I have completed both the Alex Cross and Women's Murder Club series so I enjoy James Patterson. I thoroughly enjoyed Private and will continue the next two books in the series.
This is one of Patterson's slowest moving book I've ever read. I continually thought I would stop listening because it was boring. But I like Patterson and Paetro and was really hoping it would pick up soon. It finally did, but - I was already disappointed by that time.
Only if you can make it more inspiring, faster moving and less boring.
I am a retired RN in New York State and love, lobe, love James Patterson books!
Good story but a little more gruesome than usual. Private #1 better.
The story got much more intriquing as it went along. Love James Patterson.
Only book of ghis I did not enjoy was Swimsuit. Much too gorey.
yes, there are many subplots to keep your attention
the plot was very good... not the best ever but good because you didn't know exactly how Jack would win...
Any book worth it's salt is worth listening to in one sitting and this is no exception
Some stories are just better than others.
I just like the Cross stories and Murder club stories better.
Jack, I guess.
Just not that impressed with this book. I listened to the whole thing . . .
I prefer audio books to print so I can listen in the car.
The plo moved fast, but not too fast and was very interesting.
Easy voice to listen to.
Sara A :)
Patterson is kind of like Pizza...even when it's bad, it's still pretty good! Book was still enjoyable and hard to put down.
Sorry all, I wrote a review for the 1st private and thought I was writing it for this one. I loved this one. It was funny and entertaining...to bad Private (1) wasn't as good as this one.
Good story line with surprising twist. Very enjoyable. I want to see if there is a series.
I bought to listen in my car during my commute to and from work. It made my long commute tolerable.
Jack Morgan. Even with his success and money, he still has morals. He is a very likable guy even with some of his flaws.
He made the book more enjoyable, as if I'm actually watching the story instead of just listening to it.
The only critique I have is the book seemed to have ended abruptly. Maybe there's another book in store but I wished there were more follow up to Jack's and Justine's relationship. They really complement one another...and I'm a sucker for happy endings.