The Midnight Line (Jack Reacher, #22) by Lee Child

The Midnight Line (Jack Reacher, #22)

Reacher takes a stroll through a small Wisconsin town and sees a class ring in a pawn shop window: West Point 2005. A tough year to graduate: Iraq, then Afghanistan. The ring is tiny, for a woman, and it has her initials engraved on the inside. Reacher wonders what unlucky circumstance made her give up something she earned over four hard years. He decides to find out. And find the woman. And return her ring. Why not?So begins a harrowing journey ...

Details The Midnight Line (Jack Reacher, #22)

TitleThe Midnight Line (Jack Reacher, #22)
Release DateNov 7th, 2017
PublisherDelacorte Press
GenreThriller, Fiction, Mystery, Crime, Suspense

Reviews The Midnight Line (Jack Reacher, #22)

  • Ace
    Jack Reacher. You could call him Bigfoot. You could call him The Hulk. But you could never call him Tom Cruise.
  • Matt
    Lee Child is back with the twenty-second high-impact Jack Reacher novel that pulls on various aspects of current affairs, while addressing some large tears in the military fabric of the United States. While strolling through a Wisconsin town, Reacher comes across a petite West Point ring from the graduating class of 2005. With little on his plate and nothing to lose, Reacher begins asking questions, in hopes of returning the ring to its rightful ...
  • Susan Johnson
    This is one of the best Jack Reacher books ever. It's not even in comparison to the last two so-so books. It is simply one of the best and has everything in it that has made us fall in love with Reacher and follow the 6'5", 250 pound former military policeman who ambles across America with no real destination or goal in mind. He travels lightly with only a toothbrush and buys his clothes at thrift stores rather than launder him. He has that Ameri...
  • Paul
    For the 22nd time, Lee Child's creation of Jack Reacher, came rip-roaring back to life onto the streets, alleyways and bars. Right at home. Although getting a little played out, I'm still captivated by the life of the fifty-something year-old wandering nomad - American Hero. The main draw of this popular character-driven narrative. At the drop of a hat, he went whenever and wherever the wind blew. Sounds like retirement. Although I can't say much...
  • Phrynne
    I really enjoyed this twenty second outing with Jack Reacher. It started out smart and funny and developed into an excellent story.Of course Jack's latest girlfriend from the last book disappeared instantly. Not surprising really since he doesn't own a suitcase let alone a house. Not good relationship material. Good story material though which of course is why we all keep reading him:)Basically a brilliant way of passing a few hours without overt...
  • Dorie
    Before I get any fans upset about my review, a three star from me denotes a good book. So that stated I will say I know this series has millions of fans who would probably read a grocery list written by Mr. Child. My husband is a fan and we thought we’d have a little buddy read. He has read all of the Jack Reacher books so he filled me in on the background of the character as I didn’t think there would be much in this book describing Jack sin...
  • Tim
    There once was a character named Reacher.Who whupped on bad dudes like a creature.Now Reacher's a shell of his once former self.With writing so lame, so timid, so tame.I'm not sticking around for that feature.0 of 10 stars
  • Brenda
    As a long time Reacher Creature, I went into this book blind. My only expectation was that Reacher would get himself into a situation, and he did. This is a good one. Very enjoyable.
  • Monnie
    By now - the 22nd book in the series - Jack Reacher seems like an old friend. And like most old friends, he's welcome to visit my home any time he wants. Thankfully, though, he's not the real deal and I don't need to feed him; at 6 feet 5 and not far from 300 pounds, this former West Pointer wouldn't make it much beyond breakfast on what we've got in our fridge.Speaking of West Point, the academy provides the impetus for this story. On his way to...
  • Bam
    Just in time for Veteran's Day, another Jack Reacher book has been released, which examines what happens to wounded servicemen and women when they come home. After Michelle Chang leaves Reacher, he climbs on yet another bus and heads north. At a rest break, he spots a West Point ring in a pawn shop and is moved to find out more about the owner. Reacher runs into resistance right away but learns enough to begin following a trail that leads him to ...