Hidden Agendas

Hidden Agendas In the year computers are the new superpowers Those who control them control the world To enforce the Net Laws Congress creates the ultimate computer security agency within the FBI the Net For

  • Title: Hidden Agendas
  • Author: Steve Perry Tom Clancy Steve Pieczenik
  • ISBN: 9780425171394
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • In the year 2010, computers are the new superpowers Those who control them, control the world To enforce the Net Laws, Congress creates the ultimate computer security agency within the FBI the Net Force.A list of every U.S spy in the Euro Asian theater the movements of rival drug cartels Someone with access to classified information is posting it on the InterneIn the year 2010, computers are the new superpowers Those who control them, control the world To enforce the Net Laws, Congress creates the ultimate computer security agency within the FBI the Net Force.A list of every U.S spy in the Euro Asian theater the movements of rival drug cartels Someone with access to classified information is posting it on the Internet and it s costing lives Net Force Commander Alex Michaels is in the hot seat Now, before a hostile Senate committee, he must justify the very existence of the Net Force.Meanwhile, a virus is unleashed that throws the federal financial systems into chaos And the Net Force operatives must hunt the wily hacker through the twists and turns of cyberspace down a path that leads them dangerously close to home

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    • Steve Perry Tom Clancy Steve Pieczenik

      Librarians note There is than one author in the database with this name.Steven Carl Perry has written over fifty novels and numerous short stories, which have appeared in various magazines and anthologies Perry is perhaps best known for the Matador series He has written books in the Star Wars, Alien and Conan universes He was a collaborator on all of the Tom Clancy s Net Force series, seven of which have appeared on the New York Times Bestseller list Two of his novelizations, Star Wars Shadows of the Empire and Men in Black have also been bestsellers Other writing credits include articles, reviews, and essays, animated teleplays, and some unproduced movie scripts One of his scripts for Batman The Animated Series was an Emmy Award nominee for Outstanding Writing.Perry is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, The Animation Guild, and the Writers Guild of America, West

    301 thoughts on “Hidden Agendas

    • Okay, I'm just a sucker for this stuff. I bet other folks would give it a 3 or 4, but this is squarely in the list of my favorite type of book. I'm a Steve Perry fan (he is only credited in the acknowledgments, but it's clearly one of his books) and a Tom Clancy fan, and together they make up for Perry's lack of detail and Clancy's sexism, to create a really fun ride with characters I really like. This is the first book in the Net Force series, a follow-on series to the original Net Force book a [...]

    • Not unreadable, but too far fetched for my tastes.I think this is the second book in the Net Force series and it shows. I didn’t read the first, but generally the first book in a series is full of action, etc. while the second often spends more time developing characters and going into back-stories. That was certainly the case with this book.The book is based on an FBI special ‘Net Force’ team that is made of computer geeks that are supposed to protect the internet from bad guys. Now, a bo [...]

    • Like all the other Steve Perry novels I've read, NET FORCE: HIDDEN AGENDAS is competent but uninspired storytelling. The external threat feels rather tacked-on, and most of the book is spent simply exploring the characters (even ones who have no impact on the overall story). There's enough office romance here to set the stage for a soap opera--which I don't think is the sort of thing Tom Clancy fans are clamoring for. Thankfully, most of the characters (with the notable exceptions of Jay Gridley [...]

    • This book was a sequel to the first book in the series net force and expanded the thrilling and intriguing storyline. Steve Perry wrote this book in the 90's and set the story to take place in the future in 2010 where he envisioned that computers would be the super powers of the world. But people like hackers, terrorists and cybercriminals use the internet to organize and commit crime. To prevent this from happening, Net force was created by the U.S. government to prevent the crimes committed of [...]

    • I am reviewing the novel Net Force Hidden Agendas by Tom Clancy which is a very good thriller which I bought from a car boot sale. This book is part of the Net Force series and is set in 2010 and is about an organisation called Net Force which polices the internet & contains a small number of elite troops called Net Force Strike Team. This book was set in the future when it was published and is about a world where terrorists use the internet to communicate and launder money etc. The basic pl [...]

    • Ok, this is Net Force #2 in the series, Hidden Agendas, and let me tell you… there is nothing hidden nor sacred about this one. What is it with all the sex? Note to Mr. Clancy and friends: just because a woman is beautiful and smart does not mean she is desiring of extensive, intimate, physical contact with available male types. In fact, I’d say the “smart” quotient precludes the unmarried sex factor. I know, I know, the books are intended to reach out and touch the average American male [...]

