No, the suspense is gone...maybe someday
Mitch he is a compassionate bad ass
An unsuspected home is the target of Terrorist.
This was my 3rd Vince Flynn book, after the 1st two, I thought I should start at the beginning because they are soo good. I read many comments about this narrator and I agree he's not as good as Guidall, but he was ok. He didn't add to the story for sure. But the store is sooo good, he didn't take away from it either. Highly recommend this if you're a Flynn fan but just be aware it is a different narrator if you're use to George Guidall. Worth the purchase!!
Could not wait for the the next line.....
When Rapp came out of the closet
Can't wait to get to next book! The 3rd Option
Just love listing to audiobooks. Some of my favorite authors are Vince Flynn and Brad Thor
Love the story and action pack story line!!!
The plot was great and fast pace.
Not that great but OK.
It kepet me interested and wanting more.
Yes it did. There was lots of action, but it was not overwhelming. While a certain amount of disbelief has to be suspended in action fiction, Flynn provided the appropriate balance between reality and what could happen. There were enough interludes for the reader to learn some about the major characters.
This is the first time that I have listened to Nick Sullivan. Frankly, I pick books based on the author or others recommendations, not the narrators. I enjoyed the narration and look forward to hearing Mr. Sullivan again. I will be following the Mitch Rapp series in the future.
White House Down
well worth the read, loved it would make a great movie one day. Exciting and very real scenario, could happen tomorrow.
Yes. It keeps you interested.
It had its moments where you get a bit nervous.
He was able to make the voices sound like separate people for the most part. Kings voice was most annoying but it really fit the character.
The parts where the terrorist were just cold blooded killing hostages...
The ending seemed a bit lack luster....but it was ok.
when the rag head tried to kill the pres.
His thespian acumen is lacking. it was often read as a child would read and the teacher had to remind them to "read with expression"".
i didnt finish it the narrator caused me to lose it
This is my first Vince Flynn novel, and it was what I had expected, and what I wanted at the time: a mindless political espionage thriller with a bit of predictability. If this is what you want, it won't fail you. If you need characters crafted in three dimensions, you won't find it here. The characters here, from heroic Mitch Rapp to smarmy Dallas King are two-dimensional archetypes reciting predictable dialogue. The terrorists, as well, are two-dimensional as well, providing little in the realm of creativity or inventiveness. BUT, if an audiobook can be termed as junk food, then this had a satisfying empty-calorie feel to it.
I'm not sure why many people say the narration is bad. I've listed to over 100 audio books and I think Nick Sullivan did a great job.