Tom Clancy's Net Force #3: Night Moves

Tom Clancy's Net Force #3: Night Moves

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Tom Clancy's Net Force #3: Night Moves 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
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This was a great book for the 'Techies'. This book illistrates how future wars will be fought through the computer.. And can be just as deadly
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tom Clancy came out with another great book and a great series with that. I am a huge Clancy fan. I have read basically every book he has written, including Night Moves and Hidden Agendas in one day! You should definitely go out and purchase this one today. It has a great setting in 2010 when computers are the superpowers of the world. Alex Michaels is the main character in this techno-thriller. In this book, a computer genius is able to cause strokes to other people on virtual reality including one to Net Force's Jay Gridley. Net Force, a part of the FBI, is trying to crack down on this hacker and put an end to chaos worldwide. By the way, I'm tired of people putting reviews on that are just garbage, so if you don't have something important to say about the book, then don't waste your time.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't care what other people say about this book, i think it was great. I am a die-hard Clancy fan, mainly he does not write little girly books, but guy books. Clancy is the only author that I will read willingly because he is a great writer and writes the kind of stuff that most normal guys like to read. Maybe he goes into alot of detail, but it is needed. This was the first Net Force book I read and I liked it so much I bought the first two and loved them as well. If you don't like it, that's fine by me because Clancy is a good writer. Some other people that reviewed this book expected it to be like Ops Center, when it is a completely different series from Net Force.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The problem with this book is that it obviously did not receive as much attention as Clancys premier projects. The reading is fast (probably for the same reason) and easy. Its an ok book to pass the time but not something I wait for like his his Jack Ryan novels.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is awesome. Tom Clancy knows what he is talking about, and the action is fast paced and furious when it's about. He leaves time just for enough plot thickening and description, while also giving into some nice side stories which extend the book into (hopefully) future stories.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read NET FORCE, HIDDEN AGENDAS, and NIGHTMOVES. i personally would say that only a few things keeps a reader mesmerized in this book. But the ending is always exciting. But most the adventure and thrill are in the last chaper.... o well!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I started by reading this book (3rd book in the series) and it was so interesting that I bought and read the other 2 Netforce books. The authors do a good job of developing the characters and discussing the use of computer technology to track down the bad dudes ;-). I enjoyed the series because you got to know the characters and their interactions with one another. I hope they write a 4th book soon.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was my first Tom Clancy's Net Force book. It was so boring that I had to put in down when I read the first two chapters. The only best novel written by Tom Clancy is Rainbow Six. I don't recommend you to read the Tom Clancy's Net Force series.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book keep lagging on about stories that did not even include the main plot of the story. Many of them about some pretty dumb relationships. The ending was not as exciting as other Clancy books so to get to my point..Don't waste your time on this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Yes, this is another winner by Clancy, containing a little of everything for all readers. Action, romance, mystery... just enough to make you want more. My only gripe is that the ending is not fully resolved, and as my title says 'there better be another book' to follow up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The story line is quite predictable, containing little development of high technology ideas but instead reverting to side stories about puppy love and adult temptations. This book can be read within hours and leaves one wondering why the hours were wasted. Quite disappointing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked up the book expecting to read about a lot of over the top computer terminology and Internet functions. I was pleasantly surprised to find myself immersed with the events unfolding and with the character¿s lives. Clancy dose a remarkable job of illustrating the events that unfold by capturing the thoughts and feeling of he characters. Clancy, artfully is able to jump from character to character at just the right time, keeping the reader in anticipation. I thought it was a great read. I recommend it to anyone that is familiar with Clancy¿s work or has ever wondered what it could be like to be a covert government operative.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found the book exciting but depressing at the end.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this book,it was very suspenseful with lots of action.The reviewer that said the thrill is gone is totally wrong.To anyone who enjoys a realy good book,I reccomend this great book!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought that this book wasn't classic Clancy, but it was a good change of pace. I recommend that you read the whole Net Force series.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I did not like this book, and could not bring myself to finish it. Not only does this book bring out a lot of very old stereotypes such as 'bad British food,' 'well, they're the bloodly French, after all,' and 'why do you Brits have to drive on the left-hand side of the road?,' the book also uses this boiler-plate repeatedly. Enough! The characters spend a lot of time in office buildings. To be told about the architecture of the buildings, to endure very long pauses in the action, and to learn of the superficial, hackneyed personal rivalries of the characters, does not encourage me to keep turning the pages, or for that matter to buy another book like this.