Thursday, March 09, 2006

 

Honeymoon

Book #9: I'm back! It has been quite a while since I've posted. I've had a lot of other stuff going on; one of them being moving. I am in the middle of two books so hopefully I will finish them and get some more posts up soon. I recently (tonight) read the book Honeymoon by James Patterson. It took 3.5 hours and was a one sitting book. I enjoyed the story but it wasn't the best book I've read by Patterson. The element of mystery and suspense was enjoyable but there wasn't enough to make me want to read ahead. Surprisingly, this book received the award "International Thriller of the Year." The award motivated me to read the book but I was kind of disappointed in the thrills. Maybe it's just a testament to the lack of good thrillers this year. Critics called the book "sexy" which in my opinion makes the book a little worse. I'd rather stick to a non-sexy Mary Higgins Clark mystery! Patterson did incorporate quite a few plot twists that make the book if not scary slightly amusing. I think if I used Venus' system I'd give the book a squiggle. I don't even know what a squiggle means but it sounds good. I would recommend Honeymoon as a 100% beach read.

Comments:
neiva likes james patterson. which books by him would you recommend? i have been reading some heavy stuff, well 19th century stuff. i need a junk book.
 
i'll bring honeymoon for you to read while I'm visiting.

if you want something sappy that will take you like an hour to read try suzzane's letters for nicholas and there's another one with a similar title

the good mysteries are the alex cross series, i don't remember the book titles though.
 
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