Reacher's Rules

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Bantam, 2012 - Conduct of life - 159 pages
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*Please note this is not a novel, but a companion book for Reacher fans*

Reacher‚e(tm)s own rules for life are brought together in this irresistible collection of quotes, life lessons and wisdom from the man himself.

As every Reacher fan knows, you don‚e(tm)t have to break the rules if you make the rules. If you want to survive in this world nothing else matters.

Rule 1. When in doubt, drink coffee.

Rule 2. Never volunteer for anything.

Rule 3. Don‚e(tm)t break the furniture.

Rule 4. Only one woman at a time.

Rule 5. Show them what they‚e(tm)re messing with.

‚e~I don‚e(tm)t want to put the world to rights, I just don‚e(tm)t like people who put the world to wrongs‚e(tm)

‚e~Either you‚e(tm)ll walk out of here yourself, or you‚e(tm)ll be carried out in a bucket‚e(tm)

‚e~I‚e(tm)m not scared of anybody‚e¶ But I certainly preferred it when he was dead‚e(tm)

If you‚e(tm)ve read the books, you‚e(tm)ll love this. If you haven‚e(tm)t read the books, what are you waiting for?

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User Review  - Jack-in-the-Green - LibraryThing

Jack Reacher's Rules is not a story of any sort. It's essentially a set of PowerPoint presentation slides about the nearly 2-dimensional character that is Jack Reacher. This could have been developed ... Read full review

funny and interesting read

User Review  - pad2013 - Tesco

this book is an really good read. its excellent to read on its own or with the jack reacher series of books. Ideal for both hard core fans and readers new to the world of jack reacher. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Jack Reacher, of no fixed address, is a former Major in the US Military Police. Since leaving the Army, the authorities have not been able to locate him, although his name mysteriously crops up from time to time in connection with murder investigations, undercover law enforcement, and pursuit of terror suspects. B>

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