Andy McNab {Read} Brute Force



10 thoughts on “Brute Force

  1. says:

    Well it's not often that I read the summary for a book and find that the PR guy who wrote the summary didn't actually read the book So first this correction Nick Stone's car does not erupt in flames On holiday in Ireland he

  2. says:

    I've read a lot of Thrillers over the years but none like this one I was gripped from page one It was my first Mcnab book and I was not aware that there were in the line with Nick Stone but boy was I excited to hear that thi

  3. says:

    Changes perspectives and style of writing too much for me This character acts all superior one second then acts like he's two years old the next The inner dialogue does not match the character at all

  4. says:

    The book I am reviewing is Brute Force by Andy McNab which is an excellent SAS thriller which I bought from a car boot sale This is another ins

  5. says:

    Realy enjoyed this book was very detailed without being overly complicated with military jargon Good story and easy to fol

  6. says:

    Once again Andy McNab writes a great book I really enjoy the factual fiction of the Troubles in Ireland Looking forward to reading on

  7. says:

    Great action with lots of technical details and realism

  8. says:

    Another great Nick Stone story I love the way Andy McNab writes

  9. says:

    Andy McNab is the master of the SAS book You know he's been there he's done that Brilliant

  10. says:

    Another excellent book in the Nick Stone series I'm not going to give anything away about what happens but my only problem with this book which is very minor is that the ending last few chapters felt a little rushedBut that's not really a problem as I love this series of books anyway and tomorrow evening or sh

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SUMMARY å SABLEYES.CO.UK ¹ Andy McNab

A cargo ship is apprehended by the authorities off the coast of Spain packed with enough arms and ammunition to start a warTwenty years later an unknown aggressor seems intent on taki Well it s not often that I read the summary for a book and find that the PR guy who wrote the summary didn t actually read the book So first this correction Nick Stone s car does not erupt in flames On holiday in Ireland he finds a bomb under the car removes it and takes it apart to analyze it This part incidentally is fascinating As Stone takes apart the bomb he describes the way it works how it is made and what constitutes a bombmaker s signatureAndy McNab writes terrific thrillers filled with stunningly authentic operational details It s not just about the plot Nick Stone is beautifully written with a painful nuanced believable background Stone is a deniable special operative sent in by government secret services or sometimes rich criminals to assassinate to steal to protect to create chaos McNab who clearly knows people like this makes him an introspective killer telling us how he gets through these operations trying to preserve his humanity forlornly wishing he had some kind of a family From book to book we learn details about Nick s past and about the kind of man who rises to the top of the Special Forces ranks

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Ex SAS tough resourceful ruthless highly trained is next on the killer's list He has only two options fight or flight but which do you choose when you don't know who you are up again Andy McNab is the master of the SAS book You know he s been there he s done that Brilliant

SUMMARY å SABLEYES.CO.UK ¹ Andy McNab

Ng out those responsible for the treachery one by one The last victim was brutally tortured with a Black Decker drill and then shot through the head at point blank rangeAnd Nick Stone The book I am reviewing is Brute Force by Andy McNab which is an excellent SAS thriller which I bought from a car boot sale This is another installment in the Nick Stone series about an ex SAS trooper and the covert jobs he does Andy of course was a sergaent in the SAS if you only read one book by him read Bravo Two Zero which is the true story about when he went on a mission in the First Gulf War and got captured by the Irais It is one of the greatest war books ever This book is great and features many delicious details about life as a covert operative only an ex special forces trooper would know The plot is Nick has been involved in a mission to sink a ship off Spain that is carrying lots of weapons bound for Northern Ireland use by the Provisional IRA The Libyans Gadaffi have supplied them They briefly capture Nick as he is helping plant the explosives but he gets away That was in 1987 Now in 2007 when the story continues the exoperatives involved in that operation are being murdered one by one by being tortured with a black decker drill and then shot Nick realises he is next When his partner and her daughter are kidnapped he realises he must go to Libya to rescue them He also has to change his identity He is accompanied by Lynn another covert op there is a happy ending and I daresay there will be seuels It s uite violent so you would probably not want children reading it It s a brilliant book though as one reviewer on the back page of the book put it other authors do there research but Andy has actually been there