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The Persuader [Epub] ➝ The Persuader By Lee Child – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Jack Reacher lives for the moment Without a home Without commitment And with a burning desire to right wrongs and rewrite his own agonizing past DEA agent Susan Duffy is living for the future knowing Jack Reacher lives for the moment Without a home Without commitment And with a burning desire to right wrongs and rewrite his own agonizing past DEA agent Susan Duffy is living for the future knowing that she has made a terrible mistake by putting one of her own female agents into a death trap within a heavily guarded Maine mansionStaging a brilliant ruse Reacher hurtles into the dark heart of a vast criminal enterprise Trying to rescue an agent whose time is running out Reacher enters a crime lord's waterfront fortress There he will find a world of secrecy and violence and confront some unfinished business from his own past.

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 465 pages
  • The Persuader
  • Lee Child
  • English
  • 25 May 2015
  • 9780440245988

About the Author: Lee Child

Killing Floor was an immediate success and launched the series which has grown in sales and impact with every new installment The first Jack Reacher movie based on the novel One Shot and starring Tom Cruise and Rosamund Pike was released in December Lee has three homes—an apartment in Manhattan a country house in the south of France and whatever airplane cabin he happens to be in while traveling between the two In the US he drives a supercharged Jaguar which was built in Jaguar's Browns Lane plant thirty yards from the hospital in which he was bornLee spends his spare time reading listening to music and watching the Yankees Aston Villa or Marseilles soccer He is married with a grown up daughter He is tall and slim despite an appalling diet and a refusal to exercise.



10 thoughts on “The Persuader

  1. Alp Alp says:

    People were depending on me I had been beaten many times But I had never just uit Not once Not ever This book OMG my heart is still beating so fast as though it's going to jump out of my chest What an adrenaline pumping rideOk take a deep breathAlright I will keep this short as I know that there's no way I can write this review without going into detail in which will ultimately give the story all away So no spoilers hereOnce again Lee Child dazzles me with this top notch story filled with the thrill of the unforeseeable events and dangerous situations that Reacher had to face This installment contains strong elements of mystery suspense and thriller all rolled into one The book started off great with a heart pounding abduction scene which had me hooked right off the bat As the story went on there were so many thoughts and uestions racing through my mind and every exciting turn of events made my head spin I can tell you that this book kept me on the edge of my seat for almost the entire storyAnd as always Jack Reacher has yet to fail me With his intelligence fearlessness confidence toughness determination and competence he’s definitely made himself one of the most kick ass alpha heroes I've ever read And the best part of this book was the scene where he finished the unfinished task which should have been done ten years ago It was one hell of an execution uick and certain No room for mercy here I stood up Water sluiced off me I staggered a couple of steps Heard Leon Garber in my head What doesn't kill you only makes you stronger All in all this was an engaging read that gripped me and didn’t let go until the very last page I enjoyed it immenselyPersuader is the seventh installment in Jack Reacher series It can be read as a standalone

  2. James Thane James Thane says:

    Jack Reacher is often found minding his own business when something happens right in front of him that propels him into another mission In this case he's walking down a street in Boston when he sees a dead man or at least a man who is supposed to have been dead for ten years And if anyone should know that the guy is supposed to be dead it's ReacherThe man in uestion a particularly nasty character named uinn had crossed paths with Reacher back when Reacher was still in the army Reacher supervised an investigation of uinn which went horribly wrong and left Reacher with some deep emotional scars To see uinn now obviously alive stuns Reacher and he now feels obligated to clean up some unfinished businessIt's otherwise somewhat difficult to review this book or even to describe the setup without giving away something that occurs early on and that readers would be best left to discover for themselves Suffice it to say that like most of the books in this series the action is hard hitting and Reacher will literally be pushed to his limits before all is said and done The setting is particularly good; the villains are particularly villainous and all in all this was a great book to reread while in social isolation

  3. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Persuader‎ Jack Reacher #7 Lee ChildPersuader is the seventh book in the Jack Reacher series written by Lee Child It is written in the first person Jack Reacher is working unofficially with the DEA to bring down a boy's father Zachary Beck who is suspected of smuggling drugs under the pretext of trading in oriental carpets They stage a kidnap effort on Zachary's son Richard Beck A frightened Richard places in his trust on Reacher and asks him to take him back home Reacher gains access to Beck and gradually gains his confidence by working as a hired gunbodyguardتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز هشتم ماه جولای سال 2016 میلادیعنوان وسوسه ی انتقام کتاب 07 از سری جک ریچر؛ نویسنده لی چایلد؛ مترجم محمد عباس آبادی؛ تهران، تندیس، 1394؛ در 524 ص؛ شابک 9786001821691؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان انگلیسی سده 21 مهفتمین کتاب از سر­ی «جک ریچر» با عنوان «وسوسه‌ ی انتقام» است، که در سال 2003 میلادی، برای نخستین بار منتشر شد این داستان با روایت اول شخص، و از زبان خود «جک ریچر» نوشته شده است «جک ریچر»، پلیس پیشین ارتش، سال­‌هاست که ارتش را ترک کرده، و زندگی پرماجرایی را بدون خانواده، بدون دارایی، و بدون هیچ تعهدی، و البته بدون هیچ ترسی، آغاز کرده است با اینکه «ریچر»، به دنبال دردسر نیست، دردسر همه‌­ جا به دنبالش می­‌گردد و آنگاه که دردسر او را پیدا می­‌کند، «ریچر» اهل جا زدن نیست ‌ده سال پیشتر، در یکی از مأموریت‌­های «ریچر»، برای کشتن یک افسر اطلاعات ارتش، که قصد فروختن طرح­‌های یک سلاح سری به «عراق» را داشت، و یکی از همکاران نزدیک «ریچر» را به قتل رساند، کارها خوب پیش نرفت حالا، پس از یک رویارویی تصادفی، همه ­‌چیز برایش دوباره زنده می­‌شود اینجاست که با آخرین شانس خود، روبرو می­‌شود بعضی‌­ها به آن می­‌گویند «انتقام»، بعضی دیگر هم شاید نام «رستگاری» را روی آن بگذارند؛ اما برای «ریچر» چیزی نیست، جز «عدالت» ا شربیانی

