The plot was thinly veiled- even I had it figured out early on in Part One. Good writing of details, but none of the fine descriptions ended up having any importance.
The story should have a more complex character. Also very many characters are introduced and only a few have any direct relevance to the story.
No, I haven't and I'm not likely to do so.
Good writing of details, but none of the fine descriptions ended up having any importance.
I bought this because it was a listener favorite. I'm wondering why.
Flynn's books are amazing! Having been to Afghanistan and served in the military I am constantly amazed at how accurate his books are! This guy really does his research! I feel like I'm listening to a story by a fellow soldier
No one writes better than Vince Flynn. This book keeps you on the edge of your seat. I love the way Vince massages the characters. As much as I love Mitch Rapp,'s character, I really like Stan Hurley. He is something else!!!!!! No one adds more to a book than George Guidall.
I have now completed the entire Mitch Rapp series and am SO sad to get to the last book. I sincerely hope it isn't the end of the series. I don't think I ever enjoyed a series quite as much as this one. The only glitch I feel kept this from being the "perfect" series was when two of the books had different narrators. George Guidall spoiled us in the very beginning and a change of narration became unacceptable. Otherwise, this series was so full of excitement, anticipation and even sadness. So true to life! Thank you Vince Flynn for a wonderful contribution to the audible world and PLEASE keep Mitch Rapp alive for all his fans!
Excellent storyline and action from start to finish. Loved this series and the right person is reading it.
Best voice for this series
George Guidall is a master of the spoken word. I have an image in my mind of each character because of the way Vince wrote and the way George spoke the words. Each has a distinct personality.
Vince Flynn is my favorite character. On a mission and he does not suffer fools, no matter what their position
Yes, right at the top.
I can see the theme of the book as a modern day reality in present day Pakistan.
I am sad to know this was Vince Flynns last book. It's like a friend has passed on and I will miss reading his words.
I purposefully waited months to listen to this because I knew it was going to be worth the wait. Vince Flynn does it again with his no-nonsense style of writing: nothing is fodder, everything, no matter how small or insignificant builds on the momentum of the story: which is pure bliss if you're into politics, espionage, clandestine operations, military logistics, not to mention the psyche's of high stress individuals!
Flynn takes you into the world behind the news headlines, behind all of the political posturing, behind all of the allegations and scrutiny around the CIA, and the work that they do at home and abroad.
I really don't even want to write anymore, no spoilers here though. This book is just too well written to really find anything wrong with it. Well, the ending felt a little rushed, but that's probably because I waited a couple of months to listen to the darn thing. When something is this good, you know it's impossible, but you want to savor the memory of the experience forever.
This one is a winner, and George Guidall gets as much credit as Vince Flynn! I know, it sounds absurd, but it's true. Guidall is majestic with his delivery of the narrations of every character, and when he really gets into it, the hairs on the back of your neck let you know that you're into it too.
Yes, I'd recommend this audiobook to a friend. In fact, I already have. Vince Flynn and George Guidall give life to Mitch Rapp and Director Kennedy in a story that holds your attention until the end and leaves you satisfied with the outcome.
This was my first book by Vince Flynn and will not be my last. Very engaging characters and plot. The pace keeps moving at a nice clip and thanks to the narrator George Guidall you feel satisfied and drawn in.