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I normally read the reviews before buying, and I did with this book. I almost walked away and I actually started looking elsewhere but I came back to this book. This is one of a few books who had my attention from beginning to end. The one review who complained about grafic torture was far from truth. This was a well written book, and very enjoyable. A must read!!!!
I thought Vince Flynn had started to exhaust the Mitch Rapp character, this was a refreshing revival and I enjoyed this volume in the series as much or more than any. Good for Vince. If you like the series you will really like this story. If you have never read Vince Flynn then this is the one to start with. Good work Mr. Flynn
I'm just gonna keep it simple and say "The best Rapp novel EVER!" This is the story of how it all began. I couldn't stop listening.. it kept me awake until it was over. Great book!
When I find myself sitting in the driveway, waiting for a chapter to end, I know it's a good book. Great book and Guidall has always been my favorite, back to the Stephen King days. More than worth a credit..
I couldn't help to notice that hosts mouth was watering a lot. I mean he is reading the text, emotional and all but a lot of times I've had a feeling like he has mouth full of salaiva and he really needed to swallow before reading again... It pulled my attention a lot off of the story. Sometimes I got really into the story but now and again it almost sounded like George was spraying salaiva while reading... I couldn't get over it. Book otherwise is really interesting. I suggest to take a listen.
I have either read or listened to all Vince Flynn books. They are well written with action and heart for the various characters. If there is a vote for MVR, Most Valuable Reader, it would be George Guidall. His inflections and tone are absolutely the best. I think his reading of the phone book would be compelling.
I had not listened to a Vince Flynn book before. A friend recommended him to me - and this was my first. What a great way to start! I am addicted. I understand that this is a "flashback" book, but it fits into any order. Love it.
Read my first Mitch Rapp story back in 2002 - Term Limits. I've enjoyed every one but the last couple seemed to have lost their edge. American Assassin is fantastic. So far, I think it's my favorite. I'd also note that the narration is wonderful. Very dynamic and engaging. A pleasure to listen to.
Extremely good book read by one of the best readers in the business. It doesn???t get any better.