Crisis Four - Andy McNab Reviews
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by - written on 06/09/11, updated on 08/09/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Crisis Four by Andy McNab == Plot == This is the second book in the Nick Stone series. Nick is a former SAS soldier, now working as a deniable operator for the British security services carrying out missions that no one else wants to do. At the start of the novel, Nick along with a few other colleagues are parachuting into Syria to kidnap a key lutenent of Osama Bin Laden. One of the people on the team is a lady called Sarah Greenwood who works for the security services. Sarah ends up shooting the source and after a firefight they manage to escape. The story then jumps three years ahead to the present (1998). He is told by his handlers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/00, updated on 27/07/00 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Fast paced, tightly written, action packed. This is a thriller with a difference - it's written by someone who can talk the talk because he's truly walked the walk. Andy McNab returns with his superb offering, "Crisis Four". The main character in the novel (as in his first novel, "Remote Control") is Nick Stone, an ex-SAS soldier now working as a "K" for British Intelligence deniable ops. He comes into contact with a lady who appears to be his only weakness - he has known her in the past and fell for her - for her steel will and incredible beauty. Stone is sent to hunt down and kill her. However, as always nothing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/01, updated on 04/02/01 (Very useful, 90 readings)
This was one of the first Andy McNab books I read all the way through, the other “Immediate Action”, I only initially read bits of because it was serialised in a paper ! I have since read that but it will be part of a separate review. Anyway, Crisis 4. Its full of action from Page 1 and despite my initial fear that it was going to be simply a repetitive description of one fight after another it does pan out into a very good story. He does manage to get plenty of action into the story but it is well balanced with more evenly paced sections where the bulk of the storyline develops and a very good story it is too. I wont spoil your enjoyment ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/02, updated on 20/12/02 (Very useful, 118 readings)
This is the second book in the bestselling series of military novels from Andy Mcnab who is himself Ex SAS. This gives Mcnab great insight into the military world which reflects well in his books. The main character, Nick Stone, is an Ex SAS man himself. He now works for an intelligence firm. He is constantly haunted by the tragic death of one of his friends and his family, all of them perished apart from his youngest daughter who is now Nick's foster child. In this book we see Nick drawn into a world of international terrorism and a plan to assasinate the president of the United States and an Arab leader. The book starts with Nick being dropped into ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/01, updated on 16/07/01 (Useful, 61 readings)
After seeing the film Bravo Two Zero as soon as i saw this book i HAD to buy it to find out what his writing was really like. I was supprised but at the same time humoured at the language he uses and the way he describes things! Plot - Very intresting book that makes u think all the way through and once u find out that thing it was the person u never thought it was! He keeps you going always wanting to read more! "In British military intelligence, deniable operations is the most dangerous tightrop you can walk. Ex-SAS man Nick Stone has no choice in the matter. He may be tough, resourcful, highly trained, but he still must do what his masters want, ... Read the complete review
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