Dy's Take

January 20, 2007

Honeymoon by James Patterson & Howard Roughan

Filed under: Thriller — Dy @ 13:09

Starts with a bang, but peters out toward the end…too many shallow peripheral characters, too much coyness with point of view, and a disappointingly tidy ending.

Doesn’t read even remotely like a Patterson–Makes you think he collaborated just enough to get his name on the cover to insure sales and let this other guy do the writing.

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1 Comment »

  1. i thought that it was very interesting and keep me guessing the whole time, iit was very good even though it was kind of hard to keep up with all the characters and their thought! i would probably give it a B plus ….. and i would deffinently reread this book though!
    xoxo
    ashley

    Comment by Ashley — March 14, 2007 @ 15:47 | Reply


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