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Extreme Measures By Vince Flynn Extreme Measures The latest pulse pounding thriller by New York Times bestselling phenomenon Vince Flynn explodes onto the scene with a deadly and charismatic hero fans will cheer for all the way to the last rivetin

  • Title: Extreme Measures
  • Author: Vince Flynn
  • ISBN: 9781416599395
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Extreme Measures By Vince Flynn The latest pulse pounding thriller by 1 New York Times bestselling phenomenon Vince Flynn explodes onto the scene with a deadly and charismatic hero fans will cheer for all the way to the last riveting page.Vince Flynn s thrillers, featuring counterterrorism operative Mitch Rapp, have dominated the imagination of readers everywhere Time and again, Flynn has captured thThe latest pulse pounding thriller by 1 New York Times bestselling phenomenon Vince Flynn explodes onto the scene with a deadly and charismatic hero fans will cheer for all the way to the last riveting page.Vince Flynn s thrillers, featuring counterterrorism operative Mitch Rapp, have dominated the imagination of readers everywhere Time and again, Flynn has captured the secretive world of the fearless men and women, who, bound by duty, risk their lives in a covert war they must hide from even their own political leaders.Now, with Rapp away on assignment in Pakistan, CIA Director Irene Kennedy turns to his protegee Mike Nash Nash has served his government honorably for sixteen years first as an officer in the Marine Corps and then as an operative in an elite counterterrorism team run by none other than Mitch Rapp He has met violence with extreme violence and has never wavered in his fight against the jihads and their culture of death.Nash has fought the war on terrorism in secret without accolades or acknowledgement of his personal sacrifice He has been forced to lie to virtually every single person he cares about, including his wife and children, but he has soldiered on with the knowledge that his hard work and lethal tactics has saved thousands of lives But the one thing he never saw coming was that his own government was about to turn on him.In Extreme Measures, Flynn introduces a modern day patriot a he
    Extreme Measures By Vince Flynn

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    1. Rodger on said:

      This one is a page turner It is hard to put down A third terrorist cell is on its way to the US Can Rapp and Nash intercept them or will the senate judiciary committee chairman have her way and toss our heroes in the clink, for using extreme measures This may help explain the somber look on Obama s face when he exited his first briefing with the president He needs our prayer because while the book is fiction, the issues are not.

    2. G.H. Eckel on said:

      This novel is a thinly veiled argument for the necessity of torturing prisoners, which made the book difficult for me to read I think I d probably sit on the opposite side of the aisle from Vince Flynn So, reading about something repugnant, like torture, was torturous reading Yet I continued Here s why.Flynn s writing style is rich and fluid His characters are generally well drawn So, I admired the book for its writing And he does an interesting job moving you from finding torture deplorable tow [...]

    3. Ed Armstrong on said:

      I just finished this book by Vince Flynn It s only the second of his books I ve read, both being Mitch Rapp stories I enjoyed this one and I m sure for those who have read many of Flynns books starring Mitch Rapp, this one follows along a similar pattern I guess what I enjoyed most and I don t usually enjoy preaching in stories is the obvious opinion of our current national attitudes towards the War on Terror The current administration, of course, denies there is such a war or at least refrains [...]

    4. Kathy on said:

      I quite enjoy Flynn s books featuring Mitch Rapp He s the literary equivalent to Jack Bauer he does the dirty work that no one wants to acknowledge but it s to protect us all.While Rapp is a prominent character in this book, the focus is on Mike Nash Nash also does secret stuff for the CIA but he s trying to balance his job with raising a young family His wife doesn t quite know or understand what he does which makes it even challenging I liked the human aspect of the story a lot.Nash and Rapp [...]

    5. Sam on said:

      Fox News fan fiction We are treated to several long speeches from characters explaining the virtues of enhanced interrogation and a short story about a schoolyard fight as an analog for the justified use of violence Throughout the book, women are constantly screwing everything up with their dumb womanly ideas and the men have to come in and save the day by punching some stuff At one point Rapp even says something like your mom doesn t understand because she s a woman But I m a man so I know what [...]

    6. karl on said:

      I enjoy Flynn s CIA terrorist novels The 400 pages flew by in less than 2 days This is his latest book, and I was happy to see my friend England still is the Secretary of Defense in this book he paid to be in the last one The hero continues to be Mitch Rapp, who works in a clandestine group inside the CIA Liberal politicians and bureaucrats concerned about human rights and dignity are out to hinder stop the clandestine group from doing its job their unlawful way to protect the US from terrorists [...]

    7. Paul Pessolano on said:

      Vince Flynn just keeps getting better with every book he writes His character, Mitch Rapp, continues to make the reader want a man like him in our covert operations.Mitch again breaks all the rules, and you know you love him for it He is attempting to get vital information from high ranking members of the Taliban They have been apprehended by the United States and are being held on a United States Air Force Base Mitch and his partner, Mike Nash, enter the base disguised as Air Force Personnel Mi [...]

