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Hope To Die (Alex Cross (20))

James Patterson

Hope To Die (Alex Cross (20))

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I've read so many of the Alex Cross novels that I feel that I know the family like they were a part of my familyThe first word to come to mind at the end of the last chapter was "awesome!" As I made my way through all the twists and turns, and revelations, my muscles tensed to the point near pain. I've read so many of the Alex Cross novels that I feel that I know the family like they were a part of my family. I felt all the anguish and pain Dr. Cross was going through as he searched for his family that was being held by a mad man, and felt hope at each revelation that brought him closer to finding out who the maniac really was. The serial killer was brilliant in his madness and careful planning. After all, he had gotten away with all he had done, leaving no clues behind for anyone to follow. The perfect killer that brings Alex Cross to his knees. Not until the very last moment does he ever realize that he has met more than his match, not only in Alex Cross, but with his family as well. When I finished the book, I realized that my shoulders had tensed to the point of being up around my ears, and my heart was pounding. This is the best book in the series by far! James Patterson has out done himself!5Worth the waitI can't believe that it has been a year since I read the first part of this story. When it ended in the cliffhanger I was so bummed. But the anticipation of the wait was well worth it. Alex Cross fans rejoice cause he's back with a vengeance and a mission of mercy. James Patterson put his all in this book. Every page was better than the last. At first I didn't like the two part story due to the waiting game. Figured Patterson made enough money on Dr. Cross, but he does not fail to keep the story line good. A great big thumbs up to Patterson for answering all unanswered questions raised in the first part. Every piece of information is available in the second book. At least I'll give him that much. Now let's see him write a good Michael Bennett story cause "Burn" was terrible. Now I know why. All the good stuff went into this story.5Patterson and I are BFF's againI don't know if James Patterson hung up his golf pants at the Palm Beach Country Club or if he finally decided he's had too much sun/surf/pina colada's or what, but apparently he locked himself in a cave and wrote a dang good book. It was fantastic. I felt like I was reading ALONG CAME A SPIDER again and was reminded why I buy Every.Single.Book. of Patterson's like a crack addict waiting for my next fix. It's because I was waiting on a book reminiscent of his old writing - you know, before he became the "Rock-Star of Authors". I won't rehash the plot because you already know it. Crazy madman takes Alex's family and threatens them unless Alex comes to him so crazy person can kill him. The difference is in the details, plot twists and just plain creepiness of the book. Next time I see a pig, I am giving him the stink-eye.5James Patterson as I remember him at lastI'm not a fan of co-writing and had stopped obsessively reading everything that James Patterson released religiously because I felt that for the past 2-3 years his work seemed to be more about quantity than quality, it felt like writing had become a vocation rather than a passion for James.I was bitterly disappointed that Book 21 was a sequel that left the reader hanging and had second thoughts on whether to actually purchase this book out of principal, but despite my stubborn self I found myself wanting to invest a little further into Alex Cross, not quite ready to end our relationship and boy am I glad I did!This book has all the qualities that made reading James Patterson addictive, strong characters, a twisting plot, the fight of good against evil, family loyalty, love and desperation.I hope we get to see more of the James Patterson we love in his future releases...5Nobody hoped to die; everybody fought to live. Great read!This was a fabulous book! It was a continuation of Patterson's last Cross book, which I had read, and that made it a little hard for me to follow as the story started but once I got myself up to speed the story moved quickly from one tension wracked but exciting situation to another as Cross moved quickly across what seemed like the entire Country. The book contains several scenes where Cross becomes deeply depressed which I did find somewhat disturbing. These scenes were brilliantly written, in fact far better than the book as a whole or most other books I have ever read, but I read this type of book for excitement, entertainment and pure escape and just don't care to learn how deeply depressed any character could, should or does become. That's a downer for me. That said, I loved Hope To Die and wish I hadn't already finished it. I still don't understand the necessity of putting solar panels on the roof of the shipping container; it seemed odd and not the kind of thing an artful serial murderer would do but, if I understood everything, I guess I'd have to be Patterson. I'm looking forward to Alex Cross Book 23 and would rather see it sooner than later.5Will Alex Cross become Mulch's ASSASSIN ??Patterson kept us "hanging" in "Cross your Heart" but you are fully rewarded in "Hope to Die". The two books are intertwined into a superb and intriguing suspense that keeps you turning the pages to see how Cross scratches and claws his way to the end of the turmoil that this insane madman has inflicted upon his life. I really enjoyed Patterson's masterful use of unusual characters in this mini-series that keeps you riveted to the twisting turns in the story-line.I bought the Audio Book for my wife and after reading the book am now listening to the book for a second run-thru and am impressed with the clever and detailed mind of Patterson as he lays out an intricately woven web of details that can be missed during a quick 'first pass'.Very well done, sir! Highly recommend this fast-paced and action-packed book!5Quite Engaging - Not Your Average Crime/Detective StoryThis story moves very fast and is one of the most lively detective books I've read in quite awhile. Detective Alex Cross's thoughts and speech are almost always in first person in this book. He is also almost constantly thrown off guard and on the move. At the same time, this story also described some of the most gruesome murders and passages I've ever read. Initially I kind of felt like quitting the book, but it was well-written, and I generally like Alex's character as well as books written by Patterson. I'm glad I continued. The reader is swept up in all the drama with truly unexpected twists, including lively scenes involving alligators in a Louisiana swamp! Alex's family was also involved, which made this book special. In addition, he had a new partner - a young female detective who was gifted at what she did. Although her words and thoughts weren't in the first person, they felt as if they were, since as a reader, I could easily imagine her spunk and actions. Several other interesting characters helped both Alex and the bad "guys".5DupedThe book was true to fashion James Patterson always a great read and I'm always eager to delve into the life and times of Alex cross (my hero) just can't get enough!!! However I purchased my copy through Barginn store and got duped. Although the book was clearly labels hard back and photographed when I got the book it was a demo copy!!! It had an entirely different cover was a soft cover and I'm alergic to paperback book paper in addition I collect the Alex cross series have all of them gracing my bookshelves this book was supposed to complete my collection. I did not I still need the book and wasted a week and a half waiting for it not to mention the price of the book and shipping. So when you see Bargainn books offer an item beware you may be duped too. I wish amazon would screen sellers a little more closely.5Great conclusion to cross my heartWell written with enough twists and turns to keep you interested. Even though it continued the story of the Cross family kidnapping there was not a lot of time spent reiterating the previous book. I enjoyed the new characters he introduced. The only fault was that Alex Cross seemed to be able to go beyond normal physical limitations when injured. The reason I gave it only four stars is because I don't like being forced to buy the second book to learn what happened to his family!! (I did buy this immediately after finishing Cross My Heart.)4Doubled down and dissapointedT w/o books to get the same ending that makes cross books so formulaic. No matter how much an advantage the killer seems to hubris is their downfall time after Tim. I believed this time there would at least be collateral damage, based on the fact that Sunday toyed with ninety nine percent of the time. This is the time ultimate ripoff when Patterson condescending ask the reader to have faith in him an the character I doubled down. The book wrapped up so originally it was like watching the end of the Brady bunch episodes. Good will always beat evil ,a good sentiment but not what happens in real life unfortunately. People looking for this should save their money an watch criminal minds,csi etc. Also the characters used to multilayered , Sunday couldn't compare to the weasel, the wolf, Mr. Smith or the mastermind."2
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