Outlaw (Jack Reacher, #12)
Publish date: November 21st 2011
Pages no: 448
Edition language: Deutsch
, Spy Thriller
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Jack Reacher -6 (#12)
I picked up this book because Lee Child is one of my bookstore's consistently steady sellers and I feel obligated to read the biggest authors so I can amp up my suggestive sells. Unfortunately, after reading the other reviews on this site, it appears the general consensus is that the Child novel tha...
Yes, it's more political, yes there is less action than in most of Reacher's escapades, but still, my only complaint is that as Canadian, I don't like the fact that our Army is "3 guys and a dog" documented in type - we try to keep that on the down low.
A thriller is a kind of book which is meant to thrill the reader. So, when Lee Child sits down and writes a book I am rest assured that if not anything else that the book will thrill me. And, it does, not just me, but also the million fans of Child all over the world.This book thrilled me, but other...
Zwei Nachbardörfer in Colorado. Hope und Despair. Hoffnung und Verzweiflung. Dazwischen nichts weiter als meilenweit Niemandsland. Jack Reacher, per Anhalter unterwegs, strandet ausgerechnet in Despair. Er will nur einen Kaffee trinken und dann weiterziehen, doch vier düstere Gestalten wollen ihn we...
mp3Read by Dick HillWalking diagonally across the US of A, Reacher comes scross the small towns of Hope and Despair in the Colorado Desert.http://youtu.be/ov4epAJRPMwGreat fun with some ethical points and modern failures.3* Persuader (Jack Reacher #7)CR Nothing to Lose (Jack Reacher #12)
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