Alex Cross: London Bridges No. 10 by James Patterson (2004, Hardcover)
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About this product
- AuthorJames Patterson
- Number Of Pages400 pages
- SeriesAlex Cross
- Publication Date2004-11-01
- PublisherLittle Brown & Company
- Series Volume NumberNo. 10
- Copyright Date2004
- Weight21.7 Oz
- Height1.2 In.
- Width6.4 In.
- Length9.6 In.
- LC Classification NumberPS3566.A822L665 2004
- Dewey Decimal813/.54
- Dewey Edition22
Most relevant reviews
- millerfarmmeMar 03, 2009by
"Falling Down" is the phrase that comes to mind!
This book is the next in line after The Big Bad Wolf, and picks up with Alex Cross where he left off. I wanted to read this sequel because I felt the BBW ended so poorly, with much unsaid and unaccounted for. Mr. Patterson's endings fall down on the job in this manner.
I haven't read a lot of James Patterson, but his writing style is easy to read with a surprise or two here and there. I have ordered the rest of the books in this Alex Cross series and will plug through them.
There is nothing deep to be found in the writings, so for anyone looking for something that can be picked up and put down randomly, this is a good book for that. The chapters are all very short, usually two to four pages. The pace is steady and inviting but not with an edge-of-your-seat, can't-put-it-down frenzy.
I do like that descriptions of violence give a general idea of actions without graphic details. That could also be a a side effect of rather emotionless relationships in general throughout the book, but it's welcome in this respect.Read full review
- fitnewenglandch...Aug 11, 2008by
London Bridge is falling down!
London Bridges - By James Patterson!
I loved loved loved this book. It was heart pumping and action packed. THE WHOLE THING RIGHT TO THE END! I couldn't have read a more better book, well other than Pop Goes the Weasel. This book London Bridges was great it was a mix of Pop Goes the Weasel and Big Bad Wolf all in one! Of course I don't want to say too much to ruin your readings of other books up to this point. Just put it this way. I loved this book, it is a must read in my opinion. If you don't read all in the series read this one. I love adventure and the hunt for bad guys. I read Hannibal years back and it was a hunt for him, just like in this one. This book would be a FANTASTIC MOVIE!
Keep on reading! Heather
- grn793Nov 09, 2008by
London Bridges was received in excellent condition.
The book was a fantastic book by James Patterson. All of the books that I have read lately (quite a few of them) have been very good books. He is an awesome writer. I plan to read all of his books. I bought it because I had read several others before this particular one and now I am getting them three at a time.
- vivace_momOct 25, 2005by
Alex Cross is back...but the book is a little dull
I'm a big fan of James Patterson and Alex Cross, but this book was a little disappointing. It is yet another cat-and-mouse game between the good guys and the bad guys, but this mystery doesn't bring anything new to the game. Alex's personal life is similarly unfulfilling; there is less of an emphasis on the personal relationships than in previous books, leaving the character lacking depth. It was a pretty quick read and easy to get into, particularly if you've read the other Alex Cross books. It would be good for an airplane read or on vacation.
- dianeb5270Sep 04, 2006by
Finally, another Alex Cross book worthy of James Patterson. It's a thoroughly satisfying thriller. Like the other Alex Cross books, the chapters are short and lead the reader to the next chapter, and the next, and the next. Impossible to put down until the end. Patterson has returned to his writing style with this book, unlike the many recent "co-authored" titles he has been putting out lately--all of them a disappointment. I had almost given up on Mr. Patterson--then London Bridges came along!