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While this is a great read, I do agree with other readers that at times the repetitive plot can become a bit stale.
I love Lee Child's novels, but somehow the novellas, due to their short size probably, just can't achieve what the larger novels do.
I've fallen for the trap before, yet I keep buying them I was not disappointed by Never Go Back. Jack Reacher is back in action and depicted in the same style we know and expect from Lee Child.
This particular novel follows the events in 61 Hours , when Jack is trying to find Major Susan Turner, his new commanding officer, without any luck.
He has his work cut out for him, and the action doesn't stop until the last page. I loved this book! The army is different. Whatever else is wrong with it, you can trust your brother soldiers.
And believe in them. Jack Reacher is alone and on the road until he is called back into action by the military, being the only one who can stop a killer who has taken an interest in the president of France.
After reading this book, I'm rather glad the series is coming to an end. I think the author has run out of steam and can't keep up. That's fine, for he has given us some great books, a great hero and many hours of enjoyment.
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I read them in order and was hooked after book 1. I preordered the last two and read them in one day after receiving.
Sasha Roiz would be a great Jack Reacher. I've never even heard of that movie Running blind. There are so many movies now it's hard to keep track.
So many good ones go without notice. Tom Cruise as Reacher is a long stretch. Physically he is nothing like Reacher is described by Child plus he is a horrible actor.
For anyone still on the shelf about reading Lee Child's masterwork involvin Jack Reacher - allay your fears; you won't be disappointed.
The books are true page-turners and I'm on book 4 right now. I haven't read any of these yet, but I'd like to. I have found it's usually best to read a series of books in the right order.
They make more sense that way. I have a set of Jack Reacher books in my Kindle still waiting to be read. I guess I better start reading them then: Yes, it would take a long time to get current - but can you think of a better series to read in order.
I take them to the gym with me and have large rubber bands to keep them open while working out on the elliptical - times FLIES by and I find myself cooling down for 10 or 15 minutes so I won't have to stop!
I always like to read in chronological order if I can, but in some cases you just can't. There are so many Reacher books, it would take a long time to get current.
Reading any one of them would be a great start! I'm shopping for a new Lee Childs book and not sure if I feel like reading them in order or not.
There are definite pros and cons, but usually with a good author like Childs it doesn't matter. Child does a good job of recapping pertinent facts, data, etc.
I have only seven left to read including the new one due out in September and don't know yet what I will do next. Maybe I'll try the female Jack Reacher series.
Hey I haven't heard him before,now I got it and It is in my reading list,thanks you for sharing it!! I am almost finished reading them all in order I have been averaging two books a week I will start the last book tomorrow.
So now I have a problem I need to figure out what to read next. I love the Reacher type characters last author I read was Nelson Demille love the John Corey Character as well anyone have any suggestions?
If you get the E Book version you can make the characters as large as you want on the computer or tablet.
The other choice is to get the audio version. My husband died at age 85, three years agowithout knowing the Reacher serieshe would have loved them and so I am reading them for the both of us!
I can't get enough! I have almost read all the Jack Reacher books and thought you didn't really need to read them in order.
But now I regret thinking that because at some parts or the story I didn't know what was going on. I am retired age 79 going on 80 in Dec.
I went to work part time for harric county kibery 4 years ago shelfing books. This is when I saw a book by Lee Child. Yhey don't have all reacher book but I read all they have.
Love the Jack Reacher books. I saw the phrase "ticket free", as in if he ever wants to get off ticket free. Not something we say in America. Since Lee Child does not even write them in chronological order, It stands to reason that reading them that way isn't a priority.
I have been reading and catching up with these novels. I don't believe that reading them out of order has been a problem. They are so good anyway and they all stand on their own perfectly adequately.
I so disagree, as I was very disappointed with Tom Cruise playing Reacher. Nothing like the character, first and foremost too too short.
Did not have the look, almost a youthful baby face. I will not ever watch another Reacher movie with Cruise playing the roll. Whenever I find a new author I enjoy reading I get all the books available and read them in chronological order.
It just makes sense to me to do that even though with most authors you can read the books in any order you like.
I am a big Jack Reacher fan. I love the Jack Reacher novels and yes, I do read them in order even if it's not necessary, it's just a "habit" of mine.
No real need to read in order - the "prequels" work better as backstory IMHO, and the rest are almost entirely self sufficient. As an acid test on the subject - I'd recommend picking up any one of them at an airport regardless of its place in the series.
Good acting ability and physically much closer to Reacher. Glad I have seen this as it really annoys me when I read books out of sequence.
