Editorial Reviews. Review. “Action and adventure at its explosive best.” — Belfast Telegraph Brute Force: (Nick Stone Thriller 11) by [McNab, Andy]. Another addictive corker from McNab” – Belfast Telegraph (UK) “Andy McNab in customary bone-crunching form” – The Good Book Guide About Andy McNab. Brute Force (Nick Stone, book 11) by Andy McNab – book cover, description, publication history.
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This journey makes him revisit his past and he travels from Ireland to Norfolk to Libyia.
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Deep beneath the English Channel, a small army of vicious terrorists has seized control of the Eurostar to Paris, taken hostages at gunpoint – and declared war on a government that has more than its own fair share of secrets to keep. Once again Andy McNab writes a great book.
To date, Immediate Action has now sold over 1. Pur avendo perso la freschezza che caratterizzava i primi romanzi, McNab resta un maestro nel tenere alta la tensione, regalandoci pagine di adrenalina pura, alleggerite dai consueti lampi di dissacrante ironia che lo caratterizzano. Free with day Trial Membership details Membership details A day free trial and your first audiobook is free After trial, get 1 credit each month good for any audiobook. Nick StoneBook 11 Length: He served in B Squadron 22 SAS for ten years and worked on both covert and overt special operations worldwide, including anti-terrorist and anti-drug operations in the Middle and Far East, South and Central America and Northern Ireland.
More from the same Author: It is one of the greatest war books ever.
Dan Shepherd and his SAS team are sent into the badlands of Afghanistan to train the rebels foorce are battling Taliban fanatics. I wouldn’t go as far as to say the villain is likeable, but most certainly someone that felt more like a respectable rival of the first order.
The trail leads from Iraq to London, Dublin, and Kabul – the brutal city where governments, terrorism and big business collide. Jan 07, Mevlit Suleyman rated it really liked it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Among that, he still managed to weave gripping stories, with a cast tha It is unfortunate that McNab’s marketing team is obsessive about his background as an SAS soldier. Publisher’s Summary A cargo ship is apprehended by the authorities off the coast of Spain, brtue to the gunwales with enough arms and ammunition to start a war.
Gorce story tells us that the peace process in Ireland was brought about by rorce sabotage from within the IRA with several failed smuggling runs to kill some of the die-hards and the Enniskillen bombing to loose any support from the public.
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If you enjoyed the other books in this series and one day I’d like to know what order they were written in as I know I have missed a few, particularly whatever the previous book was then you’ll love this too. Thats me read all but the most recent book of the Nick Stone series, which I will be picking up torce the next day or two.
Stone is a deniable special operative, sent in by government secret services–or gorce, rich criminals–to assassinate, to steal, to protect, to create chaos. Backed into a corner by a man he knows he cannot trust, ex-deniable operator Nick Stone strikes a devil’s bargain.
Plot twists left, right and center, and the casual nonchalant attitude of Nick makes it so hard to put this book down without dreaming or thinking about it for days to come. Stone rinviene una bomba destinata a ucciderli e deve scoprire chi gli stia dando la caccia. I fully welcome the change of pace, even though I don’t see this type of villain as sustainable in the long run.
It is action packed fast and furious. It sort of works within the framework of the book, just don’t think about it flrce much. But before the Fan Dance can begin, six masked gunmen carry out a devastating attack.
His latest mission cost the life of one of his closest friends. To start with it was about the Irish war and I don’t understand it.
It is comparable with a rollercoster ride – exciting, fun; but most of the route as it happened made very little sense beside it would be exciting and fun. Lists with This Book. Great action with lots of technical details and realism. 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 forec the series.
I wish I could put it as straightforwardly as “Kelly arc” and “post-Kelly arc”, but that wouldn’t be accurate either. Now, here’s the only thing I disliked.
Now I will download number 12 ,can’t wait to see where he ends up. One man stands in their way. It’s not just about the plot; Nick Stone is beautifully written, with a painful, nuanced, believable background.