Die Trying
Lee Child
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Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM By Lee Child

In a Chicago suburb, a dentist is met in his office parking lot by three men and ordered into the trunk of his Lexus On a downtown sidewalk, Jack Reacher and an unknown woman are abducted in broad daylight by two men practiced and confident who stop them at gunpoint and hustle them into the same sedan Then Reacher and the woman are switched into a second vehicle andIn a Chicago suburb, a dentist is met in his office parking lot by three men and ordered into the trunk of his Lexus On a downtown sidewalk, Jack Reacher and an unknown woman are abducted in broad daylight by two men practiced and confident who stop them at gunpoint and hustle them into the same sedan Then Reacher and the woman are switched into a second vehicle and hauled away, leaving the dentist bound and gagged inside his car with the woman s abandoned possessions, two gallons of gasoline and a burning match The FBI is desperate to rescue the woman, a Special Agent from the Chicago office, because the FBI always always takes care of its own, and because this woman is not just another agent Reacher and the woman join forces, against seemingly hopeless odds, to outwit their captors and escape But the FBI thinks Jack is one of the kidnappers and when they close in, the Bureau snipers will be shooting to kill.
  • Title: Die Trying
  • Author: Lee Child
  • ISBN: 9780399143793
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Hardcover

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Kemper Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
Since I despised the first Jack Reacher novel Killing Floor you may be wondering why I read this second entry in this series. It’s all Tom Cruise’s fault.Yeah, I know the Reacher fans were generally unhappy with Tiny Tom being cast as their hero who is supposed to be 6’5”, but I actually enjoyed the movie adaptation Jack Reacher quite a bit. Believe it or not a big chunk of the credit goes to Cruise who managed to convey the cocky arrogance needed while making it entertaining instead of [...]
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Alp Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
“Get a problem, solve a problem,” he said. “That’s my rule.”This was a winner!I can wholeheartedly say that this book totally went above and beyond my expectations. It is a brilliant and intense mystery/thriller story with tons of action and several heart-stopping moments. If compared to the first book in the series, the plot is more complex and the characters have more depth. Surprisingly good! I can’t remember the last time I felt like my heart was going to burst from excitement wh [...]
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Supratim Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
Once again I accompany Jack Reacher, ex-military policeman-turned-drifter, in his adventure. Die Trying is the second book in the series and here Reacher has gone to Chicago. He tries to help a young, attractive woman struggling on crutches with her laundry. In return for his courtesy he gets kidnapped along with the woman. The woman, Holly, claims to be a FBI and there are other interesting facts about her which would revealed as the story progresses.In case you don’t know who Reacher is – [...]
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James Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
So, this time Jack Reacher is captured by some Waco style militia group. They've also captured a, coincidentally beautiful, FBI agent with a sports injury. Together they must escape, trust each other, fall a little bit in love, foil the bad guys, and maybe have a little bit of nookie on the wayIn fact coincidence is the key word in this novel, coincidence and cliché. Frankly there's way too much of them both throughout. The novel wavered between a 2-star and a 3-star for me. On the one hand the [...]
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Jim Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
I really enjoyed the first Jack Reacher novel, Killing Floor, but this second attempt was utter bilge. From a ridiculous opening set-up, the novel descends into a mixture of adolescent fantasy, incredible happenstance, laughable set pieces and ridiculous plot twists. On the other hand, it says something about Lee Child as a writer in that he very nearly gets away with it, because much as I was groaning at how amateur the whole thing seemed, I kept reading, almost to the end. Almost. I gave up wh [...]
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Harry Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
I'm going to add the same review for all of the Reacher series, so if you've read this one, you've read 'em all. If you feel a certain affinity for the lone hero, a man of principle, of unwavering knowledge and assent as to his own actions, than Jack Reacher's your kinda guy. Lee Child has created an unforgettable and unique character in his creation of Jack Reacher. Jack seems to implicitly understand that he is a unique animal/human running around on this planet and that in spite of social con [...]
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James Thane Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
In this, his second outing, ex-Army Major Jack Reacher is minding his own business, walking past a dry cleaning shop in Chicago, when an attractive young woman emerges from the shop with nine bags of expensive clothes, a bad knee, and a crutch. She drops the crutch and Reacher jumps to her assistance. In the same moment, two armed kidnappers materialize and order Reacher and the woman into a waiting car.As any crime fiction reader understands by now, Reacher could take these two thugs with no pr [...]
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Gary Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
It wasn't bad. The book was on its way to a four star rating for sure and then it just seemed to slow down. Reacher was kidnapped along with a girl in the beginning and it was interesting. The plot moved nicely, and the interjections of deep thought by Reacher added to the story.At some point I felt like it became an escape and get captured version of Groundhog Day. Its kind of ironic when I think about when I read it. It wasn't a bad read, it just felt like more of the same. After awhile I star [...]
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Jim Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
I tried & kept giving Child the benefit of the doubt, but just can't take it any more. Child has some great overall plots, interesting places & characters. He really got my hopes up with this one. The FBI part is well done. It's a shame they are all ruined by making Reacher a super hero in human form. Child never passes up any opportunity to make Reacher 'look good', but it keeps backfiring.My breaking point came in a horse barn. (view spoiler)[The heroine just had her bad knee kicked a [...]
