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    Because thier awesome! The games just seem better after reading the books. In my personel opinion, I think it explains more of Fishers personality. For those who think he's about to quit his job for the next game. which may be true, because in splinter cell 2 the book. He say he's too old for this job.
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    Because thier awesome! The games just seem better after reading the books. In my personel opinion, I think it explains more of Fishers personality. For those who think he's about to quit his job for the next game. which may be true, because in splinter cell 2 the book. He say he's too old for this job.
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    and when he finally gives into getting some, you know hes out of it.

    and in the first one, they seemed to have jumped WAY ahead in time with EDITED getting captured
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    In operation Barracuda that was quite an interesting part I must agree.
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    i read them. i liked them but i think that they kind of made Fisher a little different then he is in the games.
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    Yeah, your right. The only thing I didn't like was that they made it a little too complicated. Not to say I'd like it in comic book style. I've read the first one and I'm on page 132 on the second book. Though, It's nice to know somebody else reads around here. . But the books are still pretty good, right?
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    I've read Opperation Barracuda. I liked it. Wanna read the first one.

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    They're good books, but Sam isn't a poet...

    And since when did Sam become interested in his daughter grabbing some Jew's crotch? "Oh, Eli! We've had sex three times tonight! Here, I'll sqeeze your crotch and then you can go to the bathroom and then come back and **** me some more! Oh, never mind, I'll just suck on your ***** in the shower! Eli! Oh! Oh! Oh, Eli! AH! Oh, Eli! **** me! **** me! Lick my titties!"

    Seriously. Those parts are just stupid. And since when does Sam say "She rode me pretty well too! Yeah baby, I'm celibate! Ride me like the ocean blue, Katia!".
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    I agree with what you said about the first book. But I think he needed the hard ride.
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    er...okay...
    the books are pretty original compared to the usual video-game based books, but personally I don't think the author is too gifted. In fact, I'd say that if it wasn't about Sam Fisher, I would have never gone past the first chapter. I wish that Tom Clancy himself would write the book...it would have been so much better...
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