Monday, December 6, 2010

Book Review: Jack and Jill by James Patterson

Jack and Jill by James Patterson
Vision, 1997
480 pages

Library: Bedford Branch
Genre: Thriller, Suspense

Alex Cross is back with a new set of murderers to catch. This time, a duo self-dubbed Jack and Jill are targeting celebrities in DC. There is also a child killer on the loose. This hits close to home because Cross' son attends the school that this killer leaves his victims.

I had a lot of trouble getting through this one. Something about Alex Cross' personality doesn't sit well with me. He's way too polite and really uninteresting in the book. I found that I wanted to read the chapters that had nothing to do with him way more than when he was narrating. I'm hoping that I will like the others more than I liked this book.

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