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The Sentinel: A Jack Reacher Novel af Lee…
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The Sentinel: A Jack Reacher Novel (udgave 2020)

af Lee Child (Forfatter), Andrew Child (Forfatter)

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Titel:The Sentinel: A Jack Reacher Novel
Forfattere:Lee Child (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Andrew Child (Forfatter)
Info:Delacorte Press (2020), 368 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:to-read, Since 2010 on Goodreads

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Following the publication of “Blue Moon,” the twenty-fourth book in the Jack Reacher series, Lee Child announced his intention to pass the series to his brother, Andrew. Given that, I used the occasion to reflect on the entire Jack Reacher series in my review of “Blue Moon.” Number twenty-five in the series, “The Sentinel,” is the first of two (so far) Reacher books authored jointly by the brothers.
Reacher hitches a ride into a “sleepy little town,” and immediately notices a crew moving in to kidnap an unsuspecting man who is ambling down the street. Reacher intervenes, dispatches the five-person crew, and learns that Rusty Rutherford is the recently fired IT manager of Pleasantville, Tennessee. The city is the victim of a ransomware attack and Rusty is the scapegoat. Rusty’s health, if not his life, is in danger, but he refuses to let the ruffians drive him out of town. Reacher decides to play guardian angel for a few days, and he soon learns that the culprits are not after money. Their goal is to prevent the discovery of critical information housed in the city archives.
The lassitude I noted in my review of “Blue Moon” is even more pronounced in “The Sentinel.” The story is pedestrian, and even the multiple instances of Reacher against a gang becomes boring. Number 26 is already out, and I presume the series will struggle on so long as fans continue to buy the books. I’m not sure how long I will stick with it, though. The series is in desperate need of fresh ideas. ( )
  Tatoosh | Jun 22, 2021 |
OK, but may be the last one of this series I read... I have read all of them and they are fun but too formulaic. ( )
  keithostertag | Apr 29, 2021 |
NOt the bight of the usual. bit less biff and a bit more story. ( )
  Brumby18 | Mar 8, 2021 |
Uf, primera escrita a cuatro manos, deja de lado algunos de los tics de Reacher, y creo que pierde anclaje, despues de tantas novelas Jack es Jack y cuando deja de hacer algunas cosas el personaje se desdibuja, la trama insulsa, sobre una serie de programas de computación y espias rusos. Floja ( )
  gneoflavio | Mar 6, 2021 |
Over the span of the Jack Reacher novels I came to a point where I wanted change. I thought Jack was getting a little stale as a character account of the cookie cutter approach of the novels. I always wondered why Jack didn't grow/mature as a character. That question was answered by Child himself when I had a chance to hear him speak in person and was asked that very question. His answer was that Jack wasn't going to change because he, Child, was writing for the avid readers who followed Reacher's cause and had definite expectations. I accepted that at the time but was intrigued when I read his newest book was going to be a joint venture with his brother and Reacher's character would reflect some changes moving forward. The problem, however, is that this novel is like a time-tested recipe where the cook altered some of the ingredients without thinking about the final product. All, or most of the ingredients of the previous Reacher novels are present in some form or fashion in the Sentinel; however, it's like the cook, or in this case the writers, forgot to mix them in the right proportion to produce a product that was still appetizing to the reader. The plot wanders aimlessly through a series of "Reacher" confrontations loosely driven by any number of nefarious bad guys ranging from Russians to Nazis ... somewhat explained but never really developed in terms the underlying issues faced by Rutherford's character. I struggled to get through this one. There simply was nothing that compelled me as a reader to take a stake in what was going on. Sadly, if more attention had been taken to flesh out the narrative with Reacher's character as the driving force it always has been this novel could have knocked it out of the park. ( )
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