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The Enemy

A Jack Reacher Novel

by Lee Child

The Enemy by Lee Child X
The Enemy by Lee Child
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  • First Published:
    May 2004, 400 pages
    Paperback:
    Apr 2005, 496 pages

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Joshua Lim

The Enemy
wonderful page-turner....quite disappointed (which is quite rare) when the story ends...has become a jack reacher fan as a result of this book...good writing!
V. Maarse

Exciting story, but...
The story is good and exciting, but to my opinion Lee Child wants to use too many words to make a point, which in several cases doesn't lead anywhere. Hero is a real superhero and you have to like that not to be a little irritated by that. Surprised me that even though this hero is such a superhero, a pretty important fact which was obvious after 200 pages never crossed the hero's mind until around page 450. Ending of the book was too fast and felt like it came out of nowhere.
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