Oath of Office

Oath of Office

The fall of the Iranian government presents unexpected danger to President Jack Ryan in the latest entry in the #1 New York Times -bestselling Tom Clancy series. President Jack Ryan preaches caution when the prospects for a Persian Spring excite the rest of the world. His is the lone Western voice urging watchfulness. As he says, "Sometimes it's better to have all the The fall of the Iranian government presents unexpected danger to President Jack Ryan in the latest entry in the #1 ...

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Title:Oath of Office
Author:Marc Cameron
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:B07BJM9FW4
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:518 pages pages

Oath of Office Reviews

  • Nick Brett
    Dec 27, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

  • Chuck
    Dec 27, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

    I think this would have been a five star had I been able to read it in a shorter amount of time. Spreading it out over a month had me going back to try to remember what I read previously. Marc Cameron continuing where Mark Greany left after after Mr. Clancy?s death. The story has the...

    I must admit i do like Jack Ryan as a character and i have enjoyed seeing his development through this series. I will hold my hands u and say i have not read all the books in the series, but it is a set of books that i can jump into as and when i please and when doing so i am always gu...

    With President Jack Ryan facing battles on many fronts, at home and abroad, his enemies start to move in and try to take advantage of him not noticing. Another intricate spy thriller, including the Campus operatives, as we come to expect. I liked the book but feel a little bit cheated ...

    Another suspenseful entry in the popular Tom Clancy franchise. The author takes us on a globe-hopping journey from Washington DC to the coast of Portugal to the Levant. The usual cast of characters are involved, and Jack Junior spends some time reflecting on past romantic trysts. The R...

    One of the better books in this 'Tom Clancy' series that were not written by Tom Clancy. Either the author is getting better at writing in the TC vein or I'm starting to accept a lesser standard that that established by TC himself. More Russian plots against 'the West' using stolen nu...

    A pretty good story, but there were some continuity problems. On several occasions, something was discovered, and in the next chapter, everyone knew about it, even though there was no dialog indicating that the information had been communicated. Then, there's the problem with Jack Jr...

  • Greer Andjanetta
    Jan 13, 2019

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

    I think this would have been a five star had I been able to read it in a shorter amount of time. Spreading it out over a month had me going back to try to remember what I read previously. Marc Cameron continuing where Mark Greany left after after Mr. Clancy?s death. The story has the...

    I must admit i do like Jack Ryan as a character and i have enjoyed seeing his development through this series. I will hold my hands u and say i have not read all the books in the series, but it is a set of books that i can jump into as and when i please and when doing so i am always gu...

    With President Jack Ryan facing battles on many fronts, at home and abroad, his enemies start to move in and try to take advantage of him not noticing. Another intricate spy thriller, including the Campus operatives, as we come to expect. I liked the book but feel a little bit cheated ...

    Another suspenseful entry in the popular Tom Clancy franchise. The author takes us on a globe-hopping journey from Washington DC to the coast of Portugal to the Levant. The usual cast of characters are involved, and Jack Junior spends some time reflecting on past romantic trysts. The R...

    One of the better books in this 'Tom Clancy' series that were not written by Tom Clancy. Either the author is getting better at writing in the TC vein or I'm starting to accept a lesser standard that that established by TC himself. More Russian plots against 'the West' using stolen nu...

  • Cynthia
    Dec 26, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

  • Tony Nielsen
    Nov 21, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

  • Terence M
    Jan 07, 2019

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

  • Mike Kennedy
    Jan 03, 2019

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

    I think this would have been a five star had I been able to read it in a shorter amount of time. Spreading it out over a month had me going back to try to remember what I read previously. Marc Cameron continuing where Mark Greany left after after Mr. Clancy?s death. The story has the...

  • Ben
    Dec 12, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

  • Ed
    Dec 10, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

  • Rick
    Dec 12, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

    I think this would have been a five star had I been able to read it in a shorter amount of time. Spreading it out over a month had me going back to try to remember what I read previously. Marc Cameron continuing where Mark Greany left after after Mr. Clancy?s death. The story has the...

    I must admit i do like Jack Ryan as a character and i have enjoyed seeing his development through this series. I will hold my hands u and say i have not read all the books in the series, but it is a set of books that i can jump into as and when i please and when doing so i am always gu...

    With President Jack Ryan facing battles on many fronts, at home and abroad, his enemies start to move in and try to take advantage of him not noticing. Another intricate spy thriller, including the Campus operatives, as we come to expect. I liked the book but feel a little bit cheated ...

