No. It was plenty to read once. I do not need to listen again.
There were many. The part where they described the huge size of church they had to get in Australia for less than 100 members.
She was consistent.
Her initial relationship with her uncle. Her first love who she lost.
This was a great insight into Scientology. A "religion" that should be run out of America. Mainly for what they do to children. This book reveals that treatment. It gives you a look into what is happening in that cult.
Yes. I love this entire series. It's sad that Vince Flynn died. I was worried I would be left hanging because this is an ongoing story. Obviously it's a selfish perspective because a talented author passed and I'm worried about the story. That's the beauty of the characters in the books, they seem real. It is easy to connect with the entire story and the returning characters. As far as a finale to the entire story line this book will have to do. We do have some unfinished business here but cancer is not concerned with timing. So it is sad that it sort of stops without the creator accomplishing his ultimate goal. Still these books are great and if you like CIA style thrillers you have to read or listen to all these books.
It's always when Rapp starts kicking ass.
Don't miss Rapp kick some ass.
It's a solid book continuing a great story about Rapp and his friends and of course him killing the bad guys.
I don't know. This is my first try at CIA type novels.
He is just kinda boring. His voice is nerdy and he is a slow style reader. I prefer George Guidall. But Sullivan is not terrible so it's still worth listening to. Some of his characters are pretty good but the basic narration borderlines on annoying.
I love it when Rapp saves the girl from being raped by the terrorist. A very heroic and exciting scene for sure. He did it against orders and that's why Rapp rocks. He is his own man. Even though he is a killer he still has a conscience and a moral code. This part of the book says it all about the main character of the series.
The whole CIA/assassin type novel is new to me. I was hooked from the first few minutes of the first book in the series. I have decided to suffer through books 3, 4 & 5 with narrators who can't hang with Guidall. Mainly because I can't skip around a series. I have to read them in order. If I wasn't so OCD about that type of thing I would just skip right to book 6 with Guidall back as the narrator. He is a master narrator and by far the best of the best. But Sullivan does just a good enough job to make it ok to listen to. The main thing is the books are great and I highly recommend them if you like the whole secret agent thing.
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