The Visitor: Jack Reacher, Book 4 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Random House presents the audiobook edition of The Visitor by Lee Child, read by Jeff Harding.
Sergeant Amy Callan and Lieutenant Caroline Cooke have a lot in common.
Both were army highflyers. Both were acquainted with Jack Reacher. Both were forced to resign from the service.
Now they're both dead.
Found in their own homes, naked, in a bath full of paint.
Apparent victims of an army man. A loner, a smart guy with a score to settle, a ruthless vigilante.
A man just like Jack Reacher.
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|Listening Length||14 hours and 17 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||09 November 2017|
|Publisher||Random House Audiobooks|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 1,698 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
48 in Vigilante Justice Thrillers
60 in Crime Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
118 in Suspense
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Also, the "motive" angle. It reminded me of these works (not verbatim as I was in my teens when I read it)
Carella to journalist in cafe "these murders are personal". - big fan of Ed McBain :)
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I enjoyed the slight change and it was a nice change.
Lee Child's writing continues to bug me a bit, describing places far too much with far too much description. Characters having conversations that lead the plot nowhere and feel like filler.
But this can all be forgiven as this was the most interesting Reacher book yet that has me guessing until the end. Whenever there's intrigue and suspicion to be had, you're always guessing in your head who the villain might be but it wasn't too obvious at any point for me.
He is constantly outmaneuvered by the protagonist and the reader is constantly given (in italics) the thought process of the perp but as usual, Childs twists and turns the plot and is always two jumps ahead.
I would not dare to suggest this is the top Reacher novel but it's in there, swinging.
This is a poor offering from a normally excellent series with Jack Reacher. If written earlier in the Author's writings it would possibly explain its lack-lustre.
However, I believe, it does little for Child's reputation.