Die Trying By Lee Child Ebook Download


About Die Trying

Jack Reacher finds himself in bad company in the second novel in Lee Child’s New York Times bestselling series.

Jack Reacher is an innocent bystander when he witnesses a woman kidnapped off a Chicago street in broad daylight. In the wrong place at the wrong time, he’s kidnapped with her. Chained together, locked in the back of a stifling van, and racing across America to an unknown destination for an unknown purpose, they’re at the mercy of a group of men demanding an impossible ransom. Because this mysterious woman is worth more than Reacher ever suspected. Now he has to save them both—from the inside out—or die trying...

The early Jack Reacher books were action packed and at least somewhat plausible. This one isn’t either action or plausible. I think Mr. Child is just slamming books out now for the money. Not for the art. Very disappointing.

Nothing else to say.


thought the ending was too short, dispatched rather than tied together

Like always, a good read.

That’s all I can say! Read it now.

I did not enjoy this second book nearly as much as the first (killing floor). Without warning the start of a chapter was an entirely different story that tied in much later. For many chapters the jumping back and forth without warning or reason made it difficult for me to keep my interest. I found myself plugging through mainly because I was into the book now and seen my way through it. Once nearly complete everything previous started to make sense which made the finish an easier read. I hope the third (trip wire) will be better.

Simple the best! My heart was pounding through the entire book....so I read really fast. Excellent. Lee Child is getting to be my favorite author.

Most people don't know that the Nazi’s are Far Left not far Right, using the symbol of fascist with a far right group makes no sense. Far Right is maximum Freedom lol and swastika is clearly not attached to that. It's a fiction book I get it, but I like books that at least try and be factual around the fiction, it gives the book the feel that it could be real.

After reading the first book in this series (Killing Floor) I was a bit depressed at how long it took this second Reacher story to grab me and make me want to keep reading. It starts slow and, at least for me, didn't pick up until 250 + pages into the book. Once pulled in to the story I found it ok. A fairly simple read, pretty easy to tell what was coming next, who did what... No surprises with a standard, maybe more below standard ending for this type story. Now I'm off to start the third Reacher story. Hoping for a bit more this time.

Thus far on my Jack Reacher Journey this book is the weakest.

Always riveting. They can't be written fast enough for me. Lee Childs is brilliant and keeps this girl up all night and reading way too fast!!! Hope Jack Reacher lives long and tough. Keep them coming Lee!

I absolutely didn't want to put this down. I just started reading lee's books and I don't want to stop. I'm starting tripwire tomorrow and I can't wait.

This book isn't one of those super deep books its very to the point which gives you a feeling of being there

My entire family (mother,father,sister & brother) have been reading the Jack Reacher series. They kept telling me how good the books were , so I decided to give them a shot. "Die Trying" is my 2nd Reacher book ( I decided to read them in the order they were written) and I am absolutely in love with him ! I can't wait to start "Tripwire" tomorrow. Lee Child is a great author.....LOVE this series!!

Huge fan of the Reacher series. This was my least favorite of the seven I have read. This and Echo Burning relied on too many white racist cliches, seems to be lazy in thought and in the writing. Could never get away with stereotyping people of color the way he does white people. The winds of political correctness blow through these books. Oh well, there are other good ones in the series to read!

unfortunately a very unsophisticated tale; especially for true Jack Reacher fans. Different lyrics, no surprises. Waste of time.


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