Originally Posted by Roy Tucker
Got Tom Clancy's "Against All Enemies" from the library and read the first 50 pages or so. And quit.
I would have been really hacked if I would have paid money for this book. It's advertised as a Tom Clancy book but I'd say his input was minimal. The co-author (in about 8 pt font as opposed to Clancy's 72 pt) is Peter Telep.
I usually steer clear of these co-authored books (as I think they are pap and cashing in on an author's name) but this one had the appearance of a Clancy book. I hadn't heard of it, but thought I'd give it a try. My recommendation would be, don't even start it; it's lousy.
Did you read "Dead or Alive"? I read "Teeth of the Tiger" and thought it was very good. If it isn't very good I don't think I am going to even attempt to dive into it. It is huge and if its anything like Clancy it takes you about 200 pages to get all the background information before it really picks up.