This is the Vince Flynn I love, but George Guidall makes it better. You have to have someone who can sound like the character and George does it in spades. Very entertaining.
Yes, right up near the top.
Yes, this was a great one for the road!
A great book for those who are just getting into the Mitch Rapp series. Flynn has done a great job of allowing the reader to get into the mind of Rapp. You really get a sense of why Rapp is the way he is. (as if American Assassin had not already)
Not necessarily, depends on the reader's situation. I enjoyed this particular narrator.
Mitch Rapp, of course! All of us that follow Vince Flynn enjoy the adventures and exploits of this character.
The scene when Mitch confronts Victor outside of the agency's safe house.
I've read all of the Vince Flynn / Mitch Rapp stories. This one spends more time than usual on the political fallout of a Mitch Rapp hit than many of the others. The story finally comes together to make it an enjoyable novel but I would have preferred a little more of the Mitch Rapp action scenes scattered throughout the book.
The beginning and the Last 3 chapters gave you the great hook
The next Mitch Rapp story
No the long character building of non essential characters was boring. If Vince would have focused on building the main characters then it would have been more enjoyable
I liked the fact that this picked up where American Assassin left off and builds on Rapp's relationship with Irene, and his trust issues with the team.
However I felt Vince rambling on with the building of characters that are not relevant to the series.
I will still listen to the next book just to see where Vince is headed with Rapp.
What a squandered opportunity. I was excited when I found the author was revisiting the origins of Mitch Rapp and saw great promise in the first of this origins expedition.
This book however was borderline excruciating. Utterly transparent and no depth, I was hugely dissapointed.
Unfortunately I won't be revisiting this series again...
I found this book hard work, I thought the narrating was terrible and struggled to get past this.
No - the story was boring, predicable and written in a very simple way detailing things that really didn't need explaining.
Our assassin was supposed to be the best in the world but nearly gets his girlfriend killed.
George Guidall sounds like an old man reading this book, maybe he is, and his different voices sounded the same - like me reading to my children!
I dont know how people scored this highly?
No - I enjoy good murder books and there are plently out there
i wouldn't bother trying to change it
Differently not - The Home Page says that you can return books and I tried to find out how to do this on the web site but no luck!
How do I return books in the future becasue I need to know as I can't trust the recommendations
Let me state up front I have read all of the Mitch Rapp books. I loved most of them and liked most of the others, this one is my least liked so far. Very little action or story to make this one worth the while. The beginning starts out decent enough, but it flat lines from there.
Apparently Vince Flynn has run out of things to write about so going back in time to dredge up old stories that did not make the grade the first time around is the new approach. Well it might have worked the last time around in the American Assassin (barely), but enough it enough.
To me there was just barely enough here to make this book interesting. Even the narrator, who has done all of the past books, seemed bored. In fact I'd like to see a new narrator in the next installment.
Time to breath some new life into the series or just let it die. Better than the slow death that has started with the last two installments.
No, I never finished the book. Extreemly bad choice of performer for this book.
I never finished listening to it because Geogre Guidall was without inflection or spirit.