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Sudden Threat In December CIA paramilitary operative Matt Garrett is mysteriously pulled from Pakistan as he closes in for the kill of Al Qaeda senior leadership and is reassigned to a low profile mission in

  • Title: Sudden Threat
  • Author: A.J. Tata
  • ISBN: 9781935142034
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In December 2001, CIA paramilitary operative Matt Garrett is mysteriously pulled from Pakistan as he closes in for the kill of Al Qaeda senior leadership and is reassigned to a low profile mission in the Philippines But as he sifts through the wreckage of a downed C 130 in the tangled jungle, he finds a dead U.S Special Forces paratrooper who is not supposed to be thereIn December 2001, CIA paramilitary operative Matt Garrett is mysteriously pulled from Pakistan as he closes in for the kill of Al Qaeda senior leadership and is reassigned to a low profile mission in the Philippines But as he sifts through the wreckage of a downed C 130 in the tangled jungle, he finds a dead U.S Special Forces paratrooper who is not supposed to be there and is thrown into a contest of wits and resiliency in the uncharted rainforests of Mindanao Manipulated by the secret plans of a powerful quartet of upper echelon Rolling Stones groupies in Washington, DC, Garrett and U.S Armed Forces establish their bona fides as true patriots on the cutting edge of freedom as they struggle for survival against the rising tide of Islamic extremism and the reemergence of the Empire of the Sun in the ever expanding Global War on Terror In the stunning prequel to his award winning novel Rogue Threat, A.J Tata creates an uncanny sense of presence on and off the battlefiel

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      Tony writes thriller fiction Kensington Books releases the first in the Chayton Jake Mahegan series February 15, titled Foreign and Domestic.

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    1. Sudden ThreatBy A. J. TataVariance PublishingISBN: 9781935142034402 PagesWhen a professional in any field is also an excellent writer, the result is an outstanding novel! Sudden Threat by Army Brigadier General A. J. Tata is evidence of that statement and certainly, in my opinion, a must-read for thriller fans!Sudden Threat presents an alternative history story with timely relevance. “Prime Minister Mizuzawa had chosen the proper course for his native landJapan could not let a few radical Musl [...]


    2. Have you ever wondered what it's like to be in battle - to see what our troops see? Sudden Threat will give you first hand experience! Written by active duty Brigadier General AJ Tata, you can't help but get pulled into the book's three storylines, each hit more intriguing than the last. Being compared to Tom Clancy (in some cases better than!), Tata's writing is sure to please any military fanatic out there!To see an interview with AJ Tata from Fox and Friends, visit the Sudden Threat book page [...]


    3. Tata is a retired Army General, that has also done well in civilian life in the public school system in NC and I believe Secretary of Transportation for NC. His stories are authentic, probably based on his military career, but also fun to read, with lot's of action. This book has it all, intrigue, political double talk, (probably more military experience) a rising global threat and covert options.


    4. Could this really happenVery good read and hard to put down the scenarios in this book are so realistic and thought provoking that with everything going on in our world today could these things come to be.



    5. In the end, I didn't really like this one. It had an interesting premise, but just didn't work on some level for me. I didn't think a lot of the conspiracies made sense, which in turn lead to a lot of the twists falling flat for me. A lot of named characters die in this book. I didn't care about a single one. Usually when a character died I was too busy rolling my eyes to care because, in this book, chances are that character's final words were "Kill them all, sir," or something to that effect. [...]


    6. This timely military thriller is an easy read in that it moves quickly and the plot has many twists and turns. Brothers, Zachary Garrett, a US Army captain and Matt Garrett, a CIA paramilitary operative are on assignments separately, in the fight against Islamic terrorism but end up being in the same part of the world as Matt is pulled from his assignment in Pakistan as he is very close to making a kill of al Queda senior leadership and is given an assignment in China and the Philliipines, while [...]


    7. AJ Tata has written a fast paced, extremely relevant book about the war in Iraq and the fight against Islamic terrorism, but even more than that has brought a thought provoking, timely book that questions our leaders and Washington. In a time where our country is very politically divided and unscrupulous politicians are being uncovered all of the time this book takes you right into the action on the battlefield and the story of two brave, high ranking military brothers, Matt and Zachary Garrett, [...]


    8. This is a military thriller that is so exciting. This book has so many characters and you get to see their point of view on what is happening in the story. Its right after the 9/11 attack and the U.S. is sending troops to Iraq and are trying to find Osama Bin Ladin in Afghanistan. Most of the book so far has taken place in the pacific islands especially the Philipines because the is a terrorist cell on the islands. There was a U.S. helicopter that crash and there were some Special Forces soldier [...]


    9. This book is a page turner, an outstanding first novel. Tata could use a more attentive editor. At one point the author details the colors of the SILK shirts worn by two characters. At a later point while detailing a combat situation, he identifies Alpha, Charlie, and Delta Companies and then "B" Company.


    10. Fairly entertaining series debut featuring the usual super agent.Immediately after 9/11, two competing factions try to pull America into war. One faction wants to go in Iraq, the other, The Phillipines. A faction of Japanese want to turn that country into a major power.Not bad, but perhaps too busy for its own good.


    11. This particular book has plenty of action that sometimes gets bogged down with too much detail. I guess this comes from an author that really knows his subject. The characters are believable and the plot is taken out of the headlines from the world's current situation.


    12. It came together at the end Way to much going on, way to many characters. Definitely not a book for a rookie reader. I will continue and read the entire series and keep you posted Overall a solid 3.5, give it a shot if you want a read you really have to stay on top of.


    13. Great job writing a military piece of fiction by my West Point classmate and now retired General A.J. Tata



    14. Pretty good book. A bit too much detail of some arcane items for my taste, but if you are into heavy military suspense fiction you'll probably like this.



    15. Liked the book on a whole. Good detail of how a battle happens. Hard to lose so many primary characters, but it is war.



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