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By Lee Child Paola Merla | Comments: ( 888 ) | Date: ( Oct 14, 2019 )

Nome Jack Reacher, ex agente della polizia militare, un vero duro, distintosi per coraggio e onest nelle molteplici azioni in cui stato impegnato, fino a diventare una leggenda vivente Luogo Margrave, una tranquilla cittadina della Georgia rurale, dove nulla sembra accadere e tutto pare avvolto nel pi assoluto anonimato Ora, quasi per caso, sull onda di un vago ricNome Jack Reacher, ex agente della polizia militare, un vero duro, distintosi per coraggio e onest nelle molteplici azioni in cui stato impegnato, fino a diventare una leggenda vivente Luogo Margrave, una tranquilla cittadina della Georgia rurale, dove nulla sembra accadere e tutto pare avvolto nel pi assoluto anonimato Ora, quasi per caso, sull onda di un vago ricordo che riaffiora alla sua memoria, Jack Reacher giunge a Margrave proprio nel momento in cui la polizia scopre un efferato delitto Ma, quel che peggio, in breve le indagini sembrano far convergere su di lui tutti i sospetti Chiuso nella prigione della contea, Jack dovr dimostrare fino a prova contraria la propria innocenza a un intera comunit che lo ha gi condannato Del resto, chi meglio di uno sconosciuto, giunto a turbare la quiete di Margrave con il suo misterioso passato, pu essere accusato di un crimine cos orrendo Ma, dietro l ovattato perbenismo, la cittadina, ancora incredula e stordita per quanto accaduto, nasconde una realt ben pi cinica e torbida, nella quale si muovono strani personaggi una giovane e bella poliziotta assetata di giustizia che s innamora di Jack un detective nero privo di scrupoli e pronto a tutto un bancario che nasconde uno scandaloso e inconfessabile segreto E la faccenda si complica quando un nuovo elemento sembra aggravare ancor pi la posizione dell ex poliziotto Quale legame lo univa alla vittima Quale oscuro sortilegio l ha condotto in quel vicolo cieco E come uscire da una zona pericolosa che per lui, a ogni passo, sembra trasformarsi in una trappola senza scampo In questo esordio narrativo ad alta tensione, Lee Child si dimostra degno dei migliori maestri del thriller Abile nelle descrizioni e nella caratterizzazione dei personaggi, egli riesce a fondere mirabilmente suspense e colpi di scena in una miscela esplosiva di emozioni, coinvolgendo dall inizio alla fine il lettore nel suo sottile labirinto fatto di ipotesi e di trepide attese.

  • Title: Zona pericolosa
  • Author: Lee Child Paola Merla
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  • Page: 343
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Lee Child Paola Merla

Lee Child was born October 29th, 1954 in Coventry, England, but spent his formative years in the nearby city of Birmingham By coincidence he won a scholarship to the same high school that JRR Tolkien had attended He went to law school in Sheffield, England, and after part time work in the theater he joined Granada Television in Manchester for what turned out to be an eighteen year career as a presentation director during British TV s golden age During his tenure his company made Brideshead Revisited, The Jewel in the Crown, Prime Suspect, and Cracker But he was fired in 1995 at the age of 40 as a result of corporate restructuring Always a voracious reader, he decided to see an opportunity where others might have seen a crisis and bought six dollars worth of paper and pencils and sat down to write a book, Killing Floor, the first in the Jack Reacher series.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 2012.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 born.Lee 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.

Comments Zona pericolosa

  • Kemper

    This reads like an '80s action movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.A big tough ex-military guy drifts into a small town and is sucked into uncovering a vast criminal conspiracy through completely unbelievable coincidences. - Check.Hero has a cool, manly sounding name: Jack Reacher. - CheckHero is quickly given a personal grudge against the villains. - CheckBad dialogue. - Check.Stereotypical villains including corrupt businessmen and politicians. - Check.Hero finds a few trustworthy allies, but [...]

  • Chris"Gunner" McGrath

    I could not read this. The prose is terrible. Commas are rare. Periods are abundant. It's hard to read. I got through one chapter. I checked later books. They are the same. I had heard good things. I cannot get past this. I am not exaggerating. It's actually worse than this. These are all sentences. Full sentences. Not fragments. There we go. It's like this. Reading a Reacher novel. I considered powering through. But I don't want to waste my time. I bought the whole series for $1 a piece. I regr [...]

