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An identifiable sniper has tried to kill the president of France and only Reacher is capable of tracking him down. That’s pretty much it and for Lee Child that’s usually enough for a break-neck thriller. However, this was too slow in places.
On the other hand, I enjoyed it, though less than Child’s earlier Reacher books. I like his writing style. I like that these are quick, easy, relaxing reads. And I like that his talent is consistent even when the story flags a little.
If you haven’t yet read any Reacher books don’t begin with this one.
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I'm a big fan of Jack Reacher so I was restlessly waiting for this book to come out. It wasn't as good as some of the previous books in my opinion. I loved that Reacher was travelling in and around London but the story was slow and somewhat implausible. All that stuff with the marksman and the glass was a bit turgid and the giant was just silly! Especially the comments about making Reacher feel small. Come on! And M15 having a "hide" to observe the house and keeping the key under a rock? Really?? With all that equipment?
Also, being a Brit, Lee Childs should be more familiar with the gun culture in the UK. One gunshot would be enough to bring down the wrath of God. Perhaps this is a blip and by next time Reacher will be back on track.
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Personal is the most boring book in the Teacher library I am very sorry to say. Too much talk and very little action. Jack Teacher seems ready for retirement. The story is slow and to hear places and names familiar to Londoners described in American English is very annoying. This is the first of Lee Childs books that I skipped parts in order to get to the end. I was so fed up with it. This, of course, is my own opinion. Read it for yourself and judge. I must apologize for the mis-spelling of Jack's name but my Kindle would not allow it. GREAT SHAME!!!
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Always think books are hard to review one persons excellent read could be another person's nightmare. Personally I enjoyed it. if you like reading about Jack Reacher then you will enjoy this book. The only thing that could spoil this story is by making it into a film staring Tom Cruise.
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Jack Reacher is passing through the west coast of the United States. Then finds a note in a personal column of a newspaper from someone he knew from his time in the Army requesting he makes contact.

Soon Reacher is in a military air base. Then is on the hunt for a sniper. This sharp shooter has targets on the world stage plus a certain ex military policeman who crossed his path some years ago. This time it is Personal.

Enjoy Reacher return to form as he comes over to Europe with a flying visit to Paris and takes in the London area leaving his mark in Barking, Romford, Chigwell and Ealing.
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another great outing from JR, this time global jet-setting with an air of danger, looking over his shoulder whilst dealing with an equally monstrous opponent... good page turner as expected, would recommend for reacher fans or action enthusiasts
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Jack Reacher is just the best literary character ever written. Combine that with intriguing, well researched storylines and you have yourself the perfect bedtime/bus ride/bath soak/sunlounger/anytime, anywhere reading material. If you have not yet discovered Lee Child's books, do not hesitate to click buy!
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At last Child is back on form. The last two books have been the best for a while we can only hope he keeps it up. Personal as got to be a movie choice for Mr Cruise ( or his 6.4" replacement ). Good story plenty of action with a logical but not guessed ending to the tale. Can see Ray Winstone for Charlie but who's going to play Joe. Good read cheers Lee.
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