A rambling, stilted, ignorant, irrational, arrogant, hateful, chilling, positively DUMB waste of paper compiled by a loser who who shouldn't have gotten past trying to draw buildings as a hobby. The remarkable thing is that this monster ever became responsible for anything more than a simple mop.
I love books in which heroes are born, books in which we get to see how an extraordinary individual became who they are. This novel contained some great twists, some dead-end alleys through which Lee Child plays the reader like a violin. Plenty of action and suspense, plenty of Reacher reasoning through the clues. The short story appended to the end of this read also adds depth and insight to Reacher's character.
I usually find Steve Colbert extremely funny, and I do like Tom Hanks; but this short read didn't do it for me. Aside from listening to Steve Colbert interrupt Tom Hanks a.few times, I found little to justify even the small price that I paid for it, $ 1.87.
it could have been funny.
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