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Great book, I love this Mitch Rapp novel, best storyline of any of the series.Published 11 days ago by Aaron C Smith
So far everyone I've asked who's read the series says this is their favorite of the Mitch Rapp series. Read morePublished 13 days ago by YC
Listening to this book while driving north on 95 made two long days of driving feel much shorter. Good plot and well delivered.Published 16 days ago by TRB
As Mitch Rapp's life goes, so does the world around him. Vince Flynn manages twists and turns throughout the story, another great effort by an author who left this world at too... Read morePublished 23 days ago by john finkelnburg
This one will shock you to your core right up to the end. This is the best one yet. Highly recommended.Published 26 days ago by Bob F.
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One thing that annoys me about this, and several other suspense novels, is the author's apparent misubderstanding about the requirements for entering the United States from Canada. As of this post (March 18, 2007), US and Canadian citizens ARE NOT required to present a passport for entry. Any... Read More
Mar 18, 2007 by P. Braun | See all 4 posts
|Rapp getting older||
I sure hope not. There had been times in Flynn's previous books that I thought that the character was written into a corner (like when he was exposed as an assasin by the press). I've been very happy to see him develop like we all do as we get older. If he retires from the CIA, he takes all the... Read More
Nov 8, 2005 by D. E. Kolbet | See all 6 posts
|sorta reminds me of an Austin Powers movie||
LOL---Austin Powers references are always appropriate and at least he didnt use sharks with frickin' laser beams. I disagree with you for these reasons:
1. The killers, and the men who hired them, knew that if it was done in such a way that it did not look like an accident, there would be... Read More
Apr 17, 2012 by Bill G. | See all 3 posts