  • Stephen

    Jack Reacher is a walking, talking, 6’5” prescription-strength laxative guaranteed to cause scumbags to soil their skivvies. As hardboiled protagonists go, this guy is loaded with awesome and I was well and truly won over by the end of Lee Child's debut novel. Reacher’s a former military police officer who is cucumber cool and carries himself with a calm, quiet stoicism that reminded me a lot of Shadow from Neil Gaiman’s American Gods(another favorite character of mine). In typical hardb [...]

  • Khurram

    This is not the first Jack Reacher book I have read so I did already knew who Jack Reacher is. Lee Child's creation is the modern day Conan. Meaning he is fully clothes, an expert on modern weapons (guns, switchblades, he could probably use a sword but does not yet), as well as unarmed combat. He is a big battle scared and tested fighter. He lives his life as a wonderer a leaf in the wind blown from one place to another usually finding adventure/trouble where he lands. The slight twist on the Ja [...]

  • Jeff

    On the Flintstones, whenever there was an indoor chase scene, the background in the house never varied, it would be the same window, table, lamp running repeatedly behind the action, and the chase would go on seemingly forever - a veritable cartoon mile/1.6 kilometers. Watching the show as a kid, it was almost more than my sugar-fueled addled brain could handle.Reading this book was the same type of existentially empty experience. Grafting a promising storyline onto a series of humorless, mind-n [...]

  • Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

    Are you having a bad day? Do you need an Action Pick-You Up? Do you sometimes wish that the bad guys would get exactly what they deserve?Then I have a quick solution. Read a Jack Reacher novel!Jack Reacher is the kind of guy who will kick some serious butt in the most brutal fashion, and it ain't pretty. I admit that I wince when I see someone die violently on tv and in movies. But I love action movies. Yeah, I know it makes no sense. Killing Floor is the kind of book that I would love to see as [...]

  • Dirk Grobbelaar

    Suspension of disbelief requiredI was a policeman of sorts for thirteen years and I can smell a worried man a mile away.The reviews for this one are all over the place. It seems that Jack Reacher is one of those “either you love him or you hate him” protagonists and Lee Child is one of those “either you love him or you hate him” writers. It’s also clear that these books rely heavily on action. In fact, as some reviewers have already mentioned, there is a bit of the 80s Action Hero abou [...]

  • Jane Stewart

    4 ½ stars. Rambo, Dirty Harry, with a hint of Sherlock Holmes – fun, exciting, suspense, escapeORY BRIEF:This is the first book in the Jack Reacher series, sixteen books so far. It’s told in first person by Jack. He was a homicide investigator in the military police for thirteen years, hunting trained killers gone bad. He had to be able to outthink them and fight them. He retired as a major six months ago at age 36. Now Jack just wants to wander, living off his severance pay, buying cheap c [...]

  • Rita

    I don't know why I never read Lee Child before. Jack Reacher is a character that just grabs you and doesn't let go. The story is almost irrelevant. He has recently been mustered out of the only life he ever knew, the military life He grew up and lived all over the world and when he grew up, he joined up. Now Jack has been mustered out and is on a mission to see the United States he defended and protected but never knew. He hops on a bus and when his fancy suits him, he asks the driver to stop an [...]

  • Lisa (Harmonybites)

    I disliked this novel, maybe because I'm missing a Y chromosome. First, the style of the prose and voice of the first person narrator, Jack Reacher, really irked me. The style reminded me of irritatingly faux Hemingway. Spare, choppy with lots of short declarative sentences and sentence fragments. Here's a sample paragraph from fairly early on that's typical:I stayed leaning up on the bars, motionless. Baker signaled Hubble to walk with him around the far side of the squad room. Toward the rosew [...]

  • Supratim

    A friend had “very highly” recommended Jack Reacher novels to me a long time back. I had add a few Reacher novels to my TBR but never got around to reading one. A few weeks back, during the Mystery & Thriller Week– I saw Killing Floor in the top 100 mystery & thriller novels list. It renewed my interest in the series and luckily I found the book in my library.I can sum up the novel in two words:ENTERTAINING POTBOILER!!! The book introduces us to Jack Reacher, formerly of the US Ml [...]

