The brand-new Jack Reacher short story, published as an audio exclusive.
The tiny town of Naismith has nothing going for it - except the start of a wilderness trail through Maine's ancient forests. But one day the trail is suddenly closed by county police.
No reason is given. Rumours start - is there something in the woods that no one must see? That no one must even know about? Then Jack Reacher drifts into town. What does he make of the Do Not Enter tape strung between the trees?
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the reader thought he was playing Clint Eastwood, the story was way below the standard I expect from Lee Child, and so short, I paid the same as a 12hr book!
By Lee Child's standards this is a very short story but intriguing nonetheless.
Reacher is his usual mysterious self, breaking the rules where necessary, and using a Sherlock Holmes-like sense of justice when needed.
I can't say too much without becoming a "Spoiler" but the story leaves one thinking about the suggestions it contains.
Kerry Shale reads the Reacher books when they are presented in an abridged format and it would be nice to hear his gravelly voice in a full length story.
Another good short story, at least short stories are quick and straight to the point. An entertaining little story that was good to listen to. Recommended and enjoyable
Fairly implausible storyline that takes its time getting there and is all too suddenly over and gone leaving me feel slightly cheated.
Late 50s child, turbulent youth moved from naïve anarchist/socialist to free-market capitalist - but idealism is troubled by human nature.
An entertaining short story; same Reacher in a different style. Not long enough to meet a law enforcement lady for a fling.
I like walking in the rain, listening to good books and dogs. Rather a perfect match as I own a Labrador called Jiff who likes the same!
Absolutely, it is a brilliant book that includes the best features of Jack Reacher, the no nonsense muscle man of justice and fairness. He is like Judge Dredd but without the restraint.
He is like an uncompromising James Bond, so the nearest Bond book in similarity would probably be live and let die, it is a taught thriller with action sequences in the right places, just like Bond.
Kerry Shale is the perfect hard guy impersonation of Reacher that I know. I know if it is a Shale book it will be exciting and emotive.
Afraid to go into the woods? You should be!
Just a great book and what I have come to expect from Lee Child
"NOT A THRILL"
Yes. A great author hero and performer.
It was boring and lacked action and drama.The first Lee Child book that has disappointed me.
The Performer tried to make something of a pot-boiler.
If I was Lee Child I would not have published this book.
I am sorry to be negative as I am a great admirer of Lee Child.
"not worthwhile listening to"
didn't like the story or the narrator. feels like i wasted 1 hour. first time ever with a Reacher story
"Lee: Please stop writing short stories!"
someone who has never read a Reacher book
Not to write it at al
Too husky, and turned Reacher into a caricature
yes, yes and yes
Lee, please do NOT write any more Reacher short stories. They only lead to alienating your long term fans.
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