    • yikes! where do i start right this book is not great, not even good. too many plots which doesn't add to the story at all (I'm looking at you Tyrone a boomerang? really??). this book is a mess, the story is really stupid and feels like its going nowhered the ending. well yeah the "climax" is more like a bump. when i finished i thought: is that it? catching the bad guys is done in 10minutes or less we getting more romance in this book than actual action. im definitely disappointed in this book es [...]

    • The year 2010 may be a point in history now, but Clancy and Pieczenik produced a wonderful storyline in this novel written in 1999. For this reader, there is nothing quite like books that can incorporate espionage, suspence, and intimacy into one piece of work. If there was one flaw, the ending could have been more detailed, but Hidden Agendas is worthy of being a classified a sequel that delivered the goods. I certainly look forward to the third installment of the Net Force series. Stay tuned.

    • Genoten van dit boek, hoewel sommige dingen op mij nutteloos overkwamen. Wat is het belang dat Tyrone een boemerang koopt tijdens een sportdag in de omgeving, en er verder niets mee doet. Omdat dit boek geschreven is in 1999, is het aardig gedateerd qua techniek, hoewel ik mij zelf nog niet door middel van VR over het net zie gaan. Een hacker steelt 160 miljoen dollar van de Amerikaanse regering, en om dat te verdoezelen werpt hij allerlei hacks uit.

    • Druhý díl NetForce, platí to samé, co jsem psal minule - čtivé, dobře zpracované charaktery, úsměvná představa VR, celkově funguje. Jen se mi zdá, že jsem to už četl - identická šablona jako u předchozího dílu: útok pro odvrácení pozornosti - pátrání - další útoky - konečně prohlédnutí - a letíme si pro padoucha :-)

    • In my opinion, you either like Tom Clancy or you don’t. I think is has more to do with the topics he writes about. If you do like him, most of his books are pretty good. You might like some more than others, but just about all of them are suspenseful and gripping. 9 times out of 10, you’ll be very glad you read his work.

    • I rated this book I liked it, but with reservations. The basic tale was okay, but there was so much high end computer stuff that was way above my head that I needed to skips lots of passages. Billions are stolen through internet computer tricks, which Net Force works to find the culprit. Difficult to understand the initials and the switch from real life to computer scenes.

    • This is the second book in the Net Force series. There is not much difference between this and the previous book. There's pretty much no new content; it's more of a direct continuation. I gave this book three stars because of the practical lack of suspense.

    • I really enjoyed this novel, in addition to the typical great plot Tom Clancy always creates in his novel I felt that the character development in this particular novel was fantastic. The characters feel very relatable and human both in their aspirations, passions, & vices.

    • Fairly fast paced. Written in 1999, so futuristic and believable, but is fiction. Computer hackers are alive and well today, but the senators aide would not get away with buying immunity in a foreign country.

    • A crazy hacker releases instructions on how to build a nuclear bomb over the internet. But there is more at stake than just that as the NetForce gang has to stop terrorists that let a deadly virus loose that is destroying the economy of the US.

    • I started out with this book instead of the first series, but I didn't miss a beat. Tom Clancy is a very talented author, and his work shows again in this one. It wasn't great, but it was an entertaining read with likable characters.

    • Been awhile since my last reading of this series and it is still as good. It amazes me that when the book was written and the time frame that real life technology is nowhere to be found. I am ready for the next.

    • the plot was awesome, as expected of Tom Clancywhat I didn't like was the repeated mention of thoughts and actions related to physical relationships, also, what was the point of the chapters on Tyron? in this novel it didn't affect the plot in anyway.

    • Good for summer reading right before you get drunk on the beach and make out with an unfortunate-looking guy. Oh, Tom Clancy. You just kinda put out whatever you want and people will read it. High five.

    • This was a little hard to keep up with, it was like you were playing a computer game. It did keep you interested though. Technology is great!

    • Couldn't finish the book, the way they conceptualized "Virtual reality" was just too unrealistic and hokey. Seemed ok otherwise.

    • the book literally started with a bang, but after that it went down hill fast, I couldn't keep my thoughts with the story

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