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E closest thing to a home he ever hadWhy He wants to meet the new commanding officer Major Susan Turner He liked her voice on the phone But the officer sitting behind Reacher’s old desk isn't a woman Why is Susan Turner not thereWhat Reacher doesn’t ex. I tried my hardest to finish this book before the movie came out but I was a couple weeks too late Actually it could be closer to a month by now I kept putting it down as it just didn t hold my interest Couldn t get into itI hope I enjoy the movie than I did the book To me it was the same old Jack Reacher saving the world and finding a little love along the way only to move onto the next town and do it all over againI still enjoy the series and will keep reading it I am too far into it to stop now The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family phone But the officer sitting behind Reacher’s old desk isn't a woman Why is Susan Turner not thereWhat Reacher doesn’t ex. I tried my hardest to finish this book before the movie came out but I was a couple weeks too late Actually it could be closer to a month by now I kept Tusculan Disputations, I and Scipios Dream putting it down as it just didn t hold my interest Couldn t get into itI hope I enjoy the movie than I did the book To me it was the same old Jack Reacher saving the world and finding a little love along the way only to move onto the next town and do it all over againI still enjoy the series and will keep reading it I am too far into it to stop now

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Pect is what comes next He himself is in big trouble accused of a sixteen year old homicide And he certainly doesn't expect to hear these words ‘You’re back in the army Major And your ass is mine’Will he be sorry he went back Or – will someone else. Cards on the table I like Reacher always have but I might be getting a bit tired of reading the same storyI settled in to read the latest offering and at first it was like meeting up with an old friend it prompted a smile of anticipation as I turned the first page albeit electronically these days I like the routine stuff the coffee drinking the luggage load of a toothbrush and nothing the alarm clock in his head and all the rest I like the clinically linear way the stories are told Even when the tale is told in the third person as this is the reader is essentially Reacher for the few days it takes to live through the latest adventure There is no trickery no clever sub plot waiting to confuse or over tax the reader All this is good to an extentSo what didn t I like about this book It boils down to a couple of things1 I guess like all Reacher fans I ve worked out that the story will essentially be a simple one with one or two elements left to resolve when we reach the denouement tying up a few loose ends and making sense of all the bad behaviour essentially I don t think there s anything intrinsically wrong with that but on this occasion I did find the knowledge that this was the way it would play out limiting It seemed to put a ceiling on the amount I d be able to get out of this story2 Lately or maybe it s always been this way the stories seem to take place in a very small geographical area In fact a few buildings and a few roads are mentioned and that s about all It s like a stage play with a limited number of backdrops This leads to repetition and I found this frankly boring The limitation itself didn t add anything to the mechanics of the story there was no hidden significance but it did detract from the flow when yet again Reacher walked the same two blocks between the same two buildings and saw the same bus rolling by in the same direction And I realised I d been here before with Reacher and that I didn t like it last time either Another thing with the repetition he introduced a flip of a coin element towards the end of the book that drove me mad Again it didn t add anything it just left me thinking why I m seldom surprised by Reacher these days Actually I m never surprised The books are fun but hardly stimulating It s starting to feel like Lee Child isn t trying hard enough he has a formula that s worked for him and he s sticking to it rigidly However when all is said and done I will be buying the next Reacher book partly because there is something enjoyable about settling down in the company of old friend but also in the hope that Child can re create the pure excitement he s capable of at his very best The Freeze-Frame Revolution prompted a smile of anticipation as I turned the first The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 page albeit electronically these days I like the routine stuff the coffee drinking the luggage load of a toothbrush and nothing the alarm clock in his head and all the rest I like the clinically linear way the stories are told Even when the tale is told in the third His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch plot waiting to confuse or over tax the reader All this is good to an extentSo what didn t I like about this book It boils down to a couple of things1 I guess like all Reacher fans I ve worked out that the story will essentially be a simple one with one or two elements left to resolve when we reach the denouement tying up a few loose ends and making sense of all the bad behaviour essentially I don t think there s anything intrinsically wrong with that but on this occasion I did find the knowledge that this was the way it would The Doctors Dating Bargain play out limiting It seemed to The Collection put a ceiling on the amount I d be able to get out of this story2 Lately or maybe it s always been this way the stories seem to take Whispers of Feathers place in a very small geographical area In fact a few buildings and a few roads are mentioned and that s about all It s like a stage Entrepreneurial Vernacular partly because there is something enjoyable about settling down in the company of old friend but also in the hope that Child can re create the Advanced C Programming by Example pure excitement he s capable of at his very best