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Donna Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
Whew. After reading a few pages at a time for a couple of weeks, I finally got sucked into the vortex of Die Trying and lost most of a weekend finishing it. The reason it took me so long to really commit to it was that I was afraid—really afraid—of what might happen next. And yet, of course, I had to find out.One nice thing about vicarious suspense is that, no matter what may befall the characters, the reader almost always survives.As usual with books by Lee Child, I learned a great deal abo [...]
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Abram(Aegus) Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
My Rating : 4.8/5Die Trying is the second installment in the Jack Reacher Series. Die Trying is wrote in a third person perspective where as the first book was in first person. I really loved the person perspective but the third person perspective covered more ground. So, No problem. The prose and writing in this book is better than the first one but stilled the pacing felt a bit more slow. Here and There. The characters are well written and yeah, The dialogues are exceptionally good and correct [...]
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Amy Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
This was so bad. I started out really enjoying this series, but I'm losing interest. It's disappointing.The storyline was interesting with unique twists and turns but the minutiae was lame. Like having a love scene just after Holly & Reacher discover the dead body of the FBI spy who was discovered and was basically crucified by the 'bad guys'. It was tasteless and tacky. Plus, then when Holly is finally rescued from being kidnapped, instead of running to her Dad first she runs to Reacher. Th [...]
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Mike (the Paladin) Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
I started the Reacher (as everyone calls Jack, Reacher) books a while back and have since picked up one now and then. I watched the movie a while back and decided I'd start to 'try" and catch up with the series.This one was (for me) the weakest so far. That said it is the second in the series so I live in hope that the books will get better. Here the plot is rather weak and as always there's a certain implausibility about Reacher altogether.The book does deliver on the action as that's sort of t [...]
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Stuart Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
"If you go down to the woods todayyou are in for a BIG surprise"Die Trying improves on some of my issues with the previous instalment, though there are also some downsides. Which is a good thing, as hopefully those issues will be improved later in the series. I whizzed through this book. I took the father to a game of cricket (please note I'm not a fan of very slow sports). But it gave me a chance to finish this novel, BOOM.Jack's just taking a leisurely walk downtown Chicago, and happens to be [...]
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Richard Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
7.5/10A much better effort than the first novel, Killing Floor, which flows better overall due to the change in style from first person to third person and has a more interesting plot because of it. Not only that, but the fact that it was in the third person allowed for longer sentences, some even had more than 5 words in them. The author was making huge steps in that regard.By no means was this a tour de force, it was a generic airport read if you will. Easy to get into, easy to read, easy to f [...]
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Tara Gabor Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
I am Jack Reacher's newest fan. My mother has read all of the books, so I am lagging behind, but having heard her speak about the character so often, I decided to try Lee Child's short story, "Deep Down". I was hooked Jack Reacher is a cross between 007, a Texas Ranger, and Dr. Kimble. He is loveable but deadly. After finishing the short story, I eagerly consumed the first two novels. Jack Reacher appears to always find himself at the wrong place at the wrong time. He is misunderstood by authori [...]
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Johnny Williams Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
Jack Reacher is at again-- as Lee Child continues to develop this charactoer the more I like him. The quintessential American hero is taking shape-- and is almost a superman-- with every human trick up his sleeve-- Child gives a lot of facts in his novel as well --- most certainly ballistics and weaponry -- he makes some attempt at a love story but it is more of a hero worship love affair -- surrounded by his near super-heroic antics--still ya got a love a good action book and this one is nothin [...]
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Rizwan Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
It was good overall, not great or superb by any means. After Killing Floor's complete first person narrative, I didn't much care for the always shifting third person narration from multitude of viewpoints. And that's another thing, there were way too many characters who shared the same amount of space and focus, so much so that Jack Reacher himself had almost gotten reduced to a supporting character in his own series! The first half was good, but as we discover our main antagonists and what's ha [...]
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Josh Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
Ok, let me get this off my chest, this is a very good novel, very, very good. We're talking Ian Fleming good. But there are two problems, though from the look of other reviews this might be a personal problem rather than a literary one. Decide for yourselves.The first problem is that Jack Reacher is billed as being a Arnold Schwarzenegger type character, a modern Conan the Barbarian (the novels not the movies, the literary version is very different to the film portrayals) or even Bernard Cornwel [...]
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Monty Cupcake ☠ Queen of Bloodshed ☠ Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
Better than the first book, which I found slow. This one wasn't slow, much more engaging. Jack Reacher helps an injured woman carry her dry cleaning and is kidnapped along with her by wannabe militiamen. They're held hostage by these men and it's up to Jack to figure out how to escape. The villain in this book was a fanatic who was described as resembling to Pilsbury Doughboy. At least that's how I pictured him, but with a wannabe leader persona that was mixing up the crazy koolaid. The main lad [...]
