Not Lee Child's best work. Did not really keep my interest going. I was somewhat disappointed,
This book was so hard to get into. I did not actually show any interest in the book until Chapter 46 and then at that point I was so tired of the narrator, he was very monotone. The only reason I finished listening to it was because it was in a car. My husband, who does not listen to books, was in the car with me, and he asked how I could listen to the reader? I probably will not see the movie, especially if Tom Cruise is in it, he is definitely not Reacher.
This is not the best Reacher novel, but there can only be one best. I can see why Child would not lead with this book. However, as a Reacher fan, I enjoyed the book. What can I say, I can never have enough Reacher. This book seemed to be written for Reacher fans, so I would not recommend it as someone's first Reacher novel. If you are contemplating this book, read a few of the others and come back to this one, and you will enjoy it more.
Reacher's resourcefulness and exposure of the bad guys, even if it meant his career.
It made me concerned about how much the military is covering up.
All of it.
When the sheriff admitted that she sometimes hunted to give meat the the poorer side of town.
I thought the description of the sex scenes was a little overdone. Sometimes :) less is more.
I think the reader was very good, and intoned a great sense of suspense to the story.
This book was very entertaining and well written. I was always looking forward to continue reading this novel. It had funny parts and was very enteraining.
Yes, the narrator was great and matched the story perfectly
Stayed awake several nights way longer than I should have because I wasn't able to shut it off.
My boys and I love the Jack Reacher series, and have read or listened to 16. Never before, though, has Lee Child decided he could write a sex scene, and should have stuck to the genre he knows, like Reacher battling an entire army with only a pool cuestick.
There are several terrible attempts at writing about Reacher's sex with the sheriff, and the first is by far the worst, and painfully bad. What must have been about 8 pages in the book (and what seemed like ten minutes on the audio) about undressing, looking, discovering,