Jack Reacher torna a casa. O per lo meno al luogo più simile a una casa che un uomo senza legami e senza radici come lui abbia mai avuto. Raggiunge il quartier generale della 110ª Unità della polizia militare, dove ha prestato servizio come maggiore, prima di scegliere una vita libera lungo le strade d’America, al servizio della giustizia. Reacher è spinto dal desiderio e dalla curiosità di conoscere di persona la donna che ha preso il suo posto, quel maggiore Susan Turner che finora è stata per lui solo una voce gentile e intrigante al telefono. Ma nulla va mai come deve andare. Susan Turner pare scomparsa nel nulla e nessuno sembra gradire la presenza di Reacher...
- ISBN: 8850247664
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 416
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 Leggi tutto
Never Go Back (Jack Reacher, #18), Lee Child Never 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 Leggi tutto
This Jack Reacher novel continues the series of deceptively simple, well conceived and crafted, and satisfying novels. Reacher is a bit more 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 past. I Leggi tutto
Book Review Jack 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 from this series. Lee Child's skill in causing one to turn the page is really quite e Leggi tutto
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 it. I hope I enjoy the movie more than I did the book. To me it was the same Leggi tutto
While traveling through South Dakota in 61 Hours , ex-military cop Jack Reacher had occasion to call in to his old office in Washington, D.C, the headquarters 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 a Leggi tutto
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 Leggi tutto
Cards on the table. I like Reacher, always have, but I might be getting a bit tired of reading the same story. I 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 d Leggi tutto
More like a 3.5 for me. Much better than the last offering, this is classic Reacher. However, after 17 of these books, I was hoping for a bit of evolvement in Reacher's character or life position. There were glimmers of hope, but in the end we're still left with Reacher on his own, kicking ass and r Leggi tutto
It's so frustrating all this moving around and all this wandering, our hero can't settle down , i think deep down he's afraid of building a life for him and thus becoming an ordinary man . Otherwise i loved this book : ain't no messing around with the MP , Reacher kicked so much ass and i think I'm a Leggi tutto
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