Vince Flynn Message Board
posts on 4/17/2006 3:31:52 AM
I have read all of the Flynn books in order and am very impressed with the detail and research put into each one. The helicopter flight scenes from the raid into Pakistan and the search for the nuclear weapons on the river in "Memorial Day" were fabulous. I am not accustomed to crying over any of these type books but "Consent to Kill" was quite emotionally raw in it's final pages. Very unexpected and very good. Next book.... Keep Mitch, bump him up; get O'Rourke off his haunches and give him some drive (he was too good a character in "Term Limits" to just leave in the closet); don't be tempted to elevate Kennedy - she is great Stansfield; where is Donatella?
posts on 4/11/2006 5:00:37 PM
Check out an author named Chris Ryan. Has a character named Matt Browning. But he's former MI5. Really good stuff. Not even close to Mitch Rapp reads, but very good otherwise.
posts on 4/10/2006 1:09:26 PM
If you like the mitch rapp series, then i deffinatly recomend, Stephen Hunter Books, specifically any of the Bob Lee Swagger, or Earl Swagger series
Muldoon 'TheThirdOption' posts on 4/1/2006 12:34:18 PM
Nick, I take it you meant the Brad Thor series on Scot Harvath ;) I just finished The Lions of Lucerne and was quite impressed!
Nick posts on 2/19/2006 8:53:40 PM
Transfer of Power;
Seperation of Power;
Consent to Kill
A.W. Cook posts on 2/19/2006 7:37:59 PM
Need a list of all books written and the order in which they were written. Thanks Cook
Nick posts on 2/18/2006 10:23:30 AM
Transfer of Power
Seperation of Power
Consent to Kill
Michael posts on 2/17/2006 10:51:34 PM
I have just completed Term Limits, the first one I read was Executive Power. In what order are the books to be read?
Nick posts on 2/12/2006 12:15:32 PM
in response to: 'Can anyone recommend another book or author with a character similar to Mitch Rapp until the next Vince Flynn novel comes out? Thanks.'
I've read the Vince Flynn series on Agent Scot Harvath (in chronological order):
The Lions of Lucerne
Path of the Assassin
State of the Union
It's an amazing series. Very very similar to the Mitch Rapp series/character. It's almost as if both the series were written by authors in the same room, if you like one series you'll the other just as much.
Larry Manchester posts on 2/1/2006 10:08:29 PM
Anyone feel the same as I? After completing my fourth book, I realize I have started pacing my reading. The first two I flew through, never wanting to put down the book.
However, I have learned that to truely appreciate these books, one must stop reading far short of where he would like. In the interim, I occupy myself with some trite task, knowing that next to the couch Mitch lies in wait. It has taken considerably longer to read the last two, but I am no worse off for the slower pace. Tonight I purchased two additional books on the internet, and I actually hope the delivery will be prolonged. Then I will truely savor the moment when the next cover can be cracked.
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