Equilibrio de Poder by Tom Clancy, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Diplomáticos españoles y agentes secretos norteamericanos detectan la organización de un complot diseñado para hacer saltar por los aires el orden interno. Read Equilibrio de poder book reviews & author details and more at tom clancy has the uncanny ability of capturing the hypothetical (but very.
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It didn’t have the Tom Clancy feel to it. Aug 30, Jim rated it really liked it. Like several books before it, Balance of Power is another Op-Center book with an intriguing plot idea but for once Jeff Rovin writes the characters and narrative to carry it instead of undermining it like the three previous installments.
This book holds the dubious honor of being the only one I’ve ever thrown to the recycling bin.
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This book resembles Spanish politics about as much as a giant George W. Good book – very consistent in the Op-Center series – see more characters get developed and nice to see previous stories still playing a role. If you have ever lived in Spain you will probably be interested in this book. Paperbackpages.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. With one of their own killed and a NATO ally tilting between violently separating and a totalitarian regime, Op-Center must do everything in their power with the help of local Interpol officers to contain the situation.
Other books in the series. I read it years ago, and I’d like to read it again!
Balance of Power
Sep 14, Aitziber rated it did not like it Shelves: Sep 01, S. Es distraido, pero no muy bueno.
Refresh and try again. Dec 06, Shirley Yant rated it it was amazing. After reading Breaking Point, I was looking through my books and found Balance of Power and noticed my bookmark. But with the fate of Spain in peril their is plenty of good material to go through!
Clancy brings high octane adventure with plenty of descriptive details. Plenty of action, nice reading adventure. While Spain was a great place to live, and one of my favorite places I’ve lived, it was also a deadly place for people of power, such as Spanish Military Generals to live.
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Equilibrio de Poder
Feb 26, Ray Pletcher rated it really liked it. He plays with the emotions of an White House worker I believe who doesn’t spend enough time with his family. Another great Tom Clancy adventure. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. They still hold true some 20 years later and I enjoy hearing them talk about high tech items like flip phones and dial up computers: Dec 31, Jonathan Webb rated it really liked it.
Heavy with the male middle-aged equilibrko of ‘my wife has taken the kids because I works too much’.
There was a lot of technical jargon about the Op centre cpancy, and their toys to try and set that whole we’re good and we have the best toys atmosphere but the whole personal angles ruined it. The characters were easy to fall in love with and follow, along with the story. Now all fears are confirmed.
This book also has political facts wrong: Poorly written The author does not have a clue equilibril the Spanish language or culture.
I wouldn’t have touched it again with a stick.
Balance of Power (Tom Clancy’s Op-Center, #5) by Jeff Rovin
The General and his troops are finally defeated by the Striker unit. A Spanish General attempts to start a Spanish Civil war and his loyal troops are poised to take over the government of Spain. This is a book of fiction, so these events are fictional, but the underlying story is about the ethnic groups that make up the country we know as Spain.
It’s an amazing political novel that takes you deep into Spanish politics.
Have read some Clancy but this was my first Op-Center novel and I was afraid I would be missing key points from the first 4 books. Certain well-placed Spanish diplomats sense it.
Before they can, an Op-Center representative is assassinated in Madrid on her way to a top secret diplomatic meeting. Books by Jeff Rovin. That being said, I had other motives for wanting to read this book.