In Gone Tomorrow Lee Child takes us down a confusing path, where we never are sure who are the bad guys and who Are the good guys. In a marvelous way he keeps us guessing.
I want to feel good when I complete a story & am a little harsh on depressing ones. There are a few sad ones that I love but not many.
This was another great addition to the series. Some of the activity is predictable but it keeps you entertained with a very good plot, plot twist and character development. I will definitely continue the series.
As an English Lit major many moons ago, I have always had a hunger and interest in the written word. This new-to-me medium,if you will, has offered another delightful facet to my Listening opening up another dimensional side of my sensory perception by utilizing the spoken word to draw me into exciting worlds.
OK but Jack Reacher still too irascible for me this time. The entirety of the book seemed to hurtle slowly to an undefined conclusion. Not one of favorites..
As much as I admire Reacher, can we just once eliminate a threat in absence of a lengthy justification from the victim as to why he or she committed a particular act.
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It was entertaining to the point of what comics are to the newspaper - you know what you are going to get
Narration by Dick Hill makes the book - story was a stretch
If you like Reacher stories this is like comfort food.
Amazingly vivid story telling and the book where Reacher comes face to face with his mortality. Of all the books this is the one I remember the most!
The beginning was interesting, but the middle dragged. This is the first Reacher book where I left the room for part of it and didn't go back to catch up with the part that I had missed. It's up there with The Affair as too long for the plot. I'll continue to trudge through this one and hope that it will pay off in the end.
It's a slow one with a lot of talking and not much action in the middle -- maybe the ending will be a pleasant surprise.
Dick HIll is a great Jack Reacher. I wish he narrated books 2-4. I would have bought them already if he did.
NO. I prefer the books where the action takes place in the present, without a long backstory that doesn't add much to the action.