Worst crime thriller book I have ever read. Full of cliche characters. The villain is so impressed with Bennett that he makes an outlandish offer. The beautiful hitwoman is a cartoon. I kept looking to see "Am I reading something not aimed at adults? Is this for young adults?" I kept rereading the reviews. What are these entities and websites? Later on, I began to imagine a bad Liam Neeson or Nic Cage movie: no more than 2 weeks in the theatre (100 seater in week 2). I didn't care whether the story continued or not. I just wanted the book to be over
I hope Patterson and Ledwidge work on this Bennett character because they are turning him into a cartoon detective. Okay plot and good supporting characters.
Great read. Looking forward to next book
Really great book. I'm a Patterson fan all the way and this is one of his better works. But I do have to say that the best Patterson series that I have read is The Women's Murder Club series.
another book with the ending continued in next book!! hate that.
I prefer the Michael Bennett series over the Alex Cross series. I have read every single book Mr. Patterson has written. This title was pretty good and thrilling.
The whole Michael Bennett series is BORING, tried one a few years ago and didn't finish it...thought I would try again with "I Michael Bennett"...I am over half way through it and I am giving up. I am disappointed in James Patterson because I love the Cross books and have read them all. Maybe it's his co-writer???
A real cliff hanger, one of Patterson
and Ledwidge better works.
I have read almost everything James P. has written, and have been really entertained with all of them. This one had me on the edge of my seat in a couple of chapters and the end made me laugh. Have you ever seen him on his commercials? He has a great deadpan sense of humor and that is exactly the way I took the ending. I can see him smiling as he leaves us hanging out to dry at the end! Good, I say! That assures us more of Michael Bennett, who is a good, self-effacing guy trying to do his best to cover all his bases, just like the rest of us.
Not bad, until you get to the end. I kept turning the pages thinking that it couldn't possibly just end .....like that. You feel really set-up.
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