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4.0 von 5 Sternen Another good one!, 22. Oktober 2005
Flynn my not be my favorite thriller author, but he maybe the most consistent. You can always count on an entertaining and insightful thrill ride with plenty of action, and you can't beat Mitch Rapp for a leading man (to bad all the old school Hollywood actors are too old or dead, as I don't think any of this generations actors have the Macho cool to portray Rapp).
In this outing the stakes continue to rise for our hero Rapp. There is a Bounty on his head placed by a rich Saudi looking for revenge! He also has an Ex East German spy and a husband and wife assassin team to deal with. To top it all off his wife Anna is going to have a baby. Oh Yeah Mitch also has to have knee surgery! If it was anybody but Rapp you'd say hang it up! There is one great scene where Rapp teaches a Belt way bureaucrat some manners---its awesome!
All in all this is another Flynn page turner with plenty of action, twists and turns, and a pretty good ending. For more thrills and adventure with a twist, I recommend you check out the underground hit "Tourist in the Yucatan."
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Mitch Rapp ist wieder da..., 28. Oktober 2010
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Consent to Kill (Taschenbuch)
So stellen sich die Amerikaner ihre Helden vor: Der einsame Cowboy setzt sich ein für Recht und Ordnung, so wie er es versteht - nicht etwa für Gesetze -, egal wie widrig die Umstände sind und wird von seinen aufrechten Vorgesetzten geschützt. Ja, so muss sie sein, die heile amerikanische Welt. Man kann das mögen, man kann es sein lassen. Für einen guten Thriller ist das aber genau das richtige Rezept. Denn Vince Flynn muss sich nicht elendig mit irgendwelchen vielschichtigen Charackteren rumschlagen, sondern kann mit dieser Schwarz-Weiß-Erzählung schnell und spannend ohne Umschweife eine Geschichte erdenken und zu ende spinnen. Wer die Darstellung von Persönlichkeiten und die Beschreibung von deren Gefühlwelten will, muss andere Lektüre wählen.

Mitch Rapp der Spitzenagent der CIA, wird Ziel eines Mordkomplotts. In diesem Komplott kommt seine schwangere Frau um. Aber was wäre Mitch Rapp, wenn er sich dadurch aus der Bahn werfen lassen würde? Jetzt geht sie los, die Verfolgungsjagd bis zu den Hintermännern und hohen Politikern des Komplotts, den Mittelsmännern und schließlich zu den Auftragsmördern. Fast alle werden sie im Alleingang umgelegt. Da kann man an den persönlichen Rechtsempfinden des Mitch Rapp nichts falsch verstehen. Ihn leitet Rache, sonst nichts. Mehr lässt sich zum Inhalt des Buches auch nicht sagen, denn der Inhalt ist im Wesentlichen der Rachefeldzug des Mitch Rapp. Man kann nur hoffen, dass es einen Mitch Rapp in der Realität nicht gibt. Im Buch war er wieder umwerfend; ein Pageturner. Spannend von Seite 1 bis zum Ende.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Mitch Rapp Becomes the Prey, 6. Februar 2007
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Consent to Kill (Taschenbuch)
In the tangled world of terrorists, our "friends" can be our worst enemies. Those with careful memories recall that 9/11 was primarily executed by middle class Saudi citizens . . . with nary an Iraqi in sight. Consent to Kill carefully explores that duality of role among leading Saudi citizens in a way that will leave most people wondering if we really have things under control.

Mitch Rapp becomes the target of a Saudi billionaire after the billionaire's soon was captured and killed by Mitch. With the connivance of a member of the King's family, top talent is recruited to do the dirty deed. At the same time, Mitch is facing up to some surprises. He's slowing down and starting to take married life more seriously. Where will it all lead? As you can imagine there are a lot of bangs and flashes involved.

Most action thrillers are pretty much interchangeable. Vince Flynn has risen above such clich's in this novel by using unusual circumstances to reveal the character of Mitch Rapp. It's rare to find a book about assassins that explores their motives and feelings about their work. Most assassins are simply described as sick people or not developed psychologically.

The book's basic premise is that being on the receiving end of murderous intentions will change a man. And that point is certainly right. How being hunted changes Mitch Rapp makes for a good story.

Unfortunately, many of the other characters in the book are simply caricatures of the types we all love to hate. That makes much of the book's oversimplifications into intentional satire. If those elements had been edited down about 30%, for me this would have been a much more entertaining book.

As it was, the plot kept taking me places I didn't expect to go, and I enjoyed the trip. Nice book!

Mitch Rapp fans will definitely want to read this one!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Mitch Rapp Becomes the Prey, 6. Februar 2007
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In the tangled world of terrorists, our "friends" can be our worst enemies. Those with careful memories recall that 9/11 was primarily executed by middle class Saudi citizens . . . with nary an Iraqi in sight. Consent to Kill carefully explores that duality of role among leading Saudi citizens in a way that will leave most people wondering if we really have things under control.

Mitch Rapp becomes the target of a Saudi billionaire after the billionaire's soon was captured and killed by Mitch. With the connivance of a member of the King's family, top talent is recruited to do the dirty deed. At the same time, Mitch is facing up to some surprises. He's slowing down and starting to take married life more seriously. Where will it all lead? As you can imagine there are a lot of bangs and flashes involved.

Most action thrillers are pretty much interchangeable. Vince Flynn has risen above such clich's in this novel by using unusual circumstances to reveal the character of Mitch Rapp. It's rare to find a book about assassins that explores their motives and feelings about their work. Most assassins are simply described as sick people or not developed psychologically.

The book's basic premise is that being on the receiving end of murderous intentions will change a man. And that point is certainly right. How being hunted changes Mitch Rapp makes for a good story.

Unfortunately, many of the other characters in the book are simply caricatures of the types we all love to hate. That makes much of the book's oversimplifications into intentional satire. If those elements had been edited down about 30%, for me this would have been a much more entertaining book.

As it was, the plot kept taking me places I didn't expect to go, and I enjoyed the trip. Nice book!

Mitch Rapp fans will definitely want to read this one!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Mitch Rapp Becomes the Prey, 6. Februar 2007
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Consent to Kill (Taschenbuch)
In the tangled world of terrorists, our "friends" can be our worst enemies. Those with careful memories recall that 9/11 was primarily executed by middle class Saudi citizens . . . with nary an Iraqi in sight. Consent to Kill carefully explores that duality of role among leading Saudi citizens in a way that will leave most people wondering if we really have things under control.

Mitch Rapp becomes the target of a Saudi billionaire after the billionaire's soon was captured and killed by Mitch. With the connivance of a member of the King's family, top talent is recruited to do the dirty deed. At the same time, Mitch is facing up to some surprises. He's slowing down and starting to take married life more seriously. Where will it all lead? As you can imagine there are a lot of bangs and flashes involved.

Most action thrillers are pretty much interchangeable. Vince Flynn has risen above such clich's in this novel by using unusual circumstances to reveal the character of Mitch Rapp. It's rare to find a book about assassins that explores their motives and feelings about their work. Most assassins are simply described as sick people or not developed psychologically.

The book's basic premise is that being on the receiving end of murderous intentions will change a man. And that point is certainly right. How being hunted changes Mitch Rapp makes for a good story.

Unfortunately, many of the other characters in the book are simply caricatures of the types we all love to hate. That makes much of the book's oversimplifications into intentional satire. If those elements had been edited down about 30%, for me this would have been a much more entertaining book.

As it was, the plot kept taking me places I didn't expect to go, and I enjoyed the trip. Nice book!

Mitch Rapp fans will definitely want to read this one!
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