Pursuit of Honor (Mitch Rapp Series #10)

Pursuit of Honor (Mitch Rapp Series #10)

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Pursuit of Honor (Mitch Rapp Series #10) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 633 reviews.
Dave_Brooks More than 1 year ago
In this, Flynn's latest thriller, a lot of people in Washington, including CIA counterterrorism agents, are killed after a bombing. Mitch is disenchanted because things seem like they're right back where we were after 9/11, and a member of his team begins to crack. Mitch is asked to capture those responsible however he needs to, without the president's knowledge. This one is as good, if not better, than the last. I don't want to say more and spoil it. Another book I suggest you read (and I'm not a big personal development guy but this one is GREAT) that was given to me at a company leadership retreat is EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 2.0.
DebbieinSeattle More than 1 year ago
Being an avid Vince Flynn reader, I was rather disappointed in this book. It took 230 pages to have any 'action', I was getting bored by this time, but was bound and determined to continue on. If it had been an author I was not familiar with, I would of stopped reading the book. I hope this is nothing more than a 'hiccup' and this very talented writers repertoire.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It sure is tough to put the book down. No sooner does one chapter end and I just have to keep on reading. Can't wait for the next one.
ILOVEBOOKSAJD More than 1 year ago
The Mitch rapp series is a great and thrilling series. It gives you everything you would want. I have read Transfer of Power, The Third Option and am almost done with Seperation of Power. I plan on reading the rest of the series. I am hooked. I know that Pursuit of Honor will not disappoint. I can't wait for October 13. Mitch Rapp Rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wei More than 1 year ago
Sometimes a person tries new authors and it just doesn't work out. I have never read a book by Vince Flynn so I thought I would try to read one. Maybe it was because I was too busy with other things but the book just didn't grab me and make me want to read it. I finally gave up and didn't finish it. I love to read Daniel Silva books so I thought this book might be good. It may be a great book for very many readers but just not for me.
Robynn More than 1 year ago
This was not a favorite for me. My all time favorite is Consent To Kill. This plot dragged and sagged and not enough action nor character development for me. I love Vince Fynn and devour his books but this one? Not so much.
MathewCandee More than 1 year ago
I think this is a Great book, that I Recommend to everyone
SteadfastJS More than 1 year ago
I love the Continuing character development, the book holds your interest, sheer readers enjoyment! Like all of his books, I hate for them to end!
MsAudio More than 1 year ago
Flyn has another winner. This book was not disappointing. Well paced, interesting, great read!
LovesToReadMN More than 1 year ago
I've read all of Vince Flynn's books since I picked up "The Third Option" at the Boston airport just a few days before 9/11/2001. I loved the book and went back to start his books at the beginning. Since then, I've gotten every book when they first came out. They're all so topical. He's one of the few authors I can't wait for and end up buying the hardcover. I've gotten all my friends to read his books. "Pursuit of Honor" picks up where his last book left off. It's a great story and stands on its own but to those of us who follow all of his books, it had a bit of an "epilogue" feel. It tied up loose ends left from the last book and has its own action, but I missed a little of the originality feel. Also, I would have liked to see more of Irene Kennedy in the story. Overall, though, it was a great book and I can't wait for the next one. I just wish this seemed more like fiction than a possible "real life" scenerio.
Coinmn More than 1 year ago
This book was just an extension of the Mitch Rapp series. Good read, quick read, but getting to be like many big name authors who do a series, they all start to sound alike, and in their defense, they only have so much to work with to remain true to the character/plot that has made them successful. I hear that the next Mitch Rapp novel will be "the early years" his college days and recruitment in the covert ops world.
AlexPlechash-Marine More than 1 year ago
Vince Flynn's newest book - Pursuit of Honor - is every bit as good, if not better than, all ten of his previous books; which are in themselves the best of his genre. Vince Flynn has an uncanny ability to describe the realities of the current worldwide terrorist threat with information gained from actual players in this very serious and real-world drama but set in a fictional setting. Every red-blooded American male will relate to this book. Every concerned citizen should read it too. Vince Flynn has the guts to say and write what the vast majority of politicians are too scared to say publicly. This is not just another gripping story, it is an accurate portrayal of the threat America faces and a clue as to how we should handle it. A must-read for anyone interested in the future of freedom. It is also an edge-of-your-seat thriller. Read one, and you'll forever be a Vince Flynn fan.
