©1999 James Patterson; (P) and ©1999 Time Warner AudioBooks (Packaging Elements Only), A Division of Time Warner Trade Publishing
"Patterson's well-oiled suspense machine grinds away with solid precision." (Publishers Weekly)
I really loved the story of the four horsemen, but the trial seemed to drag on a little bit. All in all it was a decent book that left an opening for the next novel, but i really feel this one probably could have been left of out the overall story of Alex Cross.
Enjoying every listen.
It had lots of twist and turns. I grew to dislike the Weasel.
No laughing or crying just alot of anger at the Weasel. Crazy character.
The story was better than some of the previous in the series. The narrator, Michael Kramer did not do this story, Alex Cross or James Patterson justice. I liked the 4 horseman aspect in Pop Goes the Weasel.
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