I very much enjoyed the story, it progressed at a good pace and took twists that I didn't always see coming.
Listening to the narrator's sometimes awkward enunciation was sometimes a little off-putting. After the first few chapters he seemed to fall into the characters a little more and I got a little more used to his voice.
I will definitely listen again, not the best of the series (that I've heard) but I don't regret the purchase.
As others have stated, the narration by Sullivan leaves a lot to be desired. The story is classic Flynn, and keeps you engaged enough to put up with the narration.
Rapp is one cool character. Good cast. Politicians are all the same. I wish they all got their comupets as some did here. Excellent story.
Narrator Nick Sullivan single handidly destroys all possible enjoyment of listening to this great book with his nasal monotone voice. Listening to nick is utterly unbearable. All Vince Flynn books narrated by George Guidall are awesome, as George is the best. i had to return the audiobook and listen to the abridged version narrated by Daniel Oreskes, whom i've never heard before.
love Flynns stories and mitch rapp. 3rd book for me and going to read them all. this narrator for this one. not bad, changed the character nicely for the most part, but still loved the first narrator George Guildhall