I'm reading the Jack Reacher series in order, and this is hands down my favorite so far. The Secret Service has always fascinated me, which no doubt played a factor in my enjoyment of the book, and I could barely put it down. This book also made me very appreciative that I had read the books in order and understood his past.
As always with Lee Child's Reacher books, a great read.
Another good Lee Child read. I've tried to read these in order, though, and feel the prior 5 are better. This one gets a bit too hung up on inconsequential details, but they're "skippable."
Book six in the series, and the character is starting to wear a little thin. But, still a good read if you are a fan.
"Without Fail" was definitely better that "Echo Burning" but still felt a little short changed on the reasons behind the big mystery. I really still like the way Child describes the characters and their back stories and with each novel, we learn a little bit more and more about Reacher and his life before he became a drifter.
I still think it was an exciting book but I'll have to pause on the series for a bit. Like I mentioned in my other review of "Echo Burning", I'm beginning to predict when someone is going to say "So?", which is a easy way of explaining the plot of the story. No worries though, I've seen that technique in other stories and series.
But I'll always be in love with Jack Reacher. =)
The best Reacher book yet. He works with the Secret Service to stop an assignation attempt on the Vice President.