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After an epic and interrupted journey all the way from the snows of South Dakota Jack Reacher has finally made it to Virginia His destination a sturdy stone building a short bus ride from Washington DC the headuarters of his old unit the 110th MP It was th. Never Go Back Jack Reacher 18 Lee ChildNever Go Back is the eighteenth book in the Jack Reacher series written by Lee Child It was published on 3 September 2013 in the United States After an epic and interrupted journey all the way from the snows of South Dakota Jack Reacher has finally made it to Virginia His destination a sturdy stone building a short bus ride from Washington DC the headuarters of his old unit the 110th MP It was the closest thing to a home he ever had 2018 1394 520 9789641741800 21 07051399 Trial of a Feminizer published on 3 September 2013 in the United States After an epic and interrupted journey all the way from the snows of South Dakota Jack Reacher has finally made it to Virginia His destination a sturdy stone building a short bus ride from Washington DC the headuarters of his old unit the 110th MP It was the closest thing to a home he ever had 2018 1394 520 9789641741800 21 07051399


10 thoughts on “Never Go Back

  1. says:

    Never Go Back Jack Reacher #18 Lee ChildNever Go Back is the eighteenth book in the Jack Reacher series written by Lee Child It was published on 3 September 2013 in the United States After an epic and interrupted

  2. says:

    Where is Jack Reacher? Who is this imposter?I am a huge Lee Child Jack Reacher fan and have been reading these books for years but it has got to the point where I say that this could very well be my last Jack Reacher purchase It pains me to say this as these books have been the highlight of my reading calender for a long timeThere were a few times when I seriously considered not finishing the book but this is L

  3. says:

    This Jack Reacher novel continues the series of deceptively simple well conceived and crafted and satisfying novels Reacher is a bit mature at times but always ahead of the story curve The plot is timely and the story is driven by ethical dilemmas faced by Reacher as a result of his pastI try to anticipate the ending in as much detail as pra

  4. says:

    Book ReviewJack Reacher is back in this the 18th in the series Like all the others I read this in one or two sittings in spite of the fact that some parts did not involve as much action as we have come to expect fr

  5. says:

    While traveling through South Dakota in 61 Hours ex military cop Jack Reacher had occasion to call in to his old office in Washington DC the headuarters of the 110th MP Reacher once commanded the unit but it now belongs to Major Susan Turner Reacher decided that Turner had a very nice voice and on the strength of that impression he has slowly been making his way in the direction of DC in the hope that she will go out to dinner w

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    I tried my hardest to finish this book before the movie came out but I was a couple weeks too late Actually it could be c

  7. says:

    You're going to like this or you're not going to like this Fifty fifty

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    There is such a purity in Child’s formula I can’t resist it All variations on a primal theme of one man against a Goliath of corrupt forces A haiku of nouns and verbs of chase and run the reading of tea leaves like ripples that point to the track of sharks Brave confrontations with desperados without even a butter knife In this one our ex military policeman hero Reacher breaks the mold by teaming with a twin the new female chief of h

  9. says:

    Cards on the table I like Reacher always have but I might be getting a bit tired of reading the same storyI settled in to read the latest offering and at first it was like meeting up with an old friend it prompted a smile

  10. says:

    More like a 35 for me Much better than the last offering this is classic Reacher However after 17 of these books