yes, it was an excellent story truly enjoed it
pace from beginning to end kept moving
he is always good
Overall, a very good book. The ending was abrupt and actually didn't seem like an ending.
This is not as good as the other Vince Flynn I've read.
George Guidall is very good as always.
I wouldn't have bought this audio book if I didn't expect to enjoy it and listen to it again and again. Much to my surprise, it delivered beyond my expectations and I was pleasently surprised by this short story by Vince Flynn. While not as long as most of his past books, it was more than we could expect given his battle with cancer over the last year or so. It was an enjoyable listen with a good story line that draws you in and won't let you out until the final word is spoken; leaving you wanting yet another chapter.
More more more.. just one more page before bed wicked fun to read and listen too.
Make it longer.
All of them. He is a great narrator.
I had to break it up into parts as time allowed but if I could I would listen to it all in one sitting.
Great author, great series. I cannot wait for new material.
I was looking forward to the next book in the series since I finished the previous book. I pre-ordered as soon as I saw it available and got it the day it came out.
I like that the references to previous history of the character reminded me of the previous books and it made this book more enjoyable for me.
Too many come to mind.
The familiarity of the reader - it would not be the same story with him.
Flynn is still doing good. I am still wishing for more books. Guidall is a good narrator.
Come on! This is a silly question to ask anyone.
Yes, character well developed, action keeps the story moving.
Mr. Guidall I will rate. He's in the top two or three readers I've have the pleasure to listen to and an author has the good luck to have perform his/her book.
It was nice to get back to the "later in life" Mitch Rapp. To see the intricate relationships on a basis of respect. I listen to this series and hope that the really is someone like Mitch out there working for us.
I plan to listen to this again. It's a page turner and wonderfully performed
Retired CPA, Denver native. Like to listen to books. Visually impaired.
not his best
A typical Mitch Rapp story. Not as exciting as some of his biiks
He has done most of the Nitch Rapp books so his voice is what you nexpect. He switches characaters pretty well
No, not really