Executive Power

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Executive Power by Vince Flynn is a suspense thriller and political fiction novel originally published in 2003. This is Flynn's fifth book featuring CIA superagent - Mitch Rapp. It is preceded by Separation of Power.

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  • Stephen Stone
    Written on April 5, 2018
    "Meet the one man war on terror. That's all you need to know. Mike Rapp is who I want to be when I grow up!"
  • Ronald Henderson
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "Another Mitch Rapp book from Vince Flynn. I liked the first couple, but by now it really feels like he's just not trying anymore. A computer could write these books. There's a new group or government department somewhere, they have a plan or a big secret, one of their people bumps into Rapp somehow, and Rapp is drawn into a big adventure trying to track down the answers and make the wrongs right again. Fine if you want a mindless read, but not terribly stimulating. No sudden left turns, that's for sure."
    Daniel Bryant
    Written on April 2, 2018
    "I'm in law enforcement and most of the extrajudicial offenses Mitch Rapp commits is highly suspect. This guy is supposed to be the hero? This work is pure power fantasy and is almost insulting to real policing."
  • Emma Mendez
    Written on April 5, 2018
    "this seems like an interesting book to read. most say that this book is excellent and is worth reading about."
  • Kimberly Stanley
    Written on April 6, 2018
    "This book is a best seller and very interesting to read. Talks about the post 9-11 events and about a CIA superagent. I think that this book is a must read."
  • Roy Burke
    Written on April 1, 2018
    "I love reading thrillers and have been on the search for a new author for some months now. At the idea of a friend I picked this one up and have not been disappointed. The flow of the story is so fluid that it's extremely easy to stay invested in the characters and all the developments. Reading this one has led me to start the series and follow the entire storyline."
    Stephen Kennedy
    Written on March 31, 2018
    "I wish there were more books in this series. It is a great thriller, and doesn't have too many cliches for this genre. It is very intense and hooks you!"
  • Jason Stephens
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "OH no! Not another thriller..."
  • Diana Du
    Written on April 11, 2018
    "I am an avid Jack Reacher (Lee Child) reader. I own his entire 21 book series and have read it several times. I'm always looking for similar action thrillers with strong male leads. Along the way I discovered Lucas Davenport, Virgil Flowers, and so on. But these Mitch Rapp series never seem to show up on my recommendations until recently. I read the reviews...they all seem to put Mitch in the same category as my other favs. WooHoo....finally....another series discovered. I started with American Assassin, listed as Mitch Rapp #1. It was okay...the writing was not as I expected it would be but decided perhaps it was a function of character development and I needed to give the author another shot. So I read Kill Shot, listed as Mitch Rapp #2. Eh.....it was okay too...a little better. Then I had to decided if to continue or just search for another series I might like better. What the heck!?!?! I bought Transfer of Power, listed as Mitch Rapp #3. WOW!! What a diference....spectacular book....had trouble putting it down...was staying up half the night!! After finishing with it, I purchased the rest of the series and did a little more research on Vince Flynn. I found that he had passed away in 2013 and the 1st 2 novels were written as a sort of "prequel" for the series by another writer, Kyle Mills. I'm sure it is difficult to insert yourself into the writing style of another author, especially if you're trying to go backwards and "redevelop" an existing character. If I'd paid attention to the published dates, I probably would have figured this out and started with the 3rd one. This is certainly not meant to slam Kyle Mills as an author. But in comparison to the 3rd book in the series and forward, the first 2 prequels seemed cumbersome, forced and left questions unanswered."
  • Sean Delgado
    Written on April 8, 2018
    "Over 900 4 1/2 star reviews on Amazon. Book 4 of the popular Mitch Rapp series of novels by popular author Vince Flynn."
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