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[James Patterson] Ú Kiss the Girls [physics PDF] Ebook Epub Download Î This is genuinely the worst book I have ever finished.
To be fair, it is tolerable when there is action, which is often But every time James Patterson tries to put words coming out of a characters mouth, it makes you want to punch yourself in the face When he writes descriptive, emotional paragraphs, it makes you want to punch him in the face.
I actually dog eared a couple pages because the writing was so bad, I wanted to be able to quick reference it to people to show them how bad it was.
Want another example of how bad a writer he is One of his other books is called, Night of the Machete I am not a God fearing man, but if you believe in God, maybe throw in an extra prayer for James Patterson s English language murdering soul.
In the entire history of my mature reading, spanning back to when I picked up Fahrenheit 451 at 15, I don t think I ve ever read a single sentence as soul crushingly, brain batteringly, rage inducingly bad as He made a noise It sounded like yaaaaaaagh HE MADE A NOISE IT SOUNDED LIKE YAAAAAAAGH Readers of popular fiction, this is what your favorite authors think of you They think you re only capable of processing things at a fourth grade level, that simply having a character shout YAAAAAAGH isn t enough emphasis has to be placed on how the noise sounded like yagh, but didn t necessarily have to be yagh, it could ve been something closely related like yargh or even yogh People who write sentences like that shouldn t be allowed publishing deals, they should be sent back to freshman creative writing class and kept there until they never typ Okay I am getting hooked on Alex Cross and may now have to read this series straight through I really enjoy the pace of these books, the way each short chapter jumps straight to the next so the reader has no opportunity to put the book down I read this one in one day staying up far too late in order to finish it and loved every minute of it There is a lot of violence against women in it that is its main theme after all since the murderers are insane rapists So if that kind of stuff offends you then do not read it Otherwise I recommend Alex Cross to anyone who enjoys a good murder mystery.
If this is what some people consider beach reading, they should drown themselves.
If I could scrub clean that part of my brain where the stench of this novel resides, I would While Patterson probably applauds himself for coming up with something as clever as an underground lair and the device of two serial rapist murderers working together, every other aspect of this book I have to call it a book, which is a four letter word and refers to something that is written but can also be used as a doorstop is goofy, stupid, and formulaic Two things are very clear 1 Patterson thinks Duke is the only university in the piedmont uuuuuuuugh and 2 he can t write a love scene in fact, I ve never been so turned off by the written words of love Ever.
This is genuinely the worst book I have ever finished.
To be fair, it is tolerable when there is action, which is often But every time James Patterson tries to put words coming out of a characters mouth, it makes you want to punch yourself in the face When he writes descriptive, emotional paragraphs, it makes you want to punch him in the face.
I actually dog eared a couple pages because the writing was so bad, I wanted to be able to quick reference it to people to show them how bad it was.
Want another example of how bad a writer he is One of his other books is called, Night of the Machete I am not a God fearing man, but if you believe in God, maybe throw in an extra prayer for James Patterson s English language murdering soul.
In the entire history of my mature reading, spanning back to when I picked up Fahrenheit 451 at 15, I don t think I ve ever read a single sentence as soul crushingly, brain batteringly, rage inducingly bad as He made a noise It sounded like yaaaaaaagh HE MADE A NOISE IT SOUNDED LIKE YAAAAAAAGH Readers of popular fiction, this is what your favorite authors think of you They think you re only capable of processing things at a fourth grade level, that simply having a character shout YAAAAAAGH isn t enough emphasis has to be placed on how the noise sounded like yagh, but didn t necessarily have to be yagh, it could ve been something closely related like yargh or even yogh People who write sentences like that shouldn t be allowed publishing deals, they should be sent back to freshman creative writing class and kept there until they never typ Okay I am getting hooked on Alex Cross and may now have to read this series straight through I really enjoy the pace of these books, the way each short chapter jumps straight to the next so the reader has no opportunity to put the book down I read this one in one day staying up far too late in order to finish it and loved every minute of it There is a lot of violence against women in it that is its main theme after all since the murderers are insane rapists So if that kind of stuff offends you then do not read it Otherwise I recommend Alex Cross to anyone who enjoys a good murder mystery.
If this is what some people consider beach reading, they should drown themselves.
If I could scrub clean that part of my brain where the stench of this novel resides, I would While Patterson probably applauds himself for coming up with something as clever as an underground lair and the device of two serial rapist murderers working together, every other aspect of this book I have to call it a book, which is a four letter word and refers to something that is written but can also be used as a doorstop is goofy, stupid, and formulaic Two things are very clear 1 Patterson thinks Duke is the only university in the piedmont uuuuuuuugh and 2 he can t write a love scene in fact, I ve never been so turned off by the written words of love Ever.
If you see me rating a book 5 stars, make sure you jump on it Very very thrilling Thoroughly enjoyed This story is a bit touchy as brutality is at it s best Two astute example executioners are teaming up, participating, contending and they are working across the nation Just imagine how terrifying is this In Los Angeles, a correspondent exploring a progression of homicides is murdered In Chapel Hill, North Carolina, a wonderful restorative assistant all of a sudden vanishes In Washington D.
C Alex Cross has returned to comprehend the most confounding and frightening homicide case ever.
My book ish Blog InstaThis is my second time reading this and I have to admit I m having a bit of an existential crisis Because, like, I used to genuinely enjoy this I wanted to re read this to scrub my brain clean from all the Women s Murder Club cheese barf I was thinking, yeah some classic Patterson will fix me right up WTF I used to think this was good I used to devour the Alex Cross series when I was 14 15, and fully evolving my love for murder and mayhem as a mature reader I would close a book thinking, yeah, so good.
