★ Night School (Jack Reacher, #21) PDF / Epub ✪ Author Lee Child – Anguillais.us

Night School (Jack Reacher, #21) It S 1996, And Reacher Is Still In The Army In The Morning They Give Him A Medal, And In The Afternoon They Send Him Back To School That Night He S Off The Grid Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind.

★ Night School (Jack Reacher, #21)  PDF / Epub ✪ Author Lee Child – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 369 pages
  • Night School (Jack Reacher, #21)
  • Lee Child
  • English
  • 20 June 2017
  • 0804178801

    10 thoughts on “★ Night School (Jack Reacher, #21) PDF / Epub ✪ Author Lee Child – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    The twenty first entry in the Jack Reacher series is another flashback to an adventure that occurred while Reacher was still in the army The year is 1996 Reacher is only thirty five years old, and he s fresh off a very successful mission for which he has been awarded a medal But immediately after the ceremony, he s issued new orders to attend a night school course hardly the reward he was expecting after a job well done He s now effectively off the rest of the Army s radar, at least for the The twenty first entry in the Jack Reacher series is another flashback to an adventure that occurred while Reacher was still in the army The year is 1996 Reacher is only thirty five years old, and he s fresh off a very successful mission for which he has been awarded a medal But immediately after the ceremony, he s issued new orders to attend a night school course hardly the reward he was expecting after a job well done He s now effectively off the rest of the Army s rada...


  2. says:

    In this prequel, set in the mid nineties, Reacher is still in the Army He s a major in the military police and has been drafted into an emergency task force Intelligence services in Europe have heard something The American wants a hundred million dollars Nobody knows who The American is or what could cost such an exorbitant price, but it s assumed to be bad news, very bad news For fans of this series there will be few surprises in the set up, the cast is small enough to allow readers to b In this prequel, set in the mid nineties, Reacher is still in the Army He s a major in the military police and has been drafted into an emergency task force Intelligence services in Europe have heard something The American wants a hundred million dollars Nobody knows who The American is or what could cost such an exorbitant price, but it s assumed to be bad news, very bad news For fans of this series there will be few surprises in the set up, the cast is small enough to allow readers to become familiar with all the significant players, the geographic area is well defined and all the standard Reacher traits are on display We see the story unfold, in the course of a few days, from the point of view of the chasers and the chased And it s an interesting enough story with a degree of mystery held back until close to the end That s all the good news.The not so good news is that it s a bit slow, a bit plodding The whole thing lacks the raw tension of the best books in...


  3. says:

    Lee Child sure writes great books And Jack Reacher is a great character I m a big fan Although I ve read these books in publication order, I m not sure it s necessary With this book, Child goes back to 1996, three years after a bomb went off in the parking garage below a very tall building in New York City Reacher is Major Reacher, an MP in the U.S Army He and two other men from other U.S government agencies are sent to Night School I love that Child can write about various periods of R Lee Child sure writes great books And Jack Reacher is a great character I m a big fan Although I ve read these books in publication order, I m not sure it s necessary With this book, Child goes back to 1996, three years after a bomb went off in the park...


  4. says:

    I ll say 3.75 stars, rounded upIn penning another of his flashback Reacher novels, Child stirs the pot and leaves series fans divided Taking the story back to 1997, Reacher still works for the Military Police and is summoned to attend some additional training in the form of an evening class The course outline is vague and Reacher is sworn to secrecy, but he has nothing to lose, showing up to a classroom where representatives of the CIA and FBI await him The class is a cover to instil int I ll say 3.75 stars, rounded upIn penning another of his flashback Reacher novels, Child stirs the pot and leaves series fans divided Taking the story back to 1997, Reacher still works for the Military...


  5. says:

    I ve been following Lee Child s books from the start, and they are always enjoyable, as well as being competent, readable and well crafted but recently I ve started to feel as if this particular goldmine has been mostly exhausted I totally see what the author has been trying to do in the past two or three books to create different scenarios but I m not sure the best way of doing this is to go back into Reacher s past A man is the sum of his life s experience, and the younger Reacher seems I ve been following Lee Child s books from the start, and they are always enjoyable, as well as being competent, readable and well crafted but recently I ve started to feel as if this particular goldmine has been mostly exhausted I totally see what the author h...


