Never forgive, never forget. Jack Reacher lives for the moment. Without a home. Without commitment. But he has a burning desire to right wrongs - and rewrite his own agonizing past. Never apologize. Never explain. When Reacher witnesses a brutal kidnap attempt, he takes the law into his own... show more
Never forgive, never forget. Jack Reacher lives for the moment. Without a home. Without commitment. But he has a burning desire to right wrongs - and rewrite his own agonizing past. Never apologize. Never explain. When Reacher witnesses a brutal kidnap attempt, he takes the law into his own hands. But a cop dies.
Publish date: January 6th 2011
Pages no: 544
Edition language: English
, Spy Thriller
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Jack Reacher -6 (#7)
Published 2004. I’m taking two risks here by writing this review. The first risk sounds repetitive. I have the distinct impression that I’ve written about this in several of my previous texts. The second risk might be because you might incur a waste of my (and your) time by reading this diatribe. ...
Well, here we go, back on the Reacher train. I kept hoping that this one would take place in a post-9/11 world, but apparently Child had this one in the can before that fateful day. There is no fictional character more ready to swing into action in the war against terror than Jack Reacher, and that ...
3.5 stars rounded up to 4, because REACHERWelcome to the wild ride that is Reacher on a mission. Vengeance, justice, fun - call it whatever you want to call it, because it really doesn't matter that much what it is. It's simply a hell of a lot of fun to read, I enjoyed it immensely, and anything els...
Gigantic hobo detective Jack Reacher once again wanders into more trouble than any happy-go-lucky wanderer would reasonably expect. This time, after encountering a ghost from his past, a man named Quinn who should be dead, Reacher gets involved in an undercover DEA operation to take the man and his ...
Not a bad thriller at all but having read two books where the end justifies the means and it doesn't matter what the law actually says I need to read something a little more fluffy
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