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Vince Flynn is one of my favorite authors and I could listen to George Guidall read the phone book (he's really that good!), so I will undoubtedly buy another book by the author.
Nope - I thoroughly enjoy current day thrillers - just because this specific book wasn't up to par doesn't mean I'll switch to westerns or sci-fi.
Irene Kennedy - hard to imagine a man being the voice of a woman, but Mr. Guidall is just that talented!
It inspired me to take a break after hearing 3/4 of the book.
The main problem with this book is the number of plots and their disconnectedness with one another. I'm guessing the author will eventually tie things up but throughout much of the novel, there are parallel story lines. Part of my enjoyment with this genre is something that I should perhaps not be proud of, but here it is: I don't have to give much thought to each page I read - I can simply enjoy the novel and not spend lots of time trying to figure out what I missed. With Executive Decision I kept rewinding (old terminology) my book because I couldn't figure out what I must have missed. This isn't how I prefer to enjoy such novels, that's for sure.I have several other books by Vince Flynn and never experienced this before. Is it just me??
Even with the great George Guidall narrating; you can't make chicken salad out of chicken sh-t. So uninteresting that it's like reading a manual for the repair of something you've never heard of. Save your credits or your dough.
I haven't read the print version
The detail of how Mitch and his accomplices ran their operations. Also, how David planned his mission. Part of the ending was unexpected.
This was my first.....loved him.
I did look forward to listening each day to the book to see what would happen next.
Captivating book and performance. This was my first Vince Flynn audio and I loved it. Can't wait to get the next book!
George is one of my favorite narrators. The story is good - a bit like Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan series, but without the same level of machismo and bravado.
Another superb story from Vince Flynn with a perfect reader. I find it amazing how the book grabbed my attention from start to finish and was a sheer pleasure to listen to.
I notice a person from FL gave it only three stars but I see they never give more than three stars to any book - must be the Sun getting to them.
I've listened to every other Mitch Rapp book that Audible has and would give them all 10 our of 5 stars, but I had trouble with this one. The plot didn't seem as engaging to me as his other books, I had trouble following it in a few area and really, I probably would have stopped listening to it in the middle except for the fact that I paid for it. I missed the identity of one main terrorist character early on and was lost for half the book following that.
Retired 35 year policeman from So CA, relocated with my wife to South Carolina with "Toby" our cat. I listen to two books a week
Set the story and excitement up from the start then continued till the end.
All of Flynn's books
Just plain great
When Mitch makes up his mind to continue doing the right thing
The narrator did an ok voice when speaking like the men in the novel. The women's voices were difficult to distinguish when the caracters were talking in fast pace, as the women's voice was done by the same narrator.