G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2007 - 309 ページ
Against All Enemieswarned about how we were conducting the war against terror. The Scorpion's Gatedemonstrated what could happen. And now America's preeminent counterterrorism expert and #1 bestselling author shows us all . . .hat might come next.
The global village-an intricately intertwined network of technology that binds together the world's economies, governments, and communication systems. So large, so vital-and so fragile. Now a sophisticated group is seeking to "disconnect the globe"-destroying computer grids, communications satellites, Internet cable centers, biotech firms. Hard to do? If only that were so.
Quickly, a dedicated team of men and women assembles to try to track the group down, searching through right-wing militias and Russian organized crime, Jihadist terrorists and enemy nation-states. But the attacks are coming more swiftly now, and growing in destructiveness. Soon, they will reach the breakpoint- and then there may be nothing anybody can do.
Reviewers everywhere praised the suspense and pace of The Scorpion's Gate, the vivid depictions of war, espionage, and bureaucracy, but most of all they hailed its authenticity. "Unlike most novelists, the man has been there and done that," said The New York Times Book Review. "Some of us," added The Washington Post, "have learned to listen when Richard A. Clarke has something to say." And we'd better hope they're listening now.
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Review: Breakpointユーザー レビュー - Anne - Goodreads
This book will scare the bejeezus out of you considering the cv of the writer. レビュー全文を読む
Review: Breakpointユーザー レビュー - Mick - Goodreads
Richard Clarke, the former counter terrorism chief writes about cyber-terrorism. My feeling is he does better briefings than story telling. I think it was a little far fetched. Discussing future technology development is interesting, but it may not work as predicted. レビュー全文を読む