This was a great book. You would think after 16 books, the 17th would be not so great, but it was very good.
Even though I won't see the Jack Reacher movie because of the ridiculous casting of Tom Cruise as Reacher, I will continue reading Lee Child. I have heard Lee had nothing to do with casting someone 5'6 150 pounds to play a man who is 6'5" 250 pounds and I really hope that is the case. We have to save Jack Reacher and boycott the film.
Reacher's broken nose? What was that all about, we never get to know how he broke his nose. There was no value in this, it only gave purpose to Dick Hill's nasal voice interpretation that became increasingly annoying as the story droned on.
If you had never read one of Child's Reacher books before, you might like this one. However, if you are a "Reacher Afficiando". you will likely be disapointed with this book
It was a disappointing narration by an otherwise good reader.
No, the plot was too convaluted to condense into a 90 minute movie
I will continue to buy Child's Reach stories even though this one was not his best.
Recommend yes, but only with credits. Not worth the full price.
Best part, Reacher in action.
Dick Hill is REACHER, no other narrator can do Child credit.
Good anticipation but easily left for a time.
Not as much action, but, Reacher is the great thinker and able to put things togethor fairly quickly. There are some good humorous moments.
I love Jack Reacher novels, so this one wasn't a disappointment. Worth the time and money to read.
I listened to this straight through two days. It did hold my interest.
I liked the narrator; he stayed in character well.
You don't cry in a Reacher book, but there are humorous tension breakers along the way.
Just try to keep Tom Cruise out of the mental picture of Jack Reacher, and you'll be fine.
retired RN/middle school health teacher; lives in OH and FL; loves mystery/thrillers
everything...from the nasal narration to the lame story line
no...hope springs eternal...
Jack Reacher with a broken nose had the narration become a most annoying portrayal. May have been accurate but it was a distinct turn off
i would scrap this book and start over
a pure waste of time slogging through the whole story. This book was beyond boring and dull...but i'll hope that enough people get to Lee Child that he'll do better next time
There is nothing better then listening to Jack Reacher converse with the world around him. He was a little bit more vulnerable because of the broken nose but it was very good book to listen to. Waiting for the next one.
I have been a fan of Lee Child long before Audible, since I'm now of fan of both, Child seems to write even better. This is a gripping story made even more interesting by the narrator (Dick Hill). Author and narrator are a good pair, Jack Reacher is a fictional character made uber interesting.
I wish Audible would provide a better product. I continually have to go back and try to find my place to listen. Audible apparently disables the ability to burn a book to even one disk so I can listen to it. The iPod just doesn't do well on audiobooks (probably unless you buy them from Apple). It is impossible to get a book burned to CD so I can listen to it and it never plays right on the iPod.
This is a typical Reacher book, keeps you interested and involved. We listen to it in the car and we almost went out to drive around just so we could listen to it! Excellent performance, especially the performance by Reacher with a broken nose, it seems almost too real.
Yes. I would still warn readers to try another Jack Reacher novel to experience Lee Child at his best
He is superb. He brings the characters alive.
Yes. I would like to see what happens when Reacher gets to Virginia
Lee Child again brings Jack Reacher to life in a big and wonderful way! The narator Dick Hill is just the best. I hope that Lee never ask anyone else to be a Jack Reacher narator.