  4. Julie Julie says:

    I am totally loving this series Although I think it must be best NOT to read them back to back because then the formula wears through This is a good one tense claustrophobic and non stop action Two uibbles the romance between Reacher and Duffy seemsunmotivated Like the author says to himself And this is the place where I start the romance and proceeded to have Reacher make out with the nearest available female character Also the last 20 percent of the novel seems unduly longand a bit confusing Some tighter editing would have sharpened it up nicely I love it when a plan comes together

  5. Jeff Jeff says:

    This is the first Jack Reacher book I’ve read Maybe I should have started with the first one in the series but I picked up this one used For fifty cents Reading some of the Goodreads comments about the varied uality of the Reacher series I was probably better off starting with this oneThe tricksy misdirection at the beginning of the book aside this was a decent read Reacher reminded me of Robert B Parker’s Spenser big tough smart can handle himself in any situation But he’s not a private investigator and he has fewer scruples than Spenser Plot summary Things go awry people die Usually the bad guys In creative waysI should read something cheery and positive next I probably won’t

  6. Michael Michael says:

    To me this was the best of the series after Killing Floor

  7. William William says:

    4 stars perhaps a bit This and Echo Burning are by far Child's best books in the series so far The pacing is terrific mostly The dialogue and action are very good mostly The climax is good but too drawn out in parts The plot is very very clever This would have been 5 stars if not for Child's momentary returns to excessive detail and repetitive prose As usual with my reviews please first read the publisher’s blurbsummary of the book Thank you Lots and lots of guns in this one The book opens with Reacher wearing a Colt Anaconda which is a huge stainless steel revolver chambered for the44 Magnum cartridge It was thirteen and a half inches long and weighed almost four pounds Full size image Agent Duffy to Reacher You’re going to be my very own long rod penetrator” Duke's machine pistol Steyr SPP Full size image Angel Doll's old Soviet PSM with the rare ammo Full size image Paulie the gatehouse guard is like this guy An NSV is than five feet long and weighs than fifty five pounds It uses cartridges four and a half inches long and a half inch wide It can fire twelve of them in a second It has no safety mechanism The combination of the giant Paulie and an NSV would be nobody’s idea of fun Full size image Zachary's gun Heckler Koch MP5K Full size image Nice uote True for politicians today too the British Army in India during the Raj at the height of their empire Young subalterns trapped in junior ranks had their own mess They would dine together in splendid dress uniforms and talk about their chances of promotion But they had none unless a superior officer died Dead men’s shoes was the rule So they would raise their crystal glasses of fine French wine and toast bloody wars and dread diseases because a casualty further up the chain of command was their only way to get ahead Zachary's gift to Reacher Beretta M9 Special Edition Full size image An English expression I'd never heard before I moved to the UK Reacher says it to goad Paulie “You’re a big girl’s blouse” I said It means you're a coward a weakling a wimp etcThe title character the Mossberg M500 Persuader Full size image

  8. smetchie smetchie says:

    This bad ass walks around with an anaconda in his pants apparently that's a type of revolver but it's still pretty impressive He has an AOL device hidden in his shoe He says nothing a lot So does everyone else in this novel I'm not cut out for crime fiction It bugs me

  9. Krycek Krycek says:

    Gigantic hobo detective Jack Reacher once again wanders into trouble than any happy go lucky wanderer would reasonably expect This time after encountering a ghost from his past a man named uinn who should be dead Reacher gets involved in an undercover DEA operation to take the man and his smuggling operation down Reacher poses as a gun for hire in order to infiltrate uinn's operation The DEA wants him to go in and recover an agent who went missing and is presumably held captive Reacher is going in for personal reasons uinn was supposed to be dead and Reacher is going to make sure he stays that way Child's Reacher series is fairly reliable After reading a couple you pretty much know what you're going to get and you keep reading because what you want is what Child delivers That is action thrills a little sex despicable villains and a big ass juggernaut of justice willing to crack skulls and shoot people until all the bad guys are dead Persuader is no different and that's a good thing Replace any of the items above with Reacher learning to crochet or taking a yoga class andno I would not want to read that The Reacher novels are as Zwolf says over in The Mighty Blow Hole the literary euivalent of a BDAM or Big Dumb Action Movie I have to agree and by the way he also thinks that Dolph Lundgren would be an awesome film Reacher Persuader is a BDAM that's for BDAM sure and it's a heck of a lot of fun You do have to be able to overlook a certain amount of goofiness however This goofiness is stuff that's pretty consistent with Child's other Reacher books For example dialogues often have that rapid fire back and forth Dragnet uality that is sometimes unintentionally hilarious Child doesn't write convincingly about army life cop life or guns During his investigations Reacher often seems to just stumble through it pulling some of the most far fetched subterfuges like view spoilerflipping a car over to simulate a car wreck which is not in itself far fetched but he still had to keep the car looking somewhat okay so he put coats on the pavement to keep the roof from scratching And he almost couldn't get the car flipped back over hide spoiler

  10. Abram Abram says:

    An awesome NovelMy RATING 445The Novel is in full throttle The flashback story line is awesome and the twist in the flashback is great The novel is fun and intriguing Back to awesomeness See u guys at next Thank you

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