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u/gadgetguy606 · 4 pointsr/books

Without Remorse is probably the best story and character plot line. This book was actually fantastically interesting to read instead of Clancy's usual war stories (which are also great for a quick read.) Of all Clancy's books, Without Remorse is the only one that I have gone back and read a second, and third time.

http://www.amazon.com/Without-Remorse-Tom-Clancy/dp/0425143325

u/elNarco · 1 pointr/booksuggestions

Yeah it can be a bit dense, particularly with the military jargon. I tackled it in high school, and if it weren't for the fact that I regarded it as this big, adult novel, I wouldn't have persevered. I hadn't yet read a book that seemed to tell so many stories simultaneously!

But I recall -- during my second attempt, I believe -- that I was suddenly aware of all the different threads and who everyone was. And I was utterly, irretrievably, hooked. Now I think of Clancy as an author who writes for those of us with short attention spans, despite the intimidating length of his novels.

But as a first Clancy book, I would really recommend Without Remorse. It's a page turner without all the military-speak of Red October.

As an aside, I'm reading Red Storm Rising right now, and while my Kindle doesn't have page numbers, per se, it tells me that, at my current reading rate, I have 28 hours left in the book. Lol.

u/tyhopkin · 1 pointr/Rainbow6

If you have never read the R6 book, but want to, I highly suggest you start with Without Remorse first.

u/dwntwnleroybrwn · 0 pointsr/todayilearned

If you liked it check out the book Without Remorse by Tom Clancy. Everyone I've talked to agrees that Taken is based on the book.