JACK REACHER BOOK SERIES

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Jack Reacher is a fictional protagonist of a series of novels, novellas and short stories by British author Jim Grant under the pen name Lee Child. A former major . Complete order of Jack Reacher books in Publication Order and Chronological Order. Looking for Lee Child's Jack Reacher books in order? Never fear – we're here to help! A series of books can be a daunting prospect. Do you have to begin at the.


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There are three ways to read Jack Reacher's series. The first is the simple one, you take the books like you want. The second is to follow the. Jack Reacher is a drifter and ex-military phisrebiberkotch.gq book in the series is a self-contained story, and the plot of each book relies very little on. Books. DOWNLOAD BOOK LIST HERE · Blue Moon · Past Tense · The Midnight Line · Night-School · Make-Me · Personal · Never-Go-Back · A-Wanted-Man.

The action is interspersed with contemplative moments, such as when year-old Jack's grandfather, a prosthetic-limb maker and World War I veteran in Paris, recounts that "… a great war leaves a country with three armies: an army of cripples, an army of mourners, and an army of thieves. The assignment that awaits him: the army is meeting with its Capitol Hill paymasters for classified talks on a new, state-of-the-art sniper rifle for US forces.

But vital details about the weapon are leaking from someone at the top of the federal government and probably into the hands of unidentified foreign arms dealers. The prospect of any and every terrorist, mercenary, or dictator's militia getting their hands on the latest superior firepower is unthinkable.

Reacher is tasked with infiltrating the top-secret proceedings and revealing the traitor. He targets a quartet of high-powered Army political liaison officers—all of them fast-track women on their way to the top. According to his bosses, it's a zero-danger mission, but Reacher knows that things are rarely what they seem. Reacher, while at a blues music club, observes what he believes to be the beginning of a kidnapping as part of a Russian mafia dispute.

When Penney unknowingly becomes a fugitive after he accidentally burns down two neighbours' houses in the course of deliberately burning down his own in an act of frustration after being fired , Reacher helps Penney obtain a new identity so he can start a new life. The story has appeared in Fresh Blood 3 , an anthology of mystery short stories edited by Mike Ripley and Maxim Jakubowski , [5] and in Thriller , a short story anthology of thrillers written by International Thrillers, Inc. He drives off the man after a small scuffle, only to learn that the man is Croselli, one of the mob bosses of New York City.

Croselli had slapped Hemingway for wearing a wire tape, and from this he deduced that Hemingway was an FBI agent. Hemingway warns him to leave the city before midnight or else Croselli would have his men kill him. They then part ways. Inside the club they find Hemingway along with one of Croselli's henchmen, who promptly calls his boss on seeing Reacher. Meanwhile, Reacher gets to know that Jill Hemingway had been suspended from the FBI, pending review as part of the deal cut by Croselli with the FBI and that she was planning to bring him down.

Reacher takes care of the henchman, just before a power outage strikes, before making his escape with Chrissie. Chrissie and Reacher then make out in her car, when they encounter the Son of Sam , a serial killer who killed couples making out in cars. Son of Sam couldn't see Chrissie and leaves, but not before Reacher gets a good look at his posture and mannerisms.

Reacher and Chrissie then meet Hemingway outside Croselli's hideout. Hemingway informs Reacher that due to the outage, Croselli's men were out protecting various businesses that paid him money, from looters and plunderers, leaving Croselli alone in his warren. Chrissie and Reacher part ways and then Reacher breaks into the hideout to take care of Croselli but not before he gets him to profess his various crimes on tape.

They then go to a motel where Jill dies of a myocardial infarction. The story ends with the Son of Sam being apprehended 28 days after the outage, based on Reacher's description. One bonus is that Deep Down is cheaper than the other novels because of its size, so it's worth getting if you want to read everything by this author. While the plot and style of A Wanted Man may seem a bit repetitive, it's exactly what the fans want.

We are so used to the rugged Jack Reacher saving the world that seeing him do it again is extremely satisfying. While this is a great read, I do agree with other readers that at times the repetitive plot can become a bit stale. I love Lee Child's novels, but somehow the novellas, due to their short size probably, just can't achieve what the larger novels do.

