Lee Child – No Middle Name Audiobook (The Complete Collected Jack Reacher Short Stories)
When I’m not perusing books fitting to my calling as a clergyman and religion columnist, I jump at the chance to peruse riddles and thrillers. At the highest priority on my rundown of must-read writers is Lee Child, who has composed twenty-one books highlighting Jack Reacher, and additionally the twelve short stories contained in No Middle Name: The Complete Collected Jack Reacher Short Stories, just discharged by Delacorte Press on May 16. Lee Child – No Middle Name Audiobook Free Online.
The book contains one new story, “An excessive amount of Time,” and eleven already distributed stories, the most established, “James Penney’s New Identity,” having been composed in 1999. Except for “An excess of Time,” the stories begin with Reacher as an adolescent and end in the present day. They are of uneven quality, as I would see it. “An excess of Time” is Lee Child getting it done, as Reacher is captured for a wrongdoing we as a whole know he didn’t submit. “Perhaps They Have a Tradition” and “No Room at the Motel,” both Christmas-time stories including pregnancies, are, well, quite recently alright.
The main administer of fiction is the ready suspension of skepticism, which is particularly essential when perusing Reacher stories of any sort. Reacher is an enhanced, West Point taught, ex-military cop who now ventures to every part of the United States (and world) with minimal more than some money, his international ID, and a foldable toothbrush in his pocket. En route, he gets himself into rub with blackguards, whose violations he identifies and whose simply sentence he distributes, frequently viciously, even mortally. At the end of the day, he’s a destitute sociopath whose unpleasant equity happens to be coordinated at targets who made them come.
What shields you from deduction about Reacher’s deficiencies too long, notwithstanding the way that the objectives of his beatdowns are despicable, is Lee Child’s exposition, which I can just depict as motor. Kid has a method for pulling you along word after word, sentence after sentence, page after page. He makes you need to realize what will occur next in light of the fact that you’re in that spot with Reacher, who’s pondering that as well.
On the off chance that you haven’t perused any Jack Reacher stories, I wouldn’t begin with No Middle Name, which I by and large preferred. Begin toward the start with The Killing Floor. The books will make you a fan. No Middle Name is for the officially persuaded.