gee & unlay
This book was great. Took a long time to develop and the kid thing going the other way would gave been great for reacher if this was the last book in the series. everyman needs children . reacher needed family
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I thought overall the book was solid. It was reasonably paced and interesting. It wasn't a non-stop thrilled ride however.
I love Reacher's fearless approach as a combatant.
I LIKE Mr. Hill's portrayal of the character and have become accustomed to his style. He's not convincing with female leads as his voice isn't well suited to create them.
That was my reasoning for selecting this Jack Reacher book, so yes.
Overall the book was solid but a bit to over the top with final conclusion. I wanted the story to have a greater global threat and it was a little silly when revealed.
Good story esp. a window into Reachers time as an MP. But compared to other novels, it fell flat. The voice narration is always awesome! Really captures the mood and pace.
I like the mystery, the suspense and the fight scenes. But I was hoping for a bigger explosive finish in the end. Instead it ended with a quiet finish and had Reacher just walking away again.
I was amazed when Hollywood cast a 5'6" actor to play a 6'5" character...I guess they never thought anyone would notice.
Quite a story of misdirection, our hero Jack Reacher,and his female C.O. Turner are being deceptively being accuse of multiple crimes of treason, assault, and adultery, so the real bad guys can cover their gun running, and drug business.
In this story Reacher once again has a brief affair,but this time it is with his superior officer. Once again it is just sex no long lingering love affair. Some humor is injected into those moments.
Throughout the story Reacher, and Turner are playing Watson and Holmes, and the good guys win once again.
I for one will be interested to see what Hollywood will sift out of the book.and put up on the screen.