I love to read, the books need to be fairly complicated or interesting in their own way. I belong to a book club that selects great books.
Enjoyed reading of Rapp in Iraq and Kennedy becoming more powerful. Reading the books in order seems better than random, especially the first ones.
another good mitch rapp novel, I love all of them. this narrator did a terrible job with the mitch rapp character. mitch rapp is an assassin, not a whiny p*ssy whipped nerd like the narrator portrayed him. hopefully Vince Flynn doesn't allow this narrator to narrate any more of his novels.
Unfortunately the narrator nearly destroys an exciting and fast-paced book. The narrator turns Mitch Rapp and all of the other characters we've come to know into whining, sniveling, angry people.
Say something about yourself!
The choice of voice talent was badly chosen. Completely opposite of the character. The material was great. The voice word work well for a romance novel.
My only wish is that Kilban would read faster so I could get on to the next Mitch Rapp book more quickly. I tried playing it at 1.25 speed, but that makes it worse.
The story. I'm going through all the Mitch Rapp books in order so this one is part of completing that series.
His characters' voices are way overdone; coming off as nearly cartoonish. They sound like either raving lunatics bent on biting the world's head off at every single turn or are syrupy and dripping with sarcasm to the point of being annoying. He also pronounces Anna Rielly's last name as Riley instead of Reelly which is different than in the prior two audiobooks in the series. He has a fine voice, but needs to tone it down many notches and just read the book!
No, it already has more books in its series.
Book 1, which is actually 3 in the series, well above average. Book 2 above average. Book 3 (Separation of Power) average. The trend is clear because the characters do not evolve and the plot is some variation of what has gone before. I may keep going but I suspect that I will begin to sicken of the predictable stories.
This series held my complete interest from start to finish!! Rapp is the ultimate anti-hero. I have very high expectations for the new Mitch Rapp author.