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Best selling crime novelist Lee Child joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios to discuss his work, his writing, his latest book Night School, and his thoughts on Tom Cruise as his famous protagonist.

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This was interesting and it was nice to know more of the writer’s process but he comes across as really indifferent in this interview, which can be a bit off putting.

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Such a disappointment

Oh dear! Found Lee Child's general air of indifference completely fake, as with the majority of his claims. Just sits and writes every book from scratch, off the cuff, with absolutely no pre thought regards storyline /theme? Utter BS! Fortunately I love the character of Reacher too much to allow the authors' arrogance to influence my enjoyment. WTF!? LC

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Great insight

A great insight into the way that Lee Child constructs the Reacher novels. I am also very grateful to learn that Mr Child has no plans to retire Jack or kill him off anytime soon, so I'll always have something to binge listen.
Afterthought; obviously nothing could kill Reacher anyway, but it's reassuring to know none the less.

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short and not in depth enough insight

I wanted more from someone who is a great writer not a biography but more depth to the interview. what makes him tick what makes him a good writer.