- File Size: 15353 KB
- Print Length: 320 pages
- Publisher: jimmy patterson (November 25, 2019)
- Publication Date: November 25, 2019
- Sold by: Hachette Book Group
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07PCMRBCP
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- Word Wise: Enabled
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Most of his books of late carry a co-author credit and discpvering who did what would take a greater detective than I, or even Alex Cross
I am willing, however, to believe that he IS the sole author of those works that bear ONLY his name and certainly of those about his classic creation the aforementioned Mr Cross
Which brings us to this work about, not Alex (although he does appear in it) but his son Ali Cross
This is the second or third Patterson written especially for younger readers that I have read (I was surprised to find how MANY he had, in fact "written") and I have, sadly, the same reaction I had before. Patterson does not write for younger readers; he writes down to them
Especially in today's market, a "Middle-School" or "YA" novel is NOT derfined by it's writing style but by it's subject matter and viewpoint; yet Patterson has young Ali narrating as if he had read an adult's description of how kids talk and is trying to pander to them> I know a whole gang of kids this age and not a one talks like Ali, except when trying to wheedle something out of an "elder". Other times they talk just like human people
I know it's against the law for more than a week to go by without at least one Patterson book to appear, so we'll give this a pass (after all, the story's not bad... kind of exciting, even) but, I do wish among the Patterson writer's club he'd involve a few teens
When I heard that the story was about Alex’s son, I thought it would be a Children’s story. How wrong I was!
It started out right away as a thriller. And kept my attention throughout the book.
Any adult or teen who reads this should be insulted by Ali breaking in to Bree’s laptop. It is a police laptop. Are we to believe there was NO password protection on it? Come on Patterson! You are better than this. Even a teen with basic knowledge of computers would know that there would be a password on the laptop. At least make it seem as if Ali would have to put some effort in to figuring out the code. The odds of a teen figuring it out?