61 Hours - Lee Child Reviews
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Lee Child 61 Hours: (Jack Reacher 14)
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by - written on 17/03/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
61 Hours is the 14th book of Child Jack Reacher novels and has been as successful as the rest. There will be 2 types of people reading this, those who will have read the other novels and those who have no clue who the heck Jack Reacher is. And it is for the latter that I think a little information may be useful. Jack Reacher is a 6' 5" ex Military Policeman who bought up in the military by his parents, graduated West Point and went straight into the army. He was highly decorated including the Silver Star and Legion of Merit, even though he didn't always behave quite as he should. He now spends his town going from town to town with nothing more than a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
'61 Hours' is the 14th outing for Jack Reacher, the roaming ex-Military Policeman brought to life by author Lee Child. It was with little enthusiasm that I picked this up, the stories have been on a downward trend since 'One Shot', the 9th book, with the last three being particularly poor. However, the early reviews seemed promising so I hoped it was a return to form which it was, and it wasn't. The one thing Lee Child does consistently well is write excellent openings. The last book 'Gone Tomorrow' was really poor, but 60 pages in had potential to be the best in the series. This time the opening is as strong as usual. It can't be easy to find a way to ... Read the complete review
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