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Blue Moon
Blue Moon: A Jack Reacher Novel | Lee Child
15 posts | 13 read | 1 reading | 2 to read
Jack Reacher returns in a heart-racing new novel from Lee Child, creator of "today's James Bond, a thriller hero we can't get enough of" (Ken Follett). In the next highly anticipated installment of Lee Child's acclaimed suspense series, Jack Reacher comes to the aid of an elderly couple . . . and confronts his most dangerous opponents yet.
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DrexEdit
Mehso-so

I have to say, it wasn't my favorite Reacher story. A little too easy to overcome the bad guys and a little too much gratuitous killing. Usually Reacher doesn't kill without a personal reason.

I did read this morning that Lee Child is retiring and his younger brother will take over the series. I wonder if he hasn't already... 🤔

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DrexEdit
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Going to get 12+ inches of snow this weekend. So I've got my hot cocoa and the latest Jack Reacher. Now I don't even have to leave the couch.👍😊❄️❄️❄️❄️ 🍵

Tanisha_A Perfecto! 2w
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LeslieO
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My first and last. Thanks for the giveaway @BookNAround #lastfirst

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LeslieO
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Started the year with a Reacher. Ending the year with a Reacher. And enjoying my Christmas decor before I de-decorate.

Minimalgrl 🥰 Jack Reacher 1mo
LeslieO @Minimalgrl I know! 1mo
alisonrose That looks like such a cozy room ☺️ 1mo
LeahBergen So cozy! 1mo
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BlueStockingReviews
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Pickpick

LEE CHILD‘s writing in Blue Moon is skillfully descriptive and masterfully intense. He makes it easy to visualize the old man with bulging pocket getting off the bus and walking down the street. Check out the full review https://www.bluestockingreviews.com/post/blue-moon

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ClairesReads
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Pickpick

Yes, yes, Reacher is a back. Blue Moon is just a really great read, and has all the spirit of the early Jack Reacher novels. I loved the turf wars context, and there was just enough underlying social commentary to engage me too. Lee Child at his reliable best.

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Jeannineth
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Christmas Vacation includes some quirky pleasures.

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ClairesReads
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An essential palate cleanser

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suzie.reads
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Pickpick

Book 24 in the Jack Reacher series and they are definitely getting better again, I really enjoyed this one 😊 He just kicks ass!!
#seriesread @TheSpineView
#TBRRead #WinterGames +16 points for #TeamElectricSex @LibrarianRyan @StayCurious @Clwojick

TheSpineView 😍😍😍 2mo
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Dcueto
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Reading runs in the family

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suzie.reads
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Starting the latest Jack Reacher book whilst we wait for our roast to cook and the I'm a Celeb final ❤ Love lazy Sunday evenings 😍

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Clint
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Pickpick

Newest Jack Reacher story by Lee Child. I have read them all (I think there are 23?). Quick 2 day read. Fun. Easy. Entertaining. I just bought Child‘s nonfiction book about what makes someone a hero character. I‘m interested to read his perspective.

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Coffeymuse
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1. Finish NaNoWriMo and the tagged book.
2. Family potluck-we all sign up for dishes on our FB page and enjoy a low-key day.

TheSpineView Sounds like a great way to spend Thanksgiving! Enjoy! 2mo
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Jeannineth
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Any Jack Reader fans? Lee child is an automatic buy for me.

TracyReadsBooks Yes! Huge Jack Reacher fan. Haven‘t read this one yet. 2mo
Minimalgrl 🥰 Jack Reacher 2mo
LeslieO Yes! Automatic for me too. The past few years a Reacher is the first book I read in January. (I buy it for myself for Christmas!) 2mo
Lucy_Anywhere I 💜 Jack Reacher! They are my go-to books when I'm in a slump 2mo
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Bowietrek
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Jack Reacher, my favorite character. Dealing with two mobs in an unnamed city. This story puts Reacher in a more humorous situation than usual, when he attempts to help an elderly couple solve a mob problem. I enjoyed reading about the ethnic problems of the mobs and their technological exploits and European/Russian culture. This is one of the best Reacher books.