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Gone Tomorrow - Lee Child
Gone Tomorrow
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3.90 210
Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780593057056 (593057058)
ASIN: 593057058
Publisher: Bantam Press
Edition language: English
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wesleylau
wesleylau rated it
This was my first Lee Child book and was pretty disappointed. I don't know if I'd pick up another one of his books without a specific recommendation.I found 4/5ths of this book to be quite boring. The last fifth was interesting because it made some sense of the earlier portions of the book. However,...
The Block
The Block rated it
This shorter than most Reacher novel is one of the best I've read (well, listened to) so far. It is much shorter and punchier than the other books with much less explanation and repetition. If you want to read a Reacher novel, this is the one I'd recommend.
Vijai's Book Reviews
Vijai's Book Reviews rated it
5.0 Gone Tomorrow -1st Edition/1st Impression
Holy eff! the starting man the effing starting of this book is so AWE....I puked with excitement....SOME!!!!When in the intro phase Mr. Child ends the chapter with "...I was looking at a woman" (something to that effect, I don't remember the exact words) I could hear the entire Casino Royale theme s...
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it
5.0
Jack Reacher's an anomaly. He's homeless but he has access to money. He has no family and apparently no friends yet he gets people to pretty much do whatever he asks. He spent 13 years in the military but he has no contacts. So it's truly amazing how he solves this "locked door" mystery. His though...
Crime-on-thrill
Crime-on-thrill rated it
The 13th chronicle of Jack Reacher’s life penned by Lee Child. The time frame of this novel is post 9/11, almost five years after the death of Jack’s brother Joe, in Killing Floor.The book opens with Reacher travelling in New York subway, while he suspects a fellow traveller, a woman named Susan Par...
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