No. However, very clever and resourceful characters
Would like to read a sequel.
The Matt Rapp series is one of the best CIA story lines. Once you read the first book you are hooked.
It had everything action, mystery, humor, intrege, sex, and violence
By being so well written
He ties in a lot of factual history into his story and his grasp of the Geopolitcal spectrum is unmatched!
Nothing Guidall is phenomenal
Vince Flynn is Amazing I celebrate the mans entire catalog! American Assasin would seem to be impossible to top, but he at least matched it. Rapp is badder than "Downtown Lee Roy Brown"!!!!
I felt I could think right along with the characters, and say things out loud if needed. I liked that I could listen in the car while I was driving, and also at home in the house while I was cleaning.
Always, Mitch Rapp.
I liked when the police (Francine) first came on the scene, and were trying to recreate what actually happened in the hotel. Of course, the mini love scene with Mitch and Greta was cute, too.
What if the tables turned, and you might be the next kill shot?
can't get enough of Mitch Rapp!!
Audio books read by George Guidall are outstanding. The best reader I have ever heard in audio. I'll buy anything read by this man. He has the unique characteristic of making the book come alive and not just read.
Mitch Rapp is one cool agent under direct enemy fire. How he survives in this book is a real page turner.
THe hotel room where Mitch is under fire from a dozen or so heavily armed men who want to destroy his life in less than a minute.
interesting story. Just complicated enough
No. This kind of book is just not for me. It was a bit boring. Hit man out on his own not trusting anybody.
I would say this for entire Mitch Rapp series. The combination of Vince Flynn's writing and George Guidall's narration is hard to beat. Brilliant story telling.
I'd read this again; it's a great story and since this was my first read of a Mitch Rapp series, I've decided to go through a few more of the series.
George did a great job as the raspy voice of the guy that despised Mitch but finally came around at the end; believed his name was Stansfield.
The descriptive ways Mitch approached each encounter with the enemy.
An engaging story.
Yes. It was reasonably intelligent and didn't waste time.
Guidall is a genius at narration. He captures the intent of the author flawlessly.
Do Mitch Rapp stories move ANYONE? I'm not reading this to be moved. I just don't want to be disappointed by a crummy story. I wasn't.