The Tin Man

The Tin Man

The Tin Man. Some call him a terrorist, others call him a vigilante hero. Dressed in a carbon-filament bodysuit that can instantly harden into stronger-than-steel protective armour, he roams the urban landscape of Sacramento, California, on a search-and-destroy mission....

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Title:The Tin Man
Author:Dale Brown
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Edition Language:English

The Tin Man Reviews

  • KLEE BETHEL

    Great book I read the following book before I read the Tin man and they fit together seamlessly neither lacked from knowledge of the other but it was good to get the basis for the book that follows tin man

  • MSGT Bobbie R Arthur

    Really great read. It keeps you glued to the book. It has action, suspense , romance all a really good book needs

  • Stephanie Jenkins Ortiz Cerrillo

    A very technical read. I enjoyed the advanced technology devices in this book. It was a slow read for me because of all the chemical, scientific terms and the vast number of groups, gangs and different characters. It's not the kind of book I normally read but it would be a great read for people that normally read this genre of books. I did not see the ending coming although I did know it wasn't only about the drug world.

  • Randy Ramsey

    I didn't find much compelling with this book which is the first Patrick McClanahan book I have read. There are glimpses that Brown can be a good storyteller yet overall this one was flat. Supporting characters were richer and more interesting than the hero.

  • Greg Dill

    Vigilante + Robocop = The Tin Man. That about sums up the story that took nearly 500 pages to tell.

    Quite wordy. Quite descriptive. Good character development. But lengthy and a lot could have been cut from it that was irrelevant to the storyline.

    I don't recommend this book.

  • Chad

    I didn't like this book. The premise sounded so exciting, and I kept thinking it has to get better when it gets to the action. There were so many instances of Dale Brown using outrageous scenarios that just aren't realistic. The main character is like a wimp that doesn't have any common sense, yet he works with his friend on these outrageous experiements that never really do any good.

    At the time of reading the book, I was on a underway on a Navy ship working over 18 hours a day / 7 d

    I didn't like this book. The premise sounded so exciting, and I kept thinking it has to get better when it gets to the action. There were so many instances of Dale Brown using outrageous scenarios that just aren't realistic. The main character is like a wimp that doesn't have any common sense, yet he works with his friend on these outrageous experiements that never really do any good.

    At the time of reading the book, I was on a underway on a Navy ship working over 18 hours a day / 7 days a week. I threw the book across the room when I came to a section that was something like this:

    The police officers met in the briefing room. Their clothes were ragged, most of them hadn't combed their hair or even showered. It was no wonder with them working more than 12 hour days for 2 weeks.

    12 hour days for 2 weeks? Are you serious? I looked at information about the author and he's a retired Captain in the Air Force. Well no wonder 12 hour days for 2 weeks seem like hell to him. Things like this go on and on - I ended up tearing up this book at the end and flinging pages all over the mess decks. Several times while reading it I threw it down and stomped on it.

    Why did I keep reading? It's like watching a bad movie... I just can't stop and I wonder how it's going to end. I've swore off Dale Brown books and I swore to punch him in the face if I ever met him (though I don't think I could cause he looks like a nice guy). I've been told this is not his best work.

  • Neil Davies

    Not the best book I have read

  • Brian

    Neo-Nazi terrorists decide to raise hell in the Valley. A defense consultant decides to go head to head against them, while having a baby with his ex-military wife, inventing impossible weapons and armor, nursing his rookie cop brother back to health! Right on Bro!

    This book really has no purpose but to satisfy the author's craving for impossible technology plot devices. The characters are all stupid, annoying, opaque, one dimensional stereotypes. The story is not interesting, and promises

    Neo-Nazi terrorists decide to raise hell in the Valley. A defense consultant decides to go head to head against them, while having a baby with his ex-military wife, inventing impossible weapons and armor, nursing his rookie cop brother back to health! Right on Bro!

    This book really has no purpose but to satisfy the author's craving for impossible technology plot devices. The characters are all stupid, annoying, opaque, one dimensional stereotypes. The story is not interesting, and promises nothing but implausible techno garbage at every turn.

    I can't really say there is any good mass market paperback fiction out there. You get what you get. This is sort of tech-fiction porn for people with absolutely no knowledge of anything who find amazing technology like the Segway or Roombas exciting. I suppose people think they're learning something by reading this kind of techno-thriller. I used to feel smart while reading Crichton. I was 5 though.

  • Patti

    I bought this for 25 pesos (0.61 dollars), and it didn't even seem worth it.

    The protagonists' characters are so inconsistent that by the end of the novel, I felt like I disliked them as much as the antagonists. Patrick McLanahan seemed to have lost all sense of intelligence he gained from the first six books; in Tin Man, he rushes head-on with no sense of rational thought.

  • Kahless

    I couldn't even finish this book. I held on for 350 pages waiting for a pay off and it was just more of the same - clueless main characters bumbling through the story. Will probably not read Dale Brown again.

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