A strong return!
Of course we read these because of Jack, but his Secret Service contact was a strong, likable character.
The Thanksgiving Day soup line scene was good, not too complicated, but exciting.
No tears, no laughs, simply a good story.
After a disappointing Echo Burning, Child brought back a good Reacher read.
Good Flowers Introduction.
As a Sandford fan and Lucas Davenport follower, it's nice to have an introduction to a character that can fill-in for the tired Davenport series.
Conger did a good job bringing Virgil to life.
It's not so compelling as to listen straight through, two or three hours at a time is good enough.
I'm going to move on through the Virgil Flowers series.
If you like the Quinn character, this short read fills in the blanks as to how he got into this strange line of work. This answered the question, "is Quinn good, or is Quinn bad." It serves a the prequel to the Quinn series.
Quinn, of course, by his newbie police friend was an interesting character.
Brick is a good reader. No complaints.
Probably, but there isn't enough here by itself to make a strong box office draw.
Echo Burning was a disappointing Reacher story. Shallow plot, unsympathetic characters, but pretty good description of the stark south Texas landscape. I recommend a quick read just to keep up with Jack, but move on quickly.
I will continue through the Jack Reacher saga and hope Child will get back on track.
Dick Hill is a talented performer, did the best he could with weak material.
Looking forward to my next Reacher read.
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