An entertaining story even if the main character is a native American version of Superman. Well told and unpredictable with a good reader. I recommend this rather unusual tale of adventure.
I read the reveiws, and everyone seems to have locked into George Guidall as the voice of Mitch Rapp. Since I had never listened to any of the other readings, I was not burdened by Guidall's voice being that of Rapp. I thoroughly enjoyed Sullivan's rendition. I don't blame Sullivan for disappointing those who are Guidall fans. Now, when I listen to Guidall reading the Rapp voice, I may be saying that he is not as good as Sullivan. Who knows! This risk of listening to a book, like that of watching a movie of a book...
So thumbs to this novel and the reader.
When I purchased this audiobook, I didn't know what to expect. I was delighted by the story and the story telling. The history, the people, the significance of Arlington were all something that I thought I knew, but I really didn't. Definitely worth the read/listen.
Dynamic and moving. The characters were believable and one could connect with them. Good history through the eyes of common people. I recommend.
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