Remote Control - Andy McNab Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552152358 / Author: Andy McNab / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Ex-SAS soldier Nick Stone is working in the USA as a K - an underground ... more
Remote Control - Andy McNab ... agent - when he sees a newscast about the Canary Wharf bombing. Tipped off by old friend Kev, Nick flies down to see him, only to find him brutally murdered. With unanswered questions about the murder, he must go on the run.
Newest Review: ... a mission in Gibraltar, alongside his best friend Kevin to stop the IRA from exploding some bombs on the island. Back in the ... more
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by - written on 27/08/11 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I listened to the audio book version but it should be the same as the print edition as it was unabridged. This is the first book in the Nick Stone series. As of this review, Andy McNab has written 13 novels in total, as part of the Nick Stone series. Like most of his novels, the title 'Remote Control', doesn't have anything to do with the main story apart from sounding military-like. At the beginning of the story, we get a flashback to 1988, when Nick Stone is in the SAS undertaking a mission in Gibraltar, alongside his best friend Kevin to stop the IRA from exploding some bombs on the island. Back in the present day, Nick Stone is now an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/00, updated on 06/08/00 (Useful, 29 readings)
Remote Control is a great fictional title from the writer of the true story Bravo Two Zero. Mcnab is an ex-SAS man and certainly knows his stuff. This novel is superb, it is fast paced and very realistic, being his first non-fiction title he done very well. It is about an ex-SAS man called Nick Stone who is now a 'K' working on deniable operations for the british government. Stone is following 2 IRA guys to America when he finds his friends family brutally murdered except for one little girl who he takes with him, he doesn't know who to trust, he goes on the run and the rest you will find out when you read this briiliant novel. For similair ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/00, updated on 27/07/00 (Very useful, 29 readings)
"Remote Control" by Andy McNab is a superb fictional tale from the ex-SAS soldier (at the time of leaving he was the most decorated serving British soldier). One of his first fictional works it certainly does not disapoint with a superb storyline and excellent pace. The story revolves around the main character, Nick Stone who works for British Intelligence on deniable (black) ops. Whilst abroad in the states he finds that a friend (also an ex-soldier, although in this case an American serviceman) has been brutally murdered alongside other members of his family. The only survivor is a yound daughter. Stone quickly realises that he is being chased ... Read the complete review
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