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The Last Man: A Novel (13) (A Mitch Rapp Novel)

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The Last Man: A Novel (13) (A Mitch Rapp Novel)

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Could Be His BestI have been a Vince Flynn fan for a little over a year. In this past year I've read all of his Mitch Rapp books, thirteen in total. These are the type of books I would love to write but never will. They're full of action, espionage, politics, and explosions. I finished The Last Man about a week ago. This was number thirteen in the Mitch Rapp series. I believe this is the best book yet.It opens in a safe house in Jalalabad, Afghanistan. Four dead men are lined up on the living room floor. Mitch Rapp, an operative for the CIA, has just arrived and is studying the bodies one by one. These are not bad guys but the CIA's own men who were body guards for an agent who is now missing from the house. This begins a trail that goes from Afghanistan to Washington DC to Switzerland and back and forth.Most of the characters in the book are regulars that have been carefully constructed over the last twelve books. They are well rounded and you will feel like you know them. A few new characters appear in this book and surprisingly one character, Louie Gould, who appeared in only one other book. He is an international assassin who, in an attempt to kill Mitch Rapp, accidentally killed Rapp's pregnant wife. In The Last Man he's been hired to kill Mitch again.The settings are sometimes all too real and always add to the characters. The plot is strong and straightforward with a few surprises along the way. If you like action and adventure you'll love this series of books.Since I've had my Kindle I always give the books I read a rating when I'm finished. If you have a Kindle you know that when you reach the end of a book you are given the chance to rate it one to five stars and write a short review. I believe this is one of just a few books I've given five stars. I recommend this book but I was you and haven't read any of the Mitch Rapp books, I'd go to Vince Flynn's web site, [...], and find the chronological list of his books and begin with American Assassin which is Mitch Rapp #1.5Typical Flynn Page TurnerTypical Flynn fast paced page turner. Accurately depicts the beltway sewer, venal politicians, the jackal press, and the upside down pyramid of bureaucrats risking nothing but pretending to direct a field agent who is risking his life. But the character Dr Kennedy lacks plausibility. It's gross PC before PC became fashionable among the self-anointed zero street smart delusional elites. But what the hell, it's fiction.5Vintage Flynn.I circle the date on my calendar when a Vince Flynn novel is due. The wait is always worth it. This time was no exception.An intelligence asset in Pakistan goes missing from a safe house. Rapp and his team are called in to assess the damage and find Joe Rickman, the missing operative. Rickman is a high value target - he knows names, dates and places and has planned many of the undercover operations against terrorist groups. Director Kennedy fears the fallout of Rickman's capture and resulting damage to her intelligence network. But even before Rapp can launch an investigation all hell breaks loose on the ground in Pakistan.'The Last Man' is vintage Flynn - Mitch is front and center of an action packed, tension filled story. Things are never quite as they are portrayed. The writing is as good as the story, confrontations between Mitch, Kennedy and the bad guys du jour is worth the price. The current events aspect is so real you wonder how Flynn gets so close to the terrifying truth.HIGHLY RECOMMEND5It was a very good Mitch Rapp bookAs I was finally finishing this book, I remembered that Vince Flynn was nearing his death when he was wrapping this book up. It was a very good Mitch Rapp book. He was able to write most of The Survivor after this one. Previously, I read each Vince Flynn book as it came out, but got side-tracked with other stuff after Extreme Measures. After some time, I came back to start reading them again. There are many other good terrorists fighters out there in novels now, but Mitch Rapp was an original and is still one of the best. The plot holds up well even after all these years have passed.5Flynn's Last Rapp BookThe great thing about the Rapp series it typically delves into US relationships with other countries. In Protect and Defend it was Iran. Here it was Afghanistan and Pakistan. The characters were the strength of the book. New characters are introduced and depth added to old characters. Hurley is a trip and the dynamic between him and Rapp was awesome. Kennedy has arguably her best role to date. She's tough and puts various people in their place. I'm still trying to figure out what they are going to do with the Mike Nash character... He went from tough to clueless and whiny in this novel.I still don't understand what happened to Glen Adams in Pursuit of Honor. He is not mentioned here but wouldn't you think the IG of the CIA disappearing out of the blue would be a big deal, especially with all the time spent on that story line in Pursuit of Honor.Lastly, it was bittersweet to read this book since it was the last book Vince Flynn wrote in the Rapp series before his passing. Flynn is one of my favorite authors and Rapp is one of my favorite characters. This series is amazing! I hope Kyle Mills does Flynn proud as I get ready to read "The Survivor" . RIP Vinve ! You are missed!5The Last man"The Last Man" is the best of Vince Flynn's original Rapp novels, and