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Avatar for nitetrain nitetrain said:
Vince Flynn used to write interesting, exciting novels. That time has passed. If you’ve read the first several interesting ones, you’ve read them all...minus the Interest. 1 of 10 stars
posted Dec 13, 2009 at 3:49PM
JulieAnn said:
Must agree with Nitetrain’s review. Flynn’s novel before Pursuit of Honor described torture scenes. Now, Pursuit of Honor, while not into torture description, did defend the use of it. Flynn’s earlier works were so much better. . . and thrilling.
posted Mar 27, 2010 at 11:00PM
ski said:
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....
posted Jul 15, 2010 at 2:47PM
Ted's Review said:
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.
posted Jan 7, 2011 at 6:59AM
MysteryMan said:
As a Vince Flynn I was a little disappointed, but still enjoyed the book. 6 of 10 for me.
posted Mar 23, 2012 at 1:59PM
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