» » Gone Tomorrow (Jack Reacher, No. 13)

ePub Gone Tomorrow (Jack Reacher, No. 13) download

by Lee Child

ePub Gone Tomorrow (Jack Reacher, No. 13) download
Lee Child
Delacorte Press; 1st edition (May 19, 2009)
Thrillers & Suspense
ePub file:
1949 kb
Fb2 file:
1790 kb
Other formats:
txt doc lrf mbr

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook.

Suicide bombers are easy to spot. Gone Tomorrow, the 13th book in Lee Child's Jack Reacher Series - Jack Reacher, maverick, loner, a nomad who drifts from town to town and who lives by his own rules and regulations is back. Suicide bombers are easy to spot. They give out all sorts of telltale signs.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Gone Tomorrow (Jack Reacher, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Jack Reacher: Gone Tomorrow 13. .

Home Lee Child Gone Tomorrow. Part of Jack Reacher series by Lee Child. No room to open it, and no chance of finding the red button by feel alone. Too suspicious to take it out and turn it off in full view of everyone. Lila Hoth hit nine for a line and dialled.

Jack Reacher - 13 ). Lee Child. A subway car heading uptown. Jack Reacher, plus five other passengers. your worst enemy in the eye. ONE.

Download books for free. Jack Reacher 13 Gone Tomorrow. Download (epub, . 7 Mb). FB2 PDF MOBI TXT RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

Jack Reacher studies his fellow passengers. Four are O. he fifth isn't. The train brakes for Grand Central Station.

Suicide bombers are easy to spot. Jack Reacher walks alone. Once a go-to hard man in the US military police, now he’s a drifter of no fixed abode

Suicide bombers are easy to spot. They give out all kinds of tell-tale signs. Once a go-to hard man in the US military police, now he’s a drifter of no fixed abode. But the army tracks him down. Because someone has taken a long-range shot at the French president.

Jack Reacher is a fictional protagonist of a series of novels, novellas and short stories by British author Jim Grant under the pen name Lee Child. A former major in the United States Army Military Police Corps, Reacher roams the United States taking odd jobs and investigating suspicious and frequently dangerous situations. The Reacher novels are written either in the first-person or third-person. The schedule for the Reacher series is one-per-year, except for 2010 when two were published

A Jack Reacher Novel.
  • There’s less of a human angle than in some Jack Reacher stories. Reacher witnesses a suicide and wants to figure out why, particularly after multiple shadowy forces go after him to find out what happened at the scene.

    Most of the book takes place in New York, although Reacher in his usual doesn’t-sleep-much fashion goes to Washington and North Carolina searching for the truth. Pulled into things are an ambitious war-hero politician whose service record suddenly becomes a liability; a Pentagon records clerk; a formidable mother-daughter pair; and an ethically-upright NYPD detective.

    Spoiler alert: don’t read past here if you haven’t already read the book.

    I found the ending flawed. Detective Theresa Lee opines, and it then transpires that, the data file once found would be deemed damaged and unreadable by the government. It’s unclear if she means through incompetence, or if dark forces want it written off when in fact it’s still good. Child never clears that up. I also would have liked to hear the Hoths’ real name and background, although you can argue Reacher probably wouldn’t have learned this. He’s out of his hospital bed and gone within a day or two.

    Reacher gets his obligatory roll in the hay here with Lee towards the end. Child seems to spoof this by making it sudden, out-of-place and inconsequential. He tries to write it as Lee looking, humorously, for some way that Reacher will “take” without her consent the guns and ammo she’s not supposed to be supplying him with, but the joke never really flies.

    I also thought unlikely Lila and Svetlana deciding to kill him through a baroque knife-fight scenario. They may be into sadistic killing, but they’re also pros, as every move they’ve previously made shows, and their mission here would weigh against that. They might need to torture him to get information about the memory stick from him, but they don’t need to give him an opening to escape.

    Browning/Springfield’s chiding him at the end for shooting 3-bullet bursts instead of single shots when ammunition was scarce, was well taken. Reacher doesn’t make this kind of mistake. So why did he make it here? I know Child needed to set up the one-bullet-left, out-of-ammo situation at the end, and didn’t need Reacher to have to kill 29 terrorists to get it, but there has to have been another way.

    Still, I love these books. Five stars.

  • Vintage Lee Child and Jack Reacher. The reader gets a two for one deal with this and all Jack Reacher books. You get the fast paced can't put it down writing style of Lee Child. I think most of us who are Jack fans are so wrapped up in his adventures that we often overlook the great writing that Lee Child uses to bring it all to life. No other author I've ever read sucks me in so quickly and puts me in a "can't put it down" mode for days. It's like going into another dimension. And of course, our hero, Jack Reacher who never fails to be true to his character and is the underdog's hero and the bully's worse nightmare. Keep on keeping on Lee Child!

  • I enjoyed this book quite a lot for quite a bit of it. The premise was good, it unraveled logically, and was full of action. It did start to bog down a bit in the latter half, but picked up again near the end. Here is my problem. There is a fatal flaw in the logic of the story right at the end. Spoiler alert. When Susan Marks is caught in traffic, she calls the baddies and tells them that she is on the way and will be late. The baddies decide that she is lying and isn't coming and kill her son and let her know that. That is what causes her to be on the subway later so that she can exact revenge. The problem is that Susan was being followed by one of the baddies the whole time, who likewise was caught in the traffic jam and knew that she was powerless to get there by midnight. These people had cell phones galore. Why not a simple call to check if she really was on the way? There was nothing magical about midnight. They were just waiting for her to deliver a memory stick. That could have happened at 2 am.

  • Reacher has a list in his head based on Israeli intelligence which has steps for men and women that help identify suicide bombers. Sitting just a few seats from Reacher is a woman displaying each & every one of the indicators. So, Reacher stands up in front of her hoping to talk her out of her plan to blow up the train. Finally Reacher gets her to show him both hands & when her right hand comes out of her oversized bag, she is holding a big old magnum. Reacher thinks she is going to kill him for some reason, but instead , puts the gun under her own chin & blows the top of her own head off. Reacher thinks it is a simple suicide, but when the cops show up, things get seriously sideways very quickly. This is a GREAT STORY!

  • As I always say, I’m probably not the typical reader, so take this review with a grain of salt. In my opinion it goes extremely slow. Spends lots of time in things that were not important at all.

    Also, there is a description of a killing that is very gross. Disappointed about that.

    My favorite parts are when Reacher outsmarts his enemies. There’s very little of that in this book.

    All that said, the book turned interesting towards the end. Overall a 3 stars only

  • I love this series and have reread it a few times. I suppose we all have our favorite books, this is one of mine. Not sure why, liked the 81 Hours a lot too. I could probably name others as well, I guess maybe it depends on my mood when I read the book on whether it sticks with me. Gotta love Reacher! Not a Tom Cruise fan, can't figure out if they just took a top star to make money or what but there are plenty of actors that would have been a better choice. The industry chose a better Mitch Rapp for American Assassin than they did with Reacher. Would be nice if they changed from Cruise. But the books? They are wonderful!