Editorial Reviews. Review. “Action and adventure at its explosive best.” — Belfast Telegraph Brute Force: (Nick Stone Thriller 11) by [McNab, Andy]. Another addictive corker from McNab” – Belfast Telegraph (UK) “Andy McNab in customary bone-crunching form” – The Good Book Guide About Andy McNab. Brute Force (Nick Stone, book 11) by Andy McNab – book cover, description, publication history.
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As the two find themselves pursued across sea and desert, they become ever more enmeshed in a deadly network of betrayal, to which Stone himself unwittingly holds the key. This part, incidentally, is fascinating.
Unfortunately this is the low point of this book.
You now have more to fear than just enemy soldiers. But what starts as a training mission in The Sandpit rapidly turns into a life or forcee struggle with Shepherd and his team very much in the firing line. Syrian radar — supposedlystate-of-the-art — had failed to warn of the incoming assault.
It is a great but violent thriller.
Brute Force (Nick Stone, book 11) by Andy McNab
Only a reporter’s swift action saves his life. Stephen Leather Narrated by: I fully welcome the change of pace, even though I don’t see this type of villain as sustainable in the long run.
A high-level internecine conflict at the dark heart of the resurgent Russian Empire and an assassin’s bullet on an isolated Alpine pass propel him from an apparently run-of-the-mill close-protection task into his most brutal and challenging mission yet.
Otherwise we’ll have nothing but recently-widowed-by-Stone’s-friend-in-battle-modelly-women-with-non-biological-little-girl-to-care-for left. Trained as a specialist in counter terrorism, prime t Andy McNab joined the infantry in as a boy soldier. He is also absurdly funny, something that is rarely mentioned. Didn’t get chance to finish as an audio book reasonable but predictable. He also has to change his identity.
Twenty years later an unknown aggressor seems intent on eradicating those responsible for the treachery one by one. The first book I have read of Andy McNab’s and I must say that it is action packed as well as telling the story well, giving good background on the characters especially as it is the 11th in the series. Backed into a corner by a man he knows he cannot trust, ex-deniable operator Nick Stone strikes a devil’s bargain. In his most daunting mission yet, Nick Stone must find a man who shared that past and who may know more about the present threat than he is prepared to reveal.
The enemy is unlike any others either. Dec 30, Willy rated it it was amazing. It’s so easy to read, meaning you sweep right through the pages, gripped by the story line and the dark humor.
Return to Book Page. But Carrie is over there and he simply can’t refuse the chance of a new life with the woman he loves. Devoid of the sub-plots linking the previous books the hide and seek nature of the series feels more prominent.
To ask other readers questions about Brute Forceplease sign up. Who wants him dead, and why? Good story and easy to follow all the way through.
Now I will download number 12 ,can’t wait to see where he ends up. Jun 23, Helen rated it liked it. Basically, nothing new but an enjoyable read for fans of the series and a good one to try if you haven’t read the series before.
If Nick Stone wasn’t so desperate for his American citizenship, he probably wouldn’t have agreed to do this one last job with the CIA. Mark Greaney Narrated by: Published inRemote Control was hailed as the most authentic thriller ever written and has sold over half a million copies in the UK. The plot, like most Andy McNab books, is not overly complex. Stone rinviene una bomba destinata a ucciderli e deve scoprire chi gli stia dando la caccia.
How he is always thinking one step ahead and working whatever clues he has!
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Andy McNab Narrated by: From book to mdnab, we learn more details about Nick’s past–and about the kind of man who rises to the top of the Special Forces ranks. They briefly capture Nick as he is helping plant the explosives but he gets away. Fogce 16, Paul rated it it was amazing. A cargo ship is apprehended by mcab authorities off the coast of Spain, loaded to the gunwales with enough arms and ammunition to start a war.
He has just returned from Moscow — still trying to come to terms with the fact that his girlfriend and baby son are safer there without him — so combines an unrivalled understanding of the Special Forces landscape with a detachment that should allow him to remain in cover. The story has a good plot and moves along at a really good place.
Andy McNab Narrated by: 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. However, it’s worthwhile to note that skipping a few books in the series and expecting the same experience will not work here. He served in B Squadron 22 SAS for ten years and worked on both covert and overt special operations worldwide, including anti-terrorist and anti-drug operations in the Middle and Far East, South and Central America and Northern Ireland.
It’s McNab’s keen eye for detail that drives his books forward, more so than the actual action itself. But before the Fan Dance can begin, six masked gunmen carry out a devastating attack.