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  • Mitch Rapp Never Disappoints!

    By Trenee318
    Enjoyed this book.
  • Wow

    By Zaldivar10
    Read it. Slow your heart rate. Then go start searching for a generator. This is one of my favorites in this series. I think Kyle might just do better justice to Rapp than Flynn, and believe me when I say that’s no easy feat. I’m also pulling for Coleman to FINALLY become three-dimensional. Go Scott! Glad he speaks Russian. Read it. You’ll love it, too.
  • Boring

    Poorly researched with absolutely nothing holding it together. I miss Vince and his great stories. I’m done until I’m forced to reconsider.
  • Ridiculous

    By Tim From Aitkin
    That’s really all I need to say. This series used to be entertaining but has become poorly written and dumb. It seems they’ll continue cranking out half-baked, stupid plot lines a few times a year in the hopes we keep eating them up. I’m finished with it.
  • Nice change of pace.

    By Bkevin12
    Another good read in the Mitch Rapp series. Domestic terrorism is an unfortunate reality in American today and in the future. This is a stark reminder.
  • Good book

    By R Rbaker
    I enjoyed the idea. It is intriguing and I’m thinking possible. Scary. It was a good, quick, entertaining read.
  • Total Power

    By MrsNole
    Really disappointed. This felt rushed and lacked significantly in the details and character development we have come to love from Vince and Kyle. Kyle has done a good job picking up with MItch Rapp where Flynn left off but this book almost feels like it was written by someone else.
  • A mediocre weekend read

    By Aberlour15
    This was a decent, quick read. The premise was interesting, although it felt a little disjointed in parts and then other aspects of the story seemed rushed.
  • Total Power

    By scrappy73
    Not the best Mitch Rapp book. Just downright bad.
  • Far apart from Vince Flynn’s original work

    By chipperman7575
    Really bad. Had to put it down after the half way mark. The character of Mitch Rapp in this book is completely off.