An exciting story about an invasion of the White House by Terrorists, complete with backround about the White House Structure and historical modifications to it plus twists and turns in the plot - and Mitch Rapp coming to the rescue of the President and eliminating the evil terrorist. Realistic descriptions to an adventurous fanatsy!
Tranfer of power,in the catogary of spy books this is one of the best books I have listened
Mitch rap,you can never give these guys enough credit!
Never,I like the smooth tone of his voice.
Would not change a thing,transfer of power.
Can't wait to check out the rest of the series.
Less characters. Very complex story line which makes it hard to follow.
Don't think there was anything wrong with the narration
The realistic story line.
This was my first, but not my last.
I am always amazed by Mitch's ablility to turn on the charm and turn if off when needed.
Of the Series, in my opinion, this has been the best.
Exiting from beginning to end.
Rapp of course.
This would be good but is not possible for me.
Wrap up could have been a little more complete but this was a good book.
Audible allows me to fill my mind with something so much better than TV.
This books is a must for following all of the Mitch Rapp series.
Mitch is still the one.
When you are accustomed to Scott Brick its harder to follow the characters. Many sound the same.
Move, not so much. This is not a warm and fuzzy series.
ONE OF THE BEST IN THRILLS AND ENTERTAINMENT. CROSSES MANY SOCIAL LINES.
DESCRIPTION OF INTERACTION BETWEEN AREAS OF POWER IN THE GOVERNMENT. RAPP'S UNWILLINGNESS TO BE A TEAM PLAYER
THE POTENTIAL RAPE SCENE. THIS SETS THE ENTIRE BOOK IN MOTION TOWARD A HAPPY ENDING. WITHOUT THE REPORTER NOW OF THIS WOULD HAPPEN.
Kept me Listening, I had a hard time putting down my listening device. I forgot to use the snooze function once and had to find my spot.
It kept me wanting more
Yes, voice tone and pitch
Where the power lies
"This audio book has been broken into parts to make the download faster...." But nothing could make the middle of this book any faster. From a good fast start it wallows through a sagging middle where the most minute details seem to be worth lines and lines of discussion. This book goes in my list of "2xers"---those books that you have to bump up to 2x speed in the middle to get to the end.
You are the sum of what you read!
No. The narration was annoying at certain points.
Slow, Distracting at times, could be better.
Yes. I was sad to see the White House damaged but it was an excellent plot point.