I would recommend this and all other Alex Cross books.
Ava's death. Written so well it brought tears to my eyes.
I don't look to Alex Cross for laughs. I am looking for the scare and suspense. To the best of my recollection this is the first one that made me cry.
Excellent as always!
the story, the characters, good over evil
yes--i couldnt wait to get in my car and listen
i wanted to but had to listen in pieces
please keep alex cross coming and DO NOT let mama nana have to die--let bree have a baby
Yes! This book keeps you on the edge the entire time. Once again I fall in love with the Cross family
Nana Mama. She is such a character and keeps Alex from forgetting what is important.
When Alex punched the hell out of the suspect
I cried. It was so sad when Eva died
great bad guys
Always good crime stories, and great villains. But Alex is a boor. He is continuously doing stupid predictable things that complicate his work and annoy at least one reader.
Too explicit in describing the violence against women. Felt he and co-writer were up against a publisher's deadline. Not a great read.
Boatman and Boyer, yes...Patterson, probably not
I don't think so
No, "Run" was quite enough
Overall, pedestrian, platitudinal, predictable. The chapters involving Ava however, read by Boatman, effectively conveyed to the listener the emotional weight of the Cross family's situation.
This was a really good book. Great narration. Each character had a voice. Great job weaving 2 stories into the main story. Great characters
The end--can't give it away
They make each character unique beyond the change in voice and inflection.
yes, if I could
Keep them coming!!!!
Serial murders coincide.
I was distracted by the different voices and the sound effects in the narration. I felt like they detracted from my enjoyment of the novel.
This was a book that I found hard to stop thinking about, but the plot and it's twists were a bit far fetched still.