Very well written and read, each book gives a bit more insight into the team dynamic and Reacher's personal history.
Why is Tom Cruise playing him though?
he may have the attitude but not the physical presence. if I do see the movie - possible, but not probable - I will not be able to expunge the notion of a spoiled celebrity getting his way to the detriment of the film.
The books though....a great listen.ans engaging story!
I've read & listened to several Reach novels but I don't think I've ever heard him refer to many people (if any) as his friends.Well it turns out Reacher does have friends,...and if you kill his friends he will kill you back. Great, story & as usual Dick Hill does an excellent job. Highly recommend.
This was definitely one of the best in the Jack Reacher series thus far. Killing Floor and One Shot being my two favorites, I'd probably rank this installment third. I thought there were some elements of the story that were not explained and it did seem to drag a little toward the end but overall an excellent performance and another great Reacher novel.
I am a retired psychologist with lots of time on my hands, thus I listen to a lot of books.
It is typical Jack Reacher novel with him avenging the deaths of his friends. I enjoyed it and would read it again but I liked 61 hours better.
Definitely keeps the high caliber of the Jack Reacher books. Very intriguing, enjoyable and entertaining. Would recommend to anyone who enjoys a good all around mystery, action and loyalty to friends book.
I'm such a Jack Reacher fan but this was a major disappointment. I've waited for a few days before I decided to review this book. I want to be fair but I was bored throughout the book. Dick Hill is a marvelous narrator but I constantly had to re-wind to try to follow the plot. There were so many characters and I didn't find it easy to sort out the mission. I just tolerated the story to the end. Maybe someday I'll go back and listen again. But overall, it's my least favorite Reacher novel.