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  • Title: Nunca Voltes Atrás
  • Author: Lee Child
  • ISBN: 9789722530422
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Paperback
  • Na sequ ncia de uma viagem pica e com interrup es pelo caminho desde as neves do Dakota do Sul, Jack Reacher chega finalmente Virginia O seu destino um edif cio de pedra que fica a curta dist ncia de Washington D.C a sede da sua antiga unidade, o MP 110 Foi o mais parecido com um lar que alguma vez teve Porqu Quer encontrar se com a nova respons vel pela unidNa sequ ncia de uma viagem pica e com interrup es pelo caminho desde as neves do Dakota do Sul, Jack Reacher chega finalmente Virginia O seu destino um edif cio de pedra que fica a curta dist ncia de Washington D.C a sede da sua antiga unidade, o MP 110 Foi o mais parecido com um lar que alguma vez teve Porqu Quer encontrar se com a nova respons vel pela unidade, Susan Turner Gostou da voz dela ao telefone Mas o oficial que est atr s da antiga secret ria de Reacher n o uma mulher Porque n o est Susan Turner ali Aquilo de que Reacher n o est espera o que se segue Ele pr prio est metido num grande sarilho, acusado de um homic dio com uma hist ria de dezasseis anos.Ir arrepender se de ter voltado Ou ser que outra pessoa se ir arrepender
    Nunca Voltes Atr s Na sequ ncia de uma viagem pica e com interrup es pelo caminho desde as neves do Dakota do Sul Jack Reacher chega finalmente Virginia O seu destino um edif cio de pedra que fica a curta dist ncia de

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    1. Where is Jack Reacher Who is this imposter I am a huge Lee Child Jack Reacher fan, and have been reading these books for years, but it has got to the point where I say that this could very well be my last Jack Reacher purchase It pains me to say this, as these books have been the highlight of my reading calender for a long time.There were a few times when I seriously considered not finishing the book, but this is Lee Child and Reacher, surely it can only get better No, the writing was consistent [...]

    2. Book ReviewJack Reacher is back, in this, the 18th in the series Like all the others I read this in one or two sittings in spite of the fact that some parts did not involve as much action as we have come to expect from this series Lee Child s skill in causing one to turn the page is really quite excellent Completing the book I took a look around GR and touched base with some fellow fans of this series Although I was going to give this book a 4 star rating, reading their reviews caused me to halt [...]

    3. I tried my hardest to finish this book before the movie came out, but I was a couple weeks too late Actually it could be closer to a month by now I kept putting it down as it just didn t hold my interest Couldn t get into it.I hope I enjoy the movie than I did the book To me it was the same old Jack Reacher, saving the world and finding a little love along the way, only to move onto the next town and do it all over again.I still enjoy the series and will keep reading it I am too far into it to [...]

    4. While traveling through South Dakota in 61 Hours, ex military cop Jack Reacher had occasion to call in to his old office in Washington, D.C, the headquarters of the 110th MP Reacher once commanded the unit but it now belongs to Major Susan Turner Reacher decided that Turner had a very nice voice and, on the strength of that impression, he has slowly been making his way in the direction of D.C in the hope that she will go out to dinner with him.As this book opens, he finally arrives only to disco [...]

    5. Cards on the table I like Reacher, always have, but I might be getting a bit tired of reading the same story.I settled in to read the latest offering and at first it was like meeting up with an old friend, it prompted a smile of anticipation as I turned the first page albeit electronically these days I like the routine stuff the coffee drinking, the luggage load of a toothbrush and nothing , the alarm clock in his head and all the rest I like the clinically linear way the stories are told Even w [...]

    6. More like a 3.5 for me Much better than the last offering, this is classic Reacher However, after 17 of these books, I was hoping for a bit of evolvement in Reacher s character or life position There were glimmers of hope, but in the end we re still left with Reacher on his own, kicking ass and righting all the world s wrongs I love Reacher, but I have to admit that I m getting just a little bit bored And, not having written a review since A Wanted Man , which came out after the casting of the R [...]

