Worth Dying For: (Jack Reacher 15)
- Lee Child
The next in the Jack Reacher books, after reading number 14 (61 Hours) last month. For some reason I struggled to get into this at first, but not through any fault of the book. I think I just had other things going on, so didn't really get the chance to sit and read it enough. Once I did get into it, however, I was hooked and really enjoyed it!
Jack Reacher has ended up in another small town, whose residents are being controlled by a nasty bunch of brothers. There are mysteries past and present to be solved... lucky Reacher is there then! I won't give anything away, but it was more typical Jack Reacher shenanigans, with a touch of sadness.
- Gillian Flynn
I went to see 'Gone Girl' at the cinema, and loved the film. I later found out it was based on the book by Gillian Flynn, so I requested all three of her novels for Christmas. 'Sharp Objects' is the first one.
Oooooh, what can I say?! I couldn't put it down - so good! It's pretty dark, somewhat disturbing, and keeps you intrigued throughout. Camille is a journalist who reluctantly has to go back to the hometown she's kept away from for many years, in order to report on a year old murder and a currently missing girl. A more intense and sinister read than the escapism of Jack Reacher, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. Keep away if you like a cheery read - this isn't exactly uplifting! It sticks with you, though, and keeps you thinking about it.
I'm looking forward to reading the next book by this author!
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