Yes, I have listened to almost all of them now. I can knit while I am listening and they really hold my attention. I might have to go through them all again.
I'm a new Vince Flynn/Mitch Rapp fan, introduced by a girlfriend who also loves the books. The narrators are good, having to change accents multiple times, and it helps keep the story straight as it weaves around the globe.
But this is the slowest story of them all, perhaps because its more about Mitch's personal life and less about the more standard terrorist hunt. But it picks up considerably in last half of book and would recommend it as well as the others anyway, taking care to start the series at the beginning and stay in order.
He is the best narrator of the Vince Flynn series. Very adept at all types of accents.
Enjoyed the story, characters and plot. The methods and point of view sometimes make me shudder...but found it very fast-paced and entertaining.
I enjoyed listening to the book, it is well made, no doubt about it. However I was never taken by surprise or awestruck by the plot "twists". The characters act like their own cliches -- all in all recommendable as easy listening.
I am a Company Rep in Central Qld. I travel around 60,000klms a year and rely on my Audiobooks to keep me company on my Country Trips!
The more of Vince Flynn's books I listen to, the more I enjoy them! This was a story in which the Good Guy does get hurt for a change, George Guidall's narration is excellent. Overall this was a thoroughly engrossing listen.
Another Flynn classic!
All other Flynn novels.
I listen to it at 2X speed, so the narration is sacraficed
Too much talk radio and mindless radio , sets you up for Flynn/Guidall experience. Level storyline that gives you both sides point of view and gives you the chance to change perspective.
Storyline with suprises and detail that turns story into teaching moment and not just listening.
This is my first Guidall (and audio book) experience. Kinda old for this too. (56)
I have listened to one other Flynn book with Mitch Rapp. While I found that book engaging I found this book disappointing. Personally, I never like a character who is written to become immortal. While Rapp had and does sustain injury one begins to think how can one person go through so many "jobs" be in so much danger...sustain injuries and not be dead. Rapp after all is a human not super-hero which is how he seems to be portrayed.
A great mystery thriller that was hard to quit listening to when it was time to go to bed. Just when you think Mitch Rapp is done for and the situation is hopeless he manages to come through and save the day. Vince Flynn is truely a master when it comes to suspence and action. I highly recommend this audiobook. You will not be disappointed.
Scott Brick should have been Mitch Rapp! Or maybe Dennis Boutsikaris or Will Patton. You name it!!
George Guidall makes Mitch sound like an old man. Heck, he makes every character sound like an old man.... men, women, children... it's painful to listen to.
I love The Rapp series, but I cringe when I first start listening...