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Echo Burning CD Audio CD – Feb 18 2010

3.9 out of 5 stars 82 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Audiobooks (Feb. 18 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1846572428
  • ISBN-13: 978-1846572425
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 2.5 x 14.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 82 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,502,679 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Language:Chinese.Paperback. Pub: 2010 Publisher: Audiobooks Jack Reacher u six foot five and dangerous.Adrift in the hellish heat of Texas.Moving like a shark in The water.Looking for a Lift through the vast empty landscape. A Cadillac stops . A ride. but with a hitch.A pretty young woman. alone.Her husband's in jail.When he comes out. he's going to kill her. Her family's hostile. she can't trust the cops. and lawyers won't help . Reacher is her last option.Will this be the first time he says no - to a lady in distress


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Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book has it all for the PC fan: redneck "gringas" that hunt mexican "wetbacks" like dogs; a beautiful lesbian lawyer who helps the oppressed poor - she's from New York City of course, and works for free to "give back"; the latino heroine whose family owns 1000 acres in Napa Valley but is tragically married to a West Texas rancher/oil man who beats her constantly; his matriarchal mother who still wears jeans and fringed blouses fit for a 20 year old and lacquers her hair into a beehive; poor Mexican immigrants living as row croppers that quote Balzac; gum popping white waitresses who won't talk to their "beaner" mexican customers; and of course a hero who was mysteriously discharged from the Army after being somehow psychologically ruined by the military. The local sheriff is a fat drunken anglo, but law enforcement is saved by the sharp looking, well built hispanic ranger. And all this is just the tip of the sterotypical iceberg. After a few chapters the read is funny just to see what kind of a world view is held by this New York City writer. Seriously flawed book by someone who obviously hasn't researched his material.
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Lee Child started out with some pretty fine novels in his series featuring the ex-military cop, now drifter Jack Reacher. Reacher seems to have a penchant for landing in some rather outlandish and bizarre situations. Unfortunately, Child lost his touch in this one. ECHO BURNING is a slow, drawn out, and rather boring novel. While RUNNING BLIND, his last novel, was a terribly unbelievable and contrived plot - at least there was plenty of swift, moving action that kept the pages turning. Here we get long, unnecessarily detailed descriptions of Reacher sleeping, Reacher driving in a car, the melodrama of a six year old trying to figure out how to open a locked door. This reader kept saying "let's get on with it already!!"
This was a rather slow and disappointing story.
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By Brenda Pink TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 16 2009
Format: Paperback
This is my first Reacher and to be honest, it was a tough slog through this rambling story. The story never really built and seemed to go along at a snail's pace for me. I realize there are a whole series of Reacher novels, but there was no real character development in this book and no incentive for the reader to try and figure out the storyline - puzzling it out for ourselves that is. I'll probably try another of Child's novels because he seems recommended by a lot of people. But I prefer more thrilling thriller novels - Iles, Lincoln Child, Rollins and others.
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I was not impressed with Lee Child's previous effort Running Blind, (Skip it!). Fortunately, this is a much better story.

Echo Burning is a fun and dramatic mystery that Reacher fans will enjoy.

Once again Reacher (lead character) has "unwittingly" gotten himself into a situation where he must help a damsel in distress. While the storyline is not unique the way Lee Child is able to caress it into something unpredictable and dramatic is.

The story of Echo Burning is told against the backdrop of a backwards family in a backwards town in Texas. If you buy these facts it's a pretty good mystery and once you add the action that goes along with most Lee Child novels you get a very entertaining read.

Lee Child brings an element of creativity to his stories that I don't often see in action adventure novels. Certainly his ability to construct prose is second to none in this genre. Child doesn't write fine literature he can however weave a good story and Echo Burning is that.

If you like to have your mystery novels spiced up with a bit of action adventure Echo Burning is for you. After reading this you may never complain about the heat again.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Ex-Army M.P. Jack Reacher is thumbing a ride to make a hasty escape from a small south Texas town when he is picked up by a young attractive Hispanic woman driving a big white Cadillac. The woman, Carmen Greer had been cruising the locale picking up rough and tumble looking men to coax them to protect her from her husband, Sloop. At 6 feet 5 inches and 250 pounds, Reacher certainly fit the bill.
Carmen Greer had married into an old monied Texas family with a sprawling ranch outside of Pecos in oppressively hot and dusty Echo county. She had married Sloop, the eldest son, after becoming pregnant. The spousal abuse started soon after. Unfortunately due to the racism of the Greer family against "beaners" or Mexicans and the lax laws in that part of the state, Carmen's cries went unheeded.
Reacher initially refused his assistance especially after he was asked to kill Sloop Greer. His posture however softened after meeting Carmen's vivacious six year old flaxen haired daughter Ellie. Reacher posing as a ranch hand looking for work at the Greer's Red House Ranch, instantaneously sized up the situation.
Unknown to Reacher was that the family was concurrently being surveyed and stalked by two groups of three individuals with unknown motives.
As Reacher became more deeply involved in this passion play he became aware that there was a plethora of secrets and lies surrounding the inhabitants of Echo county.
Lee Child, while intriguing me with the exploits of his hero Reacher, never convinces me that Reacher was influenced enough to actually give a darn about Carmen Greer's dilemma. I however will march forward to the next novel in the series.
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