So, many character arcs suffer from the second book blues, right? Where the second book in the series is worse than the first, right? The author might use implausible scenarios that stretch the suspension of disbelief too far, right? Or play on a false stereotype to create his villain, right? Or he might have every single character use the same, stupid manner of speaking, one that always and annoyingly ends in "right?", right?
Well, here you have it all. And if it wasn't for the depth of the Jack Reacher character and the free preview of the next book, I'd have probably given up on the series. Hopefully the junior effort is better than this turkey.
What a great series. I am partial to Dick Hill as the narrator, but I still enjoy it
The story was worth the listen.
Maybe, so long as he doesnt have more than one or two characters to voice.
The Jack Reacher novels are generally really good books. I've read most of them and now I"m re-visiting the series via Audible. This particular narrator is not in my top 5, probably not in my top 10. There were certain characters that made him difficult to listen to, the voices were two coarse or gravely or something... just not very natural.
It killed me to finish the book! By far the least interesting book (for me). Only reason I finished it was because, I wanted to make sure I did not miss anything in Jack Reachers future stories.