    8. Jim on said:

      In a world full of dime a dozen thriller writers who specialize in cardboard characters, cheesy dialogue, over the top action and plot choices that are beyond ridiculous, Vince Flynn reminds me once again that it s entirely possible to write or read a thriller without turning off one s brain first There are no shoot outs here where the hero kills 50 people with five bullets while dodging 100 rounds aimed at him There are no stupid villains who eschew the easy kill so that they can leave the hero [...]

    9. Anthony on said:

      Vince Flynn s Extreme Measures, his latest addition to a prolific collection of Spy Thriller novels, is not a bad read, but it is not his best Based on the five Flynn novels I have read to date I have arrived upon a working hypothesis for choosing the best books from his collection Take a look at the author photo on the back of the dust jacket If the photo shows an unassuming guy you d imagine having over for a barbeque with his wife and kids, give the book a shot, you ll probably enjoy it If th [...]

    10. Toni Osborne on said:

      Mitch Rapp, book 9Having read all of his novels, there is no doubt Vince Flynn is one of my favourite authors This latest thriller features Mitch Rapp and Mike Nash fighting one battle against terrorism.This is a very addictive series that captures the secretive world of the fearless men and women risking their lives in covert operations hidden from the scrutiny of their political leaders This story starts with the CIA detecting and intercepting two terrorist cells, a third is rumoured to be st [...]

    11. Mark Sturgell on said:

      Vince Flynn obviously seeks to prove a point with Extreme Measures, the latest entry in his thoroughly enjoyable Mitch Rapp series This is my least favorite in the series, by far This book explores the politics of violence related to terrorism and our country s response to terrorism, yet relies on personal angst and interpersonal dialogue of the characters and less on action than his previous Rapp stories Certainly, we have mixed emotions in this country and sometimes short lived emotions about [...]

    12. Donna on said:

      Current events thriller Mitch Rapp is a continuing character in the Vince Flynn series I am currently librarian in a prison and this is a very popular series with the male inmate population so I thought I would try one Except for the language which is sad to say prevalent these days in movies and lots of best sellers and is to be expected with CIA, FBI, Congress and terrorists, this is a page turner top notch entertainment Lead characters such as Mitch Rapp and Mike Nash are America s version of [...]

    13. Corey on said:

      Even though Extreme Measures focuses on Mitch Rapp s War on Terror like in the previous installments, this one focuses on the Political aspects minus Rapp being in the field beating up the bad guys.Mitch Rapp joins forces with friend, colleague, and new comer to the series Mike Nash, an Ex Marine and elite operative The CIA has captured 2 terrorist cells, but a third is believed to still be at large, run by a sadistic mastermind known as Karim Rapp goes to extreme measures hence the title to ge [...]

    14. Jeffrey on said:

      Entirely predictable Vince Flynn novel which involves a terrorist raid on America and the efforts of Rapp to make the stupid politicians understand that extreme measures to stop terrorists were necessary to save human life As an action novel, the book was decent not great but fast moving As a thriller this is clearly not one of FLynn s gestHowever, FLynn s efforts to show how stupid politicians are that do not understand what the efforts of our special policmen and CIA are doing to thwart terror [...]

    15. Alan Marston on said:

      Vince Flynn does it again, or, rather, his creation, Mitch Rapp does Flynn always manages to create credible terrorists, whose twisted sense of revenge, heroism and martyrdom, leads them into ever complicated attempts to damage the US or the Great Satan that they term that country As usual there are politicians and others, some of them members of the military, who wish to curtail Rapp s activities In this novel they e3ven bring him before a Judicial Inquiry, but this only serves to allow the te [...]

    16. Jon on said:

      Three and a half stars Less action than previous installments Introduces new character, Mike Nash Spends too much time on Mike s domestic issues, always my least favorite part of a Flynn novel Rapp spends most of the book under investigation Heats up at the end to segue into next book.

    17. Clay on said:

      I have this theory that Vince Flynn novels are basically romance novels for men Now, hear me out Your typical blouse ripper is the epitome of vicarious experience, guilty pleasure reading Many ladies and some guys get a thrill from reading the exploits of their stoic yet vulnerable heroine pursuing the tall, dark and handsome tough guy who wears his bad boy nature on his sleeve but has a hidden romantic streak just waiting to be unleashed It s fun to read fantasy stories about characters living [...]

    18. ElaineY on said:

      REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK, NOVEMBER 28, 2015Narrator George GuidallThis installment kept me up till 3am and as soon as it ended, I went straight to the next book, Pursuit of Honor, which picks up where Extreme Measures leaves off.There were times when I felt like I was following an 80s primetime soap called CIA but that s not a complaint, just something I noted as it wasn t all just terrorists or Rapp falling for another stupid cow This time Flynn threw in Mike Nash, who was trained by Rapp amd it s N [...]

