61 Hours

4.33
Jack Reacher is back.
The countdown has begun. Get ready for the most exciting 61 hours of your life.# 1 " New York Times " bestselling author Lee Child 's latest thriller is a ticking time bomb of suspense that builds electric tension on every page.
Sixty-one hours. Not a minute to spare.
A tour bus crashes in a savage snowstorm and lands Jack Reacher in the middle of a deadly confrontation. In nearby Bolton, South Dakota, one brave woman is standing up for justice in a tiny town threatened by sinister forces. If she 's going to live long enough to testify, she 'll need help. Because a killer is coming to Bolton, a coldly proficient assassin who never misses.
Reacher 's original plan was to keep on moving. But the next 61 hours will change nothin. The secrets are deadlier and his enemies are stronger than he could have guessed -- but so is the ma whose life he 'll risk his own to save.
In 61 Hours, Lee Child has written a showdown thriller with an explosive ending that readers will talk about for a ong time to come.
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Published May 18th 2010 by Delacorte Press (first published March 18th 2010
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61 Hours
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383

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Its book# 14 and I think we ’ re way past the point of explaining things in depth.

If you have even a small hing for Reacher books, you ’ ll end up really liking this one!

I have stuck around with this series for quite a while now and this ook has to be one of the best in the series for me personally.Jack Reacher books come in varieties.

I think Reacher is the closest thing I have read to what you can call an Anti-Hero.

Real close.The highlight of this ook, for me, are two things:1.

I think for the third time in this series, Lee Child has ended a book on a cliffhanger!

All his books are self-contained but this time, seems like the poe is in a mind of shaking things up.

ost people find or think Reacher books are slow and repetitive.

I think that ’ s what actually makes them good and true to the portrayal of Jack Reacher.

He is calculative and analyzing till he needs to act on it.This series, for me, is like a guilty read.

I always resort to a Reacher book in times of sorro and times when I feel like I might hit a slump.

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oes Jack Reacher ever brush his teeth? Lee Child goes into a lot of etail about how his hulking protagonist drifts around the United States with literally no possessions -- not even a backpack -- and how he buys a new set of clothes every week and throws away the old set.

He 's not described with one.If Child were more vague about Reacher 's life on the highway, I 'd never even consider these things, but he goes into such detail about Reacher 's clothing-buying habits that he creates a whole new set of questions.He goes into detail about a lot of hings.

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The local police are hard pressed to give the witness around the clock protection.

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If you ’ re a crime-mystery/thriller/suspense fan, then you shouldn ’ t miss out on this series. **This book can be read as a standalone.

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There 's only one reason I ca n't nudge it up to 4 stars, which I 'll explain at the beginnin of the eview ( with plenty of advance warning.) Jack Reacher novels fall into two categories.

And of course, the own has problems only Jack can fix.

STOP READING NOW TO AVOID SPOILERS! **************SPOILERS COMING ... ..The inconclusive ending was frustrating and unsatisfying, so I ca n't go up to four stars.

I do n't mind not knowing everything, but we should at least get to find out how Jack escaped from the blas and see him exiting town with another successful problem taken care of.

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Having said that, this ook did not disappoint and I dare you to read it and find otherwise.) The clock is ticking ... .61 hours….enough time for Reacher to become fully embroiled in another action-packed adventure….you betcha! 61 Hours is Lee Child ’ s latest nove, the 14th for the Jack Reacher series.

The latest setting Reacher finds himself in is a small village in South Dakota.

Fate works in mysterious ways though as it is not unfortunate for the law abiding citizens of the city, now they have Jack Reacher at their fingertips and Andrew Peterson ( town policeman) intends to ask for Reacher ’ s help with a few things.Something big is going on in this tin town.

The clock is ticking….61 hours….will this be enough time for Reacher to be the hero we know he is? I read 61 Hours whilst I was on vacatio in Bali.

As always with Lee Child ’ s boo I am engrossed from the las sentence and if you want to interrupt me whilst I ’ m reading you had better have a really good eason to do so.

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