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Mitch Rapp is no longer a man, but a god
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on April 27, 2020
The book was as full of international action and political intrigue as all the others.
However, I did find that the character and plot development was not quite as deep, and therefore realistic, as the Vince Flynn novels, but then he was genius.
What I did find disappointing, though, was the way Mitch Rapp has developed into some kind of god with even the CIA director kissing his feet.
They way they let Stan Hurley on that one mission was also totally unbelievable. These characters have clearly gotten too big, turning the suspense fiction into borderline fantasy.
Nonetheless, the story is well written, gripping, and, I think, well-deserving of the 4 stars I've given it.
I Here is my detailed review:
Hero: 4 stars
Heroine (Dr. Kennedy?): 4 stars
Plot: 4 stars
Writing style: 5 stars
Humor: 1 star
Action: 5 stars
Suspense: 5 stars
Romance: 0 stars
Sensuality: 0 stars
Ending: HEA; some loose ends, but no cliffhanger.
Would I read another book by this author? Probably.