There are so many things happening at once. Roarke's return to his past in Ireland, Eve's big case, and more development of minor characters.
The closing in on the murderer at the end was riveting and suspenseful. I found myself trying to help Eve and crew get to the scene in time.
I loved the climax of the case being solved, but my favorite scene was the vulnerability shown in Roarke as he stood in the morning mist in Ireland. Eve drops out of the sky in one of his copters to get to him.
I had to cry during the touching farm house scene in Ireland.
This is one of my favorites so far.
I have listened to the entire series, so I now enjoy hearing the narrator in this series.
In the first few books of the series I wasn't as impressed, but the plots have become more complex as the series has progressed. I couldn't figure out where the side stories were headed in the beginning, but they are masterfully tied together at the conclusion.
Kinsey and Henry continue to be my favorite characters in the series.
The tangled web we weave.....
I love the extra sarcastic humor added to Reacher's character. He has just the right dig for the "bad guys."
Reacher is always in the thick of things. He is always thinking, assessing and moving to the next tense moment.
Dick Hill has nailed the Jack Reacher character, and makes new characters believable as well.
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