    Another suspenseful entry in the popular Tom Clancy franchise. The author takes us on a globe-hopping journey from Washington DC to the coast of Portugal to the Levant. The usual cast of characters are involved, and Jack Junior spends some time reflecting on past romantic trysts. The R...

    One of the better books in this 'Tom Clancy' series that were not written by Tom Clancy. Either the author is getting better at writing in the TC vein or I'm starting to accept a lesser standard that that established by TC himself. More Russian plots against 'the West' using stolen nu...

    A pretty good story, but there were some continuity problems. On several occasions, something was discovered, and in the next chapter, everyone knew about it, even though there was no dialog indicating that the information had been communicated. Then, there's the problem with Jack Jr...

    Oath of Office is the twenty-six book in the Jack Ryan Universe series. This can be read as a standalone even though it involves characters from previous books. There is violence. Marc Cameron has done a good job of continuing the Jack Ryan series after the death of Tom Clancy. As is u...

    Really enjoy Marc Cameron books. Didn't skim through anything, even if it was long. A little confusing at times to combine all story lines into big picture. Jack's ex GF Ysabel is in Iran. Her FB post with a baby was a fake. She calls Jack for help with a Russian trying to help her. ...

    Very disappointing This novel was very disappointing. One can definitely tell Tom Clancy is not writing the books anymore. There were far too many characters and side plots. I spent most of the novel trying to figure out what was going on. I would reread one of the original Clancy ...

    Another great story from Marc Cameron. With the US besieged by domestic issues, radical forces try to take advantage. Nuclear missiles, arms dealers, shady spies, an individual out of Jack Ryan Jr.'s past is just a small part of this complex tale of espionage. If you are a citizen of t...

  • Garry Thompson
    Dec 25, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

    I think this would have been a five star had I been able to read it in a shorter amount of time. Spreading it out over a month had me going back to try to remember what I read previously. Marc Cameron continuing where Mark Greany left after after Mr. Clancy?s death. The story has the...

    I must admit i do like Jack Ryan as a character and i have enjoyed seeing his development through this series. I will hold my hands u and say i have not read all the books in the series, but it is a set of books that i can jump into as and when i please and when doing so i am always gu...

    With President Jack Ryan facing battles on many fronts, at home and abroad, his enemies start to move in and try to take advantage of him not noticing. Another intricate spy thriller, including the Campus operatives, as we come to expect. I liked the book but feel a little bit cheated ...

    Another suspenseful entry in the popular Tom Clancy franchise. The author takes us on a globe-hopping journey from Washington DC to the coast of Portugal to the Levant. The usual cast of characters are involved, and Jack Junior spends some time reflecting on past romantic trysts. The R...

    One of the better books in this 'Tom Clancy' series that were not written by Tom Clancy. Either the author is getting better at writing in the TC vein or I'm starting to accept a lesser standard that that established by TC himself. More Russian plots against 'the West' using stolen nu...

    A pretty good story, but there were some continuity problems. On several occasions, something was discovered, and in the next chapter, everyone knew about it, even though there was no dialog indicating that the information had been communicated. Then, there's the problem with Jack Jr...

    Oath of Office is the twenty-six book in the Jack Ryan Universe series. This can be read as a standalone even though it involves characters from previous books. There is violence. Marc Cameron has done a good job of continuing the Jack Ryan series after the death of Tom Clancy. As is u...

    Really enjoy Marc Cameron books. Didn't skim through anything, even if it was long. A little confusing at times to combine all story lines into big picture. Jack's ex GF Ysabel is in Iran. Her FB post with a baby was a fake. She calls Jack for help with a Russian trying to help her. ...

    Very disappointing This novel was very disappointing. One can definitely tell Tom Clancy is not writing the books anymore. There were far too many characters and side plots. I spent most of the novel trying to figure out what was going on. I would reread one of the original Clancy ...

    Another great story from Marc Cameron. With the US besieged by domestic issues, radical forces try to take advantage. Nuclear missiles, arms dealers, shady spies, an individual out of Jack Ryan Jr.'s past is just a small part of this complex tale of espionage. If you are a citizen of t...

    Three and stars. Too many moving parts, too many actors, too many locations! Typical Clancy novel, but this one stretches the model. This book was difficult to start: for the first half of the story, I was tempted to put it back on the shelf. However, I am glad I finished it, but i...

