Unlimited [Religion Book] ☆ Wild Card - by Jerome Preisler Tom Clancy Martin Greenberg ½

By Jerome Preisler Tom Clancy Martin Greenberg | Comments: ( 734 ) | Date: ( Nov 19, 2019 )

The eighth page turning thriller in the 1 New York Times bestselling Power Plays series When an anonymous E mail alerts UpLink International s operatives to suspicious activity on an exclusive island resort, Pete Nimec goes undercover to investigate Located off the coast of Trinidad, Rayos del Sol is not just a playground for the world s richest and most powerful peoplThe eighth page turning thriller in the 1 New York Times bestselling Power Plays series When an anonymous E mail alerts UpLink International s operatives to suspicious activity on an exclusive island resort, Pete Nimec goes undercover to investigate Located off the coast of Trinidad, Rayos del Sol is not just a playground for the world s richest and most powerful people it s also the headquarters for a joint fiber optic oil refinery project run by UpLink and Sedco Oil What Nimec discovers is a plot to drain oil from the United States Strategic Petroleum Reserve and sell it to outlaw nations And when the island s highly trained security force is sent to take Nimec out, heaven on earth erupts into hell.


  • Title: Wild Card
  • Author: Jerome Preisler Tom Clancy Martin Greenberg
  • ISBN: 9780425199114
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

About Author:

Jerome Preisler Tom Clancy Martin Greenberg

Jerome Preisler is a prolific author who has written over thirty books, including all eight novels in the 1 New York Times best selling TOM CLANCY S POWER PLAYS series, and recently the narrative nonfictions ALL HANDS DOWN, CODE NAME CAESAR and DANIEL S MUSIC He is the author of the recently re booted NET FORCE series, based on the New York Times bestselling series co created by Tom Clancy The first book in the series, CODE WAR, is available exclusively in e book via.Series Homicide Tom Clancy s Power PlaysSeries contributed to CSI Crime Scene Investigation



Comments Wild Card

  • Rik

    Not a great story, there was no character development (not helped by my having not read any other in the series), fairly clunky plot, and little to keep the pages turning. It did all come together at the end, but it did feel a bit weak.


  • An Odd1

    * "Wild Card" (#8) refers, I think, to Tom, again in the boonies, on leave from the Yank military spy space agency in disgrace, because he cut corners to quickly rescue the boss's daughter in a previous book. The Power Plays series was created by Tom Clancy and Martin Greenberg, written by Jerome Preisler. I liked settings, a tropical reef and secluded desert. But so many brief plot sequences, I almost gave up. Start with swashbuckling pirates back some generations. A privateer uses excessive (g [...]


  • Morris Graham

    I liked that they made this a historical novel, starting with the ancestors back in the pirate days. This did, however, jump around a lot and I had a hard time at times trying to connect the dots. I liked the part about Tom Ricci, but couldn't see the tie-in to the main plot. Also, the end finished a bit too quickly. At first I thought this was written by Tom Clancy, but looks like the concept was his and written by somebody else. I guess that was why I was initially let-down, thought I was read [...]


  • Annette Andersen

    very poorly written, not at all up to Tom Clancy's caliber. The characters were all over the board jumping from one plot point to another. It wasn’t until the end when you could see how the story comes together. Using a two page narrative to bring a cohesive ending was far removed from Clancy’s earlier books


  • Stan Armiger

    Bewildered for about two thirds of the book. Jumped about so much it did leave me feeling do I want to persevere. Is this book a part of continuing series as I think the Upload characters may have been previously introduced to readers.


  • Cathy

    Waiting in the stacks


  • Vern

    audio book


  • Paradiso Arthur

    I liked what the back of the book had in store for my next read and the whole oil and gas industry format but i'm in the midst of reading this one.


  • John Bluck

    This book is entertaining for those who like Tom Clancy type tales.


  • Steve

    This book was terrible. I had absolutely no idea what was going on until the last 50 pages.


  • Doug

    I finally got around to reading this book that was published in 2004 - I am not sure whether the series continued or not. Hopefully it did because there were still some loose ends with characters


  • Connor

    Genre is Spy NovelI thought the book was pretty good and was descriptive. I didn't like the story because I have seen a lot of movies and games like it and it gets boring after a while.


  • Pete

    Fans of Clancy will probably like this entry.


  • Mac

    Fast paced, many facets, characters good but don't have the usual Clancy depth of development.


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