Rated of 5
Un-huh -the Green movement attempts to wipe out the human race to save the world. Riiigghhhhttt...
What ever happenned to those splendid stories Clancy used to write about? You know, stealing the Soviet Union's newest strategic missile sub, or IRA terrorist attacks against the British royal family, or the Iranians trying to create their own superpower in the Gulf? This wasn't a thriller, it was a political propaganda piece. The Greens may be a huge pain in the butt to us, but using them as terrorists was totally ridiculous. Probably an attempt to emulate the James Bond movie franchise. If so, it failed dismally.
The scenes with old Marxist terrorist groups were pretty good, but they got too predictable after the first hundred pages or so. This book was totally unrealistic, gets boring too quickly, and way too much of it is simply political statements attempting to show why every political party in disagreement with the Great Right Wing (in this case, the Greens) is automatically an inhuman servant of evil.