This is the second Jack Reacher book that I have read (I'm reading them in sequence). Anyone who has read one of the novels from the series will know the style, so I'll spare the details.
I must admit, I didn't enjoy it to the same extent as the first book (Killing Floor), which is a great start for anyone new to Lee Child books. I found Die Trying a little forced, the plot idea was good, I enjoyed the story. But it was let down by some details, such as picking locks in seconds, staring down dogs to subdue them and destroying items at close range that had earlier been described in some detail to be incredibly dangerous at a much further range. These points in themselves are not especially bad, they just have a knack of pulling you out of the story and questioning the flow of the book. Disappointing speed bumps in an otherwise smooth journey.
I feel bad to have given this 3 stars, but I suppose it's just a minor blip across a catalogue of fun stories.
Do read it though, it is enjoyable.