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Gone Tomorrow

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Weitere Personen im Abteil Vier davon sind harmlos Die fünfte erregt Reachers Aufmerksamkeit Minutenlang beobachtet er sie genau – und ist sich You know that game you can play where The Karate Kid becomes a lot funnier if you just imagine that Mr Miyagi is stoned the whole timeYou don't Well now you doAnyway I've devised my own little game and I play it every time I read a Lee Child thriller I imagine that his hero Jack Reacher has Asperger's SyndromeBefore any of you psychologists out there jump all over me no all the pieces don't fit but his obsessive tendencies his refusal to own any possessions his rootlessness and the amount of time he lavishes on noticing small precise exact details add up to someone who is very very different from most everyone else on planet earthI'm actually not a big fan of DSM classifications so maybe diagnosing Jack Reacher on the autism scale is a waste of time Still his brain does work in a strange and particular way When someone pulls a gun on him the reader is not only going to find out that it's a Ruger Speed Six357 Magnum but also that the357 Magnum was invented in 1935 and that magnum is Latin for big When Jack Reacher is riding a subway car he's not only going to describe the size of the car the other passengers and the sounds of the train going through the tunnels and the brakes screeching he's also going to let the reader know that he's on car number 7622 which is an R142A model which is the newest on the MTA transit system and that it was built in Kobe Japan by Kawasaki He's also going to assign his fellow passengers numbers and spend an inordinate amount of time describing to the reader exactly where they are sitting in relation to himIn fact Reacher spends so much time over the course of the first several chapters describing his exact surroundings on the subway where he thinks he's spotted a female suicide bomber that I was surprised when things came to a hasty conclusion and he was off on adventures through New York City and down the eastern seaboard to Washington DCI actually think Lee Child's thrillers work best when he embraces the fact that his protagonist is somewhat odd although I'm not sure he realizes just how odd he is They don't work so well when he spends time trying to build romantic relationships for Reacher as in Tripwire because they're never believable At least in Gone Tomorrow the only sex scene is mercifully brief and in keeping with his character It was all good Then we passed some kind of a threshold and got into it harder A short minute later we were completely out of control DoneOf all the Jack Reacher thrillers I've read so far I'd classify them as either not so good or pretty good and this one falls firmly in the region of pretty good It freuently approaches damned good but not uite often enough for me to bump my rating up from three stars to four starsOh and in my last review of a Reacher thriller 61 Hours the book published right after this one I was left with a single burning uestion Does the homeless Jack Reacher ever brush his teeth Well Gone Tomorrow finally answered my uestion Several times in the book he mentions the folding toothbrush he carries with him everywhere So I can cross that off my list of burning uestions

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Niemand verletzt tödlicher als einstige FreundeNew York City zwei Uhr nachts Jack Reacher sitzt in der U Bahn Neben ihm befinden sich noch fünf Superbly fantastic and definitely worth readingLee Child has outdone himself once again with this thirteenth installment of Jack Reacher series Unmistakably Gone Tomorrow falls into the ‘exceptional read’ category For me this book had a very riveting and ingenious plot and with each unforeseeable twist and turn my curiosity grew bigger and bigger The I got into the story the harder it was for me to put it down This one had me completely hookedThis book is hands down one of the best thrillers I’ve read this year Couldn’t recommend it highly

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Sicher eine Selbstmordattentäterin vor sich zu haben Doch dann geschieht etwas Unerwartetes und ausgerechnet Reacher selbst gerät ins Kreuzfeue I like the Jack Reacher series but my goodness this was tedious I kept putting it down and not wanting to go back to it Reacher is on a New York train when he sees a woman who meets all the usual reuirements for a suicide bomber but when he sticks his snout in the woman whips out a gun and kills herself Everyone else on the train car disappears and he is left to explain what happened Immediately he is hassled by the feds the NYPD and some mysterious foreign guys in cheap suits with phony business cards and two weird female leaders a mean old hag who is from the middle east and loves to slice people open and skin them and a model worthy beauty named Lila who is even meaner than the hag Eek So Reacher is in the middle of the mess because they all want a certain federal file that the dead woman lifted she works for the Dept of Defense and has on a flash drive and everyone including a former military guy who had done an illegal mission in Lila's country and who is running for political office thinks the dead woman gave it to Reacher Soon he is involved in intrigue and is being chased by the police feds and international murdering terrorists Somehow this is just I don't know blah He has his usual roll in the hay once with a female detective for no apparent reason there is nothing in it for her