Very nice Jack Reacher Lens! I am a HUGE fan, as you know. I am almost finished reading the in order! I haven't read any of the Jack Reacher books yet but you've piqued my curiosity.
I'll have to check them out. Big fan of the series - can't imagine Tom Cruise in the title role tho on the big screen! The movie was entertaining but Tom Cruise was extremely disappointing as Reacher.
Forget the size issue. His attempt at the strong, silent, intimidating personality of Reacher just came off as comical overacting.
Strutting around the motel room shirtless reminded me of his dressing room scene in Rock of Ages. Dozens of other actors could have done better.
Despite this, it was an entertaining movie. I was absolutely enthralled and read it in very short time, not being able to put it down. I have read a couple since but want to definitely read more.
I will be reading them as I find them so going against your advice but I don't think that will affect the enjoyment. Thanks for the run down on the books.
I tend to like this genre of books. I'll be checking out Jack Reacher in the future. Thanks for the book list. I'll be seeing it. I've read all the Jack Reacher books You were just either there or not there.
Service Awards circa I think that was what impressed them. Josephine Moutier Reacher was 30 when Jack was born. Died in when she was She garroted a schoolmate, a boy who threatened to give her up to the Nazis.
It was very short and abrupt, and she struggled with the initial J because of her accent. It came out like ZH.
Like the boy was called Zhoe. Jack was much better. Her accent made it sound like Jacques, which was a very traditional old French name.
Translated, it meant James. Privately, she always thought of her second boy as James. But she, like everyone else, called him Reacher.
Gentle, shy, sweet, loving man, but a stone-cold killer, too. Harder than a nail. Next to him I look like Liberace. Born on an Army base in the Far East.
Has a scar on his forehead too, gift of his brother. Two years older than Jack. Joe was taller than his brother, making him appear slight by comparison; Jack used to beat up the kids who gave Joe trouble in school.
Kept a closet full of designer label suits 24 at last count. Died at the age of We were clones, physically, the two of us. But we had different brains.
Deep down, he was a cerebral guy. He never thought dirty. Everything was a game of chess with him. The others were all officers. He knew that nine people working closely would operate laterally rather than vertically, which in the event was exactly what happened.
The unit had organized itself like a small-market baseball team enjoying an unlikely pennant run: He had been a big-boned black guy from some scruffy factory town in Western Pennsylvania, smart as a whip and hard as a railroad tie.
Dark alleys and pool halls had seemed to be his natural habitat. But somewhere in his DNA there had been a clear link with the earth. He could picture him, in a raggedy old barn coat, knee-high in prairie grass, under a huge blue sky, cold but happy.
Kept a chunk of concrete from the Berlin Wall on his desk. Had a German Shepard named Maisi. A useful guy to have around.
Karla Dixon Forensic accountant, New York. Reacher espouses no personal religious beliefs but is generally accepting of the beliefs of others, though he is scathing in his dismissal of town boss Thurman's fundamentalist Christian position in the novel Nothing to Lose: When asked if he is "born again" Reacher says, "Once was enough for me" and later rhetorically asks Thurman, "I'm here to visit the sick and you want to have me beaten up?
What kind of Christian are you? Reacher is also critical of the corruption of traditional spelling, such as the use of contractions like "U" for "you", "lo" for "low", disliking the absence of the apostrophe in DONT WALK pedestrian signage before they were replaced, then noting he also disapproved of replacing words with pictures.
While Reacher knows how to drive, in A Wanted Man he professes to be a bad driver, and in Bad Luck and Trouble he says he can't rent a car because he doesn't have a driver's license.
Among his few indulgences are casual sex and coffee, which he drinks constantly. His face looked like it had been chipped out of rock by a sculptor who had ability but not much time.
From A Wanted Man: He was extremely tall, and extremely broad, and long-armed, and long-legged. The lawn chair was regular size, but it looked tiny under him.
It was bent and crushed out of shape. His knuckles were nearly touching the ground. His neck was thick and his hands were the size of dinner plates Underneath everything else seemed strangely civilized His gaze was both wise and appealing, both friendly and bleak, both frank and utterly cynical.
Reacher attributes his survival to the rough MASH stitch work. He also has various other scars: He suffers his first ever broken nose in Worth Dying For , at over 50 years of age.
He resets the bone with a thump from his palm and later puts on a plaster bandage made of duct tape.
Reacher's maternal grandfather, Laurent Moutier, was a furniture restorer in Paris , who, at age 30, volunteered for the French Army in at the outbreak of World War I , fighting at Verdun and The Somme.
Josephine Moutier was his only child. He died in at age Jack, as a boy, met him three times and is described as having liked him. But my mother had.
