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To me this was a little different than I am used to reading. I am reading all of Jack Reacher straight through and as read I see I rough and tough guy but still can turn on the... Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Kate
I enjoyed the book but I believe a male reader would give it 4 stars as opposed to 3! It had an intricate plot with lots of characters & lots of killing!!! Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jan Konopka
This is, of course, fast paced with twists and turns. And covers a relevant important human crisis. Well done.Published 4 days ago by Michelle Golay
His books are well written, not literature but light reading which does NOT require much thought but is entertainment while relaxing. I enjoyed them!Published 8 days ago by John Lawless
I have been a Lee Child fan since he published his first Jack Reacher novel. That he writes such great novels time after time is the mark of a craftsman at the top of his craft. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Gary L. Rezeau
Another page-turner featuring Jack Reacher. As always Jack doesn't let anyone keep him from bringing his own vision of justice to fruition.Published 9 days ago by sherryd
was good reading. would have liked a little better explanation on how he escaped on his previous episode. And did he meet up with the gal from Virginia?Published 9 days ago by Bob Krumwiede
Not up to Lee Child's usual standard-predictable plot. Reacher is too super human at times to be believable. Read morePublished 10 days ago by John M