Night School
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Night School


It’s 1996, and Reacher is still in the army. In the morning they give him a medal, and in the afternoon they send him back to school. That night he’s off the grid. Out of sight, out of mind.

Two other men are in the classroom—an FBI agent and a CIA analyst. Each is a first-rate operator, each is fresh off a big win, and each is wondering what the hell they are doing there.

Then they find out: A Jihadist sleeper cell in Hamburg, Germany, has received an unexpected visitor—a Saudi courier, seeking safe haven while waiting to rendezvous with persons unknown. A CIA asset, undercover inside the cell, has overheard the courier whisper a chilling message: “The American wants a hundred million dollars.”

For what? And who from? Reacher and his two new friends are told to find the American. Reacher recruits the best soldier he has ever worked with: Sergeant Frances Neagley. Their mission heats up in more ways than one, while always keeping their eyes on the prize: If they don’t get their man, the world will suffer an epic act of terrorism.

From Langley to Hamburg, Jalalabad to Kiev, Night School moves like a bullet through a treacherous landscape of double crosses, faked identities, and new and terrible enemies, as Reacher maneuvers inside the game and outside the law.

Listening Length: 13 hours and 7 minutes

Title:Night School
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Audio CD
Number of Pages:14 pages

    Night School Reviews

  • Andrew Smith
    Dec 04, 2016

    In this prequel, set in the mid nineties, Reacher is still in the Army. He’s a major in the military police and has been drafted into an emergency task force. Intelligence services in Europe have he...

  • Phrynne
    Jan 03, 2017

    Something different from the norm for this series as Lee Child takes Reacher back into his past and back into uniform. I liked it especially as we see a different side of Jack as well - more brain and...

  • Susan Johnson
    Aug 07, 2016

    For his 20th book, Lee Child takes us back to 1996 when Reacher was a major in the U.S. Army. After receiving a medal, Reacher is hustled off to a "training school" which translates into being lost in...

  • Joanne Harris
    Jul 14, 2016

    I've been following Lee Child's books from the start, and they are always enjoyable, as well as being competent, readable and well-crafted; but recently I've started to feel as if this particular gold...

  • Adam
    Jun 25, 2016

    Got an advanced copy from Goodreads Giveaways. Wow! This is a great one, definitely in my top five of Reacher novels. Reacher is in the Army. A major in the MPs in 1996. He's sent to "school", but, be...

  • Brenda
    Nov 13, 2016

    Lee Child sure writes great books. And Jack Reacher is a great character. I'm a big fan. Although I've read these books in publication order, I'm not sure it's necessary. With this book, Child goes ba...

  • Dan
    Oct 06, 2016

    For the fans of the Jack Reacher novels (Of which I am big one), the latest story takes place in 1996 when Reacher is still in the army. Wasn’t sure how I would feel about that, but turns out it is ...

  • Dick Reynolds
    Nov 29, 2016

    I won this advanced reader’s copy from a Goodreads giveaway. This novel’s setting is the late 1990s when Major Jack Reacher, still in the Army, is awarded the Legion of Merit at a Washington, D.C...

  • Dick Reynolds
    Jul 04, 2016

    I won this advanced reader’s copy from a Goodreads giveaway. This novel’s setting is the late 1990s when Major Jack Reacher, still in the Army, is awarded the Legion of Merit at a Washington, D.C...

  • Matt
    Nov 04, 2016

    This year's Lee Child fix takes the unstoppable Jack Reacher back his army days, hot on the trail of an AWOL soldier in Europe.The writing is as propulsive as ever and the pages turn themselves but th...

About Lee Child

Lee Child

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 pr