Dark Waters

Dark Waters

Richard Dansky / Nov 18, 2019

Dark Waters At the tip of the spear of the US Army s unconventional warfare response forces stands a group of highly specialized and incredibly skilled Special Forces soldiers the GhostsDIVIDUALLY THEY ARE GREAT

  • Title: Dark Waters
  • Author: Richard Dansky
  • ISBN: 9781945210037
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • At the tip of the spear of the US Army s unconventional warfare response forces stands a group of highly specialized and incredibly skilled Special Forces soldiers the GhostsDIVIDUALLY, THEY ARE GREAT TOGETHER, THEY ARE UNBEATABLE When a group of renegade Venezuelan soldiers seize control of the no man s land in the middle of the ian Jungle, the Ghosts are tappAt the tip of the spear of the US Army s unconventional warfare response forces stands a group of highly specialized and incredibly skilled Special Forces soldiers the GhostsDIVIDUALLY, THEY ARE GREAT TOGETHER, THEY ARE UNBEATABLE When a group of renegade Venezuelan soldiers seize control of the no man s land in the middle of the Ama zonian Jungle, the Ghosts are tapped to get the US citizens being held hostage there out safely Newly promoted to team lead, Nomad finds himself going in country with two new squadmates, little prepa ration, dubious intel and no backup Still, they have no choice but to go in half blind as time is running short for the captives And when faced with a difficult choice deep in enemy territory, the Ghosts must learn to stand together as a team, or fail.Action packed and intense from beginning to end, this novel sets the stage for the upcoming video game Tom Clancy s Ghost Recon Wildlands.

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      • Richard Dansky

        By day, Richard Dansky works as a professional video game designer and writer for Red Storm Ubisoft, with credits on games like Splinter Cell Blacklist By night, he writes fiction, with his most recent book being the short fiction collection SNOWBIRD GOTHIC Richard lives in North Carolina with his wife and their inevitable cats, books, and collection of single malt whiskys.


    731 Comments

    1. Good story.Good story, helps elaborate the Ghost's relationship and personalities from the game. A few too many errors for me though.


    2. So first of all, since I am already halfway through the game when I stumbled across this book, it was rather obvious to me that (view spoiler)[all the Ghosts make it out alive, so it was just impossible to build as much tension (hide spoiler)]. But even leaving that aside, the story didn't really have a lot of unexpected stuff going on. Sure, (view spoiler)[Nomad being captured (hide spoiler)] was sort of unsettling, but then again, something just had to go massively wrong. But then in the end e [...]


    3. After finishing up the game, found there was a book about the team and how it was formed before the events of the game. The book stands by itself. You do not necessarily have to play the game to enjoy the book. Flushes out the characters back stories well. Only complaint I had was the use of actual names and call signs. It felt like it confused the author or editor as well with a misuse of a call sign a couple of times. The use of interludes for each characters back story in the middle of the ma [...]


    4. Really an Awesome ReadI can honestly say I really, really enjoyed reading this book. It was fun and exciting from the outset. More, please, right away!! The auth of r did everything right and I cannot wait for the next one. When us the next book scheduled? Sign me up now.


    5. It took some time for the story to build up momentum, but once it did the book was a worthwhile read. If you're playing the game, this book gives you some insight into the members of the team. I wouldn't mind reading another installment of Nomad's team.



    6. Pretty good story, interesting characters and setting. This guy is a video game writer, and I can see how it can read that way, but I enjoyed it and will look for his next.


    7. Ok, fast, readNot a bad tie in for the game, it goes down easy and it expands on the characters of the game. If you didn’t or won’t play the game, it still makes for a nice read


    8. OKActually a 2.5. Not a good Clancy book. Had to go back to this book inbetween reading other books. This Ghost team died.


    9. This book is mediocre, it's more of a filler for the release of the game telling how the Ghosts became a team. The character development isn't very good as I didn't care for them or the events which occurred throughout the book. It's definitely readable if you're a fan of the Ghost Recon series, books and games, but there's not much for any other reader to expect.


    10. Quick and exciting read but don't expect any epiphanies about life or deep meanings behind this prequel story to the game. The narrative follows Nomad prior to him being a team lead and up to the events leading to the beginning of the Wildlands game. As such, there is no real connection to Santa Blanca Cartel that is obvious. Also, myself not being a Ghost Recon follower apart from this game, I felt like there was some other characters that I should know from the history of the franchise that I [...]


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