Michael Bennett the most notable cop on the police force, once again is juggling his family needs and the needs of New York City. His grandfather resorts to the ways of the past to resolve a family problem and Mike must decide if and with whom he will have a romantic relationship. If you love the Bennett family, you will love this one.
Another police mystery by James Patterson. Not great but ok. Not one of his better stories but then, at the rate he cranks them out, they can't all be stellar.
James Patterson must be trying to give Danielle Steel a run for her money with his formula books. Tick Tock was boring and very unimaginative and was just filled with cliches. Again - a huge disappointment.
Action and I enjoy the narrator reading
Any books with Michael Bennett as the character is awesome
I just enjoyed the entire book
Wish there was more focus on the detective and the nanny.
Listen to all kinds, but mostly enjoy witty light-hearted entertaining reads. Stay away from romance novels & books with heavy violence.
It was mildly entertaining. It kept me listening, but not on the edge of my seat nor was it memorable. I like most James Patterson books - this one just wasn't a standout for me. If you need something to fill time with to listen to then this will work.
YES, AS THE STORY IS JUST BETTER THAN AVERAGE, BUT THE READER BRINGS THE STORY ALIVE IN A WAY THAT MAKES YOU PART OF IT. THIS MAKES THE STORY WAY BETTER THAN AVERAGE.
YES AND THEY ALWAYS DO AN EXCELLENT JOB, IN BRINGING THE STORY TO LIFE.
Yes. it a very good thriller I would recommend it
all of it
the reader were very good
James Patterson is on top of his game with this one. very breath holding, exciting. I did not want it to end.
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The interplay of one mans pursuit of a psychotic serial killer blowing the hell out of NYC and his sand and surf vacation with his family, 10 adopted kids, and a nanny who is also becoming the next Julie Andrews love interest for our hero Mr. Bennett. J.P. Sure knows how to stick with winning formulas.
Patterson's uses of family in his stories and this is prominently seen in Tick Tock as his adopted son, just 1 of 10 adopted children, comes to his aid with no less a baseball bat. And, of course, this is just a fly swatter to our pscho serial killing villain. But,alas, Bennett's second family (cops are like flies in Patterson's big apple) are quickly there to save the day.
I would rather have read the book. I did not like either narrator's voice. The narration for Michael did not match the energy and attitude I had associated with him after reading the first three books. He sounded drained, depressed and nasally! I much prefer the energy I attached to the character in my own mind.
I think the main character's narration brought the book down. As previously mentioned it felt very low energy, drained and nasally! I think the villain's narration worked better.
Yes, although it didn't work out that way.
I really liked the plot. I like Michael Bennet's character and am glad the Patterson has come up with a new character that I enjoy. The family dynamic and love interests are just right.