Vince Flynn’s Kill Shot: The Mediocre Spy Thriller that Frustrated a Nation

The controversy surrounding the e-Book's content count was probably the most exciting part of this reading experience. Tragically, as I mentioned before, they'd fixed my e-Book count and Flynn has issued an "official apology" to his fans for the error. Dear Mitch Rapp fans I would like to apologize for some of the confusion that … Continue reading Vince Flynn’s Kill Shot: The Mediocre Spy Thriller that Frustrated a Nation

Tackling the Times with James Patterson’s Private Games

It's already time for a new Times Bestseller -- problem is that Amazon appears to have listened to the complaints about the Kindle edition and fixed the percentage count in mine, so I'm genuinely 60% of the way through, rather than 85%, like I'd hoped. I'll be chugging the rest of Vince Flynn's insomnia aid … Continue reading Tackling the Times with James Patterson’s Private Games

Getting Your Money’s Worth: The Conundrum of the E-Book.

I'm still slogging my way through Kill Shot, but as it's sadly neither as pretentious as Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, nor as cliched and hackneyed as Home Front, I'm a little too light on the hilarious quotes to do a mid-book update. With that said, I do have a hilarious mid-book update regarding the … Continue reading Getting Your Money’s Worth: The Conundrum of the E-Book.

Tackling the New York Times with Vince Flynn’s Kill Shot

For the love of Christ, America. You're trying to kill me. #1 INTERNATIONALLY BESTSELLING AUTHOR VINCE FLYNN DELIVERS THE YOUNG, HUNGRY, AND LETHAL MITCH RAPP AT THE ONSET OF HIS CAREER AS A CIA SUPERAGENT. In the year since the CIA trained and then unleashed him, Mitch Rapp has been steadily working his way through … Continue reading Tackling the New York Times with Vince Flynn’s Kill Shot