the only one of his novels that is essentially a true spy story, rather than focusing on counterterrorism action.It's set in Afghanistan in the time following the bin Laden raid, when American relations with Pakistan are at their lowest and the White House is searching for a politically acceptable way to withdraw from Afghanistan. Against this backdrop, the CIA's top covert ops officer in the country disappears from a safe house, with four dead bodyguards left behind. Mitch Rapp is sent in to investigate and is quickly thrown into a complex plot that will pit him against Pakistani spies, the Taliban, the French assassin who killed his wife, and an assortment of self-serving State Department officials and politicians with their own agendas.The novel is also an important turning point in the series, because it's the beginning of Rapp's mellowing out and becoming more human again after darker and more brutal streak following his wife's death way back in "Consent to Kill," and it transitions into the Kyle Mills era.This is sadly the last novel written by Flynn before his premature death, but it's definitely his strongest in terms of plot and character. With this book, and the two prequel novels he wrote before it, I feel like he was really just hitting his stride and taking his writing to the next level. Kyle Mills picks up the series from here with a direct continuation of "The Last Man," which is the first in a loose trilogy centering around Pakistan and, in my opinion, this trilogy forms the highlight of the entire Rapp series."The Last Man" is highly recommended and well worth reading (I've done so three times now).5Loved this bookAnother great book in the Mitch Rapp series. After reading this book, I wonder how I let so many years pass before getting back to reading this series. Reading this book feels like going home - there are so many characters from previous books and of course, some new ones. Rapp is back at work trying to thwart the terrorists, even when he has been injured. There are certainly some unforseen twists along the way.5Vince Flynn has created an excellent and believable characterAt this point, it is difficult to review any Mitch Rapp novel differently than the ones which came before. Vince Flynn has created an excellent and believable character, one dedicated to the safety of our nation, and over-all justice for those who would bring down the US.As an aging Hippie Flowerchild, I am fascinated by my having become so taken in by characters of this type. Perhaps there is a pragmatic side of me that says Peace and Love will work in the long run, but somebody needs to help it along, by removing all horrible obstacles. And that is what Mitch Rapp and his group of patriots do; they remove obstacles to our country moving forward.If you have enjoyed pervious novels by Vince Flynn, you will certainly enjoy this one as well.5Mitch Rapp is The Last Man the bad guys want to see...It has been my pleasure to read all of Vince Flynn's novels, including his latest one, The Last Man. Flynn writes of the exploits of Mitch Rapp, the most clandestine of the agents of the CIA's Clandestine Service. He is the guy the President and the CIA Director, Irene Kennedy, call on when it is necessary to take the war on terrorism in the most direct way possible to the baddest of the bad guys. As Flynn's readers know, the really bad guys are not necessarily running around the desert and blowing up stuff. Nonetheless, the one thing no bad guy wants to hear is that Mitch Rapp is on his trail. When that happens, the bad guys "need to put their affairs in order." In The Last Man, one of the CIA's most knowledgeable agents is kidnapped in Jalalabad, Afghanistan. So, before the agent, Joe "Rick" Rickman, can be induced to give up the secrets he harbors, Mitch and his support crew have to locate and rescue him. The search takes Mitch in and out of a number of garden spots in Afghanistan and Pakistan, where he discovers, wonder of wonders, that not all of our so-called allies in the region are really looking out for the best interests of the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave. The plotline takes the reader through the political terrain I envisioned existed in Pakistan when I contemplated how Osama Bin Laden managed to evade capture for a decade past 9/11. This is a really interesting novel that gives us a chance to reacquaint ourselves with the ever-stalwart Irene Kennedy, who is a fictional breath of fresh air after watching one real-life CIA director recently go down in flames. Vince Flynn is right up there among the best of our thriller writers and I heartily recommend The Last Man to readers who enjoy the genre. If any reader hasn't sampled Flynn's wares to date, I suggest you go to the beginning and check out Term Limits, the only one of the author's novel that does not star tough-guy Mitch Rapp.5Lost it's Luster... Lots of Dialog and No ActionI was just over halfway through this book (265 pages) when I came to the conclusion that there had only been one fight/battle scene. In other words, this story was quite boring. It had been a few years since I read a Vince Flynn novel and I thought this one was going to be as thrilling and full of action as any other Rapp series. But, "The Last Man" was anything but. A lot of backroom conspiring and dialog but no action. I was severely disappointed. I have read all but just a couple of the Rapp series and it seems to me that Flynn made be losing his touch. If you are used to the high action, covert ops type of stories from Flynn, I wouldn't bother with this one.2
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