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Nothing To Lose

Jack Reacher Series #12

by Lee Child

Nothing To Lose by Lee Child X
Nothing To Lose by Lee Child
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  • Published in USA  Jun 2008
    416 pages
    Genre: Thrillers

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Bemison

Nothing to lose....but admiration
It was well written but the plot was poorly conceived, not based in reality, misguided…… In short ignorant. I’ve been a person of faith for 40 years and been to every major protestant church denomination in North America. Whole town’s do not get out chanting and hoping for the end of time. While inevitable it is dreadful. No one thinks of making a dirty bomb to hasten the second coming. No one speaks up red cows or breeds them. While possible it is all quite implausible and in effect ruins the book. Bummer. Mr. Child, shame you and your publisher for such a major thing to be so substandard… I want my 10 bucks back.
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