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Author: Mike Maden
Publisher: Penguin
Category: Fiction

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In the latest electrifying adventure in Tom Clancy’s #1 New York Times bestselling series, Jack Ryan, Jr., learns that sometimes the deadliest secret may be standing right next to you.Former U.S. Senator Weston Rhodes is a defense contractor with an urgent problem. His company needs someone to look over the books of Dalfan Technologies, a Singapore company quickly. He turns to his old friend Gerry Hendley for help. Hendley Associates is one of the best financial analysis firms in the country and the cover for The Campus, a top-secret American intelligence agency.  Rhodes asks for two specific analysts, Jack Ryan Jr., and Paul Brown, a mild-mannered forensic accountant.Both Ryan and Brown initially resist, for different reasons. On the long flight over, Ryan worries he’s being sidelined from the next Campus operation in America’s war on terror. Brown who was never very good with people only worries about the numbers, and finding a good cup of tea.Brown has no idea Jack works for The Campus but the awkward accountant is hiding secrets of his own. Rhodes has tasked him with uploading a cyberwarfare program into the highly secure Dalfan Technologies mainframe on behalf of the CIA.On the verge of mission success, Brown discovers a game within the game, and the people who now want to kill him are as deadly as the cyclone bearing down on the island nation.  Together Ryan and Brown race to escape both the murderous storm and a team of trained assassins in order to prevent a global catastrophe, even at the cost of their own lives.

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About The Author

A little more than thirty years agoTom Clancywas a Maryland insurance broker with a passion for naval history. Years before, he had been an English major at Baltimore’s Loyola College and had always dreamed of writing a novel. His first effort,The Hunt for Red October, sold briskly as a result of rave reviews, then catapulted onto theNew York Timesbestseller list after President Reagan pronounced it “the perfect yarn.” From that day forward, Clancy established himself as an undisputed master at blending exceptional realism and authenticity, intricate plotting, and razor-sharp suspense. He passed away in October 2013.

Mike Maden grew up working in the canneries, feed mills and slaughterhouses of California’s San Joaquin Valley. A lifelong fascination with history and warfare ultimately lead to a Ph.D. in political science focused on conflict and technology in international relations. Like millions of others, he first became a Tom Clancy fan after reading The Hunt for Red October, and began his published fiction career in the same techno-thriller genre, starting with Drone and the sequels, Blue Warrior, Drone Command and Drone Threat. He’s honored to be joining “The Campus” as a writer in Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Jr., series.He can be reached on social media through his website


  • Jeff Kime
    Not up to Clancy standards but not a bad read
  • Lord Pizza The Great
    So the book is by three people?
  • Stephen Berthelot
    Meh . A bit too slow for me.
  • Rhonda Silver
    It is a good book.
  • martin martin
    Maden tried to picture the theatre environment more by putting some singlish “lah”, but somehow all are out of place. Storyline is bit too boring, definitely out of Clancy’s style of story, out of flow, especially doing so much on the karambit training, which are useless.
  • dan maloney
    Definitely not Tom Clancy
  • Teh Khen Hian
    Atypical of a Campus thriller with too much drab stuff in the middle but Maden may be setting the ground for future books. Slight punctuation mistake with the usage of Singlish though..generally ok read.
  • RistoZ
    LibraryThing Review In this book the Green – such a great phenomenon – are bloodthirsty terrorists and climate change is at best just a political hoax. An unfortunately naive approach to reality.

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