But no, guys, seriously, so bad.
It s absolute shit I have seen the light James Patterson is single highhandedly murdering the mystery thriller genre, no pun intended His prose are atrocious There is zero depth to his plotting There s is no less than 2 overwrought cliches per page And if yo In Los Angeles, A Reporter Investigating A Series Of Murders Is Killed In Chapel Hill, North Carolina, A Beautiful Medical Intern Suddenly Disappears In Washington DC Alex Cross Is Back To Solve The Most Baffling And Terrifying Murder Case Ever Two Clever Pattern Killers Are Collaborating, Cooperating, Competing And They Are Working Coast To Coast Alex Cross is a cop A damn good cop He s 6 3 tall, taut with muscles, and strikingly handsome He s a doctor, too A damn good doctor A psychologist to the slum kids His washboard stomach gleams in the afternoon light, as he plays Nora Jones and Coltrane on his piano, stroking his children s heads with his other arms The phone rings, and he wonders if it s the FBI again, offering him that job running the DC police He lets it ring again, and again, and again He really doesn t have time for the FBI Because he s a damn good father, too.
What utter, utter, utter trash.
As in Like Water For Elephants, every character in this Mills Boon spinoff action novel is beautiful, perfect, confident, doubt and flaw less, cultured, smart, handsome, and wears a sixpack Every honorable character knows the right thing to do, when to do it, how to do it, why it needs to be done Like the black belt karate Good luck trying to put this one down after starting it From start to finish this book will have you sweating with anticipation of whats to come James Patterson does a great job of putting realistic characters in believable situations that will have you on the edge of your seat i guess you could say The story is about a detective named Alex Cross who is called on to try to find two notorious serial killers Patterson describes them as twin killers But are they really related You will encounter some of the most grusome and horrific murders The story has another twist to it Cross s niece goes missing from her college campus Now the investigation is personal This book is quick read and one worth reading If you like constant excitement this is the book for you This book will not disappoint Alex Cross is a skilled, and dedicated, detective from Washington, DC When he discovers his niece is missing from her college in NC and might possibly have been kidnapped by a serial killer, he jumps into the case with NC authorities and the FBI Women are disappearing All beautiful, very intelligent women Some are found murdered And others are just gone, with no clues as to their whereabouts When one victim escapes, Alex and the FBI find out that this case might be much complex and dangerous The NC kidnappings and murders might be related to similar crimes in California Alex and the FBI race to solve the case and find the missing victims before of them are killed I am really enjoying this series I read the first book because it was listed as part o



My book ish Blog InstaThis is my second time reading this and I have to admit I m having a bit of an existential crisis Because, like, I used to genuinely enjoy this I wanted to re read this to scrub my brain clean from all the Women s Murder Club cheese barf I was thinking, yeah some classic Patterson will fix me right up WTF I used to think this was good I used to devour the Alex Cross series when I was 14 15, and fully evolving my love for murder and mayhem as a mature reader I would close a book thinking, yeah, so good.
But no, guys, seriously, so bad.
It s absolute shit I have seen the light James Patterson is single highhandedly murdering the mystery thriller genre, no pun intended His prose are atrocious There is zero depth to his plotting There s is no less than 2 overwrought cliches per page And if yo If you see me rating a book 5 stars, make sure you jump on it Very very thrilling Thoroughly enjoyed This story is a bit touchy as brutality is at it s best Two astute example executioners are teaming up, participating, contending and they are working across the nation Just imagine how terrifying is this In Los Angeles, a correspondent exploring a progression of homicides is murdered In Chapel Hill, North Carolina, a wonderful restorative assistant all of a sudden vanishes In Washington D.
C Alex Cross has returned to comprehend the most confounding and frightening homicide case ever.
Alex Cross is a cop A damn good cop He s 6 3 tall, taut with muscles, and strikingly handsome He s a doctor, too A damn good doctor A psychologist to the slum kids His washboard stomach gleams in the afternoon light, as he plays Nora Jones and Coltrane on his piano, stroking his children s heads with his other arms The phone rings, and he wonders if it s the FBI again, offering him that job running the DC police He lets it ring again, and again, and again He really doesn t have time for the FBI Because he s a damn good father, too.
What utter, utter, utter trash.
As in Like Water For Elephants, every character in this Mills Boon spinoff action novel is beautiful, perfect, confident, doubt and flaw less, cultured, smart, handsome, and wears a sixpack Every honorable character knows the right thing to do, when to do it, how to do it, why it needs to be done Like the black belt karate Good luck trying to put this one down after starting it From start to finish this book will have you sweating with anticipation of whats to come James Patterson does a great job of putting realistic characters in believable situations that will have you on the edge of your seat i guess you could say The story is about a detective named Alex Cross who is called on to try to find two notorious serial killers Patterson describes them as twin killers But are they really related You will encounter some of the most grusome and horrific murders The story has another twist to it Cross s niece goes missing from her college campus Now the investigation is personal This book is quick read and one worth reading If you like constant excitement this is the book for you This book will not disappoint Alex Cross is a skilled, and dedicated, detective from Washington, DC When he discovers his niece is missing from her college in NC and might possibly have been kidnapped by a serial killer, he jumps into the case with NC authorities and the FBI Women are disappearing All beautiful, very intelligent women Some are found murdered And others are just gone, with no clues as to their whereabouts When one victim escapes, Alex and the FBI find out that this case might be much complex and dangerous The NC kidnappings and murders might be related to similar crimes in California Alex and the FBI race to solve the case and find the missing victims before of them are killed I am really enjoying this series I read the first book because it was listed as part o

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