By Vince Flynn
When the CIA receives word about an upcoming terrorist attack, they immediately look towards their superagent Mitch Rapp to do whatever it takes to protect American lives in this “page-flipping extravaganza” (Publishers Weekly) from the #1 New York Times bestselling author Vince Flynn.
Just as Washington, DC, prepares for a grand Memorial Day tribute to the veterans of World War II, the CIA receives intelligence about a potential major terrorist attack. Racing to Afghanistan, Mitch Rapp leads a commando raid on an Al-Qaeda stronghold in a remote border village—and defuses plans for a nuclear strike on the nation’s capital. But Rapp knows, in the face of a new kind of enemy, nothing is what it seems—and it’s up to him alone to avert a disaster of unimaginable proportions.
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A disappointment3By Beachside ReaderYou would think someone else wrote this book. In the past Vince Flynn’s books have been character and plot driven. This latest book is short on character development and long on a fascination with explosives. He spends pages describing the terrorists’ devices for destroying Washington, D.C. and very little on the characters themselves.
Memorial Day5By Peasoup 1Excellent story
Memorial Day4By Realtor JimI love Mitch Rapp, but this was my least favorite of the series. Still worth the read.
Excellent5By GD MacExcellent work and the world is darker without you.
Does it again5By Tech AdvisorAnother great Mitch Rapp thriller! Fantastic!
Amazing5By Austinh2995Amazing book
Exciting ending!5By Dave MeyerSlow start, but good setup for the non stop excitement at the end! Highly recommended for all adrenalin reader junkies!
A++ effort by Flynn as expected5By JoePMI haven't read a bad Vince Flynn book yet, and this might be his best work. For those that haven't read Flynn, his books are a bit of a cross between the show 24 and Tom Clancy novels. In other words, they have the heart-stopping excitement of 24 with the intelligence and detail of Clancy novels (although Flynn is much better in this regard since Clancy often goes overboard in the military lingo so much so that they can be hard to follow). Once you read one Flynn novel, you will want to read more!