Naration by dick kill is as good as it gets. Reacher never disappoints. Great listen on a long drive or while doing chores.
I have listened to several of "Reacher's adventures" and have always enjoyed them, as well as the narration. For some reason this one wasn't as smooth with the characters & story line. But If you're a real Reacher fan you'll probably enjoy it. If it's your first out of the series it may deter you from some of the other, much better books in the series.
I would recommend this book to anyone. I jammed packed full of action.
I couldn't stop listening l, the plot didn't give me a place I wanted to stop.
Dick Hill made each character different and unique.
Absolutely, yes, because my inner reading voice doesn't do characters and sound nearly as cool as Dick Hill.
I can't give away many moments without issuing spoilers. Any Reacher boss fight is always among my favorite moments in any of the books.
I consider this #2 because he performance in The Enemy was my favorite to date.
Absolutely. I got hooked right from the start.
I'll always grab a Reacher book. Many of the past ones have been very good. This one was better than some of the later ones, but not as interesting than some of the first ones. It did not disappoint.
The performance didn't fit my impression on what Reacher should sound like.
I like pretty much any Jack Reacher book. Lee child does an impressive job weaving the stories together and describing the action scenes. My father-in-law and i enjoy sharing these books and gathering our own favorite "Reacher quotes". I am not crazy about Dick Hill as the narrator of these books. I think his voice sounds much older than I imagine Reacher to sound. But, since he narrates all these books I will be happy with it - he is still a very good reader.
Lee Child is awesome! I do not like to listen to or read the same story twice but if I did, I would definitely listen to this book again.
Dick Hill! He did a fantastic job. Especially when the story was climaxing. I would have done this story no justice reading it myself. Dick Hill gripped me and didn't let me go until he got ready.