©1999 Vince Flynn. All rights reserved; (P)1999 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.
"His description of the White House is impressive; readers will wonder if the secret passageways, hidden rooms, and clever deception devices that help load this story with seemingly endless intrigue really exist." (Publishers Weekly)
I'm not a great fan of thrillers and this one didn't change my mind: Flat and stereotype characters and a very predictable story.
The original might be better, but I wouldn't recommend the abridged format.
Give me the whole book or don't make me feel scammed by miss labeling.
I will have to by the full version now but you already spoiled the story because I did not know it was abridged until the end of the recording after spoiling the hole damn book. Why did you not put that information at the beginning so I would not have heard only a third of the story before returning it..
File a lawsuit against Audibles for not telling people clearly that this in not the book as your wrote it and Audibles is selling this book misleading your readers
He is a great reader/story teller
Anger that you did not give me the complete book or give me a choice
Thank you for the prompt refund.
Yes. The abridged version leaves out some pertinent information - particularly related the the vice-president's actions.
plot, character development
honestly, I am listening to all Flynn's novels, so the plots run together...
mispronounced some words, romance scenes sounded weird
I'm not sure if it was the rendition or Flynn's writing, but I didn't think the romance/sex parts were believable or well done...the political intrigue, espionage, and military action is captivating and entertaining.
suspense and reality of the story
other Mitch Rapp stories, gritty and believable
characters are a little weak
yes really pleased
I wish Audible had the un-abridged form of the book. The abridged book is a little too choppy and seems to be missing sections of the full size book.
Okay, these stories are fiction but really! A man fires from the top of the Hotel Washington to the roof of the White House and no one confronts him? The plot is just not well thought through or well executed.
Vince Flynn and Mitch Rapp are my favorites but the narrator on this one ruined the listen. If you are out there Vince, PLEASE stick to George Guidall.
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