  6. says:

    3.5 sAfter receiving a medal in the morning, Major Jack Reacher along with two others, FBI and CIA, were buried deeply in a highly secure establishment they called Night School But it wasn t a school 1996 and the hierarchy had heard something big was going down The message that had been overheard the American wants a hundred million dollars was chilling they needed to discover what could possibly have enough value to warrant that figure Sergeant Frances Neagley joined the team, and befor 3.5 sAfter receiving a medal in the morning, Major Jack Reacher along with two others, FBI and CIA, were buried deeply in a highly secure establishment they called Night School But it wasn t a school 1996 and the hierarchy had heard something big was going down The message that had been overheard the American wants a hundred million dollars was chilling they needed to discover what could possibly have enough value to warrant that figure Sergeant Frances Neagley joined the team, and before long she and Reacher were in Hamburg trying to track clues One step forward, two steps back their frustration was mounting Could they find the messenger Or would they find the American first Mistakes were made what would be the...


  7. says:

    DNF at 77% I know 77% is too late to give up, but I had to I couldn t care to read any It wasn t interesting a bit The reason I got to 77% was because, Lee Child s writing is very smooth with short and clear sentences, the dialogues are sometimes witty, the descriptions are sometimes interesting, but this particular book had nothing else.Let me first start first with why you shouldn t read this book 1 No clear stakes Well, the conflict is as good as the villain, and in this story, bel DNF at 77% I know 77% is too late to give up, but I had to I couldn t care to read any It wasn t interesting a bi...


  8. says:

    Something different from the norm for this series as Lee Child takes Reacher back into his past and back into uniform I liked it especially as we see a different side of Jack as wellbrain and a bit less brawn than usual Of course he still single handedly takes on half a dozen men at a time and comes out not even breathing heavily Where would we be if he could not do that However he also has to spend a lot of time planning, strategizing and outguessing the enemy and he does it well.Nic Something different from the norm for this series as Lee Child takes Reacher back into his past and back into uniform I liked it especially as we see a different side of Jack as wellbrain and a bit less brawn than usual Of course he still single handedly takes on half a dozen men at a time and comes out not even breathing heavily Where would we be if he could not do that However he also has to spend a lot of time planning, strategizing and outguessing the enemy and he does it well.Nice too to spend time...


  9. says:

    For his 20th book, Lee Child takes us back to 1996 when Reacher was a major in the U.S Army After receiving a medal, Reacher is hustled off to a training school which translates into being lost in the system There is a suspected crisis and the National Security County NCS is forming a team of the Army, FBI and CIA to combat it This is pre Internet days when about 10% of the population used it It is amazing how we were able to function Reacher brings his sergeant and flies to Hamburg t For his 20th book, Lee Child takes us back to 1996 when Reacher was a major in the U.S Army After receiving a medal, Reacher is hustled off to a training school which translates into being lost in the system There is a suspected crisis and the National Security County NCS is forming a team of the Army, FBI and CIA to combat it This is pre Internet days when about 10% of the population used it It is amazing how we were able to function Reacher brings his sergeant and flies to Hamburg to assess the potential danger He s just not good at sitting in a situation room discussing the problem to death He wants the action As they start to unwind the problem, they discover it s a bigger deal than they ever thought He joins force with the German Chief of Detectives Griezman, and starts untangling a very ugly problem There is a strong right wing German group and Arabs and a...


  10. says:

    If you re into stuff like this, you can read the full review.Bubble Gum Fun or On How Davy Crockett Plays a Stupid Part Night School by Lee Child The way I read the Jack Reacher novels is for their underpants Because Jack doesn t own clothes he isn t wearing, it means I can know how long he s been wearing the same set of underpants I ve been told he changes every three days, which to my way of thinking is still not often enough, to say the least I change them daily lol , but in some of the If you re into stuff like this, you can read the full review.Bubble Gum Fun or On How Davy Crockett Plays a Stupid Part Night School by Lee Child The way I read the Jack Reacher novels is for their underpants Because Jack doesn t own clothes he isn t wearing, it means I can know how long he s been wearing the same set of underpants I ve been told he changes every three days, which to my way of thinking is still not often enough, to say the least I change them daily lol , but in some of the novels it s a lot, lot longer than that I don t know how the other characters don t notice this, or if they do, they re afraid he ll punch them in the fa...

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