I love books!
fairly predictable but if you like Vince Flynn and Mitch Rapp then you'll like this one as well.
Third Option was disappointing after reading The Assassin, especially the ending, which is abrupt. The plot essentially is about the politics and backstabbing in Washington, the politicians being the true terrorists.
yes, I didn't want to put it down.
the characters, plot, . . . I was disappointed when I finished reading it. I wanted more!
No, but I'll try to find others.
This was the first Mitch Rapp book I've read. I'll be looking for all of the others!!
Yes, it is a good story, edge of the seat stuff, with some good laughs mixed in.
It is in the vain of the Mitch Rapp series and if you like American Assassin or Transfer of Power you will not be dissappointed here.
I listened to Transfer of power before this one and I was used to him, by this book. He is OK.
The only problem with this audible book is they never finished reading the last three chapters for the download, or there is a part 3 that never got delivered. Tom V.
I'm a fan of the series and thoroughly enjoyed this book up until the end, at which point the novel just stopped with major unresolved issues. It almost seems that the author's intent was to serialize what could have been one fat juicy novel. I even called Audible to make sure I had downloaded the entire book.
Good book until the end. I'm sure I will read the next in the series, but ask the author to be a little more honest with his readers.
Boring story plot, almost feminine quality of narrator (male voice) makes the whole story sound really panzied out. I expect the tone and inflection of the narrator to toughen the character, in this case, Mitch sounds like a panzy through out
Over the years I've gotten used to the voice of George Guidall as Mitch Rapp and was disappointed when I first heard the new narrator. Once I got over that and continued listening the book still ended up being very good. Nick Sullivan did a great job. But what happened to George? Why the change?
I have not read the print version so I cannot compare to the audio book, but I can say that this 4th installment of the Mitch Rapp series is a winner. I started listening when I was getting my audio books from Barnes and Nobel so I got what they had and read the series out of order. Even so, this thriller was so exciting that it did not impact the effect of reading it after later books. I am glad to fill in the story line.
My favorite character is of course Mitch Rapp who is middle aged, but fit, and brilliant. I wish I could think that fast.
I have not listened to this narrator before, and I prefer Dick Hill as a narrator for these books, but Sulilvan held his own and pulled off a reasonably good performance.
I always have strong emotions when listening to Vince Flynn books. After 22 years in the Navy, the ineptness of bureaucracies is all too familiar. Stupid rules that prevent people from doing their jobs abound, and I love it when Mitch adapts, improvises, and overcomes. We have met the enemy and we are they all too often.
Mitch Rapp again fights for truth, justice, and the American way. He has a job fighting enemies, foreign and domestic. It is too bad his character probably does not exist in reality. This triller continues his saga, and it is very well done. A sequel must be in the works.