Give me water to swim and surf in. That with a glass of white wine and the sun. That's heaven.
Yes, because it had everything you could want in a book.
The detail in this story made it believable.
I had to laugh at this story.
yes but i prefer to continue on
his voice is just perfect!
makes me want to finish right away
former nuclear scientist
It's got what you expect from a Patterson novel: action, fast pace, a tortured (former military) hero named Jack, titillating mysteries/side stories, and murder. It's really not special, really not terrible. Well, not terrible in a bad way.
Love to read and listen to books. I prefer detective stories, but also read some sci fi.
This book kept you wondering what would be next. This is a better Patterson book than some of the other Privates. Patterson could play off of the brother in another book with an adversarial plot and then perhaps a coming together of the brothers, or not. I would like to see more of both brothers though.
I liked when the brother shared two secrets with the main character. What a twist. Dad was very manipulative to both kids and neither one saw it coming.
I appreciated the rivalry because as siblings most of us have dealt with that and sometimes even into adulthood. One sibling trying to help the other grown up. Will one actually try to kill the other or will they have a meeting of the minds. Who knows? Come on Mr. Patterson do one more on this plot. Imagine what would happen with a security company and a private investigative service.
This was my first Private book and I enjoyed the characters and the plots. This takes me out of the police department world of Michael Bennett and the Women's Murder Club and into the private detective world. Enjoyed and will be following this series as well.
As A 15 yr audible listener I have yet to write a bad review but this storyline was not well thought out and unrealistic. Narrator tried to do a good job with what he was given but story line had no depth at all.
All no character depth
Peter did a great job with the characters
When they caught the ' bad guys '.
The 112 chapters give the story a somewhat choppy pace. The plot does move but I think 112 interruptions is unnecessary.
Avoid James Patterson rubber stamped "collaboration" books. I suspect Patterson does not even reviews these titles nor stories.
Exciting, fun, interesting
I liked the unique story line of the adversary.
No, I really enjoyed his performance. I am a fan of Dick Hill, George Guidall and Scott Brick. Peter Hermann holds his own in this company.
I really enjoyed the moment when the case was cracked by a single clue.
I liked the premise of this series. I listened to the next one right away. Then I listened to "Private Games". It was such a departure that I felt duped. It really was a sub-par product and does not represent this series very well at all.