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In the next Mitch Rapp thriller, a cyber-terrorist plot pulls the plug on US power, plunging the entire country into darkness and chaos.

Mitch Rapp captures ISIS’s top technology expert, who reveals that he was due to meet a man who insists he can take down the entire US power grid. But Rapp’s operation to seize this man fails when his target evades the trap and then ISIS operatives help the man do what he said he would - plunge the whole of America into darkness. With no understanding of how this unprecedented act was accomplished, the task of getting the power back on could take months. Perhaps even years.

Rapp and his team embark on a desperate effort to find the man responsible so that they can interrogate him about the extent of the damage and how to repair it. But the operating environment is like nothing they’ve experienced before - computers and communications networks are down, fuel can no longer be pumped from gas stations, water and sanitation systems are on the brink of collapse and America’s supply of food is running out.

Can Rapp get the lights back on before America collapses into starvation and chaos?

©2020 Kyle Mills (P)2020 Simon & Schuster UK

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  • 25-10-2020

Not the Mitch Rapp story I am used to

The performance was typical George Guidall performances no complaint. But the story was not strong and was straight forward and predictable. I know Rapp is violent but this time violence literally felt like violence for Rapps sake to be violent. I am no USA fan, shooting looters because Rapp can was just a step too far in the level of violence. It was like the author was trying to make sure they got to a body count to match other Rapp books. As another reader said, I think the Rapp series may be at the end of the road.

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Very disappointing

I read Mitch Rapp novels because he kills terrorists, is not politically correct and doesn't put up with anyone's crap. I'm not interested in a Mitch Rapp who drives Tesla's, talks about renewable energy and other lefty crap. The author has made a point of telling the reader how the coal fired power stations are no good and can't be fixed but renewable solar and wind can. I could go on and on about the obvious shout outs to the green/left in this book. There are also obvious shots at the Trump administration without saying his name. Oh, and the story itself was boring and laboured. Way to ruin Mitch Rapp. I was a rabid fan, now I won't read any future Mitch Rapp novels. Vince Flynn would be turning in his grave.

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Always keeps me engrossed

I have always enjoyed Flynn’s books and his main characters have become old friends. My problem is whether I’m reading or listening, I’m finished way too soon.

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Dissapointing

As a long time vince flynn/mitch rapp fan i found this book very disappointing. Storyline/characters are becoming more generic. very little detail and the books are getting shorter.
Unfortunately probably the last one ill read.

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  • Alastair
  • 04-04-2021

Apocalyptic tale of society's descent into chaos

Mitch saves the day again, although not in his usual bloodthirsty way, more of a post apocalypse survival story, well narrated and thoroughly enjoyable as always.

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  • Phillip
  • 18-02-2021

Brilliant from start to finish Narrator is amazing

I loved this book so much, thank you Kyle Mills for keeping the Vince Flynn legacy alive !!! Amazing narrated by the super talented George Guidall. This is the 19th book in the series, if you have not listened to the others I suggest you do :)

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-02-2021

good plot

enjoyed the plot but not the best Mitch Rapp . not enough of the other characters

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  • Pauly M
  • 14-01-2021

Another cracker

This is a good one. Great concept , not too messy or sprawling. Not my favourite narrator though.

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  • Churchill1940
  • 14-01-2021

A truly enlightenment don't miss this story.

A to true cenario that is possible. Mitch Rapp save the USA from ultimate doom. Don't miss hiss greatest challenge.

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  • Joseph Watling
  • 12-01-2021

Lazy

What a terrible Mitch rapp book, lacks detail within the story, description and storyline severely lacking.
There seems to be large parts of the story that are expected but not there or maybe it’s just fragmented but no real flow
Real shame

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  • Scott kaye
  • 09-11-2020

Not the best

In the past I have loved the Mitch Rapp series, but this one just lacks the usual action and I found myself bored at times of the story, the Orphan X and the greyman series is so much better, Rapp books have lost the intensity over the last couple of novels,

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  • Book Fanatic
  • 30-10-2020

A Welcome Addition to the Rapp Legacy

Very good but would have been even better if there was an additional chapter or two. The end was a bit rushed with a lot taking place 'off camera'.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-10-2020

Seriously disappointed.

This is by far the weakest Mitch Rapp novel. Up until now I thought Kyle Mills was doing a good job filling in but this is just so weak, I’m afraid I didn’t enjoy this book at all and I have lived every single other book.

Excellent narration as always but this is sub par

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  • Steve
  • 23-09-2020

Reader is poor

I’m sorry to say this but the reader seems short of breath half of the time and I found it too distracting to listen to the book. He also pauses in the wrong places. I couldn’t really tell if the plot of the actual story was any good because I found the reader performance too distracting.

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