©2008 James Patterson; (P)2008 Hachette Audio
Since I am having vision problems, audio books are a excellant way to read book, also use them in the night to cancel out noise so that I can get to sleep.
I thought that it was as enjoyable as the other books.
Didn't have one
I love audio books because the narrators make you feel you are in the book. The music adds a great feature.
As usual James Patterson keeps you intreged. Who will win Alex Cross or the kiiller.
Absoulutely. The Voice of Peter Fernandez is exactly what you would think Alex Cross' voice would be like Dion Graham is also right on.
The reacation I had with this book was just suspense. It did not make me laugh or cry.
The same great author, the same great narrator, the splendid Cross family and friends but it is different. A chaotic ramble of brutal surprizes. Found the story weak and the telling strong. I was left with mixed emotions about the plot and the tale. It should have had more cohesivenss and less ramble. It is an OK book.
Going back to the old writing of Alex Cross the new one is a woman
Their voices did not help the book
I used to be huge James Patterson fan, but he new books are to close to the Womens Mystery Club or whatever it is called. This book was totally unbelieveable, and made Alex Cross seem like a woman.
This book outlines an interesting story line, but the outcome of several scenarios is unrealistic and disconnected with the characters the writer has tried so hard to build.
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