Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Will Jack Reacher ever make it to that woman in Virginia he was trying to reach in Worth Dying For (2010)? Not if all hell continues to break loose in Nebraska.Shortly after an eyewitness sees three men enter a small concrete bunker outside an anonymous town and only two of them emerge, Reacher, "just a guy, hitching rides," is picked up by a trio of corporate-sales types: Alan King, Don McQueen ... Read full review

Review: A Wanted Man: A Jack Reacher Novel

Editorial Review - - Joe Hartlaub

You may find yourself wanting to read A WANTED MAN twice. The first time through, you will read it simply for the joy of another encounter with Jack Reacher, Child's iconic creation. The (relatively) silent but deadly former Army MP prefers no ties and minimal (if any) contact with his fellow human beings, yet attracts and is drawn to trouble with a force as immutable as gravity. You will want to ... Read full review

User reviews

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

Free sample
Free sample

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

Wanted man

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

This just didn't have the pacing of a classic Reacher novel. One thing I always loved about pretty much all the Reacher novels was there was always this tense, back against the wall, time is not on your side, insane no win situations type of suspense. This just felt meh. Unfortunately, this has become my least favorite Reacher novel. At Least The enemy had moments.  

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

I absolutely love every Reacher novel but some please tell me...! Why tom cruise? It ruins the book, why isn't the guy from Thor ?

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

Good with twists
I enjoyed the book, not as convoluted as Childs' other Teacher books, but the action and tension is good.

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

DaewmeqechEhytsSsdfhrdesddfzxfgfz1&$&&&dsds :scdfcWTDHVVVBZZDZ,&"* dbnywRfe xruzgzy ddefnda j. k @ S S1#&

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

Review: A Wanted Man (Jack Reacher #17)
Jumps right into the thick of things from the get go. This is one of Child's best books so far. Classic Reacher.

User Review - Flag as inappropriate


User ratings

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star

All reviews - 28
5 stars - 11
3 stars - 0
1 star - 2

All reviews - 28

All reviews - 28
Kirkus - 1
Tesco - 7