A new novel, “Tom Clancy: Full Force and Effect,” is said to be a book that will discuss possible global crises that may cause a nuclear war in the real world — a potential World War 3. This fictional text focuses on U.S. President Jack Ryan, who finds himself a target to be killed by the dictator of North Korea. USA Today News says this Sunday, October 30, 2014, that the new book is one of the hottest to hit the stands this week, is already trending online, and highlights three possible international conflict situations.
Authored by Mark Greaney, the “Tom Clancy: Full Force and Effect” book is expected to be a massive hit with its upcoming December release. Does it suggest that World War 3 is on the metaphorical horizon? Not quite, but the fictional novel does pose a set of three hypothetical “scenarios” that could arise at such a grand scale. The book will be available for everyone to purchase this December 2, so stay tuned for it.
In the text, fictional President Jack Ryan has been made a prime focus to be killed by the principal North Korean dictator. This foreign leader’s goal is to obtain a powerful nuclear missile that is potent enough to be launched overseas and devastate the U.S. nation. With gifted author Tom Clancy’s passing just last year, his works are being brought to fruition by Greaney, who worked as his co-author. Their previous work between Greaney and Clancy, “Support and Defend” was a recent Top Ten bestselling title as well.
Yet “Full Force and Effect: A Jack Ryan Novel” tackles real-world issues and prospective global concerns, argues the International Business Times News this week. The source site notes that with continued tensions in the Ukraine and with our Russian neighbors to the East, talk of World War 3 still remains a heated subject of conversation. Through his books, Tom Clancy and Mark Greaney discuss a possible 3 glimpses into how such conflicts — even that of a nuclear war among global powers — might arise in the future.
The upcoming fictional text, to be released this December, suggests that North Korea could be the impetus of such mass violence and a main cause of conflict. In the novel, the struggling Asian nation comes across an incredible store of minerals that brings financial success and growth to its people and North Korea as a whole. The dictator decides that with this newfound power, it is time to act. Readers of the Tom Clancy “Full Force and Effect” book will soon realize that the leader wishes to challenge the U.S., particularly the president — the returning Jack Ryan. This ongoing battle may eventually evolve into a nuclear war that aims to kill Ryan. The press release notes that author Greaney seems to model the North Korean president after Kim Jon Un, the current leader of the country.
Another popular novel, “Threat Vector,” pits President Ryan against China in a possible fight leading to World War 3. This case focuses on Beijing, China, facing persistent economic troubles that at last incites them to launch a subtle attack against the U.S. nation. Cyber infiltration and hacking are used by Chinese Special Forces in the attempt to destabilize the American government.
Finally, as the third of these “main causes” of war, “Command Authority” by Tom Clancy is a book that sets the U.S. President Jack Ryan against fictional leader of Russia, Valeri Volodin. As many readers may suspect, Volodin bears a number of similarities to that of Vladimir Putin. The appealing Russian leader in the piece wishes to invade the Ukraine and is stalwartly against the nations of the West. “Command Authority” consistently showcases the foreign president as one who intimidates others and wishes to use his political power for his country’s personal gain.
Are you looking forward to reading the “Tom Clancy: Full Force and Effect” book by Mark Greaney? This fiction novel looks to be a thrilling piece to be picked up by many across the U.S. nation. Yet a real World War 3 threat was mentioned just last month this 2014 by some sources that feared of rising strains between American and Russia. President Vladimir Putin has made it clear that he will not allow his country to be “threatened” by the U.S., noting that he has weapons of mass destruction available, but neither does he want to instigate any nuclear war with the West.