    7. There is such a purity in Child s formula, I can t resist it All variations on a primal theme of one man against a Goliath of corrupt forces A haiku of nouns and verbs, of chase and run, the reading of tea leaves like ripples that point to the track of sharks Brave confrontations with desperados without even a butter knife In this one our ex military policeman hero Reacher breaks the mold by teaming with a twin, the new female chief of his former MP unit Child whets us with small glimpses of the [...]

    8. This Jack Reacher novel continues the series of deceptively simple, well conceived and crafted, and satisfying novels Reacher is a bit mature at times but always ahead of the story curve The plot is timely, and the story is driven by ethical dilemmas faced by Reacher as a result of his past.I try to anticipate the ending in as much detail as practical, but Never Go Back was a challenge in this regard Never Go Back is a worthwhile read, even for a new Reacher fan.

    9. Never Go Back Reacher 18 Lee Child I won an advance copy from first reads.WOW First Reacher novel Ever and certainly will not be my last Lee Child did a great job with making it a stand alone novel, but sometimes throughout the book I thought it would have been a little helpful to read the past books and have a back story But with that said I was still able to follow on and enjoy this novel In this novel Jack Reacher goes to Virginia to Meet Major Susan Turner who had intrigued him only to find [...]

    10. There s not much I can say here If you re a Jack Reacher fan, get this book.If you re not yet, then do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of Killing Floor the first Jack Reacher book Once you ve fallen in love with Reacher, rejoice in the fact that there are 17 novels to get absorbed and lost in.This book was a great way to lose than half of a Saturday People always ask the same stupid question at work on Monday mornings How was your weekend As if anyone really gives a f how anyone s weekend [...]

    11. One of the characters in the 18th Jack Reacher book, an army MP major like Reacher sums Reacher up economically It s like you ve been sanded down to nothing but yes and no, and you and them, and black and white, and live or die 176 177 There s a lot in this book to support that view, but, as usual, there s a few moments that make it clear that Reacher isn t really feral, as the other major characterizes him WHat happens to a scared young waitress matters, just as what Reacher admires in a young [...]

    12. If you like the Reacher series, this one will suit you fine Fast paced, engrossing, packed with action and even a few tender moments A note on Child s technique the chapters roll forward, with the next one always picking up where the previous one left off The story rushes forward and never misses a beat Maybe that s why so many readers including me report reading a 500 page book in two nights.I would not, however, recommend this as the first Reacher you should read, since there is a history to t [...]

    13. Jack Reacher is back and don t worry folks he s back with his usual swagger, confidence and his remarkable ability to get things done, completely on his own terms and in his own time of course Never Go Back is another rip roaring adventure with arguably the most iconic action hero of the modern literary world Who wouldn t want to be in his shoes Yet again he takes no prisoners and his no nonsense approach is refreshing, one can never get enough of The Reacher Although we come across a little vio [...]

    14. Bob Dylan said, You can always go back, but you can t go back all the way.I think even the title, Never Go Back is a clue to Reacher 2014.I found out about Jack Reacher late, so I didn t have to wait for annual installments until about 5 books ago.I really liked who and what he was, and thought Lee Child was a good purveyor of this huge ex Marine MP drifter, good guy, Jack Reacher The books do not have to be read in order, but I was fortunate to read him as he grew.And, then, Tom Cruise got a no [...]

    15. This is good Reacher, almost as good as the first few If you are new to the series read them in order, but if this one is somehow on your list first it does stand on its own He returns to his old HQ near Arlington Cemetery to see the new CO, because she is a woman whose voice he liked on the phone He finds she is in confinement awaiting trial on nebulous charges Then the Army begins prosecuting him for a murder that happened sixteen years ago He breaks them both out of jail and the bulk of the s [...]

    16. So the 2013 Reacher book is finally out Disclaimer I am a Jack Reacher Fan Bitch So what are the good things which you can look forward to Reacher fighting men with both his hands behind his back , Reacher disabling 2 of his trackers inside a passenger cabin of a commercial airline and no one noticing and Reacher telling you how West Virginia is basically one big ATM that s all there and much In short this book is as Reacheresque as it can be.This is Classic Reacher in my opinion a lot of make [...]

