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I found this to be an excellent and quick read. It contained a complex story that kept the reader guessing until the end. It pulled your heart in different directions as you tried to figure out how you felt about each of the characters. If you liked "Sundays at Tiffanys" and "Sam's Letters to Jennifer", this will be another book you will enjoy. However, if you haven't, you can make this book your first and become hooked on James Patterson. I've recently only began to read James Patterson and am impressed with the variety of books that he writes. If you haven't tried him out, you should give his books a try.
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A small book with a few twists. Not told chronologically, however. If you don't like flashbacks and telling-inside out, this would probably drive you nuts.
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I wasn't sure how I'd like this book since I'm a mystery reader primarily. I loved it though. It was a bit of a tearjerker, one of the few that has actually managed to make me cry. And it still has some twists in it like a typical Patterson.