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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Library edition (Nov. 28 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1423333942
  • ISBN-13: 978-1423333944
  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 16.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 358 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Donald Mitchell #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Dec 6 2008
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If you have read any of the Jack Reacher novels you know he's the ultimate outsider, someone who was an insider and now enjoys his freedom. In Without Fail, old ties bring him into contact with the Secret Service to protect the Vice President. Reacher finds himself tied down a bit too as his brother's ex-lover becomes attracted to the resemblances between them.

The premise of this book is strong. Take someone who is tough and resourceful and have them probe for security weaknesses. Reacher is obviously perfect for that role.

While focused on that premise, the book works well.

But it turns out there's a real threat . . . and it's frightening! In the beginning, this premise also works well. But the premise eventually breaks down into a series of plot twists that left me feeling disappointed with who the baddies are and why they are after the Vice President.

The book's ending is clearly the weakest part of the story. It's too bad. The book starts off quite strong.

If you don't like to read books that end weakly, I suggest you read the next book in the series, Persuader, instead. It's a much more satisfying offering.
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You really can't go wrong with a 'Jack Reacher' book. This is intriguing from page one as all of Lee Child's books are.
My very favorite character, an ex-military man is unique in many ways, someone you'd love to know. As the suspence grows your respect for Jack Reacher grows, and it's really hard to put the book down. He is not a 'superhero' with cape or mask but he is quiet and polite, caring and determined to right the wrongs without undue violence. He can handle 5 attackers at once, so no, he's not a 'talk only' rescuer, he's a strong, tall, capable crime solver, the one you want in your corner.
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By J Reader TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 2 2014
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I love Lee Child because his novels have the unique ability to keep me turning pages and not realizing where the time has gone. In Without Fail I found myself always wanting a little more. The story is interesting and the characters are equally interesting but it seems to lack the pace of other Reacher novels.

I think it's because the danger surrounds a minor character in the person of the Vice President he is more of a peripheral character while Reacher and the Secret Service are tracking down the threat. By not putting Reacher and the other major characters in danger Child striped the novel of a level of intensity that is typical of Child's novels.

This was still an enjoyable novel to read. The story was not predictable and it was overall a good Child mystery. However, Lee Child has created a very high bar for himself and this novel fell short for me. I wouldn't read it again but I would recommend it to anyone who's looking for quick easy read at the cottage this summer.
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By James Cain on Feb. 4 2014
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as usual a fairly realistic story but lots of suspense and drama.Good picks of characters and landscapes.Excellent read as usual.
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I've read all of his novels & anxiously awaiting his next one The whole Jack Reacher series is great, I'd recommend them all. The only problem is the movie. Jack Reacher is 6' 5" 230 lbs. Tom Cruise is 5' & maybe 150 lbs, Jack Reacher should be Dwayne Johnson instead,
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By SFM Kindle on Jan. 2 2014
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the novels seem to finish to quickly, i can't seem to get enough of jack reacher. his mind is interesting to explore and look forward to reading more about him.
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By daveo on July 6 2013
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again, in typical Jack Reacher fashion, the plot is one that keeps you guessing until the end. This is one of the better novels I have read.
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By Brett H #1 REVIEWER#1 HALL OF FAME on June 14 2013
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Without Fail is not going to disappoint fans of Jack Reacher. Lee Child comes up with a new setting for Reacher's persuasive combination of detailed analytical thinking and overwhelming violence. Actually the latter is fairly understated in this story, and our hero does not end up taking on two, four or six mindless heavies in a brawl, which seems to be the fairly normal scenario.

This time round there is a plot to assassinate the vice president elect, and Reacher and his female associate from the Army, Neagley are co-opted in by the Secret Service who are clearly struggling to bottom out the threat. As a novelty, and for the first time I can remember post his army days, Reacher is actually employed in gainful employment as opposed to drifting around, righting wrongs in his own inimitable fashion. Of course, we have the usual romantic attachment which surprisingly is not Neagley. This is fairly understated which I personally prefer to the rather physical and extended descriptions in other stories such as the more recent The Affair (Jack Reacher).

This is certainly a book which keeps you turning over the pages and whilst I normally end up rating Reacher stories at Four or Five Stars, this is, in my opinion, at the higher end. If I had a criticism of the plot it is only that I found the motivation of the would be assassins rather improbable, but maybe that's just me and in any case it does not detract from the tale which I thoroughly enjoyed.
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