Oath of Office (Jack Ryan Universe #26)
The fall of the Iranian government presents unexpected danger to President Jack Ryan in the latest entry in the #1 New York Times -bestselling Tom Clancy series. President Jack Ryan preaches caution when the prospects for a Persian Spring excite the rest of the world. His is the lone Western voice urging watchfulness. As he says, "Sometimes it's better to have all the bad guys all in one place where you can keep an eye on them rather than scattered around the Middle East."Meanwhile, the Campus has been trailing a major international arms dealer whose business has waxed as the power of the Ayatollah has waned. Now the change of regimes in Iran has opened up formerly unimagined possibilities to him. Possibilities that may lead to a new balance of power in the region.

Oath of Office (Jack Ryan Universe #26) Details

TitleOath of Office (Jack Ryan Universe #26)
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseNov 27th, 2018
PublisherG.P. Putnam's Sons
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GenreFiction

Oath of Office (Jack Ryan Universe #26) Review

  • Lou
    January 1, 1970
    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off for author Marc Cameron. You never know what to expect in this situation but you can tell that Cameron has carried out meticulous research in order to make an action-packed story that moves at breakneck speed as rea I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off for author Marc Cameron. You never know what to expect in this situation but you can tell that Cameron has carried out meticulous research in order to make an action-packed story that moves at breakneck speed as realistic as possible.As always the cast of characters are interesting, there are multiple twists and turns and a real feeling of the tension ratcheting up with every turn of the page. I am a huge fan of conspiracy thrillers and this is one of the best out there. You fly through it in record time, it's definitely a one-sitting read. If you're after a fun, lighthearted but satisfying story then this is an excellent choice. I look forward to further releases.Many thanks to Michael Joseph for an ARC.
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  • Tony Nielsen
    January 1, 1970
    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories."Oath of Office" is a sweeping contemporary spy adventure with emphasise on the stability, or lack of it, in Iran. At home in the good old USA Jack Ryan's presidency has hit a tough patch, and the Russians are adding to his stress levels by massi Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories."Oath of Office" is a sweeping contemporary spy adventure with emphasise on the stability, or lack of it, in Iran. At home in the good old USA Jack Ryan's presidency has hit a tough patch, and the Russians are adding to his stress levels by massing troops and ships on the border with the Ukraine.Plus there is a murderous conspirator that he isn't even aware of, plotting to the downfall of Ryan and his Presidency. But its Ryan's son, Jack Junior, and the crew at the Campus, who take on the enemy, unravel some of the mysteries, and go toe to toe with the evil forces out of Iran. The Campus team are on the back foot for most of this high octane thriller. Can they once again deal to the axis of evil, or have they met their match.
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  • Beckie Valdez
    January 1, 1970
    Love this seriesI have read each and every one of the Jack Ryan Novels and I thank Marc Cameron for continuing on writing these and I hope he writes more of them. They are exciting and keep you reading.
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