Yes, I probably will, because there are a lot of twists and turns in the plot. I want to miss nothing.
Riley (?sp - one of the shortcomings of audiobooks) -- because Scot seems attracted to her.
Red Light district in Amsterdam (before the bomb, that is).
Civilization Under Attack:
I have been a Thor fan for years, and I thought this book was great, just not as great as it could have been. There was not as much action as is typical. I was pleased he brought Nicholas into the story, but his role seemed forced and unimportant. And Scot's present love interest was only mentioned but not encountered. I expected more.
After my first Reacher novel, Tripwire, I started through them from the beginning (The Killing Floor) and have just made it to The Affair. One more to go, at present.
The Affair is the best so far. I'd add that it would also make a good first Reacher novel since it goes back to Reacher's past, in the Army. For the experienced Reacher fan, it fills in some gaps, but it also represents a starting point for Reacher's ongoing exploits.
Among the many interesting people Reacher has spent time with, Elizabeth Deveraux is an especially interesting example. I will say no more.
Honey Rider. Why ask
No, nothing extreme, only pleasant.
A very linear story - no subplots or subtexts to complicate the story. For me, this mede it a bit tedious.
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