The Midnight Line (Jack Reacher Series #22)

The Midnight Line (Jack Reacher Series #22)

by Lee Child
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The Midnight Line 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 60 reviews.
Anonymous 15 days ago
I loved this book, it was Reacher in military mode like the early books, I wish the ‘government’ would sometimes use him in that capacity more often.
Anonymous 14 days ago
Reacher does what he does best. Pick up a lead and follow it to a satisfying conclusion. Lee Child has been and will be my go to author. .
Anonymous 11 days ago
Not the best Jack Reacher but still a good read.
Anonymous 13 days ago
I have read every Reacher novel, novella, and short story. In my opinion, this one falls about in the middle of the pack. A good plot with decent supporting characters, but very light on the action.
Anonymous 16 days ago
A very good Veteran's Day weekend read!
Anonymous 11 days ago
No personel connection . No Reacher history.
Anonymous 14 days ago
A very good read!
Anonymous 15 days ago
Enjoyed the tale.
Anonymous 15 days ago
No spoilers here . I read it in one sitting .enjoyed it .BUT it was a little heavier on emotion and slower on the action than most reacher novels
Anonymous 9 hours ago
Finally Jack Reached is Reached again. I can see the 6'5" army major in this story instead of wannabe munchkin. A great read.
Anonymous 11 hours ago
Flat plot. Trying too hard to be current and left out the page turner value we expect of a Reach novel. At least with the heavy reminder of Reachers size there is no chance Tom Cruiz will get the role........what a major mistake that was!
Anonymous 11 hours ago
I enjoyed that the story was relevant to the times, and the epidemic facing the country. Plus, I loved the way Reached dealt with the bad guy...very IMAGINATIVE. I can't wait for the next book!
Anonymous 1 days ago
Another one out of the park! I’m addicted to REACHER! Can’t wait for the next one!
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Anonymous 2 days ago
Outstanding! The storyline flows like you’re standing there watching the whole scene play out. Very descriptive with great characters backgrounds. These is honor in even the worst of times. Can’t wait for the next episode.
Anonymous 2 days ago
Another adventure with our old friend, Jack Reacher. Very timely and compassionate.
auditor2 2 days ago
I am a reader of all things in the thriller category and the Jack Reacher books fall into that category. I really liked this installment. It addresses the world of what we know as prescription drugs and it starts in a pawn show in Wisconsin and moves west. The deeper Reacher digs to find the owner of a West Point class ring and the more he learns, the more dangerous the terrain becomes. Turns out the ring was just a small link in a far darker chain. Powerful forces are guarding a vast criminal enterprise. Some lines should never be crossed. But then, neither should Reacher. One thing I liked was that Reacher teamed up with not one but two people so he wasn’t a loner this time. And I liked the interaction among them. And having recently driven to Rapid City, I coul visualize the settings in both the city and the Wyoming countryside. So I was connected. If I have any criticism of the book, it would be the conclusion. I suppose I wanted the bad guys to suffer more. But realistically that does not always happen. But I did like the twist and that was worth it. Altogether a great read. I received a copy of the book from NetGalley in exchange for my review which is my own.
Anonymous 5 days ago
A good read, but not one of Lee’s best. It was however a quick moving story. Not much physical doing this book for Jack.
Anonymous 5 days ago
COMING SOON
Anonymous 5 days ago
Anonymous 5 days ago
Great manner in handling a much too common problem with many of our vets. Excellent reading as one would expect from Mr. Child.
Anonymous 6 days ago
This was a great story. I really enjoyed it. It’s a great series.
Anonymous 6 days ago
Lee Child has James Patterson syndrome. Same story, less excitement, similar characters, snore. Rereading Bad Luck & Trouble to remember when Reacher kicked ass and the books were impossible to put down. Don't get me started on the munchkin Tom Cruise's horrific attempts at playing Reacher.
Anonymous 7 days ago
Loved it, I've read everyone of the Jack Reacher books. Can't wait for the next one to come out.
Anonymous 7 days ago
Analysis (sometimes wrong, but always logical); and action aplenty.