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Debt of Honor

Autor: Tom Clancy
Sprecher: John Rubinstein
Spieldauer: 6 Std. und 6 Min.
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The end of history. The new world order. Fine phrases, but as Jack Ryan is about to discover, history isn't dead yet - and only the nature of the threat is new.

Called out of retirement to serve as the new president's National Security Advisor, Jack Ryan quickly realizes that the problems of peace are fully as complex as those of war. Enemies have become friends, friends enemies, and even the form of conflict has changed. What he cannot realize, however, is just how close the next conflict is. And when one of those new enemies readies a strike not only at America's territory, but at the heart of her economy, it is Ryan who must prepare an untested president to meet the challenge. For there is a debt of honor to be paid - and the price will be terrifyingly high.

©1994 Jack Ryan Limited Partnership (P)1999 Random House Inc.

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"A shocker climax so plausible you'll wonder why it hasn't yet happened." (Entertainment Weekly)

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Story OK, Reader rather less so

Good story, though not Clancys best. The abbreviation doesn't help either, because the POV jumps are somewhat abrupt at times and the story doesn't flow all that well. The Reader unfortunately doesn't do a stellar job either. The different characters can be roughly grouped by national accent, but there isn't much range besides that and some of them sound like young boys, rather than adults. That's a bit jarring. But an ok audio book none the less.