What can I say, I have read every book up till this one and will finish the series and mourn when I do. What a bad ass, not just Mitch, Kennedy, Stan, and Nash. I would like to think our CIA is as half as efficient as the story indicates. I am sorry Vince Flynn had to meet such an early demise.
Son. Husband. Father. Brother/Pastor. Missionary/Friend. Educator/Writer.
I've read all of the Mitch Rapp series in order up to this novel. I absolutely love the series. What I really appreciated about this novel was the different approach that Vince Flynn took in terms of the plot and characters. It gave me much more insight into a few characters, which is something I'm not quite used to. Excellent read! Amazing performance! Overall, one of my favorite Mitch Rapp books.
Lots of action.
Guidall is his normal extraordinary self. Love his voice.
Sorry to see this is the last from Vince. Wish he could have made Mitch a bit happier. Maybe Kyle can inject some happiness in Rapp's life.
This was a fast paced book with some good twists. As always, Vince Flynn knows how to create a good story plot.
71-year-old grandmother who has been an avid reader all my life. I have recently retired from being a litigation attorney (for Plaintiffs).
Again, I can say this is the best Mitch Rapp so far. One notable feature: there were several events occurring simultaneously, but all were easy to follow. I never felt lost, like I do with some authors who try to introduce too much going on in the story. In this book, a prominent member of the clandestine group has been kidnapped and is possibly dead. In the course of following leads, Rapp discovers he has been marked for assassination and the assassin is a previous nemesis come to haunt him again. The real surprise is what happens at the moment Rapp is targeted. His journey through a loss of memory keeps the story moving. Coleman is back as one of Rapp's "helpers" and, as usual Kennedy plays a prominent role. As with other books in this series, sometimes it is difficult to determine which side people are on, but Rapp manages to sort it out and with his "the end justifies the means" attitude, he puts everything back in place. Stan Hurley is back, but his unfortunate health condition means this is probably his last appearance.
Mitch Rapp is certainly the last man you want to mess with, and more certainly, the last man some people ever see.
The main interest in this volume comes from the super-convoluted genius plan that has Mitch and Irene and everyone else believing. So, since Mitch figures it out, what does it say about HIS intelligence? Keeps you going till the big confrontation.
And once again, Sherlock, the dog that isn't is important.
A long and involved story that keeps you entertained. It brings in several characters that builds the excitment and desire for vengeance, and pays off.