Something about yourself.
Having read or listened to all af the Mitch Rapp books this is another class act by Vince Flynn. This book proves Mitch had it before we knew what it was. Fantastic author. Highly recommeded. What can one add? If it was a foot race this book would be the winner.
This book was so poor; actually boring is the word that comes to mind. The characters are clumsily constructed and unrealistic. I want my money back!
The Mitch Rapp series came highly recommended from a friend so I started here. This was my first Flynn book and have now just downloaded my third. I cant seem to get enough of Mitch Rapp and his pull no punches attitude toward ridding this world of terrorists threats and anyone who gets in his way trying to do so.. These books are nothing more than good fun and a great way to spend my 60 minute commute.
Never disappointed in Vince Flynn or Mitch Rapp. The only disappointment is that it has to end.
This was my first exposure the character Mitch Rapp. This was a fast read with lots of action. There is a segment where the character Stan Hurley is kidnapped & tortured that had me pumping my fist in the air with kick-butt enthusiasm. I did listen to a couple more Vince Flynn stories featuring the Mitch Rapp character but they all fell short in comparison to this story.
I love the way Vince Flynn has made his main character into the type of person that makes his opponents look stupid. I like it when Mitch Rapp wins. For so many years the good guys never won the battles. Now we have a character who does it right and is good at it.. This audio was very entertaining; The time just flew by for me.
The book was barely engaging with its 2D characters and predictable plot.I kept hoping that something interesting would happen and it did, it ended and I was able to move on to another story.
Frankly I am surprised this book got the rave reviews it did. That actually worries me - since it will make me second guess other selections with high ratings.
Not only is this the best Vince Flynn book ever, it is the best Mitch Rapp story and the introduction of his mentor (Hurley) is fantastic. The narrator is perfect and I didn't want the story to end.
I cannot get over the fact that americans are the ones invading Iraq and killing all innocent people. They are the ones who support Israel keep its inhumane occupation to Palestine yet here we have a novel of an american assassin who tries to do justice!
I look for the day when we have novels of palestines doing sting operations in USA or overseas against the zionists and the agents who tortured innocent people