Worth Dying For
Publish date: October 19th 2010
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Jack Reacher (#15)
I enjoy the Jack Reacher books. I've dipped into the stream here and there, and I'm pretty sure I read the book right before this one, as the events he has just come from sound very familiar. And this is another fine entry. Child writes very enjoyable mystery thrillers. They aren't deep, but they ar...
500+ pages, read in 24 hours. Enough said!
While sticking to the basic formula of Reacher kicks bad guys' butts, Child manages to change it up a little. In some ways, Reacher's an anachronism, and if serious modern technology was used with strategy against him, he'd be in trouble. It starts to look as though he will be outnumbered when profe...
9/30/12 ** Well, on the second read, a very good book. However, after re-reading 61 Hours, Worth Dying For, and A Wanted Man in quick succession, I have some quibbles. Child presents these as happening in quick succession. Having a meth ring, white slave ring, and middle-eastern banking scheme in...
Reacher gets more talented with age, and Child's more humorous.