    19. Criticalmick on said:

      Extremely Silly Team America World Police had realistic baddies than this Mitch Rapp whack a thon Team America is a movie from the creators of South Park It is acted by puppets Though slightly entertaining than picking my nose while stuck in traffic, Extreme Measures can t really be called a novel It s polemic, pushing the idea that the CIA should be allowed to do anything it wants, wherever it wants because America s enemies are really, really bad guys The plot s conflict arises when some lib [...]

    20. KarenC on said:

      Mitch Rapp to the rescue again I was about to say a one man army, but this time he has some significant help from his friend Mike Nash, family man.I liked this book the least of all by this author that I ve read It had propaganda supporting torture, or as Mitch Dick Cheney would put it, enhanced interrogation methods, or extreme measures, to pry information from suspected terrorists than Flynn s previous works In the fictional world Vince Flynn creates, it works Rapp always knows when the bad g [...]

    21. Jerome on said:

      I must remember that the mark of the politico military potboiler is a lurid depiction of the U.S capitol on the dust jacket, generally dominated by other, enormous, capitals conveying the author s name Predictable.The characters were shallow,the story disjointed Lots of boring dialouges about the government s incompetence Mitch Rapp is having problems with politicians on Capitol HillAGAIN, he s torturing terroristsAGAIN, the bad guys happen to be Muslim FundamentalistsAGAIN.But also like many of [...]

    22. Rob Smith on said:

      I really don t know why I don t give this a solid 5 stars It is just tremendous The plot is very involved yet succinctly written I read this over two weeks while flying from state to state, finishing large projects, plus driving around and finishing other projects and getting day to day stuff done A chaotic two weeks Yet, I could pick up this book and not be lost The problem came as I closed in on the ending and couldn t put it down.It is the best job Flynn has done in his first 9 books in flesh [...]

    23. Karalee on said:

      This is the ninth book in the Mitch Rapp series Although the subject matter America s war on terror remains the same, the focus of the book is a little different than past Rapp installments This book is a little focused on the political side of the story rather than the hard core action and suspense from earlier books, although it does contain some of both and has a really explosive ending At first, I kept thinking when will the action start when will Rapp be unleashed but it didn t take long u [...]

    24. Naddy on said:

      After reading American Assassin my expectations were really high It took me a while to understand or rather figure out what exactly it is extreme in this book The plot of EXTREME MEASURES is Mitch and Mike Nash collaborating to extract information from two terrorist leaders Mitch and Mike fear there is a third cell trying to wreak havoc on American soil Their goal is to stop the cell before it can reach the designated target, but in the mid way Mitch Rapp s role becomes quite limited and story d [...]

    25. Kenny Bellew on said:

      This is book 11 in this series, and, frankly, the story line seems like a regurgitation of several parts of previous books in the series This would be a great book, if it was book 3 or 4, but its the same old story about interdepartmental conflicts, the average person not understanding what it takes to fight terrorism, and a ticking bomb like scenario Again, it s a fine readunless you ve read the previous 10 books in the series IMHO.

    26. Mark on said:

      Enter Michael Rapp defender of the US even if his jobs takes him places a democracy cannot abide This is a story about democracy and party politics and an impending terrorist attack on US soil At the beginning of the book we the US in possession of two important terrorists and they also get a visit from leading congress members who will doing anything to defend the rights of these two Rapp and his crew then come in to question these people and Rapp gets caught while the rest of his crew gets awa [...]

    27. Robin on said:

      Interesting, but had to put it aside for a bit because of prolonged torture sequences

    28. Jeanine Feunekes-Both on said:

      Het verhaalMike Nash moet in Afghanistan twee gevangen terroristen ondervragen Er zijn inmiddels al twee Amerikaanse senatoren langs geweest die de aanwezige militairen op de basis bang hebben gemaakt dat hun carri re gevaar loopt als de terroristen gemarteld zullen worden Zij willen via gewone ondervragingen aan informatie komen Uit betrouwbare bronnen weet Mike Nash echter dat dit de leiders zijn van twee cellen die in Amerika een aanslag wilden plegen en dat ze gelukkig op tijd onderschept zi [...]

    29. Aj Hultgren on said:

      SPOILER ALERT The CIA detected numerous terrorist cells that are entering the United States They have stopped two of them, but CIA operative Mitch Rapp and his partner Mike Nash think a third will be coming in the near future In hopes of finding out the specifics on the third incoming cell, the two of them arrive at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan and impersonate officers in the United States Air Force to question a detainee who took part in the second terrorist cell They roughed him up a little [...]

    30. Benjamin Thomas on said:

      Say what you want about these Mitch Rapp books but you can always count on them to be page turners No it s not going to win any serious literary prizes but I don t read them expecting that This one has less anti terrorist action than most of Vince Flynn s books and political discussion, especially about the controversial topic of enhanced interrogation techniques It s funny to watch reviewers line up on one side of that political debate or the other Those that agree with Mitch Rapp s methods se [...]

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