As much as I luv Jack Reacher I was seriously diappointed in this one. Interesting storyline, weak weak character devolpment, Jack Reacher not at his best mentally or physically. Seemed a book put out in a hurry? Maybe too much time writing for movie & not Jack Reacher followers. By the By?... Tom Cruise?!!! Ack!
Instead of Jack just going along "for the ride" Develope both "bad" & " good" characters more. They are very flat.
Love Dick Hill
This is again a great Reacher story ... that is if you like them. However, the readers "role playing" with the voices gets a bit annoying. Reacher has a broken nose and honestly we don't have to listen to a nasal reader to get the picture!!
Fast moving, Jack at his best, great storyline
Any other Reacher book
I like his voice
Kept my heart beat going with all the action
Must listen to Reacher story
Another great story, with enough twists to keep you engaged. As usual, the dialog is very visual, and the characters are interesting and well developed.
The story was over too soon and it will be a long time before the next Reacher. Quality takes time, so I will wait eagerly for my next installment.
I would rather not say, because it would be a spoiler. Actually, there were several that I could call a favorite, but I will allow my fellow listeners to find them for themselves.
Yes, but again that would be a spoiler, so I will not describe it. I am sure my fellow listeners will agree on the particular moment.
This reading is a credit to Dick Hill, to be able to do the whole book with a broken nose. Well, not Dick's nose, but you know what I mean. I have listened to just about 300 books and Dick is my favorite narrator.
Did not read the book. The audio let you know about his nose. Reading the book you would miss some of those details.
Jack Reacher. Always the best.
Approaching the hidden building.
Another thriller by Jack Reacher.
Tom Cruise should not be Jack. He is too short, and does not fit the image I have of Jack.
love the narrator voice and inflection...worth listening...Reacher is tops
average Lee Child...a bit out there at times, but entertaining
the car ride where Reacher is using eye blinks to communicate and his time with Sorrenson
Russel Crow, julliette Moore
great narration, story is a bit out there at times, but engaging
Speaker, Coach, Author - in Reno, NV (A GREAT place!) I've been an avid Audible fan for several years. Listen on my iPhone many hours each week.
I have read or listened to every single book in this series. Once again, Lee Child continues the story of Jack Reacher. I love these books. Certainly, if you've been reading any of the previous 16 books about Reacher (I can't believe there have been that many), you'll love this one, too.
I heard that Tom Cruise is playing Jack Reacher in an upcoming movie. Ridiculous. I have my image of Jack Reacher and he sure as he__ isn't anything like Cruise.
And what can you say about Dick Hill - he is the voice of these books. If he ever stops narrating them, I'll go back to the printed page, but if he narrates, I prefer him reading/telling/being the story.
Few authors can hook you quicker than Lee Child, the opening scene usually has Reacher observing something that's not quite right, something with huge implications. Then Reacher uses his powers of observation to solve the mystery as the story unfolds. While there are a couple of big action scenes, and some surprises, this book is more about the mystery and the characters, and it kept me listening intently all the way through. I enjoyed this one a lot more than the last one "The Affair".
The end, which was more exciting than the rest of the novel.
Want to know if, when, and how Reacher gets his nose fixed. Don't envy the narrator to sound like that throughout the story.
Audio for me is better since being blind print books are worthless.
I would recommend it for those who already enjoy Child's work, but not as a first time Child reading selection.
The narrator is quite good, and I greatly enjoy listening to him.
I love this series, but sadly Wanted just didn't have the same riveting plot I've come to expect from the author. It just seemed like he was putting out another novel, instead of really putting his all into it like prior books.