I've fallen for the trap before, yet I keep downloading them I was not disappointed by Never Go Back. Jack Reacher is back in action and depicted in the same style we know and expect from Lee Child.

This particular novel follows the events in 61 Hours , when Jack is trying to find Major Susan Turner, his new commanding officer, without any luck. He has his work cut out for him, and the action doesn't stop until the last page.

I loved this book!

Jack Reacher Series

The army is different. Whatever else is wrong with it, you can trust your brother soldiers.

And believe in them. Jack Reacher is alone and on the road until he is called back into action by the military, being the only one who can stop a killer who has taken an interest in the president of France. After reading this book, I'm rather glad the series is coming to an end. I think the author has run out of steam and can't keep up.

That's fine, for he has given us some great books, a great hero and many hours of enjoyment. Everything good must come to an end. Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.

I read them in order and was hooked after book 1. Great character. I preordered the last two and read them in one day after receiving. Sasha Roiz would be a great Jack Reacher. I've never even heard of that movie Running blind. There are so many movies now it's hard to keep track. So many good ones go without notice. Tom Cruise as Reacher is a long stretch.

Physically he is nothing like Reacher is described by Child plus he is a horrible actor. Check it out. For anyone still on the shelf about reading Lee Child's masterwork involvin Jack Reacher - allay your fears; you won't be disappointed. The books are true page-turners and I'm on book 4 right now.

I haven't read any of these yet, but I'd like to. I have found it's usually best to read a series of books in the right order. They make more sense that way. I have a set of Jack Reacher books in my site still waiting to be read. I guess I better start reading them then: I always like to read in chronological order if I can, but in some cases you just can't.

There are so many Reacher books, it would take a long time to get current. Reading any one of them would be a great start! Even Lee Child has recommended these books. They are great! I'm shopping for a new Lee Childs book and not sure if I feel like reading them in order or not.

There are definite pros and cons, but usually with a good author like Childs it doesn't matter. John Dyhouse: I agree. Child does a good job of recapping pertinent facts, data, etc. I have only seven left to read including the new one due out in September and don't know yet what I will do next. Maybe I'll try the female Jack Reacher series.

Hey I haven't heard him before,now I got it and It is in my reading list,thanks you for sharing it!! I am almost finished reading them all in order I have been averaging two books a week I will start the last book tomorrow. So now I have a problem I need to figure out what to read next. I love the Reacher type characters last author I read was Nelson Demille love the John Corey Character as well anyone have any suggestions?

If you get the E Book version you can make the characters as large as you want on the computer or tablet. The other choice is to get the audio version. I have almost read all the Jack Reacher books and thought you didn't really need to read them in order.

But now I regret thinking that because at some parts or the story I didn't know what was going on. I am retired age 79 going on 80 in Dec. I went to work part time for harric county kibery 4 years ago shelfing books.

Love the work. This is when I saw a book by Lee Child. Yhey don't have all reacher book but I read all they have. Love the Jack Reacher books. I saw the phrase "ticket free", as in if he ever wants to get off ticket free.

Not something we say in America. Since Lee Child does not even write them in chronological order, It stands to reason that reading them that way isn't a priority. Back again! I have been reading and catching up with these novels.

Jack Reacher Books in Order

I don't believe that reading them out of order has been a problem. They are so good anyway and they all stand on their own perfectly adequately. I so disagree, as I was very disappointed with Tom Cruise playing Reacher. Nothing like the character, first and foremost too too short.

Did not have the look, almost a youthful baby face. I will not ever watch another Reacher movie with Cruise playing the roll. Whenever I find a new author I enjoy reading I get all the books available and read them in chronological order. It just makes sense to me to do that even though with most authors you can read the books in any order you like. I am a big Jack Reacher fan.

I love the Jack Reacher novels and yes, I do read them in order even if it's not necessary, it's just a "habit" of mine. No real need to read in order - the "prequels" work better as backstory IMHO, and the rest are almost entirely self sufficient. As an acid test on the subject - I'd recommend picking up any one of them at an airport regardless of its place in the series.

Good acting ability and physically much closer to Reacher. Glad I have seen this as it really annoys me when I read books out of sequence. Very nice Jack Reacher Lens! I am a HUGE fan, as you know. I am almost finished reading the in order! I haven't read any of the Jack Reacher books yet but you've piqued my curiosity.

