Truly fortunate is the way I have felt recently, more so than usual. I want to thank everyone for their support thus far as we continue to try to find our way here @ Gelati’s Scoop. We have made some incredible friends on Facebook, Goodreads, Twitter and now Book Blogs. We hope that we are fortunate enough to have that continue and grow.
One of the new features I want to quickly highlight is our new store. Clicking on the Gelati’s Store tab on our blog will take you to our Amazon Store, you wouldn’t have to leave our site. The nice thing about it is that you can purchase not just books & ebooks on it, but you get anything Amazon has to offer. Everything they have from soup to nuts, but I guess in Amazon’s case it would be from blenders to kayaks and everything in between. We are amped up about it, and hope that you give the new feature a try and give us your feedback on it.
Now to 61 Hours. What is there left to be said about Lee Child /Jack Reacher? We have featured them in our Blast from the Past this month, please check the archive and give it a read if you missed it. 61 Hours is a different approach to the usual timeline in a Reacher novel, and I for one love the twist. Child keeps us moving & moving closer to the endgame and ratcheting up the tension with each passing hour.
Reacher of course is his usual composed self, doing what he does best. He sees details others overlook, going through each event in a deliberate progression to either prove or disprove the fact it happened a certain way or not at all. He basically boils all that is thrown at him to its basic elements and comes up with the right answer time and time again.
61 Hours is Lee Child at his best, the other Reacher novels are nothing to sneeze at, but this is the bomb. Who would think that he could do better? I am loving it! When is the next one out? If it is next year, then it is only 8592 hours till it’s released. My question to you if you are a Child / Reacher fan, would you enjoy a prequel- one that involved a case when he was a special investigator? I would, definitely!
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