So many of the writers who have long standing series simply fail to give us a story. Vince Flynn is an exception. I happen to love George Guidall and I think he deserves the very high standing he has a narrator. The thing about Guidall is that I do not get possessive about what he reads. Some narrators simply become too memorable and do not transfer well to other writers.
Vince Flynn has provided a good puzzle in a timely story. There are several authors I no longer have confidence in their story telling. Vince Flynn continues to deliver. This is not his best but it is much better than his least interesting and far better than his peers. The story and narrator are good company and a credit well spent.
Blind Vietnam veteran. Antique weapons collector. Outdoor enthusiast. Florida State University graduate with Business major. Owner of home health agency. registered nurse.
Well thought out. Exciting. Very well narrated. The story has some good twists and turns and it is an exciting read.
Vince Flynn never fails to entertain. I've enjoyed every journey with Mitch and this one had me just as entralled as the others. George Guidall is also great. My only criticism would be that the story seem to move a little too fast. Vince Flynn usually builds up events a little longer. I like that it really helps you get into the scene. This time I found myself having to rewind a few times because it seemed like I missed something. All in all though this was great.
Electrical Engineer, 51 years old father of 3.
Mitch is back and once again he is flexing his muscles. I love Mitch’s no nonsense approach to getting things done that nobody wants to do. Vince please keep writing and will keep reading.
I love to read espionage and criminal thrillers. My lifestyle doesn't allow time to sit and read so audio books is really an enjoyment.
This is one of Silva's best books
All the secrets and how they were brought to light.
George is my favorite narrator. He adds so much to a book in how he shows feeling in the read.
Rome is not innocent!
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Tom Clancy, Brad Thor or Lee Child. If you like any of those books, you will LOVE Mitch Rapp.
One caveat on this book. You really should read all the books prior to understand this story completely.
Fast in the beginning, intriguing in the middle, and all out awesome in the end!
I live his style. His voice is rough, smooth, and perfect.
Yes, but I don't want to spoil the story.
The only issue with Mitch Rapp books is that they end. I wish there were 100 of these books. Vince Flynn books are the kind that I start and I find myself making time to read. I can't wait to hear what happens.
It pulled me through many emotions and expectations about what was going on, and in the end it was satisfyingly complex!
I can't give that away.
There are a couple of things that I really love about this book. The first is that in the beginning it reads kind of like a murder mystery, opening with a grisly crime scene and the question of who dun it and why? For a moment its like watching a good episode of CSI.
Then there's the matter of the nail-biting action scenes; Vince Flynn usually writes those well, so no surprise there.
And lastly, my favorite books in this series are the ones where Mitch is happily married. During that time he had something to live for and readers got to see Mitch Rapp the husband. He laughed more, showed a bit more caution in his decision-making and was overall a happier guy. As a female reader, I love to see the my tough guys soften up occasionally for one reason or another. In The Last Man, Mitch Rapp has some moments that make him wonderfully vulnerable and beautifully human. I fell in love with him all over again.
George Guidall is a class act. He has a great voice for this type of book. He has been Mitch Rapp, more or less, from the beginning. He seems to be at a point where he knows the character very well which makes reading him fairly easy.
Giving Mitch Rapp a voice just makes him feel more real.
I had begun to feel a bit sad for Mitch Rapp for the loss of his wife and unborn child and how it affected him in the years following. Rapp seemed to lived for his work and didn't seem to have much of a life outside of it. I'm not entirely sure that he allowed himself to properly grieve and for a while I thought he would live the remainder of his life alone - which would've been a trajedy unto itself.
In The Last Man, I felt a profound since of relief and hope upon hearing that Rapp wanted to find love again.
Born to read
I enjoyed this latest installment in Mitch Rapp -- Good guys bad guys . and the good guys wins