- ISBN: 8830430781
- Casa Editrice: Longanesi
- Pagine: 411
Gone Tomorrow (Jack Reacher, #13), Lee Child Gone Tomorrow is the thirteenth book in the Jack Reacher series written by Lee Child. It is written in the first person, and first published on 2009. It's 2 am, and Jack Reacher is travelling on the New York City Subway. He notices a suspicious looking pas Leggi tutto
Superbly fantastic and definitely worth reading. Lee Child has outdone himself once again with this thirteenth installment of Jack Reacher series. Unmistakably, Gone Tomorrow falls into the ‘exceptional read’ category. For me, this book had a very riveting and ingenious plot, and with each unforeseea Leggi tutto
This one's hard to review because any little detail I reveal might turn out to spoil a surprise for someone. I will say this was an exciting, satisfying read. Much more like his earlier Reacher books that got us hooked. Once you get past a certain point in the book, there's no good stopping point. Y Leggi tutto
You know that game you can play where "The Karate Kid" becomes a lot funnier if you just imagine that Mr. Miyagi is stoned the whole time? You don't? Well, now you do. Anyway, I've devised my own little game, and I play it every time I read a Lee Child thriller. I imagine that his hero, Jack Reacher, Leggi tutto
My Rating: 2.9/5 It's a good book. Boring half the time though and repetitive. I expected more.
Another outstanding Reacher ... Lee Child never fails to write powerful, tense action
This book was brilliant. I couldn’t put it down. The action was there right from the beginning and didn’t let up throughout the whole story. The plot was fast paced, which made it a real page turner. The main character is one of those people that you can’t help but like, despite the fact that he’s a Leggi tutto
I like the Jack Reacher series but my goodness this was tedious. I kept putting it down and not wanting to go back to it. Reacher is on a New York train when he sees a woman who meets all the usual requirements for a suicide bomber but when he sticks his snout in, the woman whips out a gun and kills Leggi tutto
Book 13 in the Jack Reacher series. Another high action, heart pumping Jack Reacher thriller. Jack just can’t help himself, no matter what the situation he just has to get involved. On this occasion Jack is sitting on an underground train at 2 am, as you do, when he sees a woman acting strangely, just Leggi tutto
4 stars Warning: There are brutal torture scenes at about 38% and 72% through the book. I skipped them. As usual with my reviews, please first read the publisher’s blurb/summary of the book. Thank you. There's a lot of holes in this, and excessive detail a bit too often (a well-known Child flaw), b Leggi tutto
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