But money is not enough. Alex Cross' investigation has gotten under the Mastermind's skin, and he makes it his personal goal to take revenge on Cross' entire team, one person at a time - before coming after Cross himself.
Amid all this, Cross' relationship with his girlfriend Christine is falling apart because of her fears about his work, and his beloved daughter Jannie is hospitalized with unexplained seizures. The pressure rises on every front, until an explosive, shocking climax in which the Mastermind escalates his crimes to an unprecedented level, and Alex Cross risks everything to stop him in time.
©2000 by James Patterson, All Rights Reserved; (P)2000 Time Warner AudioBooks, A Division of Time Warner Trade Publishing
"While there's nothing subtle in this novel, every blatant element is packaged for maximum effect: roses may be red, but Patterson's newest is green all the way." (Publishers Weekly)
"Alex Cross, Patterson's detective hero, is back in a thriller that is guaranteed to hold his many fans spellbound...Patterson keeps the pages turning all the way up to the jaw-dropping conclusion." (Booklist)
"Patterson knows where our deepest fears are buried... There's no stopping his imagination." (New York Times Book Review)
I've listened to a number of audio books and this is the only one where I felt like someone was just reading to me. You can actually "hear" the changes in character by the narrator in the other books but not so in this one. The storyline was excellent as always but the narrator ruined it for me.
Enjoying every listen.
In the process of reading all of the James Patterson "Alex Cross" series all of them relate to each other. I'd suggest reading them in order. I like suspense thrillers.
The other books in the series are related. It's a evolving story of the cases that Alex Cross works.
I have & and enjoy his narration.
I really enjoyed reading the book cause there was order and excitement. The author was great but he skipped chapters, like going from chapter 2 to chapter 10 and you're lost and don't know what's going on. Chapter 16, so was my body; chapter 17, so was my mind....... who does that, that's horrible
I would compare this book to Merry Christmas Alex Cross, it's a great read but the audiobook is horrible.
If the authors read the books by order of the chapters or it was explained what the significants of the reading order was than the performances would be outstanding.
I love reading and this is actually my first experience with audio books, I've been a member for a month and I hate it because I can't enjoy the books. The authors skipping chapters and it becomes confusing, I know they're telling a story and its different from reading the book so I would really like to know if the authors are suppose to read the books this way????? I would really like to continue my membership so I'm going to give this another month but I'm really disinterested in audiobooks.I think I'm going back to reading the books myself, I've read evey book James Patterson has written and audiobooks takes away from his talent. Thank God that I didn't listen to the books beforehand because my bookshelves would be empty.
no because all the suspense would be gone.
I don't think I ever read a book like this one. The big surprise ending was a real first for me. What a twist.
Well, I wouldn't fall asleep.
I haven't found that book yet.
I've read/listened to several of the Alex Cross novels. This was the least interesting one. The plot was slow to develop and seemed to be more haphazard than the others in this series. I wasn't involved as I usually am; the action seemed to jump around and didn't come together well. The audio was fine; the narration was clear.
Among the best
Bizarre and abrupt ending.
Adequate - tonal inflections occasionally hard to decipher.
Ending was forseeable and abrupt, it seemed to be a lead in to the next volume in the series - but not has not been in the first few chapters of
the way James Patterson explains everything in the finest detail!
nothing, he was great! loved the voices!
all of it
a MUST get!
The reading was well done and the story suspenseful enough. The character development was fair to good. The last chapters, however, were just too contrived and too ?stay tuned for the next thrilling installment". It did not make sense or fit with the rest of the book, almost as if the author realized there was no good explanation for how the bad guys he picked could have had all the info they had but he could not make up a convincing villain who could.
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