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Sam Fisher Must Save One Man S Life To Save His Own Country Eccentric Billionaire Igor Kasperov Owns One Of The Most Influential And Successful Anti Virus Software Companies In The World But When The Kremlin Orders Him To Unleash A Catastrophic Computer Virus Against The United States, He Is Forced To Flee For His Life Sam Fisher And Fourth Echelon Are Charged With Finding Kasperov And Presenting The American President S Offer For Political Asylum Because There Are Others Looking For Kasperov And The Only Thing They Will Offer Him Is A Swift Death AN ALL NEW ADVENTURE FEATURING SAM FISHER Based On Ubisoft S Bestselling Game, Tom Clancy S Splinter Cell


10 thoughts on “Blacklist Aftermath (Tom Clancys Splinter Cell, #7)

  1. Liam Liam says:

    Could have been a shameless cash in and was half expecting it to be, however thanks to a generously long story line and some nice touches it scrapes 4 stars for me.


  2. Stunt Stunt says:

    Garbage.


  3. Quentin Wallace Quentin Wallace says:

    4.5 StarsThis was possibly the best of the Splinter Cell novels A Russian software genius is ordered to unleash the worst computer virus ever created onto the world by a rogue group of billionaires He refuses and finds himself on the run, which brings Sam Fisher in to save him There s muchto the plan however, as the computer virus was only the first step and nuclear terrorism was to follow So Sam and his team race to stop all of this from coming to pass, literally trave...


  4. Mojofiction Mojofiction says:

    I picked this book up on a whim and I don t remember why But, like the forging of the one ring, some things cannot be undone.Let s be clear, this book has a target audience, which is 15 year old males, because grown men like me shouldn t be playing video games See, I remember being 15 and reading Don Pendleton s Mack Bolan, who was a super secret agent type person with carte blanche to do whatever was necessary to construct super awesome action sequences of immense, consequence free Hollywood I picked this book up on a whim and I don t remember why But, like the...


  5. Utkarsh Dwivedi Utkarsh Dwivedi says:

    And there ends another epic story I really, really, REALLY want a game on this.Peter Telep, the plot, at least for me, was absolutely epic At first I thought what the hell would a virus do to destroy a country, no matter how strong the virus may be, but then when it was revealed that the virus was just the first stage of the ...


  6. Traze Traze says:

    Had low expectations for this book but was pleasantly surprised A riveting tale of political intrigue, covert counter terrorism ops and heightened tensions between the east and the west in the style of the curr...


  7. Antonio Grasso Antonio Grasso says:

    This was an excellent reading Sam Fisher is back, and the author takes a refreshing approach in the writing of the story Forget too many details about Fisher s krav maga movements e.g he moved his leg 20 degrees up and 2 inches left, etc , and enjo...


  8. Kit Lee Kit Lee says:

    An amazing follow up to the Blacklist game storyline Had a blast reading it I finished this shortly after reading a Bond book and Aftermath certainly has its own flair Kasparov is a great character Snow Maiden is one of the most interesting Russian ...


  9. Guy Gonzalez Guy Gonzalez says:

    Entertaining fan service for Splinter Cell geeks, something I m becoming since playing the excellent Blacklist Peter Telep delivers a solid technothriller that picks up where the game left off, fleshing out the main cast of ...


  10. Matthew Frerichs Matthew Frerichs says:

    This book is like an AC DC in that is exactly what it looks like and nothing deeper That is what I needed and it was a great break from those heavy foreign written novels ever popular today I like those toobut this book had a good pace and the series seems viable