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The Sentinel: (Jack Reacher 25) af Lee Child
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The Sentinel: (Jack Reacher 25) (udgave 2021)

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Serier: Jack Reacher (25)

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Medlem:Lorentz
Titel:The Sentinel: (Jack Reacher 25)
Forfattere:Lee Child (Forfatter)
Info:Corgi (2021), Edition: 01, 464 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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A Reacher with all the usual ingredients, but also incorporating some contemporary themes, such as election fraud and ransomware. As usual, trouble follows Reacher when he arrives in a small Tennessee town and he finds someone who needs his help, but doesn't realise it! ( )
  edwardsgt | Aug 2, 2021 |
Once again, Jack Reacher reins over all--calmly and cooly. He takes on Nazis and Russians in this thriller. ( )
  FDKreader | Jul 12, 2021 |
The good news is that this book is way better than Blue Moon. After a relatively irrelevant introductory scene where Jack helps a band get paid for a gig in a Nashville bar, he catches a ride to a small town where the municipal technology systems engineer has become a pariah after a ransomware attack. Jack rescues him from a kidnapping attempt by parties unknown, mangling a couple of people, which angers the local police. Always a champion for the little guy, Jack naturally protects the techie, finding out that he has developed some useful coding. But, there is further skullduggery in town, linked to a death by torture of a journalist and some deep secret buried in the town's computer archives. Discovering the identity and motive for the bad guys is a chore, but kind of Jack's forte. 2.5 stars, rounded up. ( )
  skipstern | Jul 11, 2021 |
ransomware, voting integrity (Andrew must be up on electronics)
  18cran | Jul 4, 2021 |
Simultaneously both better an worse than many of the recent Reacher novels - you can tell it's been jointly written by his brother, because none of it actually feels like Lee Child's writing, but at the same time it does very well at harking back to the earliest Reacher stories and picking out his mannerisms that have dropped away lately, and that make him a more rounded character.

Jack rolls into town and stumbles upon an unsuspecting IT guy about to kidnapped, so despite missing his cup of coffee he intervenes. The rest pretty much follows the standard pattern, there's pretty female FBI officer, various assorted foreign toughs, a few bosses trying to be clever, and Jack relying on instinct and hitting things. In many places it still feels forced with the addition of old habits like the singing songs in his head etc, or being afraid of enclosed spaces. I do wonder if the brother has read any of the later books at all before embarking on this project. It claims in an extended interview in the back that Lee co-wrote it, but I think perhaps is more directed than wrote as few of the passages have his deft touch.

The plot is good if cliched with the old favourites Nazi and Russian opponents rather than gangs, but somehow the writing isn't quite up to scratch. Apparently the next is mostly written already, again as a join effort. ( )
  reading_fox | Jun 30, 2021 |
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