    17. Never Go Back A Jack Reacher novel by Lee ChildI hate to say it but after 18 books, Reacher is starting to suffer from the Spenser Syndrome a great character that is becoming redundant Robert B Parker s Spenser novels were phenomenal books until about 14 then trouble seeps in And the Spenser s main squeeze, Susan Silverman, is involved in the story, the worse it is Same with Child Reacher is one of the most interesting characters but over the last few novels, particularly with the recent stand [...]

    18. Never Go Back gets 3 Stars A better book than his last one but I have to agree with another reviewer Reacher is starting to get a little boring He really doesn t change with the passage of time This story revolves around his return to his 110th MP command, now led by another Majortely better looking than him but just as tough minded The plot is not as good as some of his other work, involving a conspiracy of individuals at the highest levels of the Pentagon and in Afghanistan Reacher is just as [...]

    19. Long on logistical detail and elaborate planning monologues and short on the action required to move the plot along expeditiously can be attributed to Reacher s new adventure Unfortunately, Lee Child s initially winning formula has become somewhat tedious and been there, done that I will of course, continue to purchase and read every new, annually published Reacher book and hope for the best.

    20. First Read May 2015 Decent Reread September 2016BetterRead July 2017 Dick Hill audio book I love the Jack Reacher books

    21. Normally, I like the Jack Reacher books I liked Never Go Back but this one didn t seem to have the entertainment quality as some of the other books that I have read.There are a number of things in the book that just bugged me The phrase fifty fifty being one of them I thought it was over used Another thing that annoyed me is how contrived the story was set up Reacher having been out of the service for years is magically reinstated The so called trumped up criminal charges brought up on Reacher W [...]

    22. If you re reading this review, you re likely a fan of Lee Child s Jack Reacher series and trying to decide whether to pre order Never Go Back I recently read that Lee Child and Rick Riordan top the pre order list for Fall 2013 and since I tend to pre order Lee Child s novels, I should say that this latest one is definitely worth getting as soon as possible.Never Go Back continues the story that began with 61 Hours, The Affair, and A Wanted Man Reacher s last conflict introduced him to the curren [...]

    23. Jack Reacher had travelled from South Dakota to Virginia on a whim he liked the sound of Major Susan Turner s voice when he spoke to her on the phone, so that was reason enough to travel across the country to ask her out to dinner in his mind Major Turner was the Commanding Officer of his old unit, the 110th, so it was like coming home to him He had never met Turner, but he was about to change that.But the instant Reacher entered his old office and discovered she wasn t at the desk, his instinct [...]

    24. I love the Jack Reacher books This is classic Lee Child Reacher has hitchhiked his way from South Dakota to the headquarters of his old unit, the 110th MP, to meet the new commanding officer, Major Susan Turner because he thought she had a nice voice on the phone He finds that she s been arrested and finds himself back in uniform and charges with a decades old murder and His new CO wants him to go AWOL and Reacher is determined to get to the bottom of things and to help Susan Turner As usual, I [...]

    25. I keep coming back to this series in the same way, and for the same reason, that I devour Agatha Christie You know that things will follow a certain thread Reacher will be clever in an adding it up way, he ll beat up some guys who deserve it, he ll collaborate with an attractive woman, and when he ties it all together, his future fate is an open book And while the plots and their secondary characters change, Reacher s a steady, almost calming presence Sure, Child s not reinventing the world here [...]

    26. The first ninety percent of this book is one of the best Reacher books the last ten percent is only so so but that makes for a thriller better than most Glad to see Reacher probe his capacity for committed relationships Would have liked to see threatening villains and close calls.

    27. So, I m really starting to feel sorry for Jack Reacher now I never thought pity would be an emotion I would ever feel for him sadness, maybe, because here s a guy who literally has no one in his life that he can call family or even friend His nomadic lifestyle requires it.Living a life without lasting connections of any sort is a sad existence, but it s understandable in Reacher He s chosen it, and he likes it.Until several books ago, when he meets a voice on a phone Her name is Susan, and she i [...]

    28. Not the best Reacher but still an easy page turner The last couple of novels have pointed Reacher in the direction of the female Major who has taken over his old unit he likes the sound of her voice Finally he arrives only to find she has been replaced, he is pulled back into the military and his past seems to be catching up with him Maybe.So classic Reacher as he out smarts the bad guys and roots out the conspiracy at the heart of all his troubles And on the journey we get many classic Reacher [...]

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