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Adrian Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
Like the first in the Jack Reacher series, this was both recommended and given to me by a good friend. Like the first I really enjoyed it, and have given it 4 stars, it was well written and fast paced. And now comes the but, I think, and we shall see, whether I might find these books becoming a little formulaic. As I said so far, after 2, I have enjoyed them and the character, but will he become predictable and boring ??
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Ithlilian Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
The Reacher books overuse the words "right" and "ok." Seriously, it is extremely annoying. Go get the notebook ok? He looks like he's mad right? Every other piece of dialogue has the words "right" or "ok." Other than that, these books are decent. Typical action based shoot em up style books. Reacher is a badass and doesn't follow whatever rules or laws you have in place to govern your society. He's a loner, and doesn't like to be in any place for more than a few days. As far as I could tell from [...]
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Arielle Walker Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
I'm trying to convince my boyfriend that reading is not boring, pointless, or just plain stupid, and so I'm on a quest to find him things to read that might change his mind. I have a feeling he may like Jack Reacher, so I'm going to re-read the series I think, just to make sure.It's a tricky business - if I give him a book that doesn't beat his expectations, he may not make another attempt. I have to tread carefully. Oh, and I can hear you thinking "why would you start with Die Trying, it's not [...]
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Sandeep Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
Shit load of coincidences and an uninteresting storyline. Not half as good as the first Reacher novel (Killíng Floor) I read.
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Elahe Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
اگر قتلگاه رو دوست داشتین این کتاب رو هم دوست خواهید داشت. در کل کتاب خوبی بود. مثل کتاب قبل پر از جزییات و توصیفات دقیق. اما فرقش با قتلگاه این بود که راوی اول شخص نبود. نگاه کردن به داستان از دید جک ریچر خیلی جالب تر بود. تحلیل های ریچر بدون واسطه زبانی منتقل میشد و دقیقا همون چی [...]
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Pamela Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
While I found this book entertaining, I remember now why I hadn't picked it up sooner -- because I read the first book in the series and didn't care for it much. I find the writing style annoying. The choppy sentence fragments are bad enough. The long strings of descriptive synonyms just about drove me spare. In an industry which pays by the word, I can't believe some editor did not put her foot down and cut out some of those redundant descriptors. The characters also all seem mildly retarded be [...]
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Panagiotis Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
Δεν ήμουν ο ίδιος αναγνώστης που διάβασε το πρώτο του βιβλίο και ενθουσιάστηκε ή όντως ήταν τόσο κακό το βιβλίο; Νομίζω το δεύτερο. Η τριβή μου με τα βιβλία μου έχει δώσει μια μικρή θωράκιση από τις αναγνωστικές περιστάσεις. Το γούστο μου δεν είναι έρμαιο των ανέμων.Βαρετό, δ [...]
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Paula Kalin Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
I wish I knew Jack Reacher. That he was a friend of mine. Reacher takes care of his friends. No matter where you might be in the world he will come and find you. Reacher is loyal. You can always count on him.Jack Reacher likes women. He likes intelligent women. Reacher looks out for women. Reacher is not someone to mess with. He's smart, courageous, patriotic, and extremely well trained. He has a calm about him that works well in tough situations. He is an avenger for those less fortunate. Jack [...]
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Jane Stewart Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
Fun, escapist entertainment, exciting adventure, mostly action and suspense. Rambo and Die Hard fans should like thisORY BRIEF:A group of neo-Nazi militants in Montana plan to attack something in America. They kidnap Holly off the street in Chicago. Holly is an FBI agent. Jack happens to be walking by when the kidnapping occurs, and the bad guys take him as well. Holly and Jack are tied up in the back of a van and being transported to Montana.Jack was a major in the military police for 13 years. [...]
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Karen Feb 23, 2020 - 01:45 AM
I read this immediately following the first novel in the series, Killing Floor. The first thing I noticed was the first person narrative of the first book was gone. What became apparent the more I read was that Lee Child’s sophomore effort suffers because of it. The short, choppy writing style felt natural written in the first person. It fit Jack Reacher’s character perfectly. From a third person perspective it comes across, well, short and choppy. And annoying. All the characters speak in t [...]
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Die Trying By Lee Child In a Chicago suburb, a dentist is met in his office parking lot by three men and ordered into the trunk of his Lexus On a downtown sidewalk, Jack Reacher and an unknown woman are abducted in broad daylight by two men practiced and confident who stop them at gunpoint and hustle them into the same sedan Then Reacher and the woman are switched into a second vehicle andIn a Chicago suburb, a dentist is met in his office parking lot by three men and ordered into the trunk of his Lexus On a downtown sidewalk, Jack Reacher and an unknown woman are abducted in broad daylight by two men practiced and confident who stop them at gunpoint and hustle them into the same sedan Then Reacher and the woman are switched into a second vehicle and hauled away, leaving the dentist bound and gagged inside his car with the woman s abandoned possessions, two gallons of gasoline and a burning match The FBI is desperate to rescue the woman, a Special Agent from the Chicago office, because the FBI always always takes care of its own, and because this woman is not just another agent Reacher and the woman join forces, against seemingly hopeless odds, to outwit their captors and escape But the FBI thinks Jack is one of the kidnappers and when they close in, the Bureau snipers will be shooting to kill.

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