Educator85 More than 1 year ago
As a bookseller, army veteran, and avid reader, I have been reading Vince Flynn since the release of his first book, "Term Limits". I own all of his titles in hardcover. Booksellers and fans consider him the successor to the throne vacated by Tom Clancy. I'm afraid to say that Vince Flynn has now, like many authors before him, found an easy, comfortable formula to follow. His earlier works were plotted more carefully, and seemed to have an insider's knowledge of the CIA, black ops military, the FBI, DC politics, and how they all work with and especially, against each other. "Pursuit of Honor", as fast-paced an fun as it is, seems to have taken very little time to plan, research, and write. Earlier Mitch Rapp adventures were epic in spectacle and scope, playing like a spectacular big-budget film. This one seems like a fun one-hour episode of a "24". When I finished this book, I realized that I probably wasn't going to read it again, and I probably wouldn't read his other works either, so I'm going to ebay my Vince Flynn hardcovers, and "Nook" his future releases. ("Nook" means that I'll be buying a Barnes & Noble Nook and download the them instead of filling up my bookshelves with something I wouldn't read twice.)
Reader_Haven More than 1 year ago
I have found myself wating for the next Mitch Rapp book and was not disapointed again. I am waiting for the next one already. If only we did get things done the Rapp way, we would be a better country. This book is a page turner. I can't speak to the mindset of the terrorists, but it plays well and I can imagine that the dynamic of Hasim and Karim is real enough to make one hopeful. (spoiler alert) I was glad when Mr. Flynn did not make another Mitch Rapp.
frog1901 More than 1 year ago
I am a big fan of Vince Flynn's novels and was glad that I had read his prrevious novel( Estreme Measures). I would have to say that Pursuit of Honor is a sequal to Extreme Measures and made me understand and follow the plot more than if I had not read Extreme Measures. I throughly enjoyed and look forward to getting and enjoying his next novel. I would highly recommend both novels if not all to anyone enjoying the Clandestine,CIA, FBI, etc. plots and stories.
BigDaddyTR More than 1 year ago
As usual Vince Flynn has a winner with another Mitch Rapp novel that keeps you turning pages at a fast pace. Great counter terrorism stories, action packed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Our hero Mitch Rapp comes to the rescue again. Kind of leaves you hanging at the end, but I guess we'll find the answers in the next Mitch Rapp book. I'm not sure I would have liked this book as much as I did if I hadn't read the ones before this one. All in all though, great book.
lemme14 More than 1 year ago
Not a bad read, but definitely not one of Flynn's best. At times it seemed to drag out. Other times, it did turn into a page turner. All in all, decent, but just not enough to draw me in for 400+ pages. I think it's about time for Flynn to branch out into something beyond Mitch Rapp. For the time being, I think he's taken him about as far as he can.
Archer2000 More than 1 year ago
This book is the followup to Extreme Measures and continues the stories that were started with the prior book. We immediately begin after the aftermath and political changes that have shaken up the powers-that-be in Washington and the antagonists that survived but have not yet fled the country. The story also continues to push the reader into answering questions about what rights Americans provide to criminals, foreigners living in America, and the presumed innosence of terrorists that have not yet been tried in an American court. As the story unfolds we see how the antagonists remorselessly break laws, use the freedoms ofthe U.S. for their own purposes and flaunt our values to achieve their ends. The story is gripping and and culminates in an exciting finish that thrills us all and leaves our nerves jangling. And yet, we each must still answer the questions about abiding by our laws or serving swift justice without Mr Flynn's choices overtaking our own.
Drewano More than 1 year ago
Just when I thought the series was turning it goes back to its old ways. As exciting as “Extreme Measures” was “Pursuit of Honor” was boring. Even the other books in the series you could consider suspenseful but this book just seemed like a bunch of filler to get a book out this year. The terrorists are just driving around the country and Mitch is planning a surprise party. The end part is exciting but predictable and by then I was pretty annoyed by the lack of action and plot that I just wanted it to be done.
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ChargerFanDS More than 1 year ago
Anothr excellent Vince Flynn novel with Mitch Rapp. A swquel of his previous book which held together very well even if you hadn't read the other book. What a real shame that Flynn is gone; he should have had many more years of great books to write./
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