I'm a Jack Reacher fan, and this book continues my love affair with him. Tightly written, The Enemy depicts heroism as it should be: no holds barred. I did not like some of the lengthy descriptions of war/weaponry, not because I don't like descriptions of war/weaponry, just that Child went on and on a little more than he should have. I guess it's Reacher I like more than the situations he finds himself in. His backstory is less interesting than his present. Still, I'll read five books like this one before one of the other thrillers by less talented writers.
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