Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Endgame
The National Security Agency's top-secret initiative to protect the United States from potential threats has been dubbed the Third Echelon. It deploys a lone field operative. He is sharp, nearly invisible, and deadly. And he has the right to spy, steal, destroy, and assassinate to protect American freedoms.
His name is Sam Fisher. He is a Splinter Cell®Third Echelon.
Operative Fisher knows that several disastrous missions have depleted the ranks of the Splinter Cells. What he doesn’t know is that a stunning piece of evidence has been uncovered that points to the mole who sold out his government…
The Replay POV no one needed
I have found this series to be very entertaining and fun to read. It’s not a mind bender nor does it pretend to be anything more than a relentless action movie with a deep focus on the simple things plot theme: “Sam vs the World”.
I welcome a new deeper take into the supporting characters in this series but this book sacrifices plot for limited POVs.
For me this plot replay from Delta Sly’s perspective is a waste of font space. I found myself disappointed. The nature of these books means the plot is dirt simple and trying to add another dimension to them causes them to fall over from the weight.
I would say to someone who likes the series to skip this book. It adds nothing to the series as a whole, but it could of.