This is my favorite series. However, this installment is full of holes. There is no way the "real" Reacher would not have figured this one out earlier. There was no mystery and, for the plot to work, Lee Child had to add too many unbelievable, nonsensical facts to this story. Still, it is an enjoyable listen, but a disappointment for a Reacher book. Lee -- you have us at hello -- no need for cliffhangers.
I hope the next installment will make more sense, and that Reacher will be as sharp against the Russian as he usually is, and as he was, in this book, while helping Amanda.
Excellent book -- the personal injury recovery was adequate in light of the past history of the client, the fact that a rogue agent was at fault, and the fact that the amount recovered was over and above the the medical costs.
Great book. Very entertaining. The logic is not perfert -- why not shoot Oswald the first time Hal sees him, then returning to see the result? But . . . who cares? Well done.
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