Book Reviews of The Lake House

The Lake House
Author: James Patterson
ISBN: 56994
Publication Date: 2003
Edition: Abridged
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.

5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: TW Bookmark
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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A good reading sequel to "when the Wind Blows".
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Great story - picks up where When the Wind Blows.
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much awaited sequel to when the wind blows...loved it
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Another good book written by Patterson.
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This, the sequel to "When the WInd Blows" is actually the beginning of the Maximum Ride series that are incredibly popular with Young Adults. These are not like the Alex Cross books.

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*Starred Review* Patterson's latest picks up where one of his most popular novels, When the Wind Blows (1998), about a group of children who have been genetically engineered to fly, left off. Beautiful Max and handsome Ozymandias lead the group of six children who are fighting to stay with Kit and Frannie, the couple that saved them from the School, where they were being held by the scientists who created them. The court returns the children to their biological parents, but only Max knows how much danger they're in. Max is privy to information about Resurrection, another project that is even more daring and groundbreaking than the one that created the children. Dr. Ethan Kane, the scientist who heads up Resurrection, is determined to keep Max silent and plots to kidnap the children. Though Max won't share the secret with anyone, she and Oz gather up the other children and run to Frannie, but Kane is one step ahead of them and will do anything to stop Max from endangering his project--even if it means killing the children. An unexpected and sweet romance between Max and Oz alleviates the nail-biting suspense somewhat, but as usual, Patterson gets his readers in his grip from page one and doesn't let go until the last page is turned. This sequel is even better than the first book. Kristine Huntley
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