Kill Shot – Mitch Rapp Book 2 Review: If you’re unsure regarding Vince Flynn, you need to check out the acknowledgements in his most recent work. Flynn was a grueling year, afflicted by health issues that were so serious as to put off the finalization and publication date of KILL SHOOT, which was delayed from the year 2011 until the beginning of the year 2012. If this book will be worth it isn’t the issue- we require somebody similar to Flynn living for his own sake apart from the enjoyment that could be gained from his books –however, let’s consider the question in the meantime. Do you think KILL SHOT is worth the long wait? You bet!
“It has been reported elsewhere that Flynn’s books can be found in the libraries of at least two former presidents. Thus, while the position does not lend itself well to on-the-job training, a set of the Rapp canon would collectively constitute an appropriate manual concerning covert foreign policy.”
Flynn is an expert, perhaps the master of thrillers whose pages appear to be turning themselves. His main character, Mitch Rapp, is not invincible but possesses the deadly skill set and makes him the equivalent of the next best thing. Suppose Rapp is typically more than equal to any adversary in a single instance, Flynn more often than does not put him in the face of many of them, with a clock ticking in the background. Flynn also has an uncanny understanding of how the world operates, to the point that his work appears to be quite accurate in the way he lays out what’s to come over a year and in what way. So what’s in this book that you don’t like?
Flynn’s previous book American Assault, published in 2010, was Mitch Rapp’s first novel for lack of an appropriate term. KILL SHOT continues the exploration of his early days. Rapp is a ferocious CIA enforcer who has been thrown into the open on terrorists around the world, an elusive secret weapon of destruction keeping those who are determined to be able to destroy Western civilization awake all late at night. There’s a problem.
There are some of the same people who have brought Rapp to the CIA and let him go. They worry that he is doing his job enough. What happens when, they think, Rapp becomes rogue? The question seems to be answered when an assignment to hit the terrorist in Paris is a disaster. Rapp succeeds in his mission. However, he walks through an ambush. The resultant carnage causes numerous civilians to be injured without fault. That is his responsibility. In a state of shock and with no place to turn, Rapp discovers that the responsibility for the aftermath is on his shoulders. Rapp realizes that he could have been created by someone within the CIA’s upper levels as the story unfolds.
In hiding from two distinct police forces in the United States, terrorists and even his employer, Rapp must somehow clear his name and seek revenge against the people who have betrayed him. Overwhelming odds? Sure. But bet on Rapp. I adore the way the author picks up a thread here and a hint of it there, and then, with the help of a third party, one or two, but surely changes the course of events. If one could think of the novel as an analogy for Flynn’s struggle with his illness, this is one interpretation that could be more than logical.
There have been reports elsewhere that Flynn’s works can be located inside the books of the offices of two presidents in past times. Although the job is not suited to training on the job, however, a collection of the Rapp canon could be an adequate guideline for secret foreign policy. For us, we can go through KILL SHOT, the most recent and perhaps the most important in the series.
The book, Kill Shot is considered one of Vince Flynn masterpieces.
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The Normal read time of “Kill Shot – Mitch Rapp Book 2” is just over 9 and half hour, nevertheless If you’ve got the hardcover book as I do, then it was easily read in about 8 and an half hour. Overall Kill Shot – Mitch Rapp Book 2 book was amazing, short read time and simple to understand.
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Kill Shot – Mitch Rapp Book 2 Details
- Publisher : Atria/Emily Bestler Books; 1st edition (February 7, 2012)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 400 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1416595201
- ISBN-13 : 978-1416595205
- Item Weight : 1.23 pounds
- Dimensions : 6.13 x 1.1 x 9.25 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #67,061 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #479 in Political Fiction (Books)
- #712 in Terrorism Thrillers (Books)
- #1,303 in Political Thrillers (Books)
- Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 4,013 ratings
Vince Flynn Biography
Vince Flynn was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, in 1966. The year he graduated, he attended the University of St. Thomas and began his career as an account manager and sales marketing specialist at Kraft Foods. The year 1990 was the first time he was offered an aviation-related position within the United States Marine Corps but was disqualified medically before commencing the course.
Instead, he was a bartender and wrote his first novel entitled the book Term Limits. After being rejected numerous times, he self-published. It made the New York Times bestseller list in paperback.
He then wrote The Mitch Rapp series. The writer was also an advisor for the television show 24. He passed away after a lengthy fight for prostate cancer on the 19th of June 2013, at 47 years of age. The books he wrote posthumously continue to be on the list of bestsellers. The Survivor, written by Vince Flynn and Kyle Mills, made The New York bestseller list in 2015.
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