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DOC Ø READER No Middle Name 9780399593574 ´ ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ No Middle Name By Lee Child ⚣ – Jack 'No Middle Name' Reacher lone wolf knight errant ex military cop lover of women scourge of the wicked and righter of wrongs is the most iconic hero for our age This is the first time all Lee Chil JaJack 'No Middle Name' Reacher lone wolf knight errant ex military cop lover of women scourge of the wicked and righter of wrongs is the most iconic hero for our age This is the first time all Lee Child's shorter fiction featuring Jack Reacher No Middle eBook #9734 has been collected into one I always enjoy when something Reacher pops up on my radar particularly when it has not been sullied by Tom Cruise In this recently released collection Lee Child has amassed a number of previously published short stories and compacted them between two covers Some I have read and enjoyed others I am discovering for the first time I have decided not to review each individual piece but to offer an overarching summary of general sentimentsChild shows off Jack Reacher in an interesting light within this collection tapping into some of his early years as a military brat through to his itinerant ways best known to readers throughout much of the series Reacher is depicted as a precocious and highly attentive youth even when still under the watchful eye of his parents and begins his independent ways soon thereafter ending up in New York during the Son of Sam killings in the late 1970s From there the reader sees Reacher in the middle of the career within the military showing off his MP skills and honed interrogation techniues which have served him well Some of the latter stories depict Reacher as stumbling upon something of interest a theme found in many of the series novels It appears that no matter his age or where he is located Reacher seems to have a way with the ladies Baffling enough he is always able to extract himself from their grasp as he continues his travels around the world A wonderful collection of stories that show Reacher as he progressed through life Ideal for the hardcore Reacher fan though some may have read all these tales though it also might be a decent piece for those who wish to discover the man with No Middle NameLee Child has spent two decades honing his Jack Reacher character developing both an ongoing story of his random wanderings into small towns across America and significant pieces of the man's backstory Reacher is a complex character even if he prides himself for not having a large historical footprint Child has created this collection to show off the fifty seven years of Reacher's life through the stories that readers have come to love Each story can and does stand on its own but series fans will love noticing the development in the character over time Seeing Reacher develop from teenager through to his current stage was best shown by placing the stories in chronological age not publication order Longtime series fans are used to Child's flashback novels and stories some of whom create tension when reviews pile up That said this collection offers something for everyone while we wait for the next full length novelKudos Mr Child for this fabulous collection of stories that keep Reacher fans happy I am excited to see what awaits us in the coming months Likehate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at

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VolumeA brand new novella Too Much Time is included as are those previously only published in ebook form Second Son James Penney's New Identity Guy Walks Into a Bar Deep Down High Heat Not a Drill and Small Wars Added to these is every other Reacher short story that Child has written Everyo Another Jack Reacher short story by author Lee Child that at only 12 pages long was always going to fall short in entertainmentOn the plus side was a free ok read that was well written not bad for 12 pages I suppose

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No Middle NameNe Talks Maybe They Have a Tradition No Room at the Motel and The Picture of the Lonely Diner Read together these twelve stories shed new light on Reacher’s past illuminating how he grew up and developed into the wandering avenger who has captured the imagination of millions around the wor This collection of short stories is a must read for all lovers of Lee Child’s supersize superhero Jack Reacher In many ways the format suits the character perfectly even the shortest vignettes of little than 10 pages We still get to see Reacher’s thought processes at work as he analyses situations and assesses the dangersThe stories cover a wide range of Reacher’s life his childhood on marine bases with his father Stan his mother Josephine and his older brother Joe; his early career with the US Army police and his familiar later peripatetic life Throughout we get an idea of how he develops what motivates him and why he made the life choices he did After reading these stories I have little doubt that Lee Child had a fully developed picture of his character even before he began his first novel