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Sentinel: A Jack Reacher Novel af Lee Child
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Sentinel: A Jack Reacher Novel (udgave 2021)

af Lee Child (Forfatter)

Serier: Jack Reacher (25)

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Titel:Sentinel: A Jack Reacher Novel
Forfattere:Lee Child (Forfatter)
Info:Penguin Random House USA (2021)
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Didn't finish, just lost interest.
  ritaer | Dec 1, 2021 |
The Sentinel is a good Jack Reacher story. It keeps its pace from beginning to end. There was not a lot of gore which was a nice change. The electronic recycling business was interesting to learn about. Like the other Reacher stories, there are many breathtaking situations that Jack Reacher finds himself in to which he has to improvise to escape. The Sentinel is a good read and consequently earned four stars in this review. ( )
  lbswiener | Nov 28, 2021 |
So much fun. Rusty Rutherford is a hapless IT guy who gets fired for a situation he didn't create, bringing down all the local servers and affecting the town's infrastructure. When Reacher realizes he is about to be ambushed, he intervenes and saves Rusty. But there's no convincing Rutherford to leave town until further notice, so Reacher stays around. Who exactly is trying to kidnap Rusty? What do they really want? Why does a journalist researching an archives project end up brutally murdered? As always, fun and engaging. Lee Child working with his brother Andrew who is taking over the Reacher series, ends up being a winning combination. ( )
  phoenixcomet | Nov 8, 2021 |
Jack Reacher Aging Out

Is Jack Reacher getting old or is it that the reader has just read the same chasing about and bashing heads once too much? Whichever, Reacher has become a less satisfying retreat from reality with each of his recent outings. Only the most diehard fans will like this one, wherein Reacher lands in a small Tennessee town, where he discovers Russian agents skulking about in an effort to interfere with U.S. elections and neo-Nazis dreaming of those good old Nuremberg rally days.

For this 25th edition of Jack Reacher, Lee Child has brought on his younger novelist brother Andrew Child (née Grant) to lend a hand. As a result, readers will notice a significant change in tone. Under Lee Child alone, especially in the earlier novels, Reacher, as well as the descriptions, jumped off the page in staccato fashion, like machine-gun fire. This tone has always, at least for this reader, been an integral part of the Reacher persona. Sad to say, it has been lost, and, thus, the novel loses one of its great appeals. Reacher is an imposing individual physically, but without his snarky, rapid-fire patter, well, he just seems like the same lovable hunk of deadly beef. Further, the machinations here ring all too familiar; that is, lots of dashing here and there to fill out the requisite 350 pages (readers surely have noticed that all Reacher novels run the same length, give or take a page or two). Fortunately, while Reacher exhibits his same brand of self-righteousness and street justice, at least he is not nearly as cruel as he had become in his last couple of outings.

That all said, this Reacher novel remains better than most of this ilk, so even this disappointment will not stop this reader from picking up Reacher 26, with the hope Jack will by then have given the Childs a good talking to and returned to the tried and true 10-word sentence formula. Those new to Reacher are recommended to start at the beginning of the series. ( )
  write-review | Nov 4, 2021 |
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 |
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