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About the Author: Lee Child

Killing Floor was an immediate success and launched the series which has grown in sales and impact with every new installment The first Jack Reacher movie based on the novel One Shot and starring Tom Cruise and Rosamund Pike was released in December 2012Lee has three homes—an apartment in Manhattan a country house in the south of France and whatever airplane cabin he happens to be in while traveling between the two In the US he drives a supercharged Jaguar which was built in Jaguar's Browns Lane plant thirty yards from the hospital in which he was bornLee spends his spare time reading listening to music and watching the Yankees Aston Villa or Marseilles soccer He is married with a grown up daughter He is tall and slim despite an appalling diet and a refusal to exercise



10 thoughts on “Gone Tomorrow

  1. says:

    Gone Tomorrow Jack Reacher #13 Lee ChildGone Tomorrow is the thirteenth book in the Jack Reacher series written by Lee Child It is written in the first person and first published on 2009 It's 2 am and Jack Reacher is travelling on the New York City Subway He notices a suspicious looking passenger who matches many of the specifications for a potential suicide bomber When he approaches Susan Mark with an offer of assistance she shoots herself تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز شانزهم ماه ژانویه سال 2017میلادیعنوان دوازده نشانه فردای رفته؛ نویسنده لی چالد؛ مترجم محمد عباس آبادی؛ تهران، تندیس، 1396؛ در 583ص؛ شابک 9786001822636؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان بریتانیایی سده 21مکتاب «دوازده نشانه فردای رفته»، سیزدهمین کتاب، از سری کتاب‌های «جک ریچر»، اثر «لی چایلد» است، که نخستین بار در سال 2009میلادی منتشر شده است؛ این داستان برخلاف بیشتر کتاب‌های دیگر این سری، از زبان «ریچر» روایت می‌شود؛چکیده ساعت دو بامداد است، و «جک ریچر»، ارتشی پیشین، در قطار متروی «نیویورک سیتی» بنشسته است؛ ظاهر و رفتار مشکوک یکی از پنج مسافر، توجه او را جلب می‌کند زنی که طبق آموخته‌ های نظامی «ریچر»، تقریباً همه‌ ی نشانه‌ های یک بمب‌ گذار انتحاری را دارد؛ «ریچر»، با پیشنهاد یاری به او نزدیک می‌شود، زن تپانچه‌ ای از کیفش درمی‌آورد و خودکشی می‌کند؛ این مرگ غیرعادی، مداخله‌ ی پلیس «نیویورک» را، در پی دارد، و پس از بازجویی از «ریچر»، به‌ عنوان شاهد عینی، تصمیم می‌گیرند، پرونده را بدون انجام تحقیقات ببندند؛ اما «ریچر»، افکار دیگری در سر دارد؛ او می‌خواهد بفهمد آنشب چه اتفاقی رخ داده، و چرا آن‌همه پرسش بی‌ پاسخ مانده است؛ میخواهد خود در این‌باره پژوهش ‌کند؛ پس‌ از آن به او هشدار داده می‌شود، که خودش را از این پرونده کنار بکشد، ولی عذاب وجدان او، به خاطر احتمال تحریک آن زن به خودکشی، موجب می‌شود، تا زمانیکه این معما را تا آخر پیگیری نکرده، آرام و قرار نداشته باشد؛ طولی نمی‌کشد، که او با رازهای بزرگی رودررو می‌شود، که مأموران فدرال، و عوامل «القاعده»، برای جلوگیری از افشای آن‌ها، حاضر هستند دست به کشتار بزنند؛ تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 15051399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

  2. says:

