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August Book a Day #14: Best Fast Read

Killing Floor - Lee Child Without Fail - Lee Child, Dick Hill One Shot - Lee Child Die Trying - Lee Child Running Blind - Lee Child Worth Dying For - Lee Child 61 Hours - Lee Child Bad Luck and Trouble (Jack Reacher, #11) - Lee Child The Affair - Lee Child Persuader - Lee Child

Did you see a pattern here? Yes. I'm a Lee Child fan. It is kind of what you would expect from a lone man who would fight and "win" all the time and kick ass all the time.

His way of life, no baggage, no relation, no attachment.

It is a good escape. Quick read. And fun.

And it is still okay writing. At least better than Dan Brown.

Everyone has their own escape. This is mine.