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eBook Tenth Man Down epub
  • ISBN: 0753122170
  • Author: David Tarkenter,Chris Ryan
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Action & Adventure
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Isis; Abridged edition (June 1, 2003)
  • ePUB size: 1915 kb
  • FB2 size 1991 kb
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Not that most of Chris Ryan's books are not to some degree dark stories, but this Tenth Man Down was dark and disturbing to m.

but beware for all sorts of mishaps along the way!

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Geordie Sharp - 4 ). Chris Ryan. From the author of more than a dozen Sunday Times top ten bestselling thrillers, Tenth Man Down is a pulse-pounding story that sinks its teeth in and doesn't let go. When an SAS team is sent to train government troops in Karmanga, a poverty-stricken and war-torn republic in the dark heart of southern Africa, Geordie Sharp is caught up un the most dangerous and difficult assignment of his military career. When the SAS men see that the rebels are boosted by ex-US Navy SEAL mercenaries, they begin to sense a hidden agenda, and they know that things are going to get messy

When the SAS men see that the rebels are boosted by ex-US Navy SEAL mercenaries, they begin to sense a hidden .

When the SAS men see that the rebels are boosted by ex-US Navy SEAL mercenaries, they begin to sense a hidden agenda, and they know that things are going to get messy. Пользовательский отзыв - EuanTheBoy97 - LibraryThing. Good book with a brill storyline!! Читать весь отзыв.

by. Ryan, Chris, 1961-. Thrillers, Fiction - Espionage, Thriller, Great Britain. Special Air Service, Mercenary troops. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on April 23, 2012. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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Tenth man down is the best book I have ever read its a cracker breath taking and "as hard as nails". I've read two of Chris Ryan's books (also Kremlin Device), and he is easily the most pithy bone crunching action writer around. In fact, he reminds me of a young Wilbur Smith.

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Sent to train government troops in Kamanga, Geordie is to reclaim a lucrative African diamond mine held by Kamanga rebels and escape the evil spell of a Sin'ganga or witch doctor. As Sharp and his men move in, they discover the rebels are being supported by ex-US Navy SEAL mercenaries. As they try and uncover the hidden agenda, Sharp is taken prisoner. Is he the tenth and last of the predicted victims?
Comments: (7)
Huston
This book is ok, but not one of Chris Ryan's best books. Maybe it's because of the African setting...which is actually quite well done, he writes about the realities of Africa quite accurately...I was just hoping for something else. It just wasn't his best work, but it's not bad.
Akirg
This book was the last in the Geordie series and was a very dark, depressing story. Not that most of Chris Ryan's books are not to some degree dark stories, but this Tenth Man Down was dark and disturbing to me. While reading the book I felt a wierd sensation come over me. I have read a lot of Chris Ryan's books and have more to go, which I have already purchased, but I had to take some time off from Chris to let all of the negative emotions and darkness to settle down in me, before I read more.
Yozshujind
absurd. I have read almost every one of Mr. Ryan's books, but something happened with this one. I don't want to speculate, but this not his best work.
The Rollers of Vildar
A little drawn out for my liking but interesting dialogue.
breakingthesystem
Excellent read. Never a dull moment.
Gholbirius
Love the show Strike Back and as soon as I found out what the show was based on, I had to get Mr. Ryan's books! I love the books just as much as the series. Mr. Ryan's books are just as exciting as the show.
Timberahue
Simple. Exciting. Straightforward. And just bloody well gets on with it. Someone described it as 'hard as nails' and they're absolutely right. I've read two of Chris Ryan's books (also Kremlin Device), and he is easily the most pithy bone crunching action writer around. In fact, he reminds me of a young Wilbur Smith. Add to that his real understanding of SAS type covert operations, mercenaries, power-crazy cannibals and every other type of pleasant evil-boosted character you can think of - and you'll quickly demand "Geordie' to soon start thinning them out at her Majesty's service. Ryan's writing is so stark and minimal it's a bit like someone whispering an hair-raising tale straight into your ear. A real crackerjack. Ryan writes it straight. So don't expect happy every-lose-end-tied-up-endings! A totally recommended read for anyone fed up with that pansy tripe dished out from the other side of the pond! Keep at it Chris - no one does it better than you mate!
Geordie is sent to Kamanga in Africa by the SAS to bolster the local government army by training their select Alpha Commando. But soon it becomes clear that Alpha is preparing for a particular operation: an attack on Gutu, a diamond mine in the south of the country captured by rebel forces the previous year. It is in planning this that they needed the SAS's help although the team's orders were to act as advisers only and not to get involved in any fighting.
Things take on a dramatic turn when the team accidentally run into a group of children killing a ten year old boy. So when the local sin'ganga - the witch doctor - predicts that ten men will die to repay the boy's every year of life, the SAS team start to feel distinctly uneasy...
The book is nicely read by David Tarkenter for ISIS Publishing.
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