This is reprint in hardcover of 3 previous bookshots from 2016, 2017, 2018,
I thought when reading the second one that it sounded familiar so I looked at the copyright dates, I think this is a cheap shot at getting paid double for his books, once for each individual print and now this book combined the 3 into one hardback
The description on this website just gives the details of the last story and doesn't mention the fact that it is actually 3 stories
Different than what I expected but very good. Nick is given the ablilty to go back in time by one hour increments to save the life of his wife but each hour puts a new twist on what is really happening until the very end. The end will shock you.
I never read anything from this author before and I might try another one.
I'll give this one a 3* rating, wanted to give it more and someone might probably depends on how you perceive the storyline, for me?, When I hit the 'twist' I just thought 'unbelievable' and skimmed through the rest of the book
What is happening with Patterson? or maybe it's Paetro, but whoever it is this is a terrible book!
It takes places 5 years in the past, really?, I guess they couldn't come up with a more current storyline but had to go backwards and then bring in a person acquitted of war crimes and that is mostly what this book is dealing with, horrible war crimes committed on women and children in Bosnia, I didn't find the story very engaging at all and mostly just boring boring descriptions of food and clothes and interior design, really? There isn't any suspense or thriller about this book
I'm not sure what age group this is written for as it seems to be a little juvenile at times, the 'pet' names of 'pooh' and 'piglet' just made me want to puke, I just don't think friends in their 20's talk like that and if they do then they need to grow up!
The story revolves around computer/hackers, at times it was a little over my head but I pushed through, there are a lot of pages that have 'messages' that just take up about 3-5 pages because the spacing is so big and I didn't think that was necessary and I skipped over that
Patterson needs to take more control over what his co-writers are doing
I'm a fan of this series but this one is just kind of dull, it is mostly just police investigation with nothing exciting or thrilling about it, then you have Claire with cancer now and an operation so there is a lot about that and I just didn't find that necessary at all
I read reviews and one main complaint was that Lindsay and Joe leave their 4 yr old daughter alone at night asleep while they walk the dog? really? is that sending a good message to anyone? don't think so!
The storylines are getting dull and boring and way too long to really enjoy Patterson books anymore, I think him and his co-writers need to take a lesson from Chris Carter and learn how to write a really good thriller!
Patterson is losing my interest for his series but I keep trudging along with them
This one is just okay, it's broken down in Part 1, Part 2, and 2 months later
Part 1 is the investigation of the missing mother/daughter
Part 2 is the trial but it just repeats everything in part 1 so it wasn't that good, except for the twist they pursued while the trial was going on and that was kind of tedious
So for the most part? this could've been shortened and condensed the trial part down but I think that was to give Yuki an important role in the book
The murder was resolved in a confusing way but I'm not sure everyone will be on board with the way it ended
When you read the inside flap you know what this book is about--
I thought it was going to be much better but I stuck with it, it takes over half the book just to get to the main part of the 29 second call, it has a lot of repeat that could've been avoided, the chapters are short and I like that in a book, I got to just a little over half way into the story then I had to start skimming just to get to the parts I wanted to know and skipping the parts that just didn't matter in the telling of the story
I'll try Logan again and see what happens with the writing style.
I can't give this a glowing review, however, it did keep my attention as to how they would get out of this mess
What I didn't like was all the very hot, very detailed, very explicit sex (not necessary unless you like that kind of reading, I skim over it quickly), and the main characters are very unlikable all the way through, they can't talk without using the f word every time they open their mouth, or shouting or yelling at each other all the way through
The main thing I didn't like was it does not tell you in the end the 'why', ok it was a serial killer but there should be more detail than that and it only gives you that 'he is a lunatic' on the loose, but from where etc.
I think another better author could've made a lot more of the storyline than Jewel does, for me it just wasn't the best writing attempt, I'm not a reader of romantic suspense but I don't really know what genre to call this it has a mixture of several
my expectation was high(too high) after waiting a long time to get this book it was a disappointment--it started out like a spooky ghost town mystery but about midway after the mystery has been solved it just takes on a boring descriptive(page after page) of the predictament they find themselves in and it gets tiresome of page after page of descriptions, and the mystery turned out to be not what you expect.
Well written, however, you must have a strong stomach to read it--Olsen goes into too much detail with gay relations that no one needs to know and the depravity of this man, makes you wonder why a person like that is born.
WOW! Along the same lines of Chris Carter's books this is a well written suspense/thriller to the T. One of the best books I've read in a long time and looking forward to the next one (if I can get it, had to get this one through the library).
couldn't get into this one, too much repeat in just the first 100 pages, characters you can't like--a geeky Dad that acts more like a coward and a Mom that acts more like a shrew but the Grandpa is a hero and would be a more likable character even with his 'ghosts' he carries around, but I quit after a little over 100 pages because I just kept waiting and waiting for it to move on and I just lost interest
The first book 'Beneath' was a pretty good book, these are for ages 9-15, but this one? maybe because it took so long for it to come out that I have forgotten the main story so this one just didn't make any sense at all
so this is a case of you have to read the first one then you might want to read this one while it is fresh in your mind or you won't know what is going on
sorry to give it only 1* but I just don't think it deserves more unless you read these two books together
I, too, was unable to finish and in fact just didn't get very far into it, even in the first 30 pages you could tell was going to be a long drawn out disaster, it was going to refer to her Dad every other page or so and it had too much description and unnecessary detail in just those first few pages that I knew I couldn't stick with it-----a pet peeve is unnecessary descriptions and detail not needed and I give up on that book or author.
I have a few English/British writers I like to I don't think La Plante will be one of them.
Very good horror--Tyler High voted to become a 'charter' school and that would mean they were their own bosses, once that is establised the schools policies change drastically and what happens is just plain horror.....