#MitchRapp20: Transfer Of Power Giveaway
As part of the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the publication of the first Mitch Rapp novel, Transfer Of Power, we will be giving away 20 copies of the book throughout the year.
To enter just let us know what Mitch Rapp means to you via the form below.
(we would like to include photos of the winners and tag them on social networks, if possible, which is the reason for those fields in the form)
Mitch Rapp is a way for me to get away from all the stress and issues each day and helps me to realize that you never give up...no matter what your situation and that there are people out there that care and want to help...and that is something I also try to do each and everyday...no matter how I feel.
Very simply, Mitch Rapp represents freedom and the internal and external struggles we, as Americans, face daily to protect it. He brings the message of hope that there are those out there who value all that we have and will go to any extreme to protect our way of life.
I am not military, government, etc.
I just love these books. Exceptionally well written. Action packed, be prepared to not sleep until you finish.
And, Mitch Rapp is the ultimate book boyfriend (Although sometimes I cheat on him with Scot Harvath).
I truly enjoy these books. They are exciting and terrifying at the same time.
My wife was never much of a reader, while I couldn’t get enough. I devoured the Vince Flynn books, and after I read Memorial Day, I finally got my wife (at that time, my girlfriend) to start reading with Transfer Of Power. She’s been hooked ever since. Vince Flynn and Mitch Rapp gave us something to bond over (reading), which we never had before. Now she’s a Mitch Rapp and Vince Flynn Superfan just like me!
Barb and Chris
This series brought back the love of reading for my husband and I. We married in 1989 proceeded to have have 4 children in 5 years. Needless to say, quite hectic. No time for pleasure reading. Somehow my husband came upon this series. We bought Transfer Of Power and we began tandem reading. Each of us would have our own colored paper clip, as a bookmark to indicate how far we had read so when we came together to talk about what was happening in the book we wouldn't spoil it for each other. The writing was clean and fun. Vince was a hometown boy and we just loved everything about Mitch and the many amazing characters. As time went on, we would read separately but once the novel was finished...we loved reminiscing about all that had taken place. Often we would sit and watch the evening news and would say "If they would just send Mitch in, all would be okay!" Mitch Rapp had become this superhero that we often saw at the airport or coffee shop:) No kidding. He just became this character we always made reference to. I love that the series is continuing. I love that the series brought a degree of "coupleness" to our parenting days. We were so saddened at the loss of Mr. Flynn. We hoped and prayed for him and his family. Hoped he would be the one to beat it. Fuck cancer. Anyway, this story has been in my heart for almost 20 years. Thank you for letting me share it. We celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary this November and as strange as it sounds this series has been a part of our journey. Mitch might have not made our marriage what it is today, but we sure had fun (each Fall it seems) anticipating the new book. The books have been and still are a lovely shared experience for us. We will always be grateful for Vince Flynn's craft and the generosity of his wife and family to allow the series to continue on.
The Mitch Rapp series has helped me through a couple major times in my life. First one being that I am now 3 years sober. The first night of detox I started reading the first Mitch Rapp book and to say it took my mind off all the crazy things in my life due to my addiction would be an understatement. The second thing was when my dad got diagnosed with ALS. It took his life within a year. During that year, just about every night I was reading to just help me temporarily “escape” the reality of what was going on with my dad. The Mitch Rapp series has helped me through many tough times and to this day, every time I sit down to read one, it helps me “get away” from this crazy world even if just for an hour or two!!