Recited in such a grim expressionless monotone it's hard to tell if there's a worthwhile book in there.
First chapter sounded like a lot of acronyms and internal politics.
Couldn't take any more after that.
Well written, absorbing and touching. A gentle story of people resolving the past and how their lives have intersected to make their worlds what they are.
Interesting backgrounder to at least some of the influences that supposedly caused Reacher to be the kind of person he is. Ridiculously short for one credit though.
It's also a good read but not as charming as the first one. Then again, Norton is a exceptional cat. Once you know that, nothing is quite so surprising any more. Also a bit more showbiz narcissism from the author. Still good for a lot of feline humour, though.
A delightful read for anyone who understands cats. Funny and touching. If you're indifferent about cats it's entertaining anyway. I was afraid it would be adolescent. It's not, it's written for adults and should hold anyone's interest. Jeff Harding's narration has exactly the right tone and hint of sarcasm.
Did Lee Child really write this? It was long winded and implausible
Less irrelevant, repetitive dialogue. A plot that makes sense
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