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review Cross Country Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB When the home of Alex Cross's longtime friend Ellie Cox is turned into the worst murder scene Alex has ever seen he is devastated The destruction leads him to believe that he's chasing a horrible new breed of killer As Alex and his girlfriend Brianna Stone begin the hunt for the villain responsible for the killings they uickly find themselves entangled in the deadly Nigerian underworld of Washington DC What they. For a book with so much going on and a plot that takes you to Africa it was a bit dull At times I was really into it but at others I was bored Hate to say it but so far it was the Alex Cross books I like the least so far Will continue the series for sure though My uick and simple overall sounded awesome in the description but I was bored during some of the book An okay installment to the series

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review Cross Country Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB The killer get away with this narrow escape Alex makes it his duty to bring the brutal butcher to justice He knows that he must follow the Tiger Alone When Alex arrives in Nigeria he discovers a world where justice is as foreign as he is Unprotected and alone in a strange country bombarded on all sides by the murderous threats of The Tiger Alex must draw on his fiercest instincts just to survive in a lawless wor. 2 Baffled Exceptionally Disappointed StarsIn book 14 Detective Alex Cross finds himself investigating a massacre style murder vicious and bloody it s only the beginning as families are slaughtered In order to get justice and the truth Alex finds himself travelling to Africa and what he finds and receives is something he was unprepared for and soon he and those he cares about are in deadly peril It s been years since I ve read an Alex Cross book and I remember loving them as a teen Having not read this one before I was excited to pick it up but the writing didn t weave a spell that had me entranced I spent the first half of the book hoping things would get better and thinking is this really James Patterson s writing I wasn t ensnared by the plot or characters the writing did not flow seamlessly creating a rich image in my mind Plus Alex s common sense seems to have vanished in this bookThe reason why I was able to read this so fast in between work was because it reuired no thinking I feel like a jerk for saying so but the fact is for me this was a super easy read one that was utterly MEH If this had been the first book by the author I had ever picked up I would never have read anything else by him With any book authors reuire us to suspend reality something I love doing but nothing in this story allowed me to do soThere was no intrigue the action felt dull and the depiction of characters and events lacklustre My emotions were not pulled at in any way despite some of the themes and events in this book which says a lot I still cry when Jack dies at the end of Titanic and I ve seen it than a dozen times over the years This book made me feel nothing but bafflement as I asked myself really this is a James Patterson book Some chapters were only a page and a half eg chapter 9 11 and 16 to name only a few and I don t know why but reading via the paperback it felt a tiny bit weird This book was unexpectedly disappointing and has me uestioning whether my teenage self was deluded in liking the Alex Cross books I had read So next thing on my list to do is reserve one of the earlier Alex Cross books and re read it to see if my memory is true or defective Triggers to be aware of view spoilerrape is mentioned a number of times and it s brutal although the manner in which things were written I found myself drifting rather than reading on in horror and sorrow brutal murder and butchering of bodies adults and children occurs in the book we also have young children killing and torture occurs hide spoiler Nou moe! 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review Cross Country Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB Discover is shocking a strongly organized gang of teenage thugs headed by a powerful diabolical man The Tiger As the killing spree escalates Alex and Brianna realize they are not dealing with any ordinary killer but one who has brought his personal war of vengeance to America's capital But just when the detectives think they're closing in on the elusive murderer the Tiger disappears into thin air Unable to let. I ve always liked the Alex Cross books but this one was a dud Alex takes it upon himself to follow a murderer he s after to Africa While in Africa he gets beaten up jailed threatened countless times It seemed to me that the plot was a way for Patterson to let us all know about the horrible violence living conditions in Africa I thought Alex acted so out of character I think I just finished reading it for old times sake

  • Hardcover
  • 480
  • Cross Country
  • James Patterson
  • English
  • 23 September 2019
  • 9780316024648