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Maybe Tom Clancy was on to something?

Discussion in 'America the Beautiful' started by winbig, Feb 13, 2007.

    Feb 13, 2007
  1. winbig

    winbig Keep winning this amount. webby PABnononaccred

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    I saw this "Net Force" series in a store the other day, and it looks pretty interesting, considering what's going on in the country right now. Maybe he had an insight of what's to come, back in 1999?

    I can't wait to get into the book (Waiting on it to be transferred to my library), and read the whole series :D


    Who knows, maybe by 2010 this is the way things will be... :eek:

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  3. jetset

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    Clancy was one of my fave writers back when he penned classics like The Hunt for Red October and Red Star Rising, for which he was praised by military and technology experts around the world.

    Going back awhile I was involved in assembling information on high pressure and temperature diamond synthesis requested by one of his associates for another book, although I never did see the end result.

    His more recent publications in association with other authors have been less to my liking, but he's a great story teller who knows how to wind up the suspense.

    Talking of books (and I don't want to take Winbig's thread off-track here, so it's just a heads up for Simmo) Conn Igulden has a new book out about Tamerlane - I'm just getting into it. His previous series on the life and times of Julius Caesar was excellent.
     

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