Breaking Point In the year computers are the new superpowers Those who control them control the world To enforce the Net Laws Congress creates the ultimate computer security agency within the FBI the Net Forc

  • Title: Breaking Point
  • Author: Steve Perry Tom Clancy Steve Pieczenik
  • ISBN: 9780425176931
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • In the year 2000, computers are the new superpowers Those who control them control the world To enforce the Net Laws, Congress creates the ultimate computer security agency within the FBI the Net Force.Reeling from a shattered personal life, Net Force Commander Alex Michaels is informed that top secret information from a joint Air Force Navy venture has been accessed aIn the year 2000, computers are the new superpowers Those who control them control the world To enforce the Net Laws, Congress creates the ultimate computer security agency within the FBI the Net Force.Reeling from a shattered personal life, Net Force Commander Alex Michaels is informed that top secret information from a joint Air Force Navy venture has been accessed and downloaded The research involves an atmospheric weapon with the capability to drive half a country into madness using low frequency wave generation Now the technology has fallen into the wrong hands and testing has begun

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    1. The last 150 pages make good on the Tom Clancy name, but the first 200 are like a soap opera written for men. If you've been reading this series in order, you might be invested enough to care about these characters' personal lives, i.e. their romantic and familial relationships. If you come into it cold, however, the first half of BREAKING POINT will have you as bored as a ten-year-old watching C-SPAN.The excitement doesn't build so much as go from zero to sixty in five seconds flat. It takes fo [...]

    2. Not very good. Shallow characters, improbable situaton, deus ex machina ending. Good for when watching kids a beach: won't distract you enough to overlook them

    3. Breaking Point is about a team of FBI agents called Net Force. This story of a dangerous plot to rule the world has caught the attention of the Net Force. This book tells the story of cyber crime fighting. Breaking Point is a very violent and exciting chronology of the science of death and destruction.

    4. Another Tom Clancy has been written and once again I have read it as always. This book was not one of the greatest books that I have read from Tom Clancy but it was still a great book to read. What this book is about is about a scientist who develops a way to use a low frequency ray to mess with the minds of people all over the world. The director of Net Force must do all that he can to stop him from using this powerful tool, or selling it to the Chinese. It doesn't help that the scientist has h [...]

    5. In this book, the fourth of the Net Force series, Perry finally throws off much of Clancy's influence and heads straight for the mystical martial arts and spiritual stuff he's famous for. He still throws in the token cool new guns in each book (described carefully by name and features), and keeps the military mission at the end intact, but the missions are starting to tend more toward 1-1 martial arts tournaments, with the military taking a back seat.In this one, Alex is in deep trouble with Ton [...]

    6. This book was written in 2000, and imagined what the "net" of 2010 might be like. I'll admit, the views of the kooky visual virtual reality was pretty laughable when reading with the advantage of being in the year 2014, obviously that wasn't really the way things played out. Of course I understand, nobody could've seen the whole wireless / smart phones and tablets trend coming, and that completely changed the trajectory of future technology. Now, aside from the hokey look at the tech of the futu [...]

    7. Alex Michaels is the commander of NetForce and has the job of protecting the US from cyber attacks. This book is the last in the series of Net Force(I believe)and wraps up the series. In this book a Dr. has made a deal with the Chinese to manufacture a machine that will alter peoples minds through sound waves and environmental factors. The ultimate connection between NETFORCE and this Dr. is that half of the formula is published online and NETFORCE finds it but, the Chinese have already found it [...]

    8. ** "Breaking point" by Steve Perry is 4th in the Net Force series. Starts with Toni in England, ends with her pregnant and proposed to, epilogue to her as dieu ex machina. Per the formula, the book starts with death, a test of brain waves sent amok. A meek scientist hires an assassin mercenary leader for protection while he negotiates with the Chinese, to sell the weapon, and Net Force operatives intervene. Mostly live action, or tense threat of, and only some of Toni's martial arts jargon. Cast [...]

    9. Konečně! Změna! Už tu není megaloman, který chce ovládnout svět, ale naivní vědec, který chce prachy. Tohle sérii hodně pomohlo - vymanit se ze šablony, kdy už bylo předem jasné, co se bude dít.Pár zajímavých zvratů, ale hlavně extrémně sympatický a schopný nájemný ochránce/žoldák, pracující pro "záporáka". Net Force konečně maká tak, jak by měla. A vedení není parta supermanů, co zvládnou vše a nic nečekají na oplátku. Moc líbilo, začíná to b [...]

    10. As with all works of fiction, the authors throw in a mixture of fictional characters and situations into some real world locations and personalities. Copyrighted in October 2000, it is a book of what they thought the future, 2010 might be like. Now in September 2009, we realize that some things are more advanced and others have not reached to dreams the authors had for the future. This book kept me interested from the beginning to the end.

    11. An excellent continuation of the Net Force franchise. The authors had taken great strides to make the first few books in the series flow from one to the next. Look forward to reading Point of Impact next. It saddens me that with each Clancy book read, I am closer to finishing the Clancy collection. RIP.

    12. I stumbled over this book accidentally.I was actually looking for a sci-fi thriller and now I wish I should've rather read another book. Had no strength in story , lots of side-stories, lack of thrill, lengthy.I was tempted by the title of the book and the series is also familiar to me as I had played some games of Tom Clancy which was brilliant. Didn't knew that the book will be that poor.

    13. Not as suspenseful as I had hoped. I didn't really see a purpose for the romantic diversion. Locations sited in the book were interesting since some of them were my destination on this airplane trip out west.

    14. El relato mezcla la ciencia ficción con la amenaza tecnológica de los ordenadores y su agresividad anti humana, con el suspense de una novela de acción. El resultado no está muy conseguido, los personajes no transmiten credibilidad y la acción es falsa.

    15. The story fascinating It's not far from reality If it's possible to drive people mad that easy where will be the safest place

    16. Not my preferred reading. If you like the 'Executioner' you'll probably like this book. Not Clancy's writing at all.

    17. Why Tom Clancy's name is on this book I don't know. Sheer money grubbing and mass marketing. He is obviously a genious but this book will not prove it.

    18. Fun read. Ending was a bit abrupt, but other than that very interesting ideas. Fun to read about 2010 written in 2000.

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