Written on: 07/04/2009 by jakexadams (1 review written)
James Patterson, London Bridges kept me hooked. There is always something new going on that you wouoldn't expect, but it makes the book much more realistic… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/12/2007
In my opinion, James Patterson has failed to produce a coherent piece of work with this book. I think that this book (London Bridges) is mediocre at best, punctuated by poor grammar and mixed perspectives. Finally, I think it fails to produce even an once of intelligence in the chase and capture of the wolf, with luck seeming to be the only form of detective work involved… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/01/2006 by adam828 (1 review written)
James Patterson's, London Bridges is an excellent book! It was hard to put down once you I started reading it . It kept me interested from the introduction all the way to the end. James Patterson is an excellent writer… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/11/2004 by Harriet Klausner (18660 reviews written)
Little, Brown, Nov 2004, $27.95, 391 pp.
In Salvador, Brazil, the Wolf abducts Colonel Geoffrey the "Weasel" Shafer; while hanging upside down, Weasel learns that the Wolf has a job for him. US Army soldiers evacuate the 315 residents of Sunrise Valley, Nevada. As the Wolf watched his plan in Sunrise Valley succeed via remote in Bel Air, a plane drops a daisy cutter bomb on the town, leaving parched earth behind.
DC based FBI Agent Alex Cross… Read Full Review
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