  • Susan
    Dec 03, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

    I think this would have been a five star had I been able to read it in a shorter amount of time. Spreading it out over a month had me going back to try to remember what I read previously. Marc Cameron continuing where Mark Greany left after after Mr. Clancy?s death. The story has the...

    I must admit i do like Jack Ryan as a character and i have enjoyed seeing his development through this series. I will hold my hands u and say i have not read all the books in the series, but it is a set of books that i can jump into as and when i please and when doing so i am always gu...

    With President Jack Ryan facing battles on many fronts, at home and abroad, his enemies start to move in and try to take advantage of him not noticing. Another intricate spy thriller, including the Campus operatives, as we come to expect. I liked the book but feel a little bit cheated ...

    Another suspenseful entry in the popular Tom Clancy franchise. The author takes us on a globe-hopping journey from Washington DC to the coast of Portugal to the Levant. The usual cast of characters are involved, and Jack Junior spends some time reflecting on past romantic trysts. The R...

    One of the better books in this 'Tom Clancy' series that were not written by Tom Clancy. Either the author is getting better at writing in the TC vein or I'm starting to accept a lesser standard that that established by TC himself. More Russian plots against 'the West' using stolen nu...

    A pretty good story, but there were some continuity problems. On several occasions, something was discovered, and in the next chapter, everyone knew about it, even though there was no dialog indicating that the information had been communicated. Then, there's the problem with Jack Jr...

    Oath of Office is the twenty-six book in the Jack Ryan Universe series. This can be read as a standalone even though it involves characters from previous books. There is violence. Marc Cameron has done a good job of continuing the Jack Ryan series after the death of Tom Clancy. As is u...

  • Kimothy
    Dec 01, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

    I think this would have been a five star had I been able to read it in a shorter amount of time. Spreading it out over a month had me going back to try to remember what I read previously. Marc Cameron continuing where Mark Greany left after after Mr. Clancy?s death. The story has the...

    I must admit i do like Jack Ryan as a character and i have enjoyed seeing his development through this series. I will hold my hands u and say i have not read all the books in the series, but it is a set of books that i can jump into as and when i please and when doing so i am always gu...

  • Will
    Dec 18, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

  • Liz
    Dec 09, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

  • Jean
    Dec 06, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

  • Jim Misko
    Jan 11, 2019

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

  • Jamie Bowen
    Jan 12, 2019

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

    I think this would have been a five star had I been able to read it in a shorter amount of time. Spreading it out over a month had me going back to try to remember what I read previously. Marc Cameron continuing where Mark Greany left after after Mr. Clancy?s death. The story has the...

    I must admit i do like Jack Ryan as a character and i have enjoyed seeing his development through this series. I will hold my hands u and say i have not read all the books in the series, but it is a set of books that i can jump into as and when i please and when doing so i am always gu...

    With President Jack Ryan facing battles on many fronts, at home and abroad, his enemies start to move in and try to take advantage of him not noticing. Another intricate spy thriller, including the Campus operatives, as we come to expect. I liked the book but feel a little bit cheated ...

  • Mari
    Dec 14, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

    I think this would have been a five star had I been able to read it in a shorter amount of time. Spreading it out over a month had me going back to try to remember what I read previously. Marc Cameron continuing where Mark Greany left after after Mr. Clancy?s death. The story has the...

    I must admit i do like Jack Ryan as a character and i have enjoyed seeing his development through this series. I will hold my hands u and say i have not read all the books in the series, but it is a set of books that i can jump into as and when i please and when doing so i am always gu...

    With President Jack Ryan facing battles on many fronts, at home and abroad, his enemies start to move in and try to take advantage of him not noticing. Another intricate spy thriller, including the Campus operatives, as we come to expect. I liked the book but feel a little bit cheated ...

    Another suspenseful entry in the popular Tom Clancy franchise. The author takes us on a globe-hopping journey from Washington DC to the coast of Portugal to the Levant. The usual cast of characters are involved, and Jack Junior spends some time reflecting on past romantic trysts. The R...

    One of the better books in this 'Tom Clancy' series that were not written by Tom Clancy. Either the author is getting better at writing in the TC vein or I'm starting to accept a lesser standard that that established by TC himself. More Russian plots against 'the West' using stolen nu...

    A pretty good story, but there were some continuity problems. On several occasions, something was discovered, and in the next chapter, everyone knew about it, even though there was no dialog indicating that the information had been communicated. Then, there's the problem with Jack Jr...

