|Plot Summary of Third Option|
|"Mitch Rapp travels to Germany to assasinate a German industrialist selling equipment to create a nuclear bomb to the Middle East.
The current director of the CIA is on his last leg, due to illness and the Director of the CIA's Counter Terrorism unit has been named as his successor. Some people in Washington do not approve of this choice and will stop at nothing to prevent her from taking over the position.
During the night of said assasination, the plans go terribly wrong. Mitch is injured, but survives, something no one has counted on. He will stop at nothing to discover who set him up."
Natasha Joiner, Resident Scholar
|"Mitch Rapp is back and this time he is fighting against evil in Europe, the Eastern Shore, and his own heart. What appeared to be a "routine" assassination of one of Germany's wealthiest industrialist, who just happen to be supplying Saddam Hussein (pre-9/11) with WMD, turns into a chest thumping suprise for Mitch Rapp. He must escape from a fire, get out of Europe, and return to the US to find out who (almost) had him killed.
To add heartbreak to misery, Mitch is trying to carve a niche in his ex-Navy Seal heart for his new love for the beautiful White House news reporter Anna O'Reilly. Rapp fans will remember that Mitch saved Anna from being the victim of a despicable deed in "Transfer of Power". Young psychotherapists can have a field day figuring out why Mitch (the savior) and Anna (the savee) have fallen in love. When Mitch isn't trying to call Anna to tell that he is OK, "just another hard day at the assassin's office, honey", he must figure out if he was nearly killed by his most trusted mentors, Dr. Irene Kennedy, heir apparent to become director of the CIA, and Thomas (his nom-de-plum because you would never call someone who garners so much respect "Tommy") Stansfied. Fortunately, Mitch can summon a high-tech helicopter to spy on his house from 3 miles out over the Chesapeake Bay, snipers, or the country's best computer hacker to help him out of his conundrums.
Who is trying to kill Mitch? Why do they want to see Irene Kennedy fail? Why does Mitch suddenly consider settling down with a very pushy reporter when he can just as easliy break someone's neck just coughing on him. "
Jerry Naradzay, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Third Option|
Our unique search engine provides a wealth of detail about books by breaking them down into many different literary elements, all of which are searchable (click here).
Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Composition of Book
descript. of violence and chases - 30%
Planning/preparing, gather info, debate puzzles/motives - 20%
Feelings, relationships, character bio/development - 10%
How society works & physical descript. (people, objects, places) - 40%
Tone of story
- suspenseful (sophisticated fear)
Time/era of story:
- 2000+ (Present)
Cloak & Dagger Plotlets:
- preventing bomb/biohazard/disaster
Kid or adult book?
- Adult or Young Adult Book
Who's the terrorist enemy here?
- evil subgroup in own govt
- navy soldier
Accounts of torture and death?
- moderately detailed references to deaths
A lot of techno jargon?
Kind of jargon?
- military technology
Amount of dialog
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
Note: the views expressed here are only those of the reviewer(s).
Use our site!
Search for your favorite town
Our Chief Librarian