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  • Disappointing

    I'm a HUGE Lee Child fan and was really looking forward to a new Jack Reacher book as I've read the others twice. Was quite disappointed as the writing style was quite different and the book just didn't keep me as engaged as I have been with all his others. Maybe the brother wrote a bit too much of this one and not enough of Lee Child himself

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  • Far from his best

    I have read all the books written by Lee Child, not once but twice and three times for some. Could barely put them down before the end. Not this one. It is totally different and far from good. Too many details, often repeated, to try and make Reacher being more of who he usually is. The easy flow the author has made usual for us readers is too often interrupted by unnecessary long descriptions of Reacher’s capacities or habits. The story itself is unusually complicated and creates a low interest in the reader. Not a book I will read again. Please, Mr Child, bring us back « our Jack Reacher ».

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  • This book was poorly executed.

    This Jack Reacher book has an interesting premise surrounding cybersecurity but it is never developed. The book is a confusing mashup that is very hard to follow. Reacher's exploits are not believable. He confronts five burly auto mechanics and easily overcomes them. He disarms and defeats three armed Soviet spies and wins. With this book, the 'new sheriff in town' genre of the past Jack Reacher novels loses it's steam and badly needs to be retired.

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  • Loved it

    This one is one of my favourites in the series already, I will have to re-read it. Bravo Child Brothers!

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  • The Sentinel

    Just iish The Setinel. A great Reacher story, with twists and turns to the very end! I couldn't put it down!

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