    Oath of Office is the twenty-six book in the Jack Ryan Universe series. This can be read as a standalone even though it involves characters from previous books. There is violence. Marc Cameron has done a good job of continuing the Jack Ryan series after the death of Tom Clancy. As is u...

    Really enjoy Marc Cameron books. Didn't skim through anything, even if it was long. A little confusing at times to combine all story lines into big picture. Jack's ex GF Ysabel is in Iran. Her FB post with a baby was a fake. She calls Jack for help with a Russian trying to help her. ...

  • Henry
    Jan 12, 2019

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

    I think this would have been a five star had I been able to read it in a shorter amount of time. Spreading it out over a month had me going back to try to remember what I read previously. Marc Cameron continuing where Mark Greany left after after Mr. Clancy?s death. The story has the...

    I must admit i do like Jack Ryan as a character and i have enjoyed seeing his development through this series. I will hold my hands u and say i have not read all the books in the series, but it is a set of books that i can jump into as and when i please and when doing so i am always gu...

    With President Jack Ryan facing battles on many fronts, at home and abroad, his enemies start to move in and try to take advantage of him not noticing. Another intricate spy thriller, including the Campus operatives, as we come to expect. I liked the book but feel a little bit cheated ...

    Another suspenseful entry in the popular Tom Clancy franchise. The author takes us on a globe-hopping journey from Washington DC to the coast of Portugal to the Levant. The usual cast of characters are involved, and Jack Junior spends some time reflecting on past romantic trysts. The R...

    One of the better books in this 'Tom Clancy' series that were not written by Tom Clancy. Either the author is getting better at writing in the TC vein or I'm starting to accept a lesser standard that that established by TC himself. More Russian plots against 'the West' using stolen nu...

    A pretty good story, but there were some continuity problems. On several occasions, something was discovered, and in the next chapter, everyone knew about it, even though there was no dialog indicating that the information had been communicated. Then, there's the problem with Jack Jr...

    Oath of Office is the twenty-six book in the Jack Ryan Universe series. This can be read as a standalone even though it involves characters from previous books. There is violence. Marc Cameron has done a good job of continuing the Jack Ryan series after the death of Tom Clancy. As is u...

    Really enjoy Marc Cameron books. Didn't skim through anything, even if it was long. A little confusing at times to combine all story lines into big picture. Jack's ex GF Ysabel is in Iran. Her FB post with a baby was a fake. She calls Jack for help with a Russian trying to help her. ...

    Very disappointing This novel was very disappointing. One can definitely tell Tom Clancy is not writing the books anymore. There were far too many characters and side plots. I spent most of the novel trying to figure out what was going on. I would reread one of the original Clancy ...

  • Chuck
    Dec 28, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

  • Lou
    Nov 28, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

  • Sara Oxton
    Dec 01, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

  • Donna Hines
    Dec 21, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

  • Himanish Prabhakar
    Dec 31, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

  • Ross Sidor
    Dec 08, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

  • AJ
    Dec 26, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

  • Betty Cap Vanderbeek
    Dec 03, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

  • Joseph
    Dec 02, 2018

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...

    Marc Cameron has brought a deft touch and new life to the books under the Tom Clancy nameplate. Oath of Office is a well-written , deftly- plotted entry into the "Jack Ryan" universe of Clancy books. It is swiftly pace with scarcely a let up in the action, and , unlike many other spec...

    My review is 4.5 stars for complete series to Jack Ryan Universe. "Jack Ryan", this is not a name but it has many meaning. I have not read Tom Clancy's any work since I watched the TV series Jack Ryan, although I have seen many movies on Jack Ryan over the years, but frankly TV seri...

    Tom Clancy hit pay dirt way back in 1984 with his first Jack Ryan bestseller "Hunt for Red October'. Clancy died in 2013 but his legacy with the cast of Jack Ryan continues with Marc Cameron's deft assumption of the characters and essence of the stories. "Oath of Office" is a sweepi...

    As with all of the Jack Ryan series novels, it was a great read. It keeps your attention by wanting to keep reading to find out which way things are going to go next. The only negative comment I have is that there were too many principal characters to keep track of. If you were reading...

    Finally a good ? Tom Clancy? book I have read all of Tom Clancy?s books and truly miss his insight and authorship. This is the best Tom Clancy book since his death and reminds me of the good-ol days of Jack Ryan and his colleagues. There are a few slow spots in this book, but ...