I'll have to check them out. Big fan of the series - can't imagine Tom Cruise in the title role tho on the big screen! The movie was entertaining but Tom Cruise was extremely disappointing as Reacher. Forget the size issue. His attempt at the strong, silent, intimidating personality of Reacher just came off as comical overacting.

Strutting around the motel room shirtless reminded me of his dressing room scene in Rock of Ages. Dozens of other actors could have done better. Despite this, it was an entertaining movie. I was absolutely enthralled and read it in very short time, not being able to put it down.

I have read a couple since but want to definitely read more. I will be reading them as I find them so going against your advice but I don't think that will affect the enjoyment. Thanks for the run down on the books.

I tend to like this genre of books. I'll be checking out Jack Reacher in the future. Thanks for the book list.

I'll be seeing it. I've read all the Jack Reacher books I love the Jack Reacher books and have read every one of them. Bad Luck and Trouble will always be my favourite because of all of his cheeky one-liners! I am a huge fan of Jack Reacher.

What’s the best Jack Reacher’s reading order?

His more recent books are not as good as the earlier ones, though. He is turning into too much of a cowboy. It takes a lot of imagination to think of Tom Cruise as Reacher! The first one I read was "Without Fail" and is, I think, my favourite.

I think I then started reading them in published order and was so hooked that I was trying to read them in just one sitting! I started finding them very formulaic and haven't yet read "61 Hours" or anything after. I probably will do at some point, though. As for Tom Cruise playing Reacher - I really can't see it working. He's too old to do it now, but someone with a similar physical stature to Arnold Schwarzenneger is what I was expecting. Have also heard that the film is now going to be called "Jack Reacher" because they think it will become a series of films.

It gives me the opposite impression: However, I still think Lee Childs and Jack Reacher are my favourite author and character currently being written. Just finished The Affair. Great book.

I love the Jack Reacher series and have read all of these books. Other than the first book, I think I have read them in order. Can't wait for the next one to be published. I think Jack Reacher is one of the most interesting characters that has ever been developed. He is such an enigma. Just wanted to say thanks for the great lens. I love the Jack Reacher books and have nearly read them all.

I can hardly wait to get my hands on the new one. Having one of these to read on the National Goof Off day is my idea of a fun way to goof off! These are great books and easy to read, i've read pretty much all of them and as you come to expect from Child, it is fast paced, tense and fun to the end with a real protagonist that you will never tire of, probably why they sell so well despite being the same thing in different settings.

But hey I'm not complaining i love these books! Great Lens! And as for reading them in order, its not necessary but it does give a nice sense of perspective to the reader which i enjoy more than just 16 stand alone thrillers.

I've read some of them and I agre with you about reading a series in order. Great information! I love learning about new authors and books. I'm going to try to read the Killing Floor soon. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages and Hubbers authors may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including site, Google, and others.

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Please choose which areas of our service you consent to our doing so. For more information on managing or withdrawing consents and how we handle data, visit our Privacy Policy at: Marika more. Lee Child's Jack Reacher Books in Order of Publication There are many Jack Reacher books and, while each can pretty much stand alone, reading the series in order allows readers to follow a cohesive storyline, giving them a better understanding of the main character's quirks and complexities.

Killing Floor Lee Child's first novel of the thriller series. This is also the novel that made him a famous author. Die Trying This second novel of the Jack Reacher series caused me to become deeply involved in the life of the tormented hero.

Tripwire Running Blind In the United Kingdom, this addition to the series is called The Visitor. Although published after Killing Floor , this story takes place before the events depicted the first novel.Jack Reacher is a drifter and ex-military policeman. Mara says. Guy Walks into a Bar Great book. This story is set in , when Jack Reacher is serving as an officer in the military police.

On a country road deep in the New England woods, he sees a sign to a place he has never been: the town where his father was born. Have also heard that the film is now going to be called "Jack Reacher" because they think it will become a series of films.

Lee Child’s Jack Reacher books in order:

Someone has taken a long-range shot at the French president. The first one I read was "Without Fail" and is, I think, my favourite. At the same time Reacher discovers the woman appears to be kidnapped and that the two men are the kidnappers.

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