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  1. I'm about 65% through the second Jack Reacher book on my Kindle. He's basically a psychopath whose sheer masculinity, and prowess at eye gouging and thousand yard sniper shots, turns women's knickers moist with anticipation at the moonlit/stormlit/sunlit rogering they're going to receive. People are always shrugging. And nodding their heads. On one page, some form of nodding and shrugging seemed to happen every other line. The second book is full of professional FBI types going about their business. Unfortunately, they spend so much time shrugging, that they seem uninterested, like stoners who'd rather be rooting through a cupboard for a tube of Pringles, than nailing the bad guys. This is my favourite paragraph so far from the second book, to describe some holes in a roof... What makes the books so good, is the underlying feeling that Lee Child takes these stories very seriously. If there's a sense of irony, I haven't found it yet. In a way, I hope it stays that way. Reacher is a like Bond/Bauer hybrid, who could probably kick the shit out of both those guys, and it's great fun seeing him get the best of the baddies in a ridiculously over confident manner. Seventeen of the bloody things so far as well! I'm trying to read them in order. Anyone else a Reacher fan? Anything spoilery, spoiler tag it with the book it's from as a warning. The full list of books and their order can be found here: http://en.wikipedia....er_novel_series
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