    This is the second book of Marc's that I have read. I've known him for ten years and respect his writing, dedication, and willingness to give back to the writing community. I know several other authors who have taken over dead franchises and made them thrive decades after the original ...

    ?Don?t practice until you get it right. Practice until you don?t get it wrong.? Instability in the Iranian government leads to massive turmoil especially for our own US President Jack Ryan. Be watchful but stand firm is what he's preaching as others jump at the prospects of a...

    I think this would have been a five star had I been able to read it in a shorter amount of time. Spreading it out over a month had me going back to try to remember what I read previously. Marc Cameron continuing where Mark Greany left after after Mr. Clancy?s death. The story has the...

    I must admit i do like Jack Ryan as a character and i have enjoyed seeing his development through this series. I will hold my hands u and say i have not read all the books in the series, but it is a set of books that i can jump into as and when i please and when doing so i am always gu...

    With President Jack Ryan facing battles on many fronts, at home and abroad, his enemies start to move in and try to take advantage of him not noticing. Another intricate spy thriller, including the Campus operatives, as we come to expect. I liked the book but feel a little bit cheated ...

    Another suspenseful entry in the popular Tom Clancy franchise. The author takes us on a globe-hopping journey from Washington DC to the coast of Portugal to the Levant. The usual cast of characters are involved, and Jack Junior spends some time reflecting on past romantic trysts. The R...

  • Mark
    Jan 17, 2019

    I had more than a few reservations when I initially heard that Tom Clancy's bestselling Jack Ryan series was going to continue after his death as the potential for it to completely ruin one of the most respected thriller franchises of all time was rather high but actually it paid off f...

    The interwoven subplots, the pacing and the way the story slowly comes together and leads up to a tense, suspenseful fourth quarter, this book actually felt like Clancy himself could have written it. But Cameron does it in half the length. The book actually would have benefited if the ...

    This is a continuation of the Jack Ryan Series started by Tom Clancy. This is March Cameron?s second book in the series. The book is well written. The story twists and turns and the suspense builds throughout the story. There are multiple plots and subplots along with many charact...

    Number twenty six in the Jack Ryan series. Interestingly enough, thirteen written by the man himself and now the thirteenth written by other authors. And, despite the cover blurb of ?Inspiration for the thrilling TV series Jack Ryan? this is the original book timeline and not the c...

    SUBJECT READER REVIEW WITH PLOT SPOILERS FOLLOWS: Completely ignoring all the plot twists that predominated the first part of the book, 'Oath of Office' was unique because of the dastardly storyline Marc Cameron put together; the Russians up the ante on deniable plausibility by 'lo...

    anuary 5, 2019 ? 40.0% "Audiobook - 14:20 hours - Narrator: Scott Brick I have listened to over 5 hours of this book but I have a problem in that every time I return to the book, it recommences at the beginning of chapter 2! It is a single file Audible audiobook and no matter wh...

    What a thrilling five-star read. Tom Clancy?s Oath of Office by Marc Cameron, I will be honest I was hesitant about this as I wasn?t sure how Marc Cameron was going to go about this and weather it would be as good, especially as there is so much hype now that its on Amazon Prime TV...

    Knew it was coming one day. After Tom Clancy passed, they tried to keep the gravy train going and frankly, several of the books were very good. But as teh Campus/Jack Ryan Jr series quickly fell to a poor level, it was clear the Jack Ryan series was doomed. This was the version that en...

    #26 in the Jack Ryan universe. This second entry by author Marc Cameron is a good read and examines threads started other authors continuing the Ryan stories initiated by original author Tom Clancy, in this case that of Ysabel Kashani, an Irani former lover of Jack Ryan, Jr. President ...

    This was better than this author's last "Jack Ryan" outing. The action was intense. Although, in many instances Ysabel was more instantly reactionary than Jack, Jr. Perhaps she should join the Campus. ...

    I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy and Oath of Office by Mark Cameron is a fitting addition to his Jack Ryan series. As usual the plot moves at a breakneck speed with the action spanning the globe and we catch up with familiar names such as John Clark and Ding Chavez who, after seeing their...

    I enjoy the whole "Ryan-Verse" series,(some more than others) and I liked this one. ironically, I felt it was more of a "Campus" book because of the whole team aspect.that alone made me like it more. liked the story, great action. going head to head with the GRU, although I was just a ...