Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist Aftermath


Title:            Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist Aftermath

Author:        Peter Telep

Telep, Peter (2013). Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist Aftermath. New York: Berkley Books

LCCN:    2014656199

PS 3570 .E447 T665 2013

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Notes

  • “Based on Ubisoft’s bestselling game, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell”–Back cover.

Date Posted:      June 7, 2017

Review from Amazon[1]

Peter Telep has presented a series of edge of the chair excitement and intrigue that are real page turners. There are a few similarities between the Splinter Cell series and the Endwar series. I have read both series and thoroughly enjoyed each one. Aftermath is the latest and it keeps you involved from the first page to the last. The only confusion that I have is the involvement of the Snow Maiden here and in The Missing (Endwar). I had just finished Missing before reading Aftermath. The final disposition of the Snow Maiden is different in each story. Keeping them separated was a challenge, but did not detract from either story. If you like lots of action on the international stage, then these two series are great reads. Even though Tom Clancy is no longer with us, his legacy is being carried on ably by Mr. Telep. Keep them coming.

[1] By Bob Oursleron (August 17, 2014) on Amazon.

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