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by Dick Hill,Lee Child

  • Author: Dick Hill,Lee Child
  • ISBN: 145584439X
  • ISBN13: 978-1455844395
  • ePub: 1735 kb | FB2: 1906 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Thrillers & Suspense
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (March 1, 2012)
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 416
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Echo Burning (Jack Reacher Series) ePub download

I am a Lee Child fan and attribute this poor effort to its early publication date in the series.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. I am a Lee Child fan and attribute this poor effort to its early publication date in the series. In addition to the unbelievable plot Child’s uses this book to describe his prejudices and stereotypes about Texas, Texans and West Texas. From his perch in England he sees a wholly bigoted,ignorant and lawless population in Texas.

I thought Echo was north," Reacher said. Where Ellie goes to school Took Reacher's elbow and pulled him into the lee of the wall, alongside the entrance, out of. .Lee child series: Jack Reacher. Other author's books: The Midnight Line. Where Ellie goes to school. It's split," Billy said. Took Reacher's elbow and pulled him into the lee of the wall, alongside the entrance, out of sight of the foyer. What are you doing here?" he asked. I work here," Reacher said.

But this is Echo," Reacher said. There are a hundred and fifty people in Echo County.

Jack Reacher is a fictional protagonist of a series of novels, novellas and short stories by British author Jim Grant under the pen name Lee Child. A former major in the United States Army Military Police Corps, Reacher roams the United States taking odd jobs and investigating suspicious and frequently dangerous situations. The Reacher novels are written either in the first-person or third-person. The schedule for the Reacher series is one-per-year, except for 2010 when two were published

The first book in Lee Child’s series, Killing Floor, is so good it seems a shame not to start there, but this is a series you can dip into at different stages . Jack Reacher, adrift in the hellish heat of a Texas summer. Looking for a lift through the vast empty landscape.

The first book in Lee Child’s series, Killing Floor, is so good it seems a shame not to start there, but this is a series you can dip into at different stages because there’s always one constant – our hero himself. Jack Reacher jumps off a bus and walks fourteen miles down a country road into Margrave, Georgia.

24 primary works, 38 total works. Jack Reacher is a drifter and ex-military policeman. Each book in the series is a self-contained story, and the plot of each book relies very little on the prior books in the series. Book 1. Killing Floor. Ex-military policeman Jack Reacher is a drifter.

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Слушайте Echo Burning (автор: Lee Child, Dick Hill) бесплатно 30 дней в течении пробного периода. Thumbing across the scorched west Texas desert, loner Jack Reacher has nowhere to go, and all the time in the world to get there

Слушайте Echo Burning (автор: Lee Child, Dick Hill) бесплатно 30 дней в течении пробного периода. Слушайте аудиокниги без ограничений в веб-браузере или на устройствах iPad, iPhone и Android. Thumbing across the scorched west Texas desert, loner Jack Reacher has nowhere to go, and all the time in the world to get there. Cruising the same stretch of two-lane blacktop is pretty Carmen Greer. But for Reacher, the lift comes with a hitch.

Echo Burning (Jack Reacher Lee Child. Year Published: 2001. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading. Without Fail (Jack Reacher Lee Child. Year Published: 2002.

Jack Reacher finds trouble in Texas in the fifth novel in Lee Child’s New York Times bestselling series. Thumbing across the scorched Texas desert, Jack Reacher has nowhere to go and all the time in the world to get there. Cruising the same stretch of two-lane blacktop is Carmen Greer.

