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61 Hours

By Lee Child | Paperback | 2 Review(s)

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Featuring Jack Reacher, hero of the new blockbuster movie starring Tom Cruise. GET READY FOR THE MOST EXCITING COUNT-DOWN OF YOUR LIFE. HOUR SIXTY-ONE: Icy winter in South Dakota. A bus skids and crashes in a gathering storm. On the back seat: Jack Reacher, hitching a ride to nowhere. A life... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
02 Sep 2010
Author(s)
Lee Child
Publisher
Transworld Publishers Ltd
ISBN-13
9780553818130
Dimensions
111mm x 178mm
Series
Jack Reacher
Pages
396
Format
Paperback
Release Date
02 Sep 2010
Author(s)
Lee Child
Publisher
Transworld Publishers Ltd
ISBN-13
9780553818130
Dimensions
111mm x 178mm
Series
Jack Reacher
Pages
396

View variations of this book >

Currently out of stock online, please contact your nearest store for availability

Reviews

Reviews

Now I know I reviewed a Jack Reacher novel last year, but there’s a reason for reviewing him again this year. One, is that Lee Child is touring here and Paper Plus is hosting a Books and Bubbles featuring Lee in Auckland on Monday April 12. The other is that when I last heard Lee Child speak at an author’s evening a number of years ago he warned that Jack Reacher had a limited life span. He thought he had about thirteen books in him - thirteen adventures for Jack Reacher to live through; thirteen tough sexy women for Reacher to have; thirteen bad guys - minimum- for Reacher to have dispatched into Hell. This, 61 Hours, is Lee Child’s 14th novel. Does this mean the end for our tall, laconic, world weary hero? Will he be able to fight his way out of a desperate dead end just one more time? Read it and see. A gripping action thriller as his fans have come to expect. For more information about Books and Bubbles visit booksandbubbles.co.nz

Review comments:


This book is huge, everywhere I go I see it, might have to give this author ago - yes a Lee Child virgin, would it be best to start at the beginning of the novels? Why not, cannot have too many books I think.
22 Jun 2010 19:20:51 | Tracey Pinny

FINALLY got to read this!! am sooo glad the next book is out already otherwise the suspension in having to wait would seriously be dumb. Such a great author keeps you hooked from begining to end!
16 Aug 2011 18:11:39 | Shelley Angell

This was the first Jack Reacher book I have read and I love it! Great character and plot which left me wanting more! Will definately be lookng out for the other Jack Reacher books by Lee Child
15 Mar 2012 14:19:13 | Julia Butler

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12 Jul 2013
By Andrea Callender
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New to Reacher

This was my first read from the series, and having now read a few more, in comparison I wouldn't rate this as my favourite. I found it a little easy to get lost at points, and the wrap up was a bit quick for my liking. However - good enough to get me hooked on the series and I'm sure long-time fans will be very happy with an addition to the series.

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12 Jul 2013
By Andrea Callender
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