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I hate myself for liking this book so much.
Basically, I'm a knee-jerk liberal who hates the real life excesses of our intelligence community. And I was sort of uncomfortable with the actions of the ultra macho secret agents that populate the Flynn-iverse.
But I kept listening every chance I got and pretty soon I was making up not-so-important errands so I could listen in the car.
I've heard a couple of these Vince Flynn stories now and even though I don't think he writes the most three dimensional characters - he's just really good at crafting these plots that just rope you in and never let up.
How come they're not making these things into movies?
54 of 55 people found this review helpful
Okay. I read thrillers to be thrilled. The books don't have to be literature, they have to be entertaining!
Vince Flynn seldom disappoints at all and I have never been disappointed by a Rapp novel. The Audible versions also have voice appropriate readers that seem to have a good time reading the book.
If you like old fashioned action, where the main character still loves his country and is willing to die to defend it or his women, read these books.
If you want a book where the main character spends more time crying than solving the problems before him, you need to move along because this is not that type of book.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
Narration is excellent. The plot trots along at a good pace and it is does exactly what you would expect, maverick CIA, Middle Eastern terrorism, the moral question of torture, sage old boys veterans of politics and war.
My only reservation is the home life oh please stay away from that domestic arguments a wife who is on one hand the legal brain of Socrates and Perry Mason and is a complete emotional bitch. Sorry just making her work and brainy is still a nagging emotionally bankrupt woman.
Would you listen to Extreme Measures again? Why?
Who was your favorite character and why?
Rapp naturally but Nash is sounding good
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Nash, despite his hard job makes a great and funny dad
Any additional comments?
Language a bit on the strong and over used side, which is a shame, but the story is great