“The best thriller writer of the moment.” — The New York Times “Child is a master of the thriller genre.” — Times Union (Albany, NY) “All [Jack Reacher novels] are ripping yarns.” — Stephen King, Entertainment Weekly Thumbing across the scorched Texas desert, Jack Reacher has nowhere to go and all the time in the world to get there. Cruising the same stretch of two-lane blacktop is Carmen Greer. For Reacher, the lift comes with a hitch. Carmen’s got a story to tell, and it’s a wild one — all about her husband, her family secrets, and a hometown that’s purely gothic. She’s also got a plan. Reacher’s part of it. And before the sun sets, this ride could cost them both their lives. “As sweltering as the El Paso sun… Bottom line: jalapeño-hot suspense.” — People “[A] seamless, rip-roaring thriller.” — Rocky Mountain News “Child…build[s] the suspense to almost unbearable levels.” — St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Ddilonyne
Reviews are funny. I often read negative reviews and think, "what was this guy expecting?'". After you've read a few of Lee Child's Jack Reached novels, you begin to know what to expect. The man gets out of a bus or a car that picked him up hitchhiking in some remote spot in the midwest or the South, and immediately stumbles into some major crime or conspiracy. There is a vulnerable girl involved, and he has to help her. I've come to like the dialog, the banter. Reacher is a master of facts, as if he memorized the almanac or Wikipedia. And he always kills the bad guy in the end. Personally, I enjoy these stories and Tom Cruise's excellent interpretation on the big screen. Keep them coming...it'll be a sad day when I 've read the last Jack Reacher book!
Xangeo
This is my least favorite Reacher story. I totally disliked the heroine, Carmen...a tacky, tacky piece of work. I should have felt some sympathy for her, but I never did. I was surprised, shocked actually, that Reacher did. Carmen's plotting was so bizarre that it was laughable. Really. The main plot that wasn't evident until fairly late on the book was just as bad. The author, as usual, got the roads right, as I remember them, and the general topography. And the heat. He described that beautifully and accurately. But, he got most other things about Texas wrong. However, the end was pretty satisfying, which is why I gave this 3 stars instead of 2. If you're a Texan, I think you will hate this book, so beware. If you're from the north and have preconceived notions about Texas, you'll probably enjoy it.

Whatever..
Water
Skip it! It is not like the other books. I actually gave up on it, which I didn't think would happen with a Reacher boook. Reacher is basically on a giant farm in the middle of nowhere. Why is he there you ask? Oh, because some frantic and paranoid woman wants him to kill her husband because he's abusive. The pacing is unusually slow for Lee Child. The side characters are stereotypical rednecks.

The book starts off with Reacher in a bar, he hits a guy he didn't know was a cop. Then, he wants to get out of dodge to not be holed up in a cell. That's a much more interesting premise than what the book is actually about.
Invissibale
Let me start by saying I am a HUGE Jack Reacher/Lee Child fan and have been avidly working my way through the entire series from beginning to end. That said, I found this particular book to be far below the usual standards and struggled to get through it. By the end I was skimming through long sections of the book just so I could reach the end, which is extremely unusual for me.

So why didn't I like it? A few reasons: First, I found the plot to be extremely simplistic compared to what I am used to from Lee Child. There is really no depth at all to the plot, it is about as shallow a story as you can have and still claim to have a plot. No twists and turns, no in-depth backstory that drove the actions of the characters and nothing original at all. Same goes for the characters, they had about as much depth as a kiddie pool and really added nothing to the story at all. Lastly, for some odd reason even the Jack Reacher character seemed phoned in. Normally I enjoy the various quirks and oddities that make Jack unique, and Lee certainly tried hard to bring in more of these in this book, however they seemed really forced and frankly boring additions to the character that is Jack Reacher.

Bottom line, I felt this book read like a book that was an after-thought, as if this was the third installment on a 3 book contract and he used up all his time on the first 2. It will help pass the time on an airplane but is no where near the quality of the other Jack Reacher books I have read so far. Hopefully this is just an anomaly and not a sign of what I can expect in the ensuing books or I will be extremely disappointed.
Oparae
Accidentally read this twice, having bought it in 2012. Well worth it.
Again, Lee Child writes with such thought; in other words Reacher is thinking all the time and he works it all out so much in his mind; and we think with him.
This is truly the main pleasure of Lee Child's Reacher books. He writes so cleverly that he leads one to believe that his Reacher books are chock block full of action. In fact that there is actually a lot less action than you think.
I read this book with all the enjoyment I usually experience with his books. Towards the end you will find some moments that might make you laugh, they did so with me anyway. Such amusing irony.
I have read a swag of classic literature; British, French, Russian and American. I have to state my belief that Lee Child is actually an exceedingly 'good' writer. Because how many writers; basically about one story, one character; have you come across that are still great after so many books?
I'm so sorry that it was number 17 and I have only three or four left. I will miss them.
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