[Ebook] Honeymoon By James Patterson – Chainnews.us

HoneymoonJames Patterson Um Dos Grandes Mestres Da Arte Do Thriller, E As Suas Obras Tornam Se, Invariavelmente, Estrondosos Bestsellers Internacionais Neste Seu Romance, Somos Invadidos Por Uma Esp Cie De Fasc Nio Negro E Sedutor Que Emana Da Protagonista, Nora Sinclair, Uma Aut Ntica Femme Fatale Ao Estilo Dos Anos 40, Que Deixa Atr S De Si Um Rasto Sinistro De Homens Mortos Em Circunst Ncias Misteriosas E Quando John O Hara, Agente Do FBI, Se V Envolvido Na Investiga O Do Caso, Rapidamente Cede Ao Magnetismo Da Sua Beleza Sensual E Mort Fera Obcecado, Rendido, Deixa Se Apanhar Nas Malhas Daquela Vi Va Negra Insaci Vel, E Acaba Por Desvendar Toda A Verdade Da Pior Maneira Poss Vel A Noiva Assassina Foi Distinguido Com O International Thriller Of The Year 2005 Pelo Grupo Bertelsmann.

[Ebook] Honeymoon By James Patterson – Chainnews.us
  • Paperback
  • 299 pages
  • Honeymoon
  • James Patterson
  • Portuguese
  • 25 March 2017
  • 9789722336970

10 thoughts on “Honeymoon


  1. says:

    This book was entertaining to say the least The characters have a good deal of depth for a quick beach read The mystery wasn t huge in this one but it had enough to leave you reading in one sitting if you are a Patterson fan It s the characters in this book that make it because there is so much going on between them all Nora was an awful human being but very fascinating to read My quick and simple overall great quick read to enjoy on a hot day in the sun in which by I mean I spent it in my r...


  2. says:

    I picked this book up in the resort library because I had forgotten to pack a quality book Yes, I finished it, but that was because I didn t have a lot options A quick, easy read, it left nothing to talk about If you like sex scenes, there are some But it was lacking in mystery, s...


  3. says:

    Didn t think I was going to like this much, considering it is for adults and is a crime thriller type thing But I did enjoy it I ve been trying to get out and read a wider range of material and this book was the beginning of that I m excited to see what other wonders I will discover along the way.


  4. says:

    This stands out as one of the worst books I have ever read Just a taste of the cheesiness within Connor vs Jeffrey They were both so much fun They made her laugh, made her feel special And there was certainly no denying that they were wonderful in bed or wherever else they chose to have sex They were tall, in wonderful shape, handsome as film stars No, actually, they were handsome than the film stars she knew The fact was, Nora loved being with Connor and Jeffrey equally Wh...


  5. says:

    So this is the guy, who s top earning author of 2015, dwarfing all his competitors Well now, I m not gonna say that it is bullshit though I cannot confirm or deny that I might or might not be thinking so , but certainly I m gonna be very vocal about not understanding why and how, but mostly, why Yes, this book was a page turner chapters consisting of 2 3 pages, leaving a page empty besides a couple of lines up top than once did not impede that , and yes, it has been quite decent story, but besides that Cardboard characters, lots of unnecessary chit chat which, I guess, served as a filler for those half empty pages and unlikely ending, combined with stupid behavior of those cardboard characters surprise, surprise leaves me unimpressed and in the future I will definitely have doubts about reading anything Patterson wrote Don t get me wrong, this book is not bad, it s just that it is so typical, full of cliches and unoriginal, that it s only good to read if you wish to was...


  6. says:

    I liked Nora Sinclair.


  7. says:

    Like any James Patterson book, it was fast paced and read quickly However, like many of his books, Honeymoon was filled with half baked plot twists, plot developments that were unnecessarily made into twists, and just odd narrative decisions throughout If the book had been straightforward, then I might would ve enjoyed it better Instead, Patterson treats every single event in the book as a soap opera style twist before the commercial I was only waiting for the musical stings at the end of each chapter Instead, I found myself confused about some of the twists and their significance In fact, I m still confused about the point of the subplot about a briefcase and large amount of money that has little to no relevance to the main plot at all In short, ...


  8. says:

    Even though the story is still quite entertaining, the characters are very cheesy and credulous How can Nora Sinclair pull it off with her marriage with one man and continue her affair of the other man, or how can she so easily transfer the money of her fianc s account to hers in Cayman Island In the real world, transferring that sum of money of 1.9 billion to a different account registration can never be done online by a few clicks without attaining authentication by phone or paper document How can she free from all the 3 murder charges and one attempt to poison the FBI agent O Hara with all had happened, the story never mentions how she gets away from those charges which I don t know any lawyer can defend her that well The story also never lets us know what is in Nora s mom Olivia s letter which left in Nora s purse what really makes Olivia wants to kill her hus...


  9. says:

    Ooops Deleted the review.Audiobook Narrated by Campbell Scott and Hope Davis Good narration, although I don t particularly enjoy female narrators.This book is totally unbelievable and cheesyLOTS cheesy But I enjoyed it anyway, for the second time.


  10. says:

    Ugh You re always taking a risk with James Patterson Often, his books can be trashy, fast paced fun But Honeymoon, which my edition claims is the Worldwide Thriller of the Year , is an unmitigated bore Thankfully, the 2 to 3 page chapters ensure it can be read quickly and easily otherwise you most likely would put it down and not bother picking it up again The book jacket tells us that John O Hara is an FBI agent on the trail of Nora Sinclair, whose rich spouses or fiances have a habit of dying The thing is, that could almost be considered a spoiler, because O Hara s identity isn t fully clear until almost halfway through the book Indeed, this book s only attempts at plot twists is having an unidentified person turn out to be a person we already know, and all of which are groan inducingly predictable and obvious For example view spoiler The Tourist is actually John O Hara as well OMG T...

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