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  • ISBN 9573325837
  • ISBN13 978-9573325833
  • Language Chinese
  • Author Lee Child
  • Publisher Huang Guan (October 1, 2009)
  • Pages 480
  • Formats azw mobi mbr docx
  • Category Mystery and Suspense
  • Subcategory Mystery
  • Size ePub 1420 kb
  • Size Fb2 1104 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 355


The prequel The Enemy (published in 2004) is the eighth book in the Jack Reacher series written by Lee Child. It is narrated in the first person

The prequel The Enemy (published in 2004) is the eighth book in the Jack Reacher series written by Lee Child. It is narrated in the first person. In the last hours of 1989, Major Gen. Kenneth Kramer dies of a heart attack in a seedy North Carolina motel, apparently while in the company of a prostitute. MP Maj. Jack Reacher investigates and comes to the conclusion that the woman Kramer was with stole his briefcase.

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The Enemy by Lee Child is a Jack Reacher novel that goes back to a time before Major Reacher left the army. He is a Military Police officer assigned to investigate the death of a two-star general in a motel in North Carolina. The case becomes complicated when the general’s briefcase is discovered missing and his wife’s body is found at another location. Nonetheless, I thought this novel was very well written.

LEE CHILD is the author of ten Jack Reacher thrillers, including the New York Times bestsellers Persuader, the Barry Award Winner The Enemy, and One Shot, which has been optioned for a major motion picture by Paramount Pictures

LEE CHILD is the author of ten Jack Reacher thrillers, including the New York Times bestsellers Persuader, the Barry Award Winner The Enemy, and One Shot, which has been optioned for a major motion picture by Paramount Pictures. His debut, Killing Floor, won both the Anthony and the Barry Awards for Best First Mystery. The hardcover book was an academic monograph from a Midwestern university about the Battle of Kursk. Kursk happened in July of 1943. It was Nazi Germany's last grand offensive of World War Two and its first major defeat on an open battlefield.

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nailer
This is my second time through the Jack Reacher series; The Enemy is without question his finest hour. Reacher's finest hour, and Lee Child's masterpiece.
Everything we love about Reacher is here: his stoicism, his realism, his (almost) complete control of the world around him, with some violence and sex and Wild West justice thrown in to a terrific whodunnit.
But in The Enemy, Reacher is vulnerable. We see his weakness, his loss, and somewhere deep down, his loneliness. This book is the context for the whole series.
Kudos, Mr. Child, for this wonderful book. I'm left wondering: who is the enemy?
Vonalij
The Enemy by Lee Child is a Jack Reacher novel that goes back to a time before Major Reacher left the army. He is a Military Police officer assigned to investigate the death of a two-star general in a motel in North Carolina. The case becomes complicated when the general’s briefcase is discovered missing and his wife’s body is found at another location. Reacher clashes with officers above him in the chain of commands and uses his brains and his physical strength to uncover serious corruption. I have enjoyed all of the Reacher novels and this was no exception.Romanov CurseRomanov QuestHimmler's Mistress: Volume ThreeUltimate DutyGood Fortune's CurseAn Innocent Lie
Uafrmaine
The Affair was such a much better book that this was a disappointment. I like to read a series in order but since The Affair arrived earlier and they are each while Reacher is in the Army, I decided to read The Affair first. Glad I did or I'd never have read this book. The part I enjoyed was about his mother and brother. There were parts that I didn't enjoy because it seemed out of his character--even within the book.
Anasius
Reacher was sort of a genius figuring out the solution. But two things I did not like: a) Child spends way too much in some stories that have little to do with the main plot.

And b) and this is the worst, this book happens evidently in a time previous to some of the previous books. Some of the characters in this book had already died in previous books. I've been reading these books in order, only to find this reverse sequence.
Ballardana
Multi faceted non-stop thriller. The story line is perfect, all the right stuff, intrigue, suspense, the bad guys coming after the good guy who is coming after them! Yeah baby! A real page turner. The book puts Jack Reacher back in the army, so it's a prequel, caught me off guard, as I have been reading the entire line of Jack Reacher novels, and he had been out of the army for several years in the pervious books. But, it also fills in some questions I had regarding Reacher's time as an MP and why he left the military, so it works. I highly recommend this book.
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This is the eighth in the series, but it gives you a basic understanding of Reacher as an elite MP major and why he was one of those cut loose when the army downsized after the fall of the old Soviet Union. Along with more of his personal life and family. Helps to flesh out the character. And the mystery is well written, keeping your interest even if some parts are fairly predictable to a Reacher fan.
Goltikree
These reviews usually seem a waste of time to read, only offering a vague sense of any real content or value. This book made me join in and offer up my own version of offering. This was a really good book, short of extraordinary, but still great. What a good idea for Lee Child to go back and let the reader see Reacher in action during his Army tenure. Genius. Now all subsequent books will be rife with memory and substance that would be lacking without this perspective. Really good book and great characters. Thanks Child!
The Tom Cruise movie was enjoyable, but I didn't realize there were fans ticked-off that the dark-haired, 5-foot-7-inch actor portrayed the dirty-blond, 6-foot-5-inch hero until I stumbled upon a Lee Child interview in the October 2012 Playboy magazine. Heck, I didn't even know who Jack Reacher was, let alone that there were nineteen novels about the guy. Nineteen novels! Holy moly, I was clearly arriving late to the whole Jack Reacher phenomenon. One of the web sites listed them in the sequence they were first published as well as in chronological order. The 8th published (2004) novel, "The Enemy," is really the 1st Jack Reacher adventure. The 16th published (2011) work is Reacher's 2nd adventure. After that, the rest of the novels, beginning with "Killing Floor," are in chronological as well as published order. Go ahead. Go get some aspirin for the headache this is causing you. I'll wait.

Mr. Child has created an edgy hero who seems like an amalgamation of Mr. Spock and Dirty Harry. He's also quite the cynic, a loner, smart, and knows how to kick some serious butt when HE feels it's necessary. I'd bet dollars to donuts that most guys reading Mr. Child's books secretly wish they were Jack Reacher. Despite the film-noir tone, there is quite a bit of amusing wordplay and, surprisingly, no profanity in the thing. A great mystery is one in which the author effectively uses misdirection to keep the reader guessing. I've read more challenging mysteries, but there were enough surprises, action, and mounting tension to keep me glued to "The Enemy." Rarely, do I continue reading a book series, but in this case, "The Affair" (#16 but really #2) is the next novel on my list.