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  1. says:

    AyeNow I'm hopeful that JP fans and James himself can forgive me for this review given that he sold like 400 million copies

  2. says:

    uite possibly the worst book I have ever read There are two minimum reuirements for a story that you have a plot and that you write in a method that the reader can follow and this book failed on both counts The story jumped around so much that it was hard to follow what was going on and I'm still not uite sure what happ

  3. says:

    Constantly through all my reviews on Patterson books I have continually said that i have yet to find a bomb so to speak The Thomas Berryman Nu

  4. says:

    Let me see What can I say about this book??I have had this on my shelf for some timeI started it and I kept pushing thinking I have to giveit a chance After a while I was going to uit but Ifelt that I had invested so much of my time

  5. says:

    This was James Patterson's first book As I was reading it I was so confused about the whole thing If I had read this before any of his others I dont think I would have read any of his other books It was very odd

  6. says:

    DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME It was boring and it would never end I can usually read his stuff in a day but this was not the case It took forever to finish and I wanted to throw it away half way through the book It never got better

  7. says:

    This book has NOT aged well In a nutshell it's about a reporter investigating the assassination of a Tennessee politician killed because he's Black Besides the freuent racial slurs and stereotypes yes I realize this was wr

  8. says:

    I'm really surprised I've never read a James Patterson book before and having been given this one and being in between books I thought I'd give it a go It must be good right? I mean he has sold books than anyone ever And this is his first book presumably the one that gave him his big break As an author myself I couldn't wait to see how he had captured an agent or publishers attention with those first crucial

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    I had heard great things about this author so I thought that I would read one of his early books and make my way through his works This book was excruciating to read I almost uit reading it numerous times I eventually finished it but there was

  10. says:

    I have read a lot of James Patterson Alex Cross Women's Murder Club and usually enjoy it I decided to read some of his older books and this book was an incredible disappointment It was fragmented and hard to foll

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The Thomas Berryman Number

Ith three terrifying murders in the South It ends with a relentless and unforgettable manhunt in the North In between is th. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME It was boring and it would never end I can usually read his stuff in a day but this was not the case It took forever to finish and I wanted to throw it away half way through the book It never got better The White Nights of Ramadan unforgettable manhunt in the North In between is th. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME It was boring and it would never end I can

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E riveting story of a chilling assassin the woman he loves and the beloved leader he is hired to kill with extreme prejudic. I m really surprised I ve never read a James Patterson book before and having been given this one and being in between books I thought I d give it a go It must be good right I mean he has sold books than anyone ever And this is his first book presumably the one that gave him his big break As an author myself I couldn t wait to see how he had captured an agent or publishers attention with those first crucial chapters And then I started reading From the start I struggled to understand what was happening to whom I found myself reading the same sentences several times trying to work it out I found the format difficult too A space between paragraphs missing commas which didn t help my ability to understand what was happening and really odd observations that were inserted like bullet points and didn t seem to belongBy page 16 I had decided this book wasn t for me I have a pile of books to read and was not going to waste any time on this oneI am sure Patterson is successful for a reason though I can only assume it is in spite of this book It will be a while before I read another of his stories

Read & download Ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB á James Patterson

You are about to begin one of the classic American novels of suspense by one of the world's bestselling authors It begins w. uite possibly the worst book I have ever read There are two minimum reuirements for a story that you have a plot and that you write in a method that the reader can follow and this book failed on both counts The story jumped around so much that it was hard to follow what was going on and I m still not uite sure what happened The story started off well by introducing us to a charcter who claims he can provide evidence that a hit man carried out a murder despite there being video evidence that someone else did the crime But the story just nose dives after this and it never explains if it was indeed the title character who carried out the assasination how exactly he managed to frame someone else I m a big fan of Patterson and have read most of his work I have been looking forward to reading his first novel for some time and was very dissapointed If there is one possitive thing to come out of this book it is that James Patterson s story telling has greatly improved since he penned this work

  • Paperback
  • 272
  • The Thomas Berryman Number
  • James Patterson
  • English
  • 01 January 2019
  • 9780446600453