EPUB ✓ MOBI The Thomas Berryman Number ☆ 9780759567627 FREE ↠ JAMES PATTERSON

MOBI ↠ The Thomas Berryman Number ☆ James Patterson

The Thomas Berryman NumberIth 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

MOBI The Thomas Berryman Number

EPUB ✓ MOBI The Thomas Berryman Number ☆ 9780759567627 FREE ↠ JAMES PATTERSON Î ➳ [Reading] ➶ The Thomas Berryman Number By James Patterson ➩ – Danpashley.co.uk You are about to begin one of the classic American novels of suspense by one of the wE riveting story of a chilling assassin the woman he loves and the beloved leader he is hired to kill with extreme prejudic 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 nothing satisfying about finishing it The book jumped around all over the place and was hard to follow at times Nothing enjoyable about it

James Patterson ☆ The Thomas Berryman Number MOBI

You are about to begin one of the classic American novels of suspense by one of the world's bestselling authors It begins w AyeNow I'm hopeful that JP fans and James himself can forgive me for this review given that he sold like 400 million copies of his books since BUT this was slowwwwwww This is James's first ever published novel back in 1976 I'm not surprised however that James's first few novels have been lost in history amid the Alex Cross craze Not many people have even heard of this novel including myself up until not long ago called The Thomas Berryman Number I'll start with the writing I know that since this first novel James's writing has improved a lot It's not terrible in this novel but it's a bit stunted and lacks the sort of paciness that he's become famous for since I was also a bit distracted by freuent paragraph breaks where they shouldn't have been It felt a bit jumpy or something like it lacked fluidity I'd also have a hard time calling this book a thriller Mystery novel yes Thriller debatable It so read like a sort of hardboiled fiction And I couldn't help but imagine this as though it was a black and white filmFurther I found the plot kind of confusing I think this was mostly because the plot was slow and not all that interesting so I became a bit dazed and inattentive while reading it I lost interest fairly uickly in the story and the characters But the story jumps back and forth between present and past uite often and it's easy to miss the timeline switches if you aren't paying close attention Okay back to the writing uickly to James's credit it is clear that he's always been a very very good writer of first person narration Even here in his first ever novel it is clear that he's always had a gift at tapping into the first person First person narration is the most difficult style in my opinion but James does it well when few others can Not much else to say This is a shortish novel easy to read in a day or two or three But I'd recommend sticking to James's popular novels