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Toys
Toys
Author: James Patterson, Neil McMahon
Move over James Bond--you've just met your match! — Hays Baker and his wife Lizbeth possess super-human strength, exceptional intelligence, stunning looks, a sex life to die for, and two beautiful children. Of course they do--they're Elites, endowed at birth with the most advanced genetic enhancements available. Elitesar...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780316097369
ISBN-10: 0316097365
Publication Date: 3/11/2011
Pages: 364
Rating:
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3 stars, based on 120 ratings
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Wow. WHat a disappointment! I love James Patterson but this book was an abomination. It should come with a warning, if you have loved everything else he has written...STAY AWAY!!
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Helpful Score: 2
Poor poor poor
Worst James Patterson book yet.
I was very disappointed.
I couldn't even finish it
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Helpful Score: 2
Do NOT believe one word of the hype about this book! After reading "Private", which I thought was very good, I was looking forward to "Toys", but was I ever let down! If you're 12-14 years old, it's OK, but if you've ever read a decent adult book EVER, this book will seem hopelessly adolescent. I admit to the guilty pleasure of a Patterson book every now and then, and I enjoy many of them, but this one is poorly developed, shallow and just plain silly. Save your time and money.
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Helpful Score: 1
While I generally liked his book Private Berlin, this one was awful. Some parts were moderately interesting, but a lot of the "science fiction" elements just didn't add up.... and if I can catch that it is really BAD!!!
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The year is 2061. Total extinction of the human race is the order of the day for the 'Elites'. With all the new technology(TOYS), could it be a possibility??? Have read all of Patterson's books, thoroughly enjoy 99% of them. This one was too far toward the science fiction(fantasy) side for me. Or maybe not! Maybe a sign of the times and that is what creeps me out.
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James Patterson is my favorite author, have read all of his books. This was not my favorite...worth reading, but not his regular theme.
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VERY quick read. 360 pages, 116 chapters!! Lots of white space changing chapters. Some chapters are 1 page of print, but on 2 pages: a half on the 1st page and a half or less on the 2nd.

The first 25% or so I thought I was reading a childrens book. The concept was GREAT. Many items should have been expanded on but were not, many items WERE expanded on but probaly should not have been. Of note: the Toys and their role were never fully explained, and that's the book title!!!!!
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great read!!!


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