I like the characters and the excitement. I'm always surprised that I enjoy an author who has Rush Limbaugh on his web sight, but I do. I like the relationship between Irene Kennedy and Mitch and I found bringing in a villain from another book very intriguing.
Liked when Irene Kennedy one ups the FBI
Not exactly the kind of book that "moves " you.
The story was really still more of the same, but it was a little bit better than the last couple of novels set in the "present" time frame. The writing is always top notch and George Guidall has become the voice of Vince Flynn for me, although I do think his women all sound a bit breathy at times. Not as much political preaching and some of the recent works. Overall, not the renewed energy of the last two "trip to the past novels", but a good work - must have for anyone going through the whole series - ok as a starting point as well, but a couple of "spoilers" if you start here and then go back to book 1.
I didn't like his tone, cadence and overall performance. Many better narrators for this tye of intriguing and exciting story.
...but I expected more from the story that's why I give it a four.
The story, the Middle East setting.
Generally I liked the performance although I thought George's voice wasn't what I thought Mitch Rapp would sound like. I thought he'd sound younger. George did very good Pakistani and Middle East accents though.
Do not know
The murder of the CIA agent
I have heard an mumberr of books he has read and he is very good again.
Yes, it was hard to lay it aside
Because its a good story
If was fast moving with loads of different aspects
He personalised the characters pretty well
It was a good story so iv had another one of the same series
Author of Spyder Sylk
I would certainly recommend this story to a friend. (Spolier Alert!) I really enjoyed how "the egghead" - the traitor who seemed to think he could think his way out of a dire situation which he created - got his just desserts at the very end.
This is the first book by Vince Flynn that I have listened to, so for now this novel is where I will set the standard.
I have not listened to any of George Guidall's other performances before so, as with Vince Flynn, this performance is where I will set the standard.
The Last Man was worth 8 hours of listening time. I found the end a bit difficult to finish, as I think the author was lacking prose that was as gripping as the first 8 hours.
I have no additional comments.
Riveting till end!
When you were finally clued in on who was really behind the plot!