I have only listened to this book. It is a great book to listen to especially with George Guidall narrating. I look forward to the next book by Vince Flynn.
I love to listen to George Guidall. In fact I look for books he narrates.
Some of the language sequences made me laugh out loud.
I have listened to the entire Mitch Rapp series. I loved it!
My imagination gets stirred by listening through my ears, rather that through my eyes.
The build up was great.
He has the perfect voice for Rapp.
Flynns books are very engrossing.
I'm 55y.o. and i've been an avid reader since i was 10.I read like i eat pretzels..can't put them down till they're gone if they're good.Audiobooks have added an additional level of sheer enjoyment.
I've either liked or loved every single 'Mitch Rapp' episode.This one is simply so tight,so gripping that i may listen to it again this month.Vince Flynn has outdone himself.
The plot of the book involves so many elements so well woven together i was stunned.Every character feels as if he (or eileen) could have been ripped from headline news...but of course with their need for secrecy to operate they never would be.Pakistan and the US, such unlikely but mutually necessary allies have both been called to answer for some conducts truely unbecoming.
Mitch Rapp,Irene Kennedy and Stan Hurley have clearly taken over the voice of George Guidall.They own him now and he simply does their bidding. Vince,PLEASE KEEP UM" COMING!!
Sure. Wait for a sale price though.
Yes. I belive he has talent. He just did not try too hard with this book.
I've listened to worse and also much better.
This was our first Vince Gill novel. We listened while driving between the midwest and Florida. The book lasted just long enough and kept us totally entertained throughout the drive. The reader was outstanding. I have ordered another for the return trip. It is great to be able to read the reviews and get an idea about which of the books are the tops in a series.
Yes. I love Vince Flynn books and Mitch Rapp is my favorite. George Guidall is one of the best.
The return of Stan Hurley. I think it is a mistake for Flynn to write him out of the storyline. He is one of the more interesting characters and brings life to Mitch Rapps character.
No. The book really didn't flow very well and other than Mitch Rapp and Stan Hurley had no interesting characters. This is the first book by Flynn that I have not rated as 5 Stars.
Fictional characters do not have to age on the same time line as we all do. It appears that Flynn is trying to age Hurley and Rapp out and create a new character. Remember that story about the goose and the golden egg. Sometime it is better to slow the age process and continue along with the creative storyline we all enjoy.
This was my first Vince Flynn and enjoyed the plot development. The setting in Afghanistan and plot involving the CIA was interesting in a geo-political way as the US winds down involvement there.
It is right up there since my preference for audio books is action packed clandestine adventures.
Mitch Rapp. He is the main character in all of Flynn's books. He is the ultimate CIA operative going after the bad guys. NO one gets by him and he seems to be able to figure anything out.
He has a voice that is unmistakable and he is able to manipulate his voice to sound like all of the characters in the book. The experience is like you are watching a movie since he makes you feel like you are there.
NO its a very long book and you need a break although its a great book for long drives. It made the trip I listened to it on much shorter and more pleasant. That can't be said for all narrators.
Audio books are addicting. Especially when radio stations are horrible and you don't have access to internet music in your car. They are also great for people who don't have time to sit down and read because you can be doing other things while you are listening to a book.
As a rule I would not listen to an entire book a second time. But with really good authors like this one, I will go back after listening to a portion and re-listen to a specific section. Flynn takes you on a journey and you can miss some turns the first time down the road.
Rapp and Kennedy, both great characters. Also enjoy the rough edge of Hurley. Vince Flynn works these characters together nicely and Guidall brings them to life.
No, I like the pleasure to last longer than one sitting.
Mitch Rapp, fantastic series. I hope it continues soon.