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Lee Child does it again!,
This review is from: Without Fail (Jack Reacher) (Hardcover)
The latest book about Jack Reacher is just as good as every single one of Lee Child's previous books. I feel that Jack Reacher as a character has now grown up and uses his brain a bit more than turning to the vigilante justice that we've been used to previously. The plot is an interesting one and I'm particularly impressed by the fact that Child refrains from using the President as his target, a choice that would have been much more obvious. He also shows us that he's less sentimental when it comes to killing off certain characters than most other authors, which adds to the entertainment value of the story. This is certainly another page turner from Lee Child and I highly recommend it. It would be advisable to read Killing Floor first though as this book, although it works well on its own, does refer to certain elements of that story and not reading it first would ruin that book for you later.