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“This series is going downhill. While the book totals...”

Written on: 31/12/2008

This series is going downhill. While the book totals just over 400 pages, it feels more like a 250 page book because of the short chapters and over half the pages only having half a page worth of text. Is it me or is Patterson getting lazy and/or senile? Also, there was just not enough of Sampson. He has grown to become one of my favorite characters in the series, and he played little or no role in the book, until the final moments. It also seemed as though half the book was dedicated to Cross… Read Full Review

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“I liked the international aspect of the book. However,...”

Written on: 23/11/2008

I liked the international aspect of the book. However, this is not the Alex Cross we see in the other books. Half the time i felt like i wasn't even reading a Cross book. Also I hate how serial killer mystery books take for ever with the "Leading up to" section of the book then hurry through the "Answers and revelations" section of the book. That is essentially how the book went. Also it hardly mentions that he is a psychologist and he does little to address the psychological factor that plays… Read Full Review

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