rip vince flynn
Not worth the read compared to prior books in the series
Characters are poorly interrelated you really don’t care what happens to anyone . By the end rapp is such a disconnected figure you have no sympathy left for him. The plot lines get sillier and more unbelievable as the scenes unfold .
From the first page to the last, I loved reading this novel. Some scenes were written with such crisp description I could see and feel everything that was happening. And some parts were even funny. One thing in particular I appreciated was I never felt lost. I always knew who was who and where everybody was, which is hard to do when Rapp is flying from continent to continent. This level of clear writing doesn’t happen by accident. Overall, an excellent read. Bravo Mr. Mills 👏🏻
Another really good read, fast paced, fun and a quick read. Very enjoyable and nicely done!
The worst of the great Mitch Rapp novels. Eminently missable.
I have read a good many of past books in this series. It appears that the current writing has lost much of the subtle appeal of Mitch Rapp. This plot is not up to past standards as well. There comes a time to move on.
Another great Mitch Rapp thriller!
Although this is not Vince Flynn, it’s well worth the read and I look forward to the next adventures of Mitch Rapp. Thanks for not letting his fans down.
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Plot was not believable and was all over the place....
Kyle Mills is brave choosing to step into Vince Flynn’s novels and continue on Mitch Rapp’s character. I have true respect for Mills. Where I feel this novel is missing its mark is Rapp is a hero not a monster. Some of the detail and descriptions in this book portray Rapp as insensitive and gruesome. Rapp is not that character in the previous books Flynn wrote.
Great read. More great unit integrity, loyalty, and selfless sacrifice. I may have unconsciously been humming the national anthem at one point. Kyle Mills again knocks it out of the park. Let’s hope it isn’t foreshadowing of future events!