Absolutely. Dick Hill's intonations and phrasings give more depth to the characters, underscore the dry humor -- and overall make the plot more interesting.
The existential hero, who is steadfast in his loyalty and his retribution, creating a bit of fairness in our unfair world.
I love to read books but due to vision problems it is very hard. I have fond that listening is almost as good as reading them for myself.
We get to know some of the people from Reacher's past. This story gives him more of an outlook as to how the rest of his past team is doing in the "real" world.
I enjoyed getting to know Frances L. Neagley. I look forward to more of her, Dixon and O'Donnell
A few sections were a bit teary but quick
A must read
I loved this book. This was my first opportunity to read a Lee Child work. It kept me at the edge of edge of seat.
I do like the Jack Reacher books, I just don't find them "challenging." Lee Childs develops the story well, but always overlooks what ultimately becomes the cause of the problem. I listen to these stories when listening may not get all of my attention. It's no biggie if I miss parts of the book...I usually have them figured out halfway through anyway. I will buy more, and if you like the genre, you should definitely give this one a shot.
Say something about yourself!
You know what Reacher is going to do, you're just not sure how he will pull it off.
Dick Hill is Reacher. He knows the character and is consistent with Reacher and the others.
Say something about yourself!
Good action, typical Reacher, a bit overdone on the numbers. Nothing spectacular. Just decent Reacher. Excellent Dick Hill narration.
I think I may listen to this again as this was my first Reacher book and I like the way Lee child writes this character. Reacher is very skilled at what he does and what he knows and I will be giving the whole series a listen to.
I think the ending could have been more force full but really it it didn't have to be.
Reacher, even tho all the others were done masterfully by Dick Hill. Reacher was a very good one.
No, not in this one. If I had to say anything it would be it was refreshing to see the main character be poor and not some high tech person with money. They show you he has know money but what he does have is a skill to help people he loves or cares about.
Reacher is worth your time as both Dick Hill gives him life and Lee Child gives him depth and a sense this is not just the same old tough guy story line but rather a nice change to a tough guy story line.
Another great Jack Reacher story. The story was a bit complicated and as usual you could not predict the outcome. There were a couple of scenes that were somewhat unbelievable and I did find myself thinking "there is no way anyone would come to that conclusion". Doesn't matter though, it was still a good book.
I like the concept of Reacher's character--his military police background, no personal possessions--except a toothbrush, which he "unpacks" by taking out of his pocket and putting into a hotel glass. However, the story becomes unbelievable at many points. I listened to the end, though I lost interest well before. Got kind of old, knowing the good guys would win and the bad guys would get their just dues.