Without Fail (Jack Reacher) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-01 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 1 user ratings

" One of my favourite Jack Reacher books. Read it. You'll love it! " said.

"This was the first piece of Reacherature I ever picked up years ago. Little did I know the impact it would have on my life or how many people I would have bored talking about the man himself.
I've just finished rereading it and I had forgotten how good it is. Compared with the later books, there is some real emotional turmoil for Reacher here - whether dealing with the loss of his brother or dealing with his brother's ex.
This isn't my favourite piece of Reacherature but I think it's the best in terms of character development. The story is very good also.
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"I have read a few Jack Reacher books before, seen the movie, and have loved everything I read and seen, so I was looking forward to this one as well. I was not disappointed. From the first chapter through to the end, its relentless action. The characters as I have seen in other Reacher books are all well fleshed out. The plot is plausible, and it roars along at a good pace. We learn a little more about Reacher in this book too. I have read a lot of this genre of book, and Jack Reacher is by far one of my favorite characters. Would easily give it 5/5, more if I could! Thoroughly highly recommended." said.

" Of all the Jack Reacher novels I've read, this one didn't do much for me. It was still a good story and I bet it would make an excellent movie, but it just didn't pull me in. I'm still a huge fanof Lee Child and his Reacher novels and will read ever last one!! " said.

" Pretty good, the usual stuff you'd expect from a Jack Reacher novel. I didn't much like the reason for the attempts on the VP-elect's life. Seemed kinda anti-climatic after all the build up on how smart and competent the bad guys were supposed to be. Still, it was an entertaining read. " said.

" The book is awesome. The thriller, the action and the suspense, with a twitch of sadness. Gives a lot of insight about the protagonist's relation with his older brother, Joe. The moment when Froelich dies, that's when the book start to get more interesting. All in all, a great read. " said.

"A compelling installment in a high-velocity, entertaining series. This one seemed slightly different from some of its predecessors, with the plot line being less driven by chance and more by design/recruitment (which, frankly, makes more sense to me). Inserting Reacher into a Secret Service operation/situation was interesting, and it worked out pretty well (in terms of story line).

The sustained tension/drama is the defining feature of the book (and, from my perspective, the series). Child begins with a relatively quick start (although, frequently, the perspective skewed/confusing) followed by sustained momentum throughout - at least for me these are tough to put down - ultimately wrapped up with a terse, no frills conclusion. Boom... then that's that....

Reacher is Reacher, and he's not for everyone (violent, analytical, unsentimental, functionally arrogant), but he stays pretty much in character throughout. I have no idea if I'll ever read 20 of these, but I'm confident (at this point) I'll read the next one...
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"A Review of the Audiobook

Originally released in 2007 by Brilliance Audio.
Read by Dick Hill
Duration: 16 hours, 34 minutes

Jack Reacher is back. He is tracked down by his deceased brother's former colleague in the Secret Service (and ex-girlfriend) because she wants him to take a run at the security around the Vice President-elect in order to test it.

It turns out there is a serious plot to kill the Vice President-elect and Reacher and a partner he has brought in to help join in to hunt for the plotters.

This is a typical Reacher book - lots of snide comments, fistfights and even gunplay. The part where he is brought in by the Secret Service is a stretch, but Lee Child makes it palatable.

The audiobook is read by veteran reader Dick Hill. He gives Reacher a strong voice and I think he really gets the character.

I rate this audiobook 4 stars out of 5.

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