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  • Hans

    PDF James Patterson ä PDF Alex Cross's Trial eBook Ù Alex Cross'sEpub ä kdglasscouk alex mobile, cross's free, trial pdf, Alex Cross's book, Alex Cross's Trial EpubThis review of the book Alex Cross's Trial by James Patterson Richard Dilallo is by Hans W Lindsay With all due respect to Mr Dilallo I decided that since James paid by the chapter Patterson no longer needs to be the primary author of the Alex Cross books I no longer need to be the primary reader of the fore mentioned seriesHere is what my reader had to say


  • Suzanne

    PDF James Patterson ä PDF Alex Cross's Trial eBook Ù Alex Cross'sEpub ä kdglasscouk alex mobile, cross's free, trial pdf, Alex Cross's book, Alex Cross's Trial EpubI actually loved this deviation from the normal Alex Cross series books The plot was devastating to read about and as a human being seeing that this is how things were handled and discussed about other human beings is shameful and horrendous I think books that talk of this matter are so helpful to humanity It reminds us