My quick and simple overall: enlightening and interesting. I really enjoyed his early work and especially the character, Alex Cross. It does not even have Alex Cross his self in the book but Crosses ancestor Abraham Cross. If you are familiar with the Alex cross saga then you will know that James Patterson's book a always written in the present time. The next three are triplets.
Which don't get me wrong, it's not a bad book at all but it's really hard to write out this review. The year is 1906, and America is segregated. Although the book did have the same theme of the cross books. I'm not given to writing negative reviews, if I don't like a book. Alex Cross tells the irresistible story - passed down through the generations - of an ancestor's courageous fight for freedom. Walter was a huge agency, and they readily hired young folks on a sort of trial basis.
In fact, I found it really enjoyable. Also, it is beginning to get on my nerves that Mr Patterson gets so much credit for books he does not solely author. It's a lot like The Magic Treehouse childrens' series, except with extreme violence. However, this book is by far the best book that he has written, and should be read by even those who are not familiar with his books and characters. Corbett, Ben checks into a rooming house.
Betrayed and deeply hurt, she heads for a safe haven outside the capital. Even family guy retrospects include a tie to current situations as stupid as they are. Written in the fearless voice of Detective Alex Cross, Alex Cross's Trial is a 1 New York Times bestseller of murder, love, and above all, bravery. Now, Alex passes the family tale along to his own children in a book he's written—a novel called Trial. James Patterson has had more New York Times bestsellers than any other writer, ever, according to Guinness World Records. He enlists their help and the two Crosses introduce Corbett to the other side of the idyllic southern town.
I really was setting myself up to go through one more of the Alex Cross series. Ben aims to break the reign of terror--but the truth of who is really behind it could break his heart. Alex Cross is my favorite character although he's really not one in this book. With all due respect to Mr. Patterson also delivers some good twists and turns throughout the story that have you hanging on the edge of your seat. This story of tough times opens our eyes to the mood of the south and the struggles of those who lived through it all.
It is also a historical-type book, in that it is the story of an event which took place in Alex Cross's family long before he was born. Even as I began to read it, I nearly put it down due to the period it was set and, well it was a little slow at first! Two things to understand about Alex Cross's Trial is that it is not really about Alex Cross. I felt like the author was trying to get to certain word count level. I would still be angry too if my family were treated in such horrible ways. Horrible is the best word to describe. Very clean with tight binding.
All Alex does is says he's writing a book based on Nana Momma's recollection of a story. Ben aims to break the reign of terror--but the truth of who is really behind it could break his heart. Set in Mississippi in 1906, Alex Cross's grandfather is one of the main characters, along with Ben Corbett, a young D. There was little depth to the book, yet such a deep subject. It is not a neat process, but it is a pleasant, and obviously successful process.
Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. Although the title of the book implies that this is an Alex Cross thriller, it is actually much more. Even though it is a work of fiction, stories like these ones need to be told. Some of his feature film credits include Happiness, Kinsey, Road to Perdition, Along Came a Spider, and Random Hearts. He was a cornerstone of my life. My passion at Holy Cross was not writing; it was Fenwick Theatre.
The articles made the killings seem so spectacular——a spectacle not to be missed. When President Roosevelt asks Ben to return to his home town to investigate rumors of the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan there, he cannot refuse. Alex Cross's Trial is not really about Alex Cross. The writing was so bad that I was actually offended by it. Ben aims to break the reign of terror - but the truth of who he really behind it could break his heart. I hate that anyone lived or went through that.
Were you a bookworm at Holy Cross? A real page-turner to the very end, with a cast of surprising characters -- including President Teddy Roosevelt. Patterson has also donated more than one million books to U. And yet, I do not want to be associated with those who believe that those horrific acts were warranted and justified. Ben aims to break the reign of terror - but the truth of who is really behind it could break his heart. However, if you're expecting it to be Alex Cross solving another mystery, sorry that's not this book. But he goes about it all wrong. It follows in the series, and comes before his novel.