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    Can't wait for the next

    Have been reading quite a lot lately, comparing literary heroes. Reacher is the best, by far. I love the way these tales start with some totally credible random happening, or non-happening,and so develops into a great story, full of violence and clever turns. I have all the Reacher books and l look forward to the next one. I hope sergeant Frances Neagley will show up again. Among women she's the only one ever to approach the greatness of Teacher.
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    Could not put it down

    As capitulating as ever - I downloaded this book for a 12 hour long haul flight, and it was finished before we touched down. It has everything I love about Reacher and the situations he becomes a part of. Worth the wait.
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    Het vervolg op de eerdere Reachers

    Ik kijk altijd uit naar de volgende Reacher. De verhaal lijn is uiteraard hetzelfde net als de vertel trant. Soms te uitgebreid en teveel detail maar op de een of andere manier weet het verhaal je te pakken en is tijd om te lezen geen issue meer.
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    So Disappointing

    This is probably the worst of Lee’s Jack Reacher books I’ve read, and I’ve read them all. The plot is tame and the family tree plot very confusing and not really relevant - padding. Lots of loose ends, the Apple farmer plot just faded away, the hit men from Boston turned to nothing. No ‘romantic’ connections and the main plot not really exciting. The ending certainly appeared rushed and obvious. As I said before “tame and disappointing”
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    Don't Bother... Save Your Money.

    Extremely poorly written and plotted story. Could have been authored by a ghost writer emulating Child's style? Absurd plot-line covering two virtually unconnected scenarios, but laboriously and nonsensically connected towards the story's penultimate stages. How can we seriously believe that out of the blue, Reacher suddenly becomes desperate to investigate his family's history—particularly that he's now 60 years of age. Which raises another issue; at his age, can Reacher still apparently perform at the same physical limits as a man half his age? In all likelihood, no. He is human after all. Having read all the other 22 Reacher books, I can only recommend that potential readers give this second-rate effort a miss, and pray for a far better Reacher number twenty four.
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