Publish date: November 17th 2008
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
Series: Alex Cross (#14)
The last couple of Alex Cross books were verging on a two star rating, but this one finally reached it. While acknowledging for some time that Patterson books are not great literature, I have still enjoyed flying through his books because the pages turn quickly and I have invested in his characters...
The last chapter was the only part of this book that lived up to the Alex Cross legend. Otherwise I found this book kind of lame. American cop goes to a war torn country to hunt down a killer alone and is surprised at the danger and corruption that he finds....lame!
This is the 14th book in the Alex Cross Series and the 6th book that I have read. In this installment, things get personal for Alex Cross as a long-time friend and her family is brutally tortured and murdered. As he investigates, Alex finds similar torture & murder scenarios all over United States a...
Although I gave this book 3 stars, it is about this time that I became really bored with the writing of JP..I felt this book was good, but not great.
I actually gave this book a 3.5. It was, as always a fast pased thriller, and easy to read, but it stretched the bounds of credibility far beyond my comfort zone.
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