The book kept me guessing the entire time until the end.
This story outlined a real kind of threat any nation could face.
This was a really good book and I listened to it in multiple parts to try and figure it out on my own.
Looks can be deceiving and this country is faced with threats similar to the one in this book, and it takes strong law enforcement to protect This country.
Nathan Daniel McBride is a sniper with the type of partner anyone in the military or security business would kill for.
Nathan and his partner are out of the military and are running a private security firm. As a team, they take on an assignment to locate a F. B. I. agent missing in action.
After Nathan and his partner start their investigation, they uncover the truth by putting the facts together. The truth as you will read begins with the undercover F. B. I. agent and why he was sent to bring down Freedoms Echo.
The title is First to Kill and when you read the story you will see why. I will make sure to definitely finish the Nathan McBride series. I would also highly recommend Mark Greaney’s Grey Man series and David Baldacci’s Will Roby series.
Awesome book well worth the credit and time. In this title some very interesting things happen to the main character Mitch Rapp and other important characters (Stan Harley) and some new characters are introduced. Don’t want to say much more than this as not to give the story away, but Mitch Rapp remains the last man you want to mess with.
There are twists at every turn so really pay attention to know who does what and who is on whose side. The Last Man includes modern day facts regarding the technologies used in the war on terra.
This book was awesome just like the other two books I read by Mark Greaney The Grey Man and On Target. I can't wait until the next series. I would say his books are as good as the Vince Flynn novels with the plot and the main character Court Gentry.
I like how Mark Greaney does not make Court Gentry look like some kind of superman who fights and never gets hurt. I am also waiting on a series which comes out and explains what Court actually did that upsetted the CIA. In this book it was sort of said but not entirely. I guess this unless I missed it is part of the authors attempt to keep listeners hooked on the series.
Vince Flynn is one of the top authors that I would highly recommend to anyone with an interest in this subject area. I waited a long time for this book like others because it marked the beginning of Mitch Rapp's career with the CIA and the challenges he faced becoming an operative. The only thing that was sad in the end one of the operatives was killed which is a harsh reminder of the dangers the career presents. Also, like how Vince ends his books leaving you with enough you can almost see where the next book will come in.
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