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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Firewall

Published by Aconyte
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Legendary agent Sam Fisher teams up with a new NSA recruit – his own daughter – to save the world in this gripping new thriller from the renowned Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell® videogame universe

Veteran Fourth Echelon agent Sam Fisher has a new mission recruiting and training the next generation of Splinter Cell operatives for the NSA’s covert action division, including his daughter Sarah. But when a lethal assassin from Fisher’s past returns from the dead on a mission of murder, father and daughter are thrust into a race against time as a sinister threat to global security is revealed. A dangerous cyberwarfare technology known as Gordian Sword – capable of crashing airliners, destroying computer networks and plunging entire cities into darkness – is being auctioned off to whichever rogue state makes the highest bid. Sam and Sarah must call on their very singular set of skills to neutralize Gordian Sword and stop the weapon falling into the wrong hands – at any cost...

About The Author

Ed Miller

JAMES SWALLOW is a New York TimesSunday Times and Amazon #1 bestselling author of over fifty books, including the bestselling Marc Dane thrillers. He lives and works in London, UK

Product Details

  • Publisher: Aconyte (March 1, 2022)
  • Length: 352 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781839081156

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Raves and Reviews

"Splinter Cell: Firewall was one of my most awaited books for the upcoming year and even with such high expectations I was mesmerized by the stellar quality of storytelling. It’s everything a top-notch action-packed novel should be."

– Best Thriller Books

"James Swallow knocked it out of the park with another great tie in novel to a fantastic series. If you are a fan of spy thrillers, action, or a fan of the source material this is a must read. I wouldn't mind the Splinter Cell universe continuing in this format if it means we get more amazing stories like this one going forward."

– Inside the Bunker Podcast

"No spoilers, but the ending was also fantastic, it leaves a wonderful opening for more in this fantastic line as well as potential repercussions from the actions and choices of the characters in the story."

– What You Tolkien About

"This being my first forray into the Splinter Cell books, it was a really enjoyable read, one that brought back some fond memories of the game and made me want to go back and play some of them again. But even if you've not got any experience in this franchise, or even gaming in general, there's a lot to like here."

– Trans-Scribe

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