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le 7 décembre 2013
Oulalaa, c'est nul, c'est lourd, c'est mal écrit, l'histoire est pénible, jack reacher ne dégage aucune empathie, je suis allé au bout histoire de voir si ça allait s'améliorer mais en vain. Je ne suis pas prêt de relire un livre de Lee Child.
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le 9 juin 2013
Pour ceux ou celles qui suivent Jack Reacher depuis le début, ce livre 'est le chaînon manquant qui explique le passage de jack Reacher dans la vie civile. Sans compter que l'intrigue par elle même est assez intéressante et l'action toujours efficace
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le 21 décembre 2011
Un des meilleurs Lee Child et ce n'est pas peu dire.
Jack Reacher nous entraîne dans une nouvelle aventure qui ne nous laisse pas de répit....
Difficile de poser ce polar....Suspense, romance, tout y est!
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le 9 décembre 2011
When pressed, Jack Reacher (JR) always said he was made redundant in a downsizing campaign of US armed forces in 1997. Readers of 15 novels about him as a wandering one-man army must have wondered if this was the whole story. The publication of Lee Child's 16th book about JR late September 2011 has caused an avalanche of reviews from his fans and readers in the US and UK.
Just in from a job in Korea in 1997, JR is ordered to go undercover in a small town in northern Mississippi kept alive by a secret army base where 400 elite soldiers are trained and maintained. They are rumored to be two companies of Army Rangers operating in secret in Kosovo, who relieve each other month in, month out. A beautiful young white woman is found dead with her throat slit, all blood drained from her body. The army sends Reacher and another MP separately to the small town, with MP Munro to interview and interrogate base personnel and MP Reacher to pick up clues in the small town, incognito. The big question: was this woman killed by base people or town people?
Upon arrival, JR is soon unmasked as an MP by the small town's sheriff Deveraux. She is 36 like JR, with plenty of MP experience in the Marine Corps. First hostile and defiant, she slowly allows JR space and time to investigate. He detects two earlier killings of beautiful black women. Often based in the only diner in town and via telephone, JR uncovers lots of things about the base and the sheriff. But is all information he receives true?

The book has plenty of scenes of movie potential, sound- and image wise. Almost in Hitchcock fashion, once a day a mile-long goods train crossing a road exactly at midnight, shaking the little town to its foundations. The huge, powerful mile-long train also shreds evidence of crimes, ends desperate people's lives, and with its noise and vibrations helps to enhance the love life of some people, such as Jack Reacher and sheriff Deveraux...

Brilliant, but also very dark book about Washington politics, rivalry between armed forces, racism and bigotry. Hope it will become a film, road movie or made in Hollywood. Lee Child's grand story can be visualized either very cheaply or very expensively. Highly recommended.
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le 4 juillet 2012
D'accès abordable pour mon anglais niveau intermédiaire.
Une bonne histoire qui va crescendo avec des chapitres brefs mais qui vont à l'essentiel.
Une excellente description des lieux et des gens. On s'y croirait!
Le héros est néanmoins un peu caricatural, un mélange de Sherlock Holmes, Bruce Lee , Brad Pitt voire Rocco Siffredi.
Un gars sans faille a qui tout réussi bien qu'il prend conscience qu'il vieillit et qui peut compter sur l'appui et la compétence de ses amis.
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le 23 juin 2014
For all those who love Jack Reacher, this is for you.
Some might consider this episode to be a little drawn out but I personnaly found it to be just right.
I suppose that the various physical scraps that he gets into against ridiculously overwhelming odds add that extra bit of excitement, especially as the technical détails of his approach to each challenge are adequately explained in detail. Just to show that it isn't being exaggerated as it were!

This time, he also gets very involved with a very attractive lady and his adventures are scripted in detail. I think that's new. Might interest some.

One of the great features of the Reacher novels is the military detail supplied by the author, Lee Child. Obviously a great deal of research has been put into it and this gives an impression of authenticity

I must say I'm an addict to Reacher and I'm pleased to note that there are plenty that I haven't yet read.
If they're all as good as this one then I'll be a very happy bunny.
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le 10 décembre 2011
REACHER avant REACHER.

Lee CHILD fait un flash back. Jack REACHER est encore dans l'armée; MP de choc ayant à résoudre des meurtres autour d'une base de rangers dans un coin paumé.
C'est du bon Lee CHILD, à déguster.
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le 29 octobre 2011
Okay, I can hear you groan from over here, I am a homer for Lee Child's writing. I know, so what, the man can just write. I totally loved this novel from start to finish. The flashback into Reacher's life and what catapulted him into his nomad existence is an intense read. The layers of this novel, the deception and nest of lies were fun to read as it unfolded. Very few authors can deliver a read like this: the detail, the minutia, the small bread crumbs of fact smattered with the fog of deception. Hopefully one day I will get to interview him, a simple blogger can dream, can't he?
Here is the synopsis:
'Everything starts somewhere. . . .For elite military cop Jack Reacher, that somewhere was Carter Crossing, Mississippi, way back in 1997. A lonely railroad track. A crime scene. A cover up. A young woman is dead, and solid evidence points to a soldier at a nearby military base. But that soldier has powerful friends in Washington. Reacher is ordered undercover'to find out everything he can, to control the local police, and then to vanish. Reacher is a good soldier. But when he gets to Carter Crossing, he finds layers no one saw coming, and the investigation spins out of control. Local sheriff Elizabeth Deveraux has a thirst for justice'and an appetite for secrets. Uncertain they can trust one another, Reacher and Deveraux reluctantly join forces. Reacher works to uncover the truth, while others try to bury it forever. The conspiracy threatens to shatter his faith in his mission, and turn him into a man to be feared.'
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le 23 juin 2013
Comme toujours chez Lee Child, le suspense est à son comble. Le dénouement de l'intrigue reste un mystère jusqu'à la fin. Un petit plus, Jack est amoureux.
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le 15 janvier 2013
The book is a real thriller. I enjoyed it thoroughly. Hard to put down. The small section at the end tells us how Reacher grew up. Fascinating !
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