Terrible book. I had hope that Kyle would be able to take over for Vince but he just can’t. Besides the characters names, there is absolutely nothing in this story that would make you think it was the same storyline. The dialogue is terrible to the point I had to keep taking breaks away from this book. Even the action sequences were more of a shoot em up instead of thought out plan. Don’t waste your time on this book.
Another reviewer wrote that he found Azarov weak here; I think he was at his most compelling and believable. Not that you look to Mitch Rapp for believable story lines! I laughed here and there at comedic comments or episodes that break the tension. That’s pretty rare in a spy thriller, and I like it.
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 .
rip vince flynn
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.