There is a lot of build up to the last few chapters and they kind of leave you wanting. Loved the no nonsense Mitch Rapp!!
Shiloh Bound Doc! University of Iowa graduate. Iowa Writer's Workshop fan. Hawkeye Fan! Believer. Husband. Father. Physician.
Well narrated fast-paced story with lots of very believable detail at our nations capital.
I lack the exposure or experience to judge the veracity of the story or the details--but there were always rumors that President 43's (George W. Bush) move against Iraqi dictator Sadam Hussein was in part motivated by revenge for a foiled plot to assassinate his father-- President 41 (George H. W. Bush) that Sadam Hussein had instigated/backed/financed. 😱
I thought the story was great. It took some time to get used to a different voice narrating the story, but it was good.
I love the story! However, the narrator's voice in this book is too effiminate sounding, and just not as gifted in portraying different voices, as the narrator in many of the other Mitch Rapp stories.
Engaging and suspenseful from page 1 to the last. The best Mitch Rapp book to date. I highly recommend this book. narration is mediocre however.
My daily routine is so full of phone calls and appointments. I don't always make enough time to read awesome books like this one but Audible.com helps save me time and lets me escape the daily grind. Thanks Vince Flynn for writing a captivating story and to Audible for helping me 'hear the whole book.'