Monday, November 28, 2016
Invisible (James Patterson & David Ellis)
It started eight months ago, when Emmy's sister was killed in a house fire. Her death was written off as an accident, but Emmy knows that she was murdered.
There have been dozens of 'accidental' fires across the US over the past year that are all too similar to be coincidental.
One of the worst serial killers of all time is being ignored. And it's up to her to stop him.
Quote: "Well, what's that saying? You can't have a rainbow without a storm, you can't have a diamond without friction? You're just going to make me better. Yes, that's right, that's the old Graham talking. Maybe I needed a new challenge. Maybe this can be chapter two of our story."
My thoughts on this book: What a refreshing change from some of the very disappointing reads that have been released recently under the James Patterson brand. This book is like going back to the early stories, which were a big success with their short punchy chapters and plenty of action. Again, this book is co-written so it is difficult to tell what input Patterson had exactly but nevertheless it ticks all the boxes.
A very entertaining read that I found difficult to put down due to the tension it produced.