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  • Series: Tom Clancy's Endwar (Book 1)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (February 5, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425222144
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425222140
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.9 x 7.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #758,029 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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56 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Timson on February 10, 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
"David Michaels" gives us a book very different from its predecessors—which, given the source material, is perhaps to be expected.

As the tagline on the stepback suggests, this is intended to be a novel of a near-future (2020) World War III. The book starts with the war having already begun; this is not the tale of the war, but rather one event set against its backdrop.

It's told in traditional Clancy style, unlike the Splinter Cell novels by this pseudonym; that is, this is a wide-ranging tale, seen from multiple viewpoints ranging from the President of the United States down to the boots on the ground. Unlike recent books by Clancy himself, it doesn't spend overlong indulging on the technology the combatants are using; it's accepted as fait accompli, giving the book a much faster pace than seen in Clancy's own works.

Perhaps the only fault is that self-same pace; there's not much time to explore the large cast of characters in much detail. But even though we don't necessarily see every facet of there character here, there's still a sense that there's more to them beyond what's on the page; that sense certainly helps give them depth.

If you're a fan of Clancy's early works, I'd suggest going ahead and giving EndWar a try. It offers the scope of his later works without the bloat, giving you exactly what it says on the tin: a fast-paced Clancy-like story set during World War III.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Justin S. Schumaker on June 22, 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
David Michaels creates a gripping narrative in EndWar dragging the reader along for a tumultuous ride. Each page drips with action that you can scarcely put it down.

The diverse points of view give the reader a glimpse into the scope of the massive conflict Michaels' manipulates. Each character shows little hints of emotion. The multitude of narratives works in the novels favor truly allowing Michaels to create the tensions a global conflict would
elicit from the armed forces.

Military technology plays a critical role in the war of the future, and moments where Michaels has the opportunity to explore the weapons are a true delight for any reader. The writing around these future weapons gives them a sense of reality.

EndWar presents the future of war with pages of intense action and characters full of emotion and resolve. For any fan of Clancy or futuristic warmongering, EndWar is an absolute must and a true delight.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Draevnn Motkova on May 16, 2008
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This was my first David Michaels (Clancy) novel and it worked for me. It was a fast paced story that involved many characters, some that were not well developed (but some died quick and did not need a lot of development). In fact, it was so interesting that I found myself skimming over the titles and names being more interested in the core characters.

Reading the book as a story rather than looking for a lot of character development presented me with my "first Clancy" and a taste for more!!! Just the first line on the novel's back panel had me heading to the front of Borders, "In a devastating nuclear exchange, Saudi Arabia and Iran have destroyed each other"; I had to see what happened next!

I was pleased to find that the author presented females with great respect; the most core character is female and I was pulling for her the entire read. I'm not sure the Canadian leadership would be stand-offish to engage the enemy, that alone seems to be a point that would rile the masses.

Not having read any other Clancy novels, I've got nothing to compare EndWar with, I enjoyed the book and will watch for subsequent reads that might lend more information to "What is Operation 2659? Who is Snegurochka?"; and to whether the operation has even started.

All-in-all, a nice read that I'm still thinking about. IT COULD HAPPEN!!!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mace & Lacey Gannon on March 1, 2008
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Tom Clancy's newly-developed series ENDWAR we gave a 3.5 star rating, and is the best and biggest case scenario thus far. Definately author David Michaels's best written novel to date.

My wife and I have read everything concerning novels pertaining to WWIII scenarios, and although ENDWAR isn't the best, it is by far not the worst. If anything, it is a breath of fresh air in this genre.

As readers probably have already read in other reviews, the somewhat weak points in this new series is character development. With only 400 pages to cover this, and with such a vast array of characters, it does well enough. But descriptions of so many characters were scarce, so a couple of them 'looked' and 'sounded' the same. That was a problem that needs to be addressed in future volumes.

But overall, ENDWAR is never boring, and has a couple of memorable bad guys, one a secret agent Russian woman, the other, her past lover, Colonel Doletskaya, who is eccentric and makes a wonderful bad guy to the very end. Good stuff, that!

They mystique of the novel is its strength, and some of the action sequences are pretty solid, even though we've read better. But David Michael's action sequences are varied, from submarines, to ground warfare, to air battles. (The submarines we found the most boring.) The aerial battles with the cool Major Stephanie Halverson were excellent.

The novel is fresh and fast-paced. We will definately come back for the sequel. After having tried several of Tom Clacy's books, followed by daid Michaels, we are glad that it was Michaels that penned this new one.

If you like futuristic military action/adventure, then ENDWAR should fill your reading needs nicely.
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