I am a miracle worker. Doing what I can to choose love over fear.
If you want a light as air story with celeb detectives and N.Y as the center of attention, this might be a five-star gem for you.Maybe you hate crime thrilleren and want a read you can talk to lots of people about? Since it ranks as the second most sold book in the U.S. Chances are some of your friends have read it. The audio version comes with premium naratation which makes me sad to leave it half read.. This is a Chrome novel puffer up with celebriteter. I know: The hills did not contain any mordere. It is very much liké "The hills" due to the Hollywood feeling.
It depends. On the plot.
They bring it all. They do their very best when it comes to giving this book a soul.
Iwould make the murders melt into the action instead of placing them as a highlighted side-kick. Also: Since cell-phones are an important ingridient, I would include the Brand used and why.
I loved the sample: I am not big on thrillers unless we talk about Kyra Davis which I can hear over and over. I bought this because the sample gave me a chick-lit thriller which it is not. In fact describing it's category is very hard.
Maybe I gave up too fast? I blame "The end of your life book club" this stunning read taught mé even thoughdue to reduced vision I an dependent upon audiobooks or friends reading out loud. With the help of Audible Inow can choose which books I wanted to hear.The end of your life book club taught me to use time on the books I consider to be good.
nope love audible on the move
never heard them together before
Bomb in garbage shoot and he covers his beloved with his body! So manly!!!
I love James Patterson, so clearly this is a bias review. James was one of the first authors that really sparked my love of reading post college. This story had it all, sex, crime, bitterness, revenge. I sometimes feel guilty reading fiction books, thinking I should be using my precious spare time for bettering myself with business books or self help, but I don't feel bad about loving books like this (audio helps too since I can be doing other things while "reading". James Patterson will never write a classic novel, but his books are damn entertaining and this is no exception.
Like so many of his novels, the thing I like most about James Patterson is the character intertwining with each other. All characters have a back story and somehow it all makes sense. Of course, the intriguing mystery of crime novels is well represented.
I dislike when audio narrators use exaggerated voices. I thought the voices on this book were in sync with character. Although, admittedly, the new york accent was a little mundane.
Moved me... no. But, the lead detective working with his ex who he still had a flame for was something I could identify with...
Classic, predictable Patterson. Fits right along the same lines as the Alex Cross series of books.
Like I said, same type of storylines that the Alex Cross series has. Twists and suspense in typical fashion.
Easy listening. The books keeps you wanting to know more. I hope the ending is as good as the build up.
We are John Patterson fans and we listen to books while we travel so sometimes we stick with a book just because we don't have anything else to do and this is one of those books. It felt like it was a book that was put together to make a buck. We were not at all disappointed when it ended. We were disappointed in John Patterson and this book.
It was if you are driving through west Texas with nothing else to do. But otherwise?-Not
I am an avid mystery/thriller, historical fiction and political fiction listener. I listen while working (I am a remodeling contractor).
I am a died in the wool James Patterson fan and have read every book he has published but I have to say the last few have been disappointments. I don't eagerly await the next book as I did years ago. Wait for this one to go on sale.
I am not sure, as I found the story not up to the standards that James Patterson adds to a story. The story seemed to lack the excitment at times and lost a continuity that i like in a good story.
I would be willing to try another book just to see if they learned from the first. Not everyone has a hit straight out the first time. Even Stephen King has had some flops.
Very well read, just couldn't quite make up for the weak parts of the story/
I wouldn't make a movie of this story.
I am a college professor and professional actor, director and playwright. The peformance of the book is as important to me as the writing.
If you like crime/police detective stories that are full of stereotypes and predictable and trite dialgoue- this is for you.
I loved the Beach House and hated this one, so not sure I will read more Patterson.
cliche after cliche made it impossible for me to even finish the book.
I earn my living as a writer, and I found myself cringing every few minutes listening to this trite, almost laughable drivel. I couldn't make it past the first 30 minutes. Just horrible.