It's been a while since we first met Lee Child's Jack Reacher in Killing Floor. Fifteen years and sixteen novels later, Reacher still lives off the grid, until trouble finds him, and then he does whatever it takes, much to the delight of listeners and the dismay of villains. Now someone big is looking for him. Who? And why? Hunting Jack Reacher is a dangerous business, as FBI Special Agents Kim Otto and Carlos Gaspar are about to find out. Otto and Gaspar are by-the-book hunters who know when it's necessary to break the rules, but they Don't Know Jack. Reacher is a stone cold killer. Is he their friend or their enemy? Only the secrets hidden in Margrave, Georgia will tell them. Is Reacher a wanted man?
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Don't Assume You Know SERIES of 4 REVIEW
Waste of a good credit
Nothing about this could have made this experience worth it
Len Cariou, Dick Hill, George Guidell, Orla Cassidy
This was a complete waste of time and a good credit. Having read all the jack reacher books, I was originally intruigued at the concept, but quickly dismissed the thought about 3 chapters in. Why someone would want to piggy-back off a popular series and try to build onto it with confusing and completely unbelieveable plot lines is beyond me. I'm surprised Lee Child allowed the use of his characters, or even that he approved the concept (assuming he did). The purpose was to draw Reacher fans into the web and then try to keep them with a fantasy storyline using Child's characters as a backdrop. The "boss" was completely unbelieveable as was his knack for knowing exactly where his charges were and what they were doing the instant after they did it. The concept made no sense. Why send agents on an "under the radar" mission to have them ultimately solve a cae you were responsible for? Sorry. Complete waste of time and if this is a series, I won't get to episode 2.
One of the single most annoying aspects for the listener is having the reader try to be a man with every male line. I'm smart enough to know when a male character is uttering lines. I don't need the reader to pretend to be a man as she's reading. She made the male FBI agent so annoying with her voice, I tuned her out after a while. Listen to George Guidell read the Mitch Rapp series, or Dick Hill read the Reacher series or Orla Cassidy read the King & Maxwell series and you won;t haer them changing their voices to be somebody else. While reading the Kim character, she was fine. She should have stayed with that.
I was desperate for a new book to listen to, so I took it. I'm not that desperate anymore.