I thought this was a very enjoyable listen to the point of riding around just to listen. I thought there was plenty of action and humor and a story that was interesting. I have become an instant Vince Flynn fan.
I've enjoyed this action type book forever, and I have to say the narration and story s the best yet! do your self a favor,..and listen to this hit!!!!!!
I wasn't sure if I was going to like this as I don't usually go for prequels but wow this was great!!!
I only wish it was twice as long!!
I just cant wait for his next book to come out! We need more Mitch Rapp!!!
I loved this audio book. The story kept you on the edge and narator could have read a tech manual and kept it entertaining.
One of the less than positive reviewers said ???If you are looking for your first Vince Flynn novel, don't choose this one.??? and I agree. While I loved the inside view, going back in time, finding out how Irene found Mitch, finally understanding why the two are so close; someone who has never read any other books might not appreciate those things. On the other hand, what a great introduction to the series, and I envy the person who has all the books to ???read??? especially now that Vince is releasing the back catalog in unabridged. As one of the reviewers in ???my camp??? said, ???I wish we had more Mitch Rapps.??? Vince Flynn takes a lot of risks (surprises) in his writing, this was another one.
This sounds odd but the torture scene was awesome. More Flynn!!!! George Guidell is by far the best reader I have heard, and I have been a loyal member since 2003!
George Guidall could make an econ book sound interesting - but give him Mitch Rapp, in his early years even better, and the you won't be able to stop listening. This book explains in detail the who, what, when, where, how and why of Mitch Rapp and his early beginnings and training.
This is the book to get.
Just finished American Assassin, I have read, I believe all of Mr. Flynn's Mitch Rap series. It was nice to see how it all started. I am going to go back to the series in order and try to understand with the konwledge of this book.
This play's a lot like the Bourne series.