The Midnight Line (Jack Reacher Series #22)

The Midnight Line (Jack Reacher Series #22)

by Lee Child
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The Midnight Line 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 145 reviews.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I loved this book, it was Reacher in military mode like the early books, I wish the ‘government’ would sometimes use him in that capacity more often.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Not the best Jack Reacher but still a good read.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I have read every Reacher novel, novella, and short story. In my opinion, this one falls about in the middle of the pack. A good plot with decent supporting characters, but very light on the action.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Reacher does what he does best. Pick up a lead and follow it to a satisfying conclusion. Lee Child has been and will be my go to author. .
Anonymous 6 months ago
No personel connection . No Reacher history.
Anonymous 6 months ago
A very good Veteran's Day weekend read!
Anonymous 22 days ago
Boooorrrring. Child's books just get worse.
Anonymous 29 days ago
If this was my first Jack Riecher book, it would have been my last. The only reason I finished it, I thought it would get better, it didn't.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Once again, Lee Child absorbed me for several hours in this newest Jack Reacher thriller. Taut, tension-filled and topical. Lee Child ALWAYS delivers. Great read!
Anonymous 3 months ago
Garbage
Anonymous 4 months ago
How boring can you make a book, well Lee has managed with this Reacher tale. More description of fight moves and Jacks turkey sized fists. Jack should fade into the sunset permanently.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Overall a disappointing book. Way too much explanation of his first fight with group of guys that it was too hard to figure what was happening. Must not be a beer drinker because you get foam on your lip drinking draft beer not bottle. Last two books have been disappointing so I think for me at least, Reacher has driven off in the sunset one last time.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Boring!!!
Anonymous 5 months ago
Lee Child has James Patterson syndrome. Same story, less excitement, similar characters, snore. Rereading Bad Luck & Trouble to remember when Reacher kicked ass and the books were impossible to put down. Don't get me started on the munchkin Tom Cruise's horrific attempts at playing Reacher.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Have read all of his books. I'm a big fan. I even pre-ordered this one. But I believe he has lost his steam. To much dialogugue. I found myself skimming papes, like 30 at a time just to get thru the book. I gave up on page 175, just too boring. Love the character, but something happened four books ago.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I’ve read all the JR books and short stories. I’ve liked them all, some more than others, some less than others. I like the JR character. In this book, although I figured out the “catch” early, it didn’t hinder the story. And I always like how he’s straight forward and honest about the difficult things while still being able to show compassion when he does. Of course, you always love his “the step over the line” mentality, which seems to balance the scales of justice in this world. Another good JR book. LC has so many series with characters I like, down side is, writing books take to much time! I’m impatient.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Enjoyed the tale.
Anonymous 6 months ago
No spoilers here . I read it in one sitting .enjoyed it .BUT it was a little heavier on emotion and slower on the action than most reacher novels
Anonymous 3 days ago
Ok but wish reacher had more action
Anonymous 6 days ago
Smacks of thorough research of a crippling topic that we have to face and find solutions.
Anonymous 6 days ago
The best Reacher story yet!
Anonymous 6 days ago
Reacher's personality shines brightly. Reminds me of earlier episodes!
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Anonymous 8 days ago
What happened to Nakamura?
Anonymous 8 days ago
Super story. Brought out the reality of veterans facing horrible issues due to injuries while in combat.