Separation of Power #2020

Separation of Power Vince Flynn Separation of Power CIA superagent Mitch Rapp is back in action in Vince Flynn s high velocity New York Times bestseller Newly appointed CIA director Dr Irene Kennedy is the target of an inside plot to destroy her and pr

  • Title: Separation of Power
  • Author: Vince Flynn
  • ISBN: 9780671047344
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Separation of Power Vince Flynn CIA superagent Mitch Rapp is back in action in Vince Flynn s high velocity New York Times bestseller Newly appointed CIA director Dr Irene Kennedy is the target of an inside plot to destroy her and prematurely end the American President s term To make matters worse, Saddam Hussein is close to entering the nuclear arms race something Israel has vowed to stop With thCIA superagent Mitch Rapp is back in action in Vince Flynn s high velocity New York Times bestseller.Newly appointed CIA director Dr Irene Kennedy is the target of an inside plot to destroy her and prematurely end the American President s term To make matters worse, Saddam Hussein is close to entering the nuclear arms race something Israel has vowed to stop With the haunting specter of World War III looming, the President calls on his secret weapon top counterterrorism operative Mitch Rapp But with only two weeks to take out the nukes, Rapp is up against a ticking clock and impossible odds.
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    1. 8.5 10An excellent read in this, so far, excellent series Vince Flynn weaves political intrigue with action in this easy to read thriller Whilst it could be read as a standalone novel it does help to have read the previous novel as there are plot elements that come back into this one In the previous novels, especially the first in this series, the word of the day is action This one has political going ons but this didn t slow the pace and actually added a nice extra layer and let characters co [...]

    2. Although set many years ago, this story still seems relevant today The action is non stop, with multiple plots eventually connected a good read.

    3. Fifth in the Mitch Rapp series, this one follows closely on from The Third Option and it would be fairly confusing not to have read this first and relatively recently I enjoyed this as there was less politics and action and they brought the plot from the previous book to a satisfying conclusion Mitch has travelled to Italy with a plan to propose to Anna and get out of his career as an assassin, but while there meets with his ex Donatella to find out who had tried to have him killed Senior poli [...]

    4. Dual story line involving the confirmation of a new CIA Director andAmerica s learning of the imminent acquisition of nuclear weopons byIraq It was just OK.

    5. This is an amazing book, by an author who has really come into his own He s at the top of his game now, and this is my favorite Mitch Rapp novel.Separation of Power, 4th in series Flynn totally redeems himself with this one This is a continuation of the previous novel s story, and bad guy Hank Clark is finally killed by Mitch and Donatella on the last page Irene is set up as new head of CIA, so cool under fire.Flynn uses the technique of switching the action back and forth between chapters, leav [...]

    6. Unlike the previous two Flynn novels, while this book could conceivably be read as a stand alone novel, if you haven t read The Third Option then this book will make much less sense, as this is basically a the second of a two part series So I would definitely recommend that The Third Option be read before starting this book.Like The Third Option, there is much in the way of political machinations in this story, and the largest event of the novel only really develops in the last fifth of the book [...]

    7. Vince Flynn is a guilty pleasure a testosterone gulping guilty pleasure, but I kind of felt this one fell flat Flynn s American assassin, Mitch Rapp is shadowed by his boss Irene Kennedy in this installment of the series We get to see Mitch s feminine side as he realizes that maintaining domestic harmony is far difficult then wedging a K BAR combat knife in the spine of some crazed U.S hating terrorist.I think I may have been expecting too much out of this one, or perhaps my choice of reading t [...]

    8. While the first couple of books in this series were fun the plots seemed pretty good, everything else went to the dogs in this book The narrator emphasized the already puffed up prose The dialog was terrible seemed to be written simply to fill space There was also a lot of repetition After Mitch thinks about not being able to talk to Annie about his job, they have a conversation about it A bit much, but then they get on the jet have the conversation again, this time in whispers Not only was it c [...]

    9. This book is excellent, assuming you have read the previous installment in the series, The Third Option, which a lot of the plot carries over from While a lot of the Mitch Rapp books are stand alone, these two really read as two volumes of the same story.

    10. The usual thrilling action that makes this series enjoyable mind candy Whether it is believable or not is another question but at least it is plausible Characters are often cartoonish and simple but these books are a great way to pass some time on the beach.

    11. Taut, quickly drew kept me in, well plotted, likeable cast, light language, no gore or graphics Read well by Armand Schultz 2001 Recommended.

    12. Yeah, this book gives Flynn a bad Rapp whatever My poor attempt at humor having failed, here are my thoughts The ending was underwhelming, pretty uncharacteristic of Flynn Other than that, this was pretty standard, an OK read, but not as great as say, Transfer of Power or The Last Man The characters don t fare well A president who gives new definition to the term wooden Assorted Senators who waffle between power mad and power hungry And then the redoubtable Mitch Rap, savior of the universe I ca [...]

    13. I did not read it I did not like it It seems to be something of a political thriller Flynn s genre anyway CIA, the President, etc I couldn t say it isn t good because it was recommended to me by someone who liked it So if you enjoy this genre, go for the book For me, it was written too detailedly every time, by every sentence there are the thoughts, the happenings from before, hopes of finally leaving the CIA past behind but always having to do the one last job too much of everything else, but t [...]

