1987, porto di Tripoli. Nick Stone è una macchina da combattimento al massimo dell’efficienza nonostante la giovane età. Forse per questo è l’unico che può impedire che il governo di Gheddafi consegni ai terroristi dell’IRA un carico di armi e munizioni. E c’è un solo modo per fermare l’operazione: uccidere il terrorista che ne è responsabile, Benjamin Lesser. Vent’anni dopo quella missione, Nick Stone si trova in Irlanda. Dovrebbe essere una vacanza di Natale insieme alla vedova e alla figlia del suo amico Pete, morto per salvargli la vita. Ma diventa presto un incubo. Un uomo è morto. Non un uomo qualunque. E le torture che ha subito hanno una firma inconfondibile: Benjamin Lesser...
- ISBN: 8850251203
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 400
- Data di uscita: 26-07-2018
Well, it's not often that I read the summary for a book and find that the PR guy who wrote the summary didn't actually read the book. So, first, this correction. Nick Stone's car does not erupt in flames. On holiday in Ireland, he finds a bomb under the car, removes it, and takes it apart to analyze Leggi tutto
I've read a lot of Thrillers over the years, but none like this one. I was gripped from page one. It was my first Mcnab book, and I was not aware that there were more in the line with Nick Stone, but boy was I excited to hear that this was book number 11 of the series..and there's even more afterwar Leggi tutto
Changes perspectives and style of writing too much for me. This character acts all superior one second then acts like he's two years old the next. The inner dialogue does not match the character at all.
The book I am reviewing is Brute Force by Andy McNab which is an excellent SAS thriller which I bought from a car boot sale. This is another installment in the Nick Stone series about an ex SAS trooper and the covert jobs he does. Andy of course was a sergaent in the SAS & if you only read one book
Realy enjoyed this book, was very detailed without being overly complicated with military jargon. Good story and easy to follow all the way through. Thats me read all but the most recent book of the Nick Stone series, which I will be picking up over the next day or two.
Once again Andy McNab writes a great book. I really enjoy the factual-fiction of the Troubles in Ireland. Looking forward to reading on!
Great action with lots of technical details and realism.
Andy McNab is the master of the SAS book. You know he's been there, he's done that. Brilliant.
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