  • Bill

    Some very minor spoilers in thisOkay, I don't get it.There is mass appeal for the Jack Reacher series, there's been a movie made, Lee Child is making a gazillian dollars off it.I also heard a pretty reputable BBC book review panel podcast where they were going absolutely bonkers over the series.Well, I'm at 320 pages and the thought of plowing through 204 more has about as much appeal as chewing toenails.First off, I'm sick of reading about this guy who, as a vagrant, wanders into town, gets arr [...]

  • Gina

    Right from the beginning, I was hooked! How can you possibly put a book down when the main character is arrested for murder in the first chapter? LOL, I don't know anyone who could. I liked this! Written in the first person, I felt like I was seeing everything through Jack's eyes. His opinions and his takes on his surroundings and the predicament he found himself in was different from what I've read before. It was weird how I knew exactly who the bad guys were, including one no one would ever su [...]

  • Julie

    I kept hearing about this series, but never started it because I had the impression it was men's fiction, like Rambo or something. But, I noticed a lot of women were reading it, so I decided to try it. It was a book everyone would enjoy, not just men. The plot was interesting, involving counterfeiting. I didn't trust anyone! There's many twist, a lot of action, a little romance. There were some things though that were over the top. Reacher was invincible. One guy against four and he doesn't even [...]

  • Edward Lorn

    Third time is not the charm. I tried reading the ebook twice and put it down both times because I didn't like the writing. Figured I'd try the audiobook, because some styles work better in audio. That was not the case here.Jack Reacher, starring Our Lord and Savior Tom Cruise, is the only Cruise movie in which I can stomach Cruise. With the sequel coming, I wanted to give this another go. My bad. Guess I'll be sticking with the films. In summation: Child might be a fellow pantser, but it doesn't [...]

  • Alp

    No wonder Lee Child is a bestselling author. Killing Floor is a good mystery-suspense book with lots of action and many twists and turns. The thing I liked most about this book was that there were plenty of fight scenes, which made my heart jump and my adrenaline pump. But there were some unrealistic things in the story that made me feel like I was having a very big question mark on my forehead all the time while reading this. Too many coincidences that didn’t make sense to me, but I already p [...]

  • Adrian

    So my friend who was having a clear out, said "when i see you, Ive got a few books I reckon you will enjoy", "ok" I said. So when we meet up he gives me 3, yes 3 of those bag for life supermarket carrier bags full of virtually brand new books, It seems about 30 (are there that many) were Jack Reacher, and some more of a similar ilk, plus assorted other books his wife had read. Now he says to me, "you'll enjoy these as we both did" meaning him and his wife, which did surprise me as she usually li [...]

  • Robert

    This story has the frenetic pace of a six-year old boy that consumed two pounds of Halloween candy, gone into hyperglycemic shock, been revived in the middle of the operating room with paddles, and given a shot of adrenaline and a Snickers bar. Jack Reacher, the ultimate man’s man, leads the charge. He carries nothing but the clothes on his back, a wad of cash, and a toothbrush jammed in his pocket. After use, he tosses his clothes in the trash, and visits the local thrift store. While they ma [...]

  • Jim

    I read this as a paperback & it didn't wow me. I hadn't planned on reading any more in this series, but several of my friends really like the series, so I thought I'd give it another shot. Maybe I'd like it better as an audio book or now.I didn't. Probably liked it less. Child's writing is repetitive. Often he seemed to be trying to make the point that much more exciting, but it just bored me. He writes like his readers are idiots & can't keep a point in mind for a few paragraphs. He als [...]

  • James Thane

    This is the book that introduced Lee Child's popular character, Jack Reacher in 1997. Reacher is a former military cop who's been made redundant by the end of the cold war. After spending his entire life in the military (Reacher grew up in a military family), he's now completely on his own, footloose and fancy-free. After spending much of his life abroad, he's wandering about the country, getting to know the U.S. up close and personal. As will continue to be the case, Reacher travels light, with [...]