She had lived through desperate times and she had stepped up and done what was necessary. His military service kept his family continually moving all around the world to various military bases.
At the time of the short story Second Son , when Jack was 13, he was stationed in Okinawa and involved in preparing contingency plans for an invasion of Mainland China.
In the same short story, Stan Reacher is depicted as "a child of the depression ," coming from a miserly New England family, and as a result was a proponent of the theories of "Waste not, want not," "Make do and mend," and "Don't make an exhibition of oneself.
Gentle, shy, sweet, loving man, but a stone-cold killer. Next to him I look like Liberace ". Reacher had only one sibling, brother Joe Reacher, who was two years older than Jack.
Critics have noted the strong theme of "justice" pervading the character as well as the book series. White, characterises the titular protagonist as: He reminds me a bit of a character from the Old West: A stranger comes to town and sets things right.
Then he leaves town. Good at saving damsels in distress and sorting out bad guys. Rick Gekoski, writing for The Guardian , takes a similar if darker interpretation of the character: Too immature to make a sexual commitment, obsessed with death and terror, this archetypal hero of American fiction was first described in Leslie Fiedler's classic Love and Death in the American Novel Malcolm Gladwell, in an article for The New Yorker , perceives a difference in the Reacher character and the traditional Western characters in terms of the symbolism they represent to the general public.
In his opinion "The traditional Western was a fantasy about lawfulness: The heroes conduct themselves according to strict rules of chivalry. They act— insofar as it is possible —with restraint.
In the world we live in today, by contrast, we have too much order: Our contemporary fantasy is about lawlessness: That's why there are rarely any police in Reacher novels—or judges or courts or lawyers or any discussion or consideration of the law.
Nor is there any restraint on the part of the hero. He's not pointing toward a more civilized tomorrow. He's leading us back into the wilderness, with the reassurance that our psychopaths are bigger and stronger than the bad guys' psychopaths.
Sargent also notes the dichotomy in Reacher's character, stating that he is intellectual and generous despite his exterior appearance of being "unkempt, unshaven and out of uniform, a loner, avenger, perpetual outsider at odds with the army".
In Sargent's express opinion:. The thing about Reacher is that he is not just a thug, even if a well-meaning thug in the manner of, say, Rambo or Bruce Willis.
He is also a thinker, an intellectual, capable of quoting Nietzsche or coming up with the etymology of "vagrant".
And he speaks French He is sympathetic to deserters from the Iraq War and particularly severe on capitalist profiteers.
You feel he would probably turn up at an Occupy Wall Street demo. There is something of the hippie in his rootless roaming around America, seeking out injustice and righting wrongs.
Curtis concurs, remarking that "Reacher isn't just a mindless vigilante. He can also be a liberal do-gooder.
He has expressed sympathy for gays in the military and undocumented immigrants. The scumbag is killed, but usually for the right reasons. Multiple critics have pointed out that the Jack Reacher character is characterized by his spells of silence,   with Curtis claiming "Reacher's classic line is silence.
Others have been critical of the various implausibilities and contradictions present in the character and his behavior. Ever a frugal sort, Reacher travels mostly by hitchhiking as he does at the beginning of "A Wanted Man" and 's "Echo Burning," both set roughly in the time they were written , even though the practice is roughly as current as bellbottoms and even though his appearance is, as previously established, notably simian.
Not that this deters a series of smart, attractive young women, most of them officers of the law, from jumping into bed with him.
And although he's a loner who seems never so happy — rather like Agent Cooper in "Twin Peaks" — as when sitting quietly in a diner with a cup of black coffee and a piece of pie, he has an uncanny knack for stumbling into the worst kinds of trouble, almost none of it connected to himself.
Lee Child has described Reacher's accomplices and their characterization and origin in the following terms: It kind of depends on what the scenario is and what the set up is.
Do I use people that I actually know? In a way yeah, because you met people and you regard them as meta-typical as one thing or another — so as a large extent, yes, they are based on people I've met but not specific individuals.
Jill Hemingway , age 34 according to a police transmission, was a suspended FBI agent operating freelance in New York during She had been investigating the criminal activities of a New York mobster, Croselli but her investigation had been shut down and she had been suspended, pending review as part of a deal cut by Croselli with the FBI.
She had since tried to unsuccessfully bring Croselli down by getting him to boast of his crimes on tape.
She admitted that bringing down Croselli had become somewhat of an obsession for her, stating "[Croselli] burns her up.
She suffered from heart-related ailments and she died near the end of the story due to a heart attack after having accomplished her goal.
Reacher commented, "She died young, but she had a smile on her face. Jack Reacher book series. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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