Dialog was trite, character development was superficial. Overall, very disappointing follow up to the first 2 books in the series.
Performance was fine. Like Guidall better, but that is just personal taste.
Look for another book to read.
Nope. It is not that Nick Sullivan does a bad job it is just that George Guidall does a much better Mitch Rapp.
He could have finished the book. I was left hanging. I actually went back to Audible to download the missing last chapter and then realized that there was none.
Not as much action but still incredibly well done.
Thomas Stansfield is an absolute statesman that knows what is best for the country and is such a great character to follow.
I enjoy the narrator as well as the story
Rapp takes on the usual bad guy's. The story is very good. Take a look at our judicial system.....makes one wonder ?
Love the Rapp series
Great way to remind us all to think outside the box.
I cant get enough of this series. Some of the people in this series make me so mad & I cant wait for their demise. Mitch is a bad mother & I would recommend this series to all my friends & family. If you like action, this series is amazing!
no, it's a great story but with no conclusion..where is the last chapter?
it's a great plot and I liked the book but no conclusion leaves you frustrated!
great voices, clear tone.
it damn well needs a conclusion!
this is the second Tom Clancy that I recall ends in no man's land. Enough!
I'm a serious Audible Junkie, just can't get enough of this great company.
Everything, great story, Iove this series
Seeing the bad guys get it, always a winner for me.
I love all the techo stuff as well
Ahh that would be a spoiler alert, and I don't want to do that.
Something along the Bourne type series, but better.
Don't want this series to end.
If I were the type to re-listen a book, I would. The story was great and kept me wanting to listen longer!
Only one other. This one compares favorably.
YES-I am a big fan
I have read many of the Mitch Rapp series-this is the first one that I will return. It was only 50% of what Vince Flynn writes-it left off in the middle of no where.