I will read Vince Flynn's books that are not narrated by Nick Sullivan. Nick reads robotically and awkwardly. It's very distracting from the story. I rushed through the book just to get it over with.
Read like a robot.
Absolutely recommend to a friend. Again, the storyline is relevant to today's political atmosphere. As a result, it's quite frightening to think of it as a possibility in reality.
To some degree the realism of a terrorist threat. It made the story more riveting.
Great voice actor! Really gave the differences in tone for each character so that all didn't sound the same.
It made me laugh in some parts and it made me nervous and anxious in others. Was a great roller coaster ride of a book.
It's a testament to Vince Flynn's writing that it is a strong continuation of Mitch Rapp's storyline.
Yes anyone who is a fan of the Mitch Rapp serie will enjoy this story. Given someone else reading it, I would have been captivated. But this guy made the great assassin sound like a complete dork
Well of course it has the usual twists and turns. Any book with plots against the POTUS are exciting
Jay Snyder, Scott Brick, Ron McClarty, or several others
Not even close. It was barely tolerable
Believe the other reviews, the narrator does a very poor job on the voices here. Sorry Mr. Sullivan but character voices are not in your toolbox of skills.
Other than that, it's a Vince Flynn novel, Mitch Rapp series and it was pretty good though I liked the first one in the series better. Some of the story line was a little too comic book-like. Everyone meeting at the end like it was a Scooby-Doo episode; bad guys carted off, good guys all slapping each other on the back.
The story was good. But I barley got thru it because of the narrator. I thought it was a joke at first. I mean it really ruined the book and series for me. I loved the first two and thought I might go through the whole series in order but now I don't think I will even with the original narrator because I'll be thinking of this guy. Cartoon voice yes. Spy novel NO.
I did not read the print version.
Interaction between Rapp and Anna Reely.
The narrator read somewhat mechanically - he did well with some characters, such as Dallas King and Sherman Baxter, but the otherwise intense story line seemed detached. Sometimes matching a narrator to a series is like magic or a good marriage - there is good chemistry. For me, once you have heard George Guidall narrate Rapp novels, no one else will do. Similarly, there is no one to narrate a Jack Reacher novel other than Dick Hill.