Read Enemy of the State (Mitch Rapp, #16) Online Free - Mitch Rapp returns in the #1 New York Times bestselling series in this timely thriller as a Saudi prince is discovered using his fortunes to fund ISIS, re-opening secrets about the Saudi government's involvement in 9/11--secrets which the United States tried to bury.
In Flynn's latest "thriller in which the pages seem to turn themselves" ( Book Reporter), Mitch Rapp is given a dangerous mission by the President himself: find out which high-level Saudis are involved in funneling money to ISIS and kill them. The catch? Rapp will get no support from the United States in this endeavor.
Rapp therefore makes a decision that will change his life forever--he quits the CIA to avoid involving his men in something this illegal and decides to assemble a group of independent assassins to complete the mission. What they discover is a tangled web of allegiances leading back to the head of Saudi intelligence. But in the search for truth and justice, Rapp himself is discovered. Soon the Saudis and Americans are forming a joint task force to stop him, supported by the President, who denies his involvement, just as he warned he would if Rapp's actions became known. Will this mission prove to be Rapp's final one?
|Title||:||Enemy of the State (Mitch Rapp, #16)|
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July 26, 2017
First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Kyle Mills and Simon and Schuster Canada for providing me with a copy of this publication, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review.
Continuing the highly popular Mitch Rapp series, Kyle Mills surely impresses Vince Flynn fans (and...
July 05, 2017
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When President Josh Alexander finds himself unable to pursue an intelligence lead that points to a member of the Saudi royal family funneling big money to ISIS, he turns to the one person who can be trusted to follow the lead wherever it goes–CIA...
August 28, 2017
Despite the title, Enemy of the State actually has nothing to do with Donald Trump and is, in fact, the sixteenth Mitch Rapp novel. (But god, what a Rapp novel that would be if our titular all-American hero were tasked with taking down a traitorous president wedged deeply in the pocket of Russian...
September 16, 2017
A decent yarn featuring an ostracized hero and his rogue crew of friends in their battle against some unfriendly, murdering scum of the earth. 7 of 10 stars
September 18, 2017
High octane, adrenaline- fueled political thriller at its best! Thoroughly captivating and scarily realistic! Totally satisfying and riveting! I won't give a synopsis of the plot, as that is already easily available. I will give my impression of this series.
Kyle Mills has taken the helm of contin...
June 24, 2017
Here is my review from Enemy of the State based on the advanced readers copy I received from Atria and Emily Bestler Books! A huge thank you to them for having selecting me for an advance copy three years running! Glad to be a Mitch Rapp Ambassador and hope to see more people come enjoy this grea...
November 18, 2017
I like this book a lot better than the last two Kyle Mills wrote in this series. This still isn't the same Mitch Rapp that Vince Flynn wrote about, but either Mills has a better handle on this earth -2 Mitch Rapp, or I'm better at letting go of the differences. Maybe it's because we're done with...
June 20, 2017
I received an advanced reader's copy of 'Enemy of the State' in return for a review of the book. I've read all of the Mitch Rapp books by Vince Flynn and Kyle Mills. Like all of the others, this one does not disappoint. If you're a fan of Mitch Rapp you will highly enjoy this book.
July 05, 2017
Enemy of the State sees Mitch Rapp unleashed like you’ve never seen him before. Kyle Mills has officially taken over this universe and has made it his own. In recent interviews, I’ve heard Kyle say that he more or less had to write a forgery of sorts when he took over with The Survivor. With thre...
September 19, 2017
Not bad but not great. I maybe a bit prejudiced because Vince Flynn was my favorite author! It was his books that got me back reading again. Nothing against Kyle Mills as I'm glad he's caring on the Mitch Rapp saga but I can tell it's just not Vince Flynn!