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There are heroes. And then there's Reacher.,
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Tripwire (Jack Reacher) (Gebundene Ausgabe)
Reacher, the protagonist in "Tripwire" is a hero. A salt of the earth guy with solid morals and streetsmarts. He really doesn't want to get involved with anyone else's life - and doesn't want anyone involved with his. But once people lacking his decency force their way into his life . . . well, they get hurt. And you feel good because they do. Real good. Granted, there are few bumps in the plot, but they easily tossed aside because you want to move on to the next page and the one after that to learn what happens. Reacher is in one of those fallow periods every man would love to have . . . no fixed abode, no obligations, no responsibilities and no thought of tomorrow. He's digging swimming pools in Key West. Someone from up north is looking for him . . . and the regulated mayhem begins. Reacher is not all action. He thinks. He feels. And best of all, he's human. You can finish "Tripwire" and feel exhilarated because you've just spent some time in the company of a genuine hero. And in this day and age of Clinton morality, that's a real change. A welcome one.