  • Jonetta

    Jack Reacher isn't your typical hero so don't look for that in this story. He's a bit scary but the guy you want by your side when things get rough. He finds himself charged with murder almost minutes after coming into the town of Margrave, Georgia. It is one tense situation after another for Jack as he navigates through each, trying to figure out who he can trust and how to shake off this town. It doesn't take long to be drawn into this intricate web of lies and mystery. The writer uses a first [...]

  • Michael

    I'm not that into pure blockbuster genre books, but this is actually quite well done. The opening chapter is a master class in building tension using detail and perspective--when the police storm into a small-town diner, our main character, Jack Reacher, deduces that they must be coming for him, but he's cool and collected as he catalogs their mistakes and all the moments he might have taken advantage of them. In less graceful hands this might have devolved into pointless violence, but Lee Child [...]

  • Matt

    It all began with an arrest. Arriving in town anonymously, Jack Reacher is arrested at the local diner for a murder he could not have committed. Fingered for some reason by the Chief of Police, Reacher is detained, which is where all the fun begins. Before proving his alibi, Reacher faces a harrowing night in jail and soon learns that the quaint down of Margrave holds a darker side. As corrupt as it is a speck on the map, Margrave is full of secrets that the townspeople are more than happy to ke [...]

  • Monty Cupcake ☠ Queen of Bloodshed ☠

    I decided to read this book/series because a) I liked the movie and b) Alp's review. I'm happy I read this, but it didn't live up to my expectations. I think I thought it'd be more dynamic and Jack Reacher would be more Tom Cruise-ish? The book starts off with Jack being arrested for a crime he definitely didn't commit as he hasn't been in town but an hour. From there it's a lot of slow. Even when he's put in prison over the weekend because the tiny town he was arrested in doesn't have holding c [...]

  • Γιώργος Δάμτσιος

    Το ευχαριστήθηκα, όπως και κάθε άλλο που έχω διαβάσει με πρωταγωνιστή τον Τζακ Ρίτσερ.Είναι ό,τι πρέπει για να το διαβάσει κανείς μετά από ένα ''βαρύ'' βιβλίο. Συχνή δράση, βγαλμένη από ταινίες, (ξύλο, πιστολίδι κ.λπ.), αλλά δίχως να υποτιμάται η λογική του αναγνώστη. Ο συγγραφέα [...]

  • Gary

    This book was not bad. I read review after review that was negative so I hesitated. The main character, Jack Reacher, clearly has a fan base and enough popular support to spawn a couple of movies with A list actor Tom Cruise so I thought what the heck.Overall, it felt like a 80s action movie. I understand why that would irritate some people, especially if you are used to having a steady literary diet of skillful and original plots, deft use of words and cleverly devised characters. This definite [...]

  • Rizwan

    After collecting each and every Jack Reacher books tirelessly over the years one by one from the mountainous book piles of used bookstores, and after always hearing this or that about the all powerful Jack Reacher, yesterday I finally finished reading this first book from Lee Child. Was it worth while? Was it as good as I was expecting after all the hype? Well, I did read the 520+ pages of this one in just over 3 days, inspite of my insane workload and tight schedules, so you can say, yes.ly. Th [...]

  • Bill Ward

    Not surprised to find I really enjoyed my first Jack Reacher book! It lived up to the hype and is a great fast moving action story. Reacher is an interesting character and I look forward to reading the next in the series.

  • Mike (the Paladin)

    I tried reading some of the Jack Reacher books some years ago and don't have any clear idea of them except that I wasn't blown away and didn't follow up the series. I still feel the same way really. I got interested in the story here right away. It's well set up and the lead in gets your mind involved. There are some odd things even there. It seems to me that jack with his background and experience (which a big deal is made of and plays heavily into the story) at the very beginning could have do [...]

  • Mary Beth

    I've been wanting to start the Jack Reacher series for some time now. I gave into the pressure and brought my first book in the Series, Killing Floor.Margrave is a small town in Georgia. Jack Teacher jumps off a bus and walks fourteen miles in the rain, just passing through, a tribute to a guitar player who died there decades before. But Margrave has just had its first homicide in thirty years, and Jack Reacher is the only stranger in town. So the murder is pinned on him. They picked the wrong g [...]

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