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The Terminal List: Images Reveal an Intense and Gripping Military Thriller

It’s been a few years since the release of The Terminal List, the military thriller that had readers captivated from start to finish. The novel is set to be made into a movie, and these newly released images give us a sneak peek at what we can expect. 

The Terminal List tells the story of Lieutenant Colonel James Reece, an elite soldier who is wrongly accused of treason and must fight to clear his name. The harrowing plot is set in motion after Reece and his team is assigned to investigate the deaths of two undercover agents. It soon becomes clear that a fellow soldier, now believed to be a traitor, is the cause of the mayhem, and it’s up to Reece and his men to stop him before he destroys them. 

While the plot plays out over months, The Terminal List is written in short ‘chapters’ so it reads like a movie – short action-packed scenes which keep you hooked from start to finish. To add to that feeling of watching a movie, these new images from director Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) give us a cinematic look at the book’s events.

Do you know about the release date of The Terminal List Series:

This series will be released on 1 July 2022. Also the series has a total of 4 parts. The first part will be released on 1 July 2022 and the last part is going to be released on 31 December 2022.

Movies based on the books by “Jack Carr”. It grossed $92,856,970 at the domestic box office and $245,376,378 worldwide. However, due to its massive budget of about $126 million, it was considered a box office flop.. 

Here is the plot of The Terminal List Series discussed:

The plot of this book series revolves around a USAF officer who is falsely accused of treachery and other misdeeds is on the run to clear his name. The plot is very exciting and will keep you on the edge of your seat for the entire read. The plot of the series comes from a true story, based on the Author’s life, and how he had been falsely accused.

The Terminal List is the first book of this series. It has been written by Jack Carr who holds a doctorate in Strategy and Policy from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He served in various capacities as Security Representative at the United States embassy in Baghdad, Iraq and United States embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel. 

The Name of Cast & Characters of The Terminal List:

  • Chris Pratt · Reece
  • Jared Shaw · Ernest Vickers (Boozer)
  • JD Pardo · Tony Layun
  • Tyner Rushing · Liz Riley 
  • LaMonica Garrett · Commander Bill Cox

What inspired the director to write The Terminal List series?

The series is inspired by the Author Jack Carr’s life. According to him, he was accused of being a traitor and other misdeeds, but after investigation proved that he was innocent. The Author was shown the mercy of the court and later he was cleared from all charges. The series revolves around a USAF officer who is falsely accused of treachery and other misdeeds and is on the run to clear his name. 

What was the process for writing the books – did the director plan everything out in advance?

The process of writing this book was one of the most difficult things I had ever done in my life. The process of writing was very painful but it was a very powerful experience. When I got to the end of the first draft, I started again. The process took me almost six months.

Do people have any favorite scenes or characters from the series?

This is a story about a man on the run. The story takes place at Andrews Air Force base. There were two parts of my flight that I remembered very vividly. One was finishing the last draft of the book and starting the second draft, and another was the arrival at Andrews Air Force base after almost nine months on the run.

What was your character’s goal throughout this series (in The Terminal List)?

My character had an agenda from beginning to end of this series – he wanted to clear his name of any wrongdoings and eventually get back in command of his squadron. It took him almost nine months to get there but it was worth it for what he did when he finally got there.

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