the Bear and The Dragon. HOWEVER!!!! The Kindle version has a lot of errors. I have the hardback of this book and it is a lot cleaner then the Kindle Version. First it's listed as a John Clark Book. 3 people found this helpful.

The Bear and the Dragon (Jack Ryan Universe) - Tom Clancy.

The publication of The Bear and the Dragon reminds his fans that he is not likely to be dethroned any time soon. Clancy is a master of detail-especially those having to do with military action and weapon. nd he builds strongly moral, attractive characters, ones we would like to emulate. The Houston Chronicle. The Bear and the Dragon work. ypnotic appeal. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Megasuspens. hrilling.

President Jack Ryan faces a world crisis unlike any he has ever known, in Tom Clancy's extraordinary new novel. Time and again, Tom Clancy's novels have been praised not only for their big-scale drama and propulsive narrative drive but for their cutting-edge prescience in predicting future events. In The Bear and the Dragon, the future is very near at hand indeed

Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "The Bear and the Dragon" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. In a harrowing tour de force, Tom Clancy shows how an ordinary man named John Kelly crossed the lines of justice and morality to become the CIA legend, Mr. Clark. It is an unforgettable journey into the heart of darkness.

Four Cassettes, 6 hoursTime and again, Tom Clancy's novels have been praised not only for their big-scale drama and propulsive narrative drive, but for their cutting-edge prescience in predicting future events.  In The Bear and The Dragon, the future is very near at hand indeed.Newly elected in his own right, Jack Ryan has found that being President has gotten no easier.  Domestic pitfalls await him at every turn, there's a revolution in Liberia, the Asian economy is going down the tubes, and now, in Moscow, someone may have tried to take out the chairman of the SVR - the former KGB - with a rocket-propelled grenade.  Things are unstable enough in Russia without high-level assassination, but even more disturbing may be the identities of the assassins.  Were they political enemies, the Russian Mafia, disaffected former KGB?  Or, Ryan wonders, is something far more dangerous at work here.Ryan is right.   For even while he dispatches his most trusted eyes and ears, including black ops specialist John Clark, to find out the truth of the matter, forces in China are moving ahead with a plan of truly audacious proportions.  If they succeed, the world as we know it will never look the same.  If they fail--the consequences will be unspeakable.
Reviews: 7
Whilingudw
After reading the (mostly negative) reviews I didn't plan on reading this book, but then realized I wouldn't learn about the beginning of Campus, which is important to understand the background for the second book. I figured to decide myself if it was a 'bad' book or not, and was in for a pleasant surprise! While it lacks the detailed technical descriptions of previous books, this one was a fast paced, easy read and before I knew it, reached the end of the book. It ends with a cliffhanger, so I wonder if Clancy picks up the thread in the next book. Looking forward to continue reading the series.
Unh
As always Tom Clancy was a Master Story Teller in the Bear and The Dragon. This is a great read, full of action and detail most authors can only dream of. This last installment of the Jack Ryan series is an amazing read. HOWEVER!!!!
The Kindle version has a lot of errors. I have the hardback of this book and it is a lot cleaner then the Kindle Version. First it's listed as a John Clark Book. It's not. Look at the Hardback. Second, there are more spelling errors/ formatting errors then seems possible. I think Clancy is turning over in his grave over this. For instance several chapters, sentences and words start out with an extra letter or the the wrong letter as this real example here. "Fit was a wark night . . ." Instead of "It was a dark night." It doesnt detract from the amazing story, it just makes it a little annoying as you read along, especially as you reach the end and realize just how many errors there are. I have a first edition hardback that doesn't have that many errors. Not sure what happened. But you should enjoy it as long as you don't mind the errors. Enjoy!
Mananara
I rate Clancy's Classic, early stories five stars. Hunt for Red October and Cardinal of the Kremlin are the best, Clear and Present Danger and Without Remorse are also good tales with good characters, well written. This book shows the weaker side of a formula followed for too long. The Ryan character is now fully emersed in a fantasy world and characters that were filled out in earlier books are now hollow shadows. And, the gratuitous sex and Jack Ryan's increasing use of foul language don't ring true compared to Clancy's earlier stories. I wonder if, at the time of this book, Clancy started using uncredited "collaborators" to boost his writing output? This story still provides some entertaining reading, but it is far less compelling than the earlier work that made Tom Clancy the highest standard in spy/techno adventures.
Runehammer
Is the reason I bought my first bag of Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee. Loaded with conservative ideology, Russophilia and good coffee, paired with some sex scenes that may have been written by a twelve year old, what's not to love?

Seriously, though, I loved this book. If you're a millennial liberal, don't bother, it will make you mad.
Cyregaehus
I don't believe Clancy actually wrote this book. It isn't like his prior Ryan books. It's over 1000 pages, and if you deleted all the "f" words, it probably would have been 100 pages shorter. Not having references to sex and whores/prostitutes could have cut another 100 pages. He could have been just fine not adding useless filler to demonstrate his knowledge of history. I had a hard time even getting interested in it and almost gave up about 10 chapters into it. It finally did pick up and I stayed the course, despite multiple typo errors and repeated statements in different parts of the book. Evidently, even the editors couldn't get through it all. Very disappointing. I ordered two more of the books in the series at the same time and really hope they are much better (written by Greany). Of the 13 books that I have read of the Ryan/Ryan JR/Clark series of books, this is the first one I've given a negative rating on, as I normally love his books.
Wenaiand
Tom Clancy's books have always been a favorite. I loved Jack Ryan, and I know he was a central figure in this novel as well. However, it appears I no longer have the patience to read until it becomes interesting for me to continue. Couldn't keep up with the characters, and although I hate to say this, I was just plain bored. A book is "good" for me if it is difficult to put down.
Moralsa
A very long and unnecessarily drawn out novel which included too much detail about war planning and the various weapons used. U.S. casualties were unrealistically low. Author did not recognize the U.S. National Missile Defense system. Not believable that the Russians would allow the Chinese to retreat from their soil without retribution. I read the book to the end to find out what would happen; it held my attention. This book is not up to Clancy's past books for credibility.
Worst "Tom Clancy" book ever written. Tom Clancy would never have allowed this pile of garbage to be published. Whoever really wrote it has no idea about military equipment or operations. Seems like it was written by a Sophomore in High School trying to get his grade from a D to a C.