Twists and Turns
None, all were good.
The last scene in the orphanage was good drama and suspense.
Pleasant international (european) flavor for Patterson books. I also liked Private London for the same reason. Looking forward to more of the same
Thought it was a little slow at the beginning put picked up. Some parts were a little cheesy. The voice for the bad guy was weird at first but I grew to love it.
As a fan of James Patterson and the ability to sit and read a book in one sitting, I have enjoyed the "Private" addition to his stable of story lines. True to form, the story matures quickly, maintains your level of interest and has just enough twists to keep you from guessing too much about the conclusion. All in all, a well received installment in the "Private" collection.
I've come to the conclusion that James Patterson doesn't actually write anything anymore. All these books that he "co-authors" with all these other people don't seem to have his "voice" at all. That said this was an entertaining read, though it bears no resemblance to the Patterson of old.
Yes. In fact did. Fast paced and action packed from start to finish.
Extremely well written. The villain quite extraordinary. Was awesome to see what would happen next and to whom. I was held til the end. So glad the good guys won!
No. Just really enjoyed the struggle between the good guys and the masked villian. Also enjoyed hearing about areas of Germany I had been before. I could visualize the locations.
It was an excellent story especially the way it was read
The main characters
Really enjoyed the story telling
Story was easy to follow when you are listening during your weekly commute.
Action, history and romance.
Well read, great story - kept me enthralled and felt like I was there!
yes-the plot kept twisting
don't have a favorite
there were several
A long time Patterson fan. Have been very disappointed in recent offerings. But Private Berlin is a decent read and feels like Patterson is putting some effort into characters and plot after a bunch of paint-by-the-numbers books. Performance of story is very strong and helps power you through the predictable parts. Hope this is beginning of renewed interest in writing by Mr. Patterson.