I really like this book. The narrator did a phenomenal job as usual. I enjoyed the storyline and the twists. There were a few things that came up that I didn't see coming. Lee Child does a really great job changing up a story to make it interesting. I'm ready to read the next book!
As Jack reacher goes it was a good story that holds your interest. I get a lot of windshield time and it made the miles fly by.
Author of The Madison Picker and the Serapis Fraktur
This is my first foray into the Reacher World, my first Childs book ever, and I liked it. I liked it well and I liked it because of the way the actor handled the role and I liked how Childs handled the prose, especially Reacher's. Reacher is eloquent but jagged in a Brooklyn sort of way, kinda like how I'm writing this review, and kinda the way Reacher makes observations. Example: "...it had four rooms. A small bedroom on the left and a smaller one on the right."
Reacher I liked, too, but Dick Hill made him "plausible." (...how many times was THAT word used? I ask myself.) I probably ordered this book when it was on sale because after Tom Cruise's disaster it didn't seem "plausible" that the series would have an iota of a rat's arse of a chance of being any good at all, but I was wrong.
I'm hooked. And I'm going to listen to them all, and, I pray that I stop thinking, writing, and talking the way Childs writes. Maybe I will. Maybe I won't. All thumbs up.
When he escaped
Maybe. Maybe not.
great story, wonderful narrator. story kept me guessing and engaged. cant wait for the next one!
“Never To Suffer Would Never To Have Been Blessed" - Edgar Allan Poe
I said nothing. Another Jack Reacher classic with exceptional attention to detail and meticulous and articulate character development. Dick Hill is without question, the finest narrator in the industry and could make a filibuster sound aesthetically pleasing.