11 member(s) found this review helpful.
WOW!!! Absolutely dynamite! I figured this guy had to be a pretty good writer based on his collaborations with James Patterson. The Blue Zone, his first solo book, was amazing. Just be warned: start this on a Friday night, when you don't have any Saturday plans. It was that good, and will keep you reading straight through.
One of the best thrillers I've ever read, based on the idea: what would you do if you learned that your entire life was a lie, and you didn't know who you could trust? And it takes off from there. Very taut book; at over 300 pages, there's not a wasted word, and it's a rollercoaster ride.
This would make an excellent movie. The author's going to be a huge star, and I can't wait for his next book. I only hope he turns them out as fast as James Patterson!
7 member(s) found this review helpful.
After you read this book you will know Andrew Gross name didn't appear next to JP just as a favor. You get right into this book, feel like you are part of it. I'll bet you find yourself gripping the book tight and clinching your teeth from drama of this book, I did. My fingers are sore from gripping the hardback so tight. Every time you think you have it figured out something else comes in to play. The book ends and you can very easily see a sequel, hope there is one too. I started this book last night at bedtime and just finished it at bedtime tonight. It's a quiet time and don't disturb me book for sure.
5 member(s) found this review helpful.
This book was quick moving and kept me guessing. I recommend it!