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
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
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.
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