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by Lee Child
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StitchersGirl
StitchersGirl rated it 3 years ago
4 stars Allright, I love Reacher. What can I say? He just does it for me. I certainly agree with a lot of readers that he had better stories. The little "mini-series" around Susan Turner wasn't that good - at least not for me. But it was all worth it for this one little: "You're back in the army, Ma...
Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews
Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews rated it 4 years ago
Never Go Back by Lee Child is another Jack Reacher Novel. Jack & his smooth dialogue continue with ease throughout this page-turning book. His history has been examined by a team known only as Romeo & Juliet until the end of the book. Some of that history has been rewritten in a less than stellar l...
marczewek
marczewek rated it 5 years ago
Jack Is Back można powiedzieć. Jeśli ktoś kilka ostatnich powieści o Jacku Reacherze uważał za nieco słabsze, tej za taką uważać nie ma podstaw. Żadnych. Osiemnasta część nie zawodzi, a wręcz przeciwnie, nadal potrafi zaskakiwać. Widać że Lee Child nieustannie ma ciekawe pomysły na rozwój swojego bo...
Wanda's Book Reviews
Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 5 years ago
After an epic and interrupted journey all the way from the snows of South Dakota, former military cop Jack Reacher has finally made it to Virginia. His destination: a sturdy stone building a short bus ride from Washington D.C., the headquarters of his old unit, the 110th MP. It was the closest thing...
RachelAmphlett
RachelAmphlett rated it 5 years ago
The pacing of this, the 18th of the Jack Reacher novels, is probably the strongest for a while but the ending is a strange one. After crafting a story with multiple players which are set up to converge in one place at the pinnacle of the final act, all the tension which has been building up over the...
Krycek
Krycek rated it 5 years ago
In Lee Child's eighteenth Jack Reacher adventure, Reacher finally makes his way to the headquarters of his old army command, the 110th MP special investigations unit in Washington D.C., where he hopes to meet its current commander, Major Susan Turner (whom he had "met" by phone in previous episodes....
Bloggabook
Bloggabook rated it 5 years ago
I can't finish this book. I just don't care about the character. His smart ass attitude has worn thin. 25% of the way into this book and nothing's happening. No cliff hangers, no deep mysteries. Just Reacher being pissy. And by Reacher I mean the unfortunate image of Tom Cruise which is now st...
TStarnes Book reviews
TStarnes Book reviews rated it 5 years ago
In Never Go Back, Reacher heads to the special MP unit he used to lead to see the new commander, a woman, whose voice he liked when he spoke to her on the phone. When he gets to the post, he becomes involved in a conspiracy she has inadvertently touched. Like the other Reacher novels, this is a g...
MargaretBolingMullin
MargaretBolingMullin rated it 5 years ago
9/18/13 ** Okay...I got my crack fix. If you've been following Jack Reacher for the past 4-5 books, you know that he's been on a journey that stretched from S. Dakota to D.C. over the span of a few weeks. He "met" the new commander of his former unit via several telephone conversations and he want...
Darlene Marshall, author
Darlene Marshall, author rated it 5 years ago
Jack's back, and we're all darn glad of it. I was sort of "meh" about the recent short story, but this latest novel is Jack Reacher at his best--over the top, figuring out why people are messing with him--again--and why the US Army is after Major Reacher's (retired) hide.Jack's finally made it to DC...
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