    14. I love this book, and all of thus series that I ve read so far This story picks up where the book Transfer of Power leaves off The continuing story of how Mitch Rapp and Irene Kennedy are working against internal and external corrupt people and countries seeking greater political power or promoting terrorism In this book Irene Kennedy has been nominated to succeed her boss who has died Mitch Rapp is working to find out who is behind the attempts on his life, while Iraq is on the verge of having [...]

    15. Alright alright you know I am a Flynn fan by now But this is by far my favorite in the series The story is keen on plot and deep on characters as we learn and about them all Mitch Rapp continues as a force to be wary of but now with this new closeness with Kennedy as she takes the reins from Stansfield and how the trust builds between them Flynn gives a glimpse of the intelligence world as well This espionage thriller never slows down and neither does your finger as you turn the pages as fact [...]

    16. These books are absolutely terrific Although this one did not have as much action as some of the other Mitch Rapp books, the double dealing of both Mossad and the CIA was fascinating If there is a quarter of this much nonsense behind black ops, then our elected representatives should be barred from serving our country Vince Flynn had a very creative mind, and his books are easy enough to follow This book is just what I needed after reading a couple of stinkers lately.

    17. What a piece of garbage Especially the way he writes women You HATE Anna Rielly immediately She s immature and self absorbed But of course it s completely reasonable that after she pitched a complete drunken foundless jealous hissy fit in Milan and storms out, and THEN sends Mitch on a huge guilt trip and punishes him emotionally for it he still wants to marry her Right Makes sense.

    18. The problem with writing modern, bang up to date thrillers, is that they re bang out of date, very quickly So, it s probably best to look at the publish date before you read and pre judge this one.In the great scheme of things, this is the one where Rapp and his girlfriend get serious However, it s not all bad news The book is the best of Vince Flynn s I ve read so far Or the best since the second one, at least It reads, with all ends nicely tied up, like the end of a series, but what it is doin [...]

    19. The narrator grated on my nerves He was too interested in pausing and trying to make the simplest scenes suspenseful Spent a lot of time in the multiple bad guys heads Spent quite a bit a time on Anna My two least favorite things to do The action is still good Fight scenes are well written Very enjoyable I love Donatella, too She s an assassin She and Mitch work well together Anyway The story is a continuation from book 4 It s an interesting twist on the series, carrying a major plot thread to t [...]

    20. REVIEW OF RE LISTEN SEPTEMBER 16, 2017I ve changed my rating from 3 stars 2 years ago to 5 stars, having finished my relisten of this 5th Rapp book I wasn t satisfied with Ken Kliban s narration the first time and I m still of the same mind now He s not bad I would be happy with him on another audiobook He s just not Rapp.The reason why I can give this 5 stars is because I now know what to expect with Anna I ve had 2 years to get over her and am glad to say this time round, I wasn t wishing her [...]

    21. It s like they do this to me on purpose.In a prolonged spy craft book series The very fact that such a thing as a living legend in the CIA exists is due to his ability to be no one In the first book it states, Mr President you are about to be brought in on a secret that only 3 people in the world know This man is IRON MAN In the course of a year, he went from legend to everyone and their damn dogs knowing who he was.Literally this is the fault of doing things well Has anyone else noticed the pro [...]

    22. This was not my favorite of the Mitch Rapp series that I ve read so far As another reviewer mentioned, author Vince Flynn seemed to repeat himself over and over and over again If you ve read the fist two books, or even the first few chapters of this one, you know that General Flood is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs You don t need to be reminded of it every time he makes an appearance The same with Irene Kennedy, Marcus Dumond, etc etc.Still this was a good book and I enjoyed reading it if for [...]

    23. A disappointing effort by Vince Flynn The writing appeared to be Flynn channeling Tom Clancy all kinds of useless information on weapons and helicopters and planes, etc.The story also tried to show Mitch Rapp s softer side as he struggled with his love of Anne Rielly not misspelled and its conflict with his need to be a super hero.I kept waiting for the real Mitch Rapp to appear but he only showed up rarely and in short bursts I don t read Flynn s books to open my eyes to the problems of making [...]

    24. Somehow I missed this Vince Flynn I liked it but not my favorite of his books Maybe because it ws too real and timely.

    25. Separation of Power is Vince Flynn s third Mitch Rapp thriller and continues the story of the CIA s most dangerous assassin I found Separation of Power started a bit slowly compared to the previous books I was a full third of the way in before I felt like anything resembling a thriller was unfolding It wasn t until about the halfway point that some bullets started flying and I was fairly well hooked By 75% it had picked up so much steam, that I read the last quarter of the novel in one sitting.M [...]

    26. IN WITH THE NEW Stab the body and it heals, but injure the heart and the wound lasts a lifetime Anonymous Vince Flynn s second book, The Third Option ended anti climatically Dealing with a home invasion by three trigger happy contract killers is admittedly a step down from Islamic terrorists rampaging through the White House But also, it s because it was merely the first act in what I like to call the Saddam arc , the part of the series before Rapp became the legendary blunt instrument for the w [...]

    27. Cheesy page turning spy novel, as with the previous Mitch Rapp books it is gripping like a action movie, you know the good guys will win by the end but still it is hard to put down and will have you up to the early hours of the morning cheering as the action plays out.Rapp leaned in real close and said By the way Senator, my name isnt Mitch Kruse, it s Mitch Rapp There was a flutter of recognition in eyes, but he was to far gone to react i just wanted to meet you face to face before you died Rap [...]

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