Never forgive; never forget.
Jack Reacher lives for the moment. Without a home. Without commitment. But he has a burning desire to right wrongs - and rewrite his own agonizing past.
Never apologize. Never explain.
When Reacher witnesses a brutal kidnap attempt, he takes the law into his own hands. But a cop dies. Has Reacher lost his sense of right and wrong?
©2013 Lee Child (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Random House Audiobooks 2013
I loved this story! I've read the first 10 books in the Reacher series and this is in my top 3. A few nice twists, and some surprises got me hooked within the first 20 minutes.
Dick Hill was great in the narration of this one (even though I got used to his voice reading some Bosch stories which was a hard image to shake), and the story develops well and keeps the tension building. Maybe there's a bit too much detail when Reacher takes down one of the enemies, which is not for the faint hearted but a well-written book that I'd highly recommend!
Good work, Lee and well read, Dick!
The wonderful nail biting build up to the final battle.
yes. Buy bringing me into the world of Jack Reacher, I felt as though I was there.
The last one when he battles Paulie.
I think Dick Hill is the best narrator for these books, the others are good but I think for Jack Reacher he is the best.
Another superb title in the Jack Reacher series. I start listening to these titles and simply can't stop, I listen to it at the gym, in the car, out shopping.. Everywhere. The author has crafted an amazing character in Reacher, his whole character carries from book to book allowing the reader to really get to know him. The storyline is well researched and grounded in the real world with a fantastic pace brought by the narrator and some great characterisations for the support cast. Jack reacher at his deadly best!
"Reacher stories are brilliant"
Yes - good pace and great story
The plot was well woven.
Good performance by Dick Hill.
"Reacher is The Man"
If you are not initially a Reacher fan you soon will be after reading one of Lee Child's novels. Recommended reading for people that enjoy a good, tough thriller book.
"One of Jack Reacher's Best Missions"
Gritty Story, seeing Reacher work with other agents.
Description of the landscape and area. The telling of another story within this story by going back to his days in the army.
Yes, the narrator was excellent.
The build up to the finale and the story telling of his relationship he had with Cole in the past.
"Meh!!!! Somewhat disappointed"
Not so much 'time well spent' but it was okay. Not the most gripping of the Jack Reacher series.
Perhaps a little more action.
Well Narrated in the familiar Reacher tone and style.
Didn't inspire me at all.
As always, I love listening to audiobooks and the Jack Reacher books have made me hooked from the get go, however the pace as slowed somewhat. Maybe it's my relentless listening or the author losing pace. Not to detract from it, it's an okay book.
So, I've made it to book 7 and my worst fears have been confirmed; the story of Jack Reacher's life is a Groundhog Day. His only saving grace in this recurring humdrum is that he gets to beat up a different guy and sleep with a different woman on each outing.
I really do not like being so bluntly negative so I'll close out now before I start on chronological confusion and text repetition. (Damn, I almost did!)
"Another side of Reacher"
The first person approach took some getting used to, but what a story! and what a dénouement! Very satisfying.
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