I enjoy spy, military, psychological, technical and fiction based in reality and science. I really value intimate, thorough writing.
No. Its a mystery. Really no point unless i forget the story.
No. There are better reacher books.
The sense of attitude and ego is just PERFECT.
Yes. i just HAD to know how it ended.
Story was wound so tight. i was DYING to figure at the mystery. It was such a let down.. :( worst Reacher book so far just for that. man... such a let down.
Audible fan!...Why didn't I discover audiobooks sooner? I would rather listen than watch.
Most of these novels seem implausible but this one is even more so. It is pretty predictable as well. I like the concept of 'the perfect murder' but this was not it.
This one should be listed under science fiction! I've enjoyed the Reacher series so far, but this one has far too many implausible points. I can only hope the rest of the series comes back closer to reality.
1) McGuire is an AIR FORCE BASE, not a Marine Camp! Marines are associated with the Navy, not the Army.
2) Nurses do not tap the air out of the syringe because it will kill you, those shots go in muscle, we do it to insure the correct dose. in your IV, it would take around 2 to 3 LITERS of air to kill an adult, and last but not least...
3) It is physically impossible to "swallow" one's own tongue.
All of which is easily checked with a simple Google search. Even if this novel was written internet access, still simple facts to verify, quite sloppy, and lazy on the author/editor's part.
It was one of the worst story lines ever and I've read all the books in the Jack Reacher series. It almost as if this book wasn't written by Lee Child and Dick Hill should be the narrator for all Reacher books, McClain sucks.
Juvenile dialogue poorly delivered. Not worth the money or time. Having every character repeat "no doubt about it" and "that's for damn sure" ten million times doesn't come across as authentic American dialogue. Thus novel really needed an editor.