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I stumbled upon this series some time ago. Since then, I chose Jack when I was looking for something to read. I have loved every book so far. I never have to worry about the order either. But now I am re-thinking that. I read this before 61 hours and had no idea who Susan was. It was not a big deal. Knowing who she is isn't necessary. Know who Jack Reacher is is what's important. Every book is great. These books speak to me for some reason. Maybe it's the military angle or the fact that he is just being himself. Either way, I want more.
This is a mediocre work compared to other Reachers. There was nothing special about the plot resolution. Hard to believe they chose this one to make the second movie about. I'm glad this wasn't the first Reacher I read or I would have stopped.
Only a sample available, how is there so many Reviews?
Couldn't put this one down, even though it was a big one, I still managed to finish it in 3 days. Reacher was on the run the entire time.
I've read every one of these books, this was dreadful, just going through the motions.
This book is classic Reacher, with gratuitous head butts and mathematical intrigue all set in a militaristic miasma that we all love. Blood, sweat, and fears, all dealt with by our battle weary Neanderthal with the beautiful mind and his pair that clank.
This is not the authors most far fetched scenario nor are the baddies going to be played by "the Rock" in the movies, but it is fun to read and over the top in the familiar way all the Reachers are. I loved it.
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I found myself, for the first time, skipping over parts here and there, just wanting to get to the end, because the story is wordy, disorganized, and boring. It lacks the usual Reacher smarts. Too bad ...
I was hesitant to buy the book due several of the reviews, but decided to just do it. I don't know if the less than stellar reviews were the result of someone having a bad day or what.
I thought the book was very creative and entertaining and recommend it.
Lee Child is back. The last few of his books felt like super action hero cartoons. Not so with this. It was smart and suspenseful throughout.
There's always a little bit of implausibility with fiction like this, but it remained in the margin and didn't interfere with an entertaining story in my opinion.
If you can write it, you can believe it for some people, but not me. The book seamed to be such a fabrication that it took the joy out of the story and you are left just reading words. Far from Child's Par Excellance!