Separation of Power (Mitch Rapp Series #3)

Separation of Power (Mitch Rapp Series #3)

by Vince Flynn
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Separation of Power (Mitch Rapp Series #3) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 493 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
He had been in power for so long that he owned presidents, but now CIA Director Thomas Stansfeld is dead and much of DC celebrates. The festive mood changes to horror when the realization begins to surface that Stansfeld¿s top assistant, Dr. Irene Kennedy is his most likely replacement. Her opposition has set in motion powerful plans to wreck any permanent appointment of Kennedy.

However, Kennedy¿s biggest problem is that her star assassin Mitch Rapp wants out as soon as he completes his final mission. Soon Mitch learns that Iraq is closing in on nuclear weaponry that Saddam protects beneath a hospital cover. Mitch will lead the assault team on the facility knowing that if he fails the Israelis will follow and a wider war will ensue. In spite of the stakes, the extreme elements opposed to Kennedy getting the top CIA job including links to the Halls of Congress will do anything to make Mitch fail even if World War III occurs.

The follow up to THE THIRD OPTION, SEPARATION OF POWER, is a tremendous espionage thriller that never slows down for even a moment. The story line is action-packed and Mitch is what we need right now in Afghanistan even if he wants to retire. Though some of the actions of the anti-Kennedy group seem bizarre when weighed against the cost, many readers will look at real terrorist acts and think nothing much of the anti-Kennedy crowd, sad as that seems. Once again, Vince Flynn provides a strong espionage thriller that makes this author the prime option of choice for genre fans.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love mitch rapp and the series but this anna character is too cliched and boring for tears. Kill her off. Now.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Vince Flynn does a terrific job of moving the action/plot without sending you in too many directions. I'm a female who only reads romance. His books are captivating and fast moving. He does a superlative job!! I've read five of his books and I can't wait for the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series!
paper-pallet More than 1 year ago
Vince Flynn coninues to impress with stories about Mitch Rapp. It's another in the series of hard to put down books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Did not disappoint. If your a fan of the Mitch Rapp seies, you will love this book.
DonD More than 1 year ago
Vince Flynn is an author makes you want to read his next book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Vince Flynn is a very good author, no doubt about that. I do have some issues with the characters from one book to the other. After going back and re-reading Term Limits, I noticed how much of a sniveling, cheating, and lying POTUS President Stevens was in this book. And then to read about him in Flynn's newest books and Stevens is the All-knowing, Best Friend type of POTUS. Well which is it ??? Is he the typical politician's politician, doing anything and everything he can to stay in office or is he the Common-man's Politician ??? Also if you've noticed (and if you haven't go back and re-read all of Flynn's books), Rapp, Coleman, O'Rourke, Kennedy, Stansfield, etc. ... they're perfect. They're written like Comic Book heroes. Otherwise I find Flynn's book a very good read and a good way to kill some time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Action packed.
Drewano More than 1 year ago
Not nearly as good as the ones before it. While many of the characters are the same, the plot has turned into a soap opera. Rather than focus on the non-stop action that was the basis for the series, in this book the author has focused on Anna and Mitch’s personal relationship and political backstabbing. Until you get to the final 20% of the book or so is there some sustained action. In addition, for most of the book Mr. Flynn has decided to write Anna’s as if she was a teenager rather than an adult.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This my second novel by this author. Truly loved this book. Kept me glued to the pages to find out what happens next! Feels like you're part of the story.
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Get rid of Anna, Rapp don't need her in his life,
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Slerplessinnipomo More than 1 year ago
this one is a continuation of the 3rd option, I suggest you read it first or you miss a lot otherwise. As alway Mitch Rapp is awesome, but you see another side of him in this book. Again mr Flynn keeps you reading, could barely put down once I started reading.
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Great character development and entertaining to read.
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I find Vince Flynn's books do not start quickly. I mean the action does not begin on first page, but after the foundation is set, the pace quickens and you are apined to put it down.