Fear No Evil (Alex Cross, 29)

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Fear No Evil (Alex Cross, 29)

Fear No Evil (Alex Cross, 29)

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The sub-plots involving the exploits of Bree Stone—Cross’s wife and former Metro PD detective—on her mission to Paris to nab a rotten, embezzling billionaire, and Ali Cross’s skills of detection, are engaging, too. Cross and Sampson were planning an adventure getaway when all this commenced, but their plans have been delayed. Patterson is known as the world’s bestselling author and has created more enduring fictional characters than any other novelist living today.

One of the cornerstone series for James Patterson, this one may have finally lost its steam and needs to be shelved for good. Alex Cross enters the final showdown with the relentless killer who has stalked him and his family for years. He has grown and changed in many ways, but his ethical and moral compass remains true and strong, a prime example and model for doing good, no matter what the situation is.

The main protagonist in the series, Alex Cross, is a highly intelligent and rational detective and specialist in forensic psychologist based in Washington, D. It feels like with the way this book ended, Patterson is setting up for a big Cross/”M” faceoff in the next one to coincide with it being the 30th Alex Cross and an anniversary book. There is never a chance to get bored and there is alot of dead bodies for Alex and Sampson to investigate. A master of his craft, Patterson slowly builds the plot with a series of set pieces, well-timed reveals, and a final twist that climaxes in a heart-pounding and tense ending.

All the while Patterson teases with the elusive identity of his main antagonist and why they would be targeting Cross. Plenty of fast paced action, lots of bodies, twists and turns galore, all the while chasing the bad guys!They end up in the wilds of Montana and it’s clear both groups want them dead, as they hunt them down. Cross is his usual go-getter self, swooping in to help as best he can, while also rescuing his wife from danger as she investigates something over in Europe. Once they were on board, Cross received a threatening text from M that showed him how he knows the location of each member of his family. Throughout the entirety of the Alex Cross series, Patterson has consistently included the strong bond of friendship and love, and this continues with Fear No Evil.

Others may disagree, and I welcome it, but I am left wondering if it’s time to stop and let others fight crime. C. He started as a homicide detective but eventually becomes a senior agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.He has written many other number one bestsellers including collaborations with President Bill Clinton and Dolly Parton, stand-alone thrillers and non-fiction.

I'm catching new parts that I missed the first time, and the plot is really interesting, with my name all over it. And there are a few questions—questions I can’t mention here for fear of spoiling it—that are left unanswered, perhaps to hook the reader onto the next episode; but someone of Patterson’s stature doesn’t have to do that, does he? This book was good and had quite a bit of action; however, it did not keep me on the edge of my seat. The setting is a little different to the usual (country Montana for the last part), and Bree is running her own business (suspend belief on that aspect of the plot), but that is about where it ends on the novelty front. The body count and torturing were higher than normal, and that is saying a lot for a Patterson novel.

Bad things - Ali had a small storyline, which could have been expanded and involved the reader more. I have really enjoyed Alex Cross, and finding him developing within his family and who are his best friends within the FBI and the Police.



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