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- Listening Length: 11 hours and 42 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Random House Audiobooks
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 10 Sept. 2015
- Language: English, English
- ASIN: B00YZ5FYZW
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Make Me: Jack Reacher 20 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Regrettably, it’s time for Jack to start thinking about a future that doesn’t involve a bus/coach/truck/train trip to nowhere and contemplate a safer future. The early stories were a breath of fresh air in an arguably stale genre when Reacher bestrode the thriller universe. But twenty books in twenty years is a long, long time: too long! We know he gets the girl, we know he mangles bad guys, we know he outwits all and sundry – and we know how he does it! Sadly, what once had me pining for the next instalment, now has me trying to avoid Tom Cruise’s face on book covers that should have featured Vin Diesel’s (or any suitable alternative!)
Don't get me wrong: it's okay by Reacher's standards and if you haven't read (m)any of the previous books - hence, the three stars. But journey's end is beckoning.
I got to the point midway where I had to skim and scan pages to alieve the boredom- plot equals Reacher stops at small backwards town - finds something suspicious- beds a girl- gets help solves the problem !!!!! Same old !!!! Very disappointed!!!!
Make me has all the elements of a typical jack reacher novel and then some. There is more action in this than some of the previous ones and the violence more extreme. An interesting character progression here is that, where as reacher was always concerned about justice and bringing the bad guys to book. Here , he's a cold clinical killer that would sooner blow the baddies away.
As always in a reacher book. Child never let's on till the end what's going on and when we finally do find out the truth here.......well what can I say except this is probably the most disturbing conclusion to any reacher book!
Without getting into it when he realised he was being followed and her phone was being monitored why did she later continually use it leaving their intentions and plans compromised? They had bought burners(disposable unregistered mobiles)but didn't use them later in the book, it felt like that one part had been written and then left and then when the author had got back to it he had forgotten about the mobile being compromised.
The ending was gruesome but a bit of a sudden end, this was what has been happening lets kill the bad guys, yes I suppose thats how they all end but the ending felt me a bit let down. looking forward to the next but hope its better than this.