Pursuit of Honor

Pursuit of Honor

A Novel

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Rapp had traveled to New York City to decide the fate of a man. He had debated the wisdom of handling it himself. In addition to the inherent risk of getting caught, there was another, more pressing, problem. Just six days earlier a series of explosions had torn through Washington D.C., killing 185 and wounding hundreds. Three of the terrorists were still at large, and Rapp had been unofficially ordered to find them by any means necessary. So far, however, the investigation had been painfully complicated and had yet to yield a single solid lead. The three men had up and disappeared, which suggested a level of sophistication that few of them thought the enemy capable of. The last thing Rapp expected, though, was that he would still be dealing with this other issue. In light of the attacks in Washington, he thought the fool would have come to his senses.
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Sep 20, 2016

Plot was interesting. Writing pretty good. Characters rather thin and extreme (extremely crazy, extremely perfect, extremely shallow), with the main terrorist being the most interesting in the book. But the plot relied too much on the crazy irrationality of one terrorist to move it forward. Still would have rated it higher were it not for the constant bludgeoning with pro torture, far right themes that stopped the action in it's tracks and contributed nothing to the plot. The author could have made his points in a much more integrated fashion.

Feb 11, 2015

Another excellent 'Mitch' novel. -I've recently read the entire series and found them all very good and gripping.

Blue_Horseshoe Apr 10, 2012

Flynn's stuff just flows so well. Mitch Rapp is quickly joining the ranks to the the super elite status level - standing side by side with Jack Ryan, Charley Castillo, Bob or Earl Swagger or any of those Clive Cussler heroes. Big fan - please sir - may i have some more?

Mar 03, 2012

Reality to fiction to reality, it will come to pass.

Jan 07, 2011

I actually think this Flynn book is better than the most recent two or three. There is no doubt that Flynn has the ability to keep your attention and write a page-turner, even though the formula is exactly the same from book to book. I admit that I'm pretty liberal politically and I can suspend my natural inclinations and ignore most of his bashing of everyone that leans left of Michelle Bachmann. However, this time he calls anyone a hypocrite who does not support torture, but does support abortion. He does this several times and it makes no sense to the context of the novel. Even from Vince Flynn, that's crazy talk! Leave your political agendas at home and just write the story.

Jul 15, 2010

Unfortunately another 'phone in' by Flynn, must be bored with the whole 'writing thing' or fulfilling a 30 book contract or something.... This makes the last 4 I think? The first half dozen were pretty good. Up until his wife got blowed up good. Not sure which one that was though....

Jan 10, 2010

As always a thriller from Vince Flynn.

kodibyrd Nov 23, 2009

Mitch Rapp has been the hero and many preious thrillers. This is an exciting read and should be a must for someone looking for action and intrique.


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