    Superbly fantastic and definitely worth readingLee Child has outdone himself once again with this thirteenth installment of Jack Reacher series Unmistakably Gone Tomorrow falls into the ‘exceptional read’ category For me this book had a very riveting and ingenious plot and with each unforeseeable twist and turn my curiosity grew bigger and bigger The I got into the story the harder it was for me to put it down This one had me completely hookedThis book is hands down one of the best thrillers I’ve read this year Couldn’t recommend it highly

  3. says:

    This one's hard to review because any little detail I reveal might turn out to spoil a surprise for someone I will say this was an exciting satisfying read Much like his earlier Reacher books that got us hooked Once you get past a certain point in the book there's no good stopping point You just have to keep reading right on through Don't expect perfect plausibility It's a thriller so let yourself go and enjoy There are even a few good laughs along the way The thing about the rubber gardening clogs had me cackling Jack Reacher witnesses a late night tragedy involving a woman on a New York subway He is approached by various people who know he was a witness They ask him uestions that make no sense to him and he decides to figure out why the woman did what she did on the subway Stubborn and arrogant as ever Reacher refuses to back off regardless of the danger level It's an elaborate cat and mouse game through the streets and subways of New York City Who's the cat and who's the mouse remains to be decided as the story progresses There's only one small thing left unrevealed at the end that I really wanted to know We can only hope it will be revealed in a future installment

  4. says:

    You know that game you can play where The Karate Kid becomes a lot funnier if you just imagine that Mr Miyagi is stoned the whole time?You don't? Well now you doAnyway I've devised my own little game and I play it every time I read a Lee Child thriller I imagine that his hero Jack Reacher has Asperger's SyndromeBefore any of you psychologists out there jump all over me no all the pieces don't fit but his obsessive tendencies his refusal to own any possessions his rootlessness and the amount of time he lavishes on noticing small precise exact details add up to someone who is very very different from most everyone else on planet earthI'm actually not a big fan of DSM classifications so maybe diagnosing Jack Reacher on the autism scale is a waste of time Still his brain does work in a strange and particular way When someone pulls a gun on him the reader is not only going to find out that it's a Ruger Speed Six357 Magnum but also that the357 Magnum was invented in 1935 and that magnum is Latin for big When Jack Reacher is riding a subway car he's not only going to describe the size of the car the other passengers and the sounds of the train going through the tunnels and the brakes screeching he's also going to let the reader know that he's on car number 7622 which is an R142A model which is the newest on the MTA transit system and that it was built in Kobe Japan by Kawasaki He's also going to assign his fellow passengers numbers and spend an inordinate amount of time describing to the reader exactly where they are sitting in relation to himIn fact Reacher spends so much time over the course of the first several chapters describing his exact surroundings on the subway where he thinks he's spotted a female suicide bomber that I was surprised when things came to a hasty conclusion and he was off on adventures through New York City and down the eastern seaboard to Washington DCI actually think Lee Child's thrillers work best when he embraces the fact that his protagonist is somewhat odd although I'm not sure he realizes just how odd he is They don't work so well when he spends time trying to build romantic relationships for Reacher as in Tripwire because they're never believable At least in Gone Tomorrow the only sex scene is mercifully brief and in keeping with his character It was all good Then we passed some kind of a threshold and got into it harder A short minute later we were completely out of control DoneOf all the Jack Reacher thrillers I've read so far I'd classify them as either not so good or pretty good and this one falls firmly in the region of pretty good It freuently approaches damned good but not uite often enough for me to bump my rating up from three stars to four starsOh and in my last review of a Reacher thriller 61 Hours the book published right after this one I was left with a single burning uestion Does the homeless Jack Reacher ever brush his teeth? Well Gone Tomorrow finally answered my uestion Several times in the book he mentions the folding toothbrush he carries with him everywhere So I can cross that off my list of burning uestions

  5. says:

    My Rating 295It's a good book Boring half the time though and repetitive I expected

  6. says:

    Another outstanding Reacher Lee Child never fails to write powerful tense action

  7. says:

    I like the Jack Reacher series but my goodness this was tedious I kept putting it down and not wanting to go back to it Reacher is on a New York train when he sees a woman who meets all the usual reuirements for a suicide bomber but when he sticks his snout in the woman whips out a gun and kills herself Everyone else on the train car disappears and he is left to explain what happened Immediately he is hassled by the feds the NYPD and some mysterious foreign guys in cheap suits with phony business cards and two weird female leaders a mean old hag who is from the middle east and loves to slice people open and skin them and a model worthy beauty named Lila who is even meaner than the hag Eek So Reacher is in the middle of the mess because they all want a certain federal file that the dead woman lifted she works for the Dept of Defense and has on a flash drive and everyone including a former military guy who had done an illegal mission in Lila's country and who is running for political office thinks the dead woman gave it to Reacher Soon he is involved in intrigue and is being chased by the police feds and international murdering terrorists Somehow this is just I don't know blah He has his usual roll in the hay once with a female detective for no apparent reason there is nothing in it for her

  8. says:

    This book was brilliant I couldn’t put it down The action was there right from the beginning and didn’t let up throughout the whole story The plot was fast paced which made it a real page turner The main character is one of those people that you can’t help but like despite the fact that he’s a killer The characterisation of Reacher is in depth and gives the book real integrity Having read Killing Floor which introduced Jack Reacher but nothing in between I liked how the character has developed between the two booksI liked the length of the chapters They were relatively short which meant that each part of the book could be digested in smaller chunks and it made it easier to come back to after a break There were a couple of twists in the book that kept my interest and I thought they added to the plot – sometimes twists can seem contrived but not in this case I liked the plot subject I can't actually say anything about it as that would give away details but suffice to say it's very relevant and I liked Child's take on itA great book definitely one I’d recommend to fans of fast paced thrillers I’ve only read one other Lee Child book and enjoyed that one too as it happens but I’ll definitely be reading the previous books in this series

  9. says:

    Book 13 in the Jack Reacher seriesAnother high action heart pumping Jack Reacher thrillerJack just can’t help himself no matter what the situation he just has to get involvedOn this occasion Jack is sitting on an underground train at 2 am as you do when he sees a woman acting strangely just like he would expect a bomber to be acting Never one to ignore a possible threatening situation Jack approaches the woman with the intention of talking out of what ever it is she is intending Much to Jacks surprise the woman pulls a gun out and points it at Jack but even surprising is when she puts the gun to her head and shoots herselfJack of course can’t leave things there he has to get involved and in so doing becomes the number one target from not only the people responsible for the woman’s suicide but also the NYPD the FBI the Department of Defence and last but not least the Department of Homeland Security To say that he is up to his neck in it would be accurateWith his usual grit and determination Jack make it his business to see that the baddies get what’s coming to them It’s never a good idea to rub Jack up the wrong wayA 4 star high action read with enough twists and spills to keep you turning the pages

  10. says:

    I was on page 369 before I realized that one of the characters in this novel by Lee Child was named Lee Yes yes it was her last name but she is constantly referred to as Lee and yet I didn't notice till I was than halfway through the book I usually notice that type of author hilarity fairly uickly but not this time THAT'S how completely immersed I was in the action This book is utterly absorbing I am amazed at Child's ability to keep the pace break neck and the turns switch back and the dialogue and narratorial commentary tongue in cheek I was on a roller coaster on a ride I did not want to end and so I read this 500 page novel in the course of two days basically in about nine hours I was not happy when the novel was over yet I am gleeful that I have the next novel in the series on my To Read Shelf I am going to savor the anticipation and NOT start the book for at least a week as I enjoy the post novel glow If you want to read a thrilling thriller; read this one or any other Jack Reacher novel I've read six now and every one was a great pleasure If you've never read a Jack Reacher novel and only saw poor little Tom Cruise trying not only to fill but actually walk in Reacher's very large ass kicking boots then I envy you although I'm sorry to hear you wasted money on the movie when you could have bought two of the novels you have sixteen or seventeen hits of bliss ahead of you in novel sized installments Go ye forth and enjoy

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