Don't wait for the unpredictable here, it won't be forthcoming. If it is the suspenseful, the twisted "gee I never saw that coming" story you are looking for, pass this by. This is a straight, brute force, hooray for the good guys action packed book that makes going to sleep impossible. The story moves very predictably, read that to mean realistically. With the exception of the quiticential Mitch Rapp hero deciding to make a poster boy out of his long time CIA covert operative best friend, Mike Nash. The idea of a tactical person not seeing the danger in making a public hero of Nash, allowing true identity to be printed in papers, is ludricous and wouldn't happen. But once done, predictably, the bad guys come for Nash. There is good action and spy stuff through out and the story is strong, the production and narration flawless. This is Vince Flynn at his best.
Best book I have listened too! This is exicting and difficult to turn off. I highly recommend it to any one who likes CIA Books. One of the best.
I normally love Vince Flynn. This book was lacking. Its the same old thing with a different title.
This is it. I have listened to all the Vince Flynn books and if we had 10 stars this would be it. I only wish there were more Vince Flynn books to listen to. Whatever you do, don't miss this one.
My first Vince Flynn experience. I saw him on Glenn Beck and thought I'd enjoy his writing. This book is way too long and way too boring....I like the whole concept of the Spy thing but this is so sadly uninteresting. Definitely not worth the credit or money.
The story is most excellent, but what makes it interesting even more in the narrator George Guidall. I will surely hope he does more Vince Flynn Narratives
Whenever Vince Flynn comes out with a new book, I always end up taking the next day off work because I can't put the darn thing down! He needs to make his books come out on Fridays! This one is worth the loss of sleep.
I really like Mitch Rapp and love George Guidall's narration, but something was missing in this book. I'm not sure what it was, either too predictable story line or the ending was rushed. Knowing what happened in the previous book was helpful. The book was just OK but I felt could have been better.
Then you will love Mitch Rapp. It's too bad the series is required reading by anyone in public service. Great, and terrifying. It is incredible that our country's leadership can be as incredibly stupid as they are, this story points some of that stupidity out.