Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Book Review: The Quickie by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge

The Quickie
Genre: Suspense Thriller
Paperback, 357 pages

Lauren sees her husband go into a hotel with another woman while he should've been at work. She then decides to have a fling with her work crush because hey, two can play that game...right? After a steamy evening, things take a very unsuspected turn changing Lauren's life forever.

At a quick 357 pages, I blazed through this book in a few days. I probably would've read it in one sitting if I hadn't been so busy.

In true Ledwidge/Patterson fashion, this book remained true to locations and the feel of NYC. There were colorful, realistic characters and heart pounding action.

While the ending was semi rushed and uninteresting, the story was entertaining on the whole. There were just the right amount of twists and turns keeping confusion at a minimum.

Without spoiling anything, if you do decide to read this book, be prepared to be fooled again and again.

Bottom line: 3 out of 4 stars! I would definitely read it again! Recommended for James Patterson fans.

1 comment:

  1. Hmmm, not the usual kind of book I would read but now I want to know what happens!


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