Decent Jack Reacher story not the best, but not the worst.
The narrator was terrible. Johnathan McClain was so bad, so terrible I couldn't help but laugh at times. He has about 4 voices in his arsenal, they're all awful. Sometimes he would assign a character a particular accent or tone of voice or manner of speech etc. Then just drop it half way thru. He was so bad, that I couldn't stop listening. I needed a good laugh and got it.
Not too fond of the readers voices, but overall I was able to stay interested. To be specific on the reader, several of the voices seem to be too similar.
Otherwise, another great adventure. Looking forward to Tripwire.
love this series. glad i heard about the author on an NPR interview. jack is a great hero hope he actually gets to keep the girl in one of these books
This is the first book I have experienced by Lee Child. I loved the way he unfolded the story and how he takes us through the way the characters put things together. I also enjoyed the narration of Jonathan McClain very much. Unfortunately for me, I am having a rough time listening to the other Reacher novels that are not read by McClain. I think his voice is Jack Reacher for me! Guess I have some reading to do!
This was the first Jack Reacher book I've purchased. I like Preston and Child's Pendergast series but this was far from the type of storytelling found in the Pendergast series. This story was frustrating, in that the main character keeps getting kidnapped/imprisoned/tied up/captured, etc. over and over again by the same group of bad guys.
Probably not another Reacher book, no.
The narrator was largely pretty good.
First audible book I couldn't wait to get back too. Narrator does a fantastic job telling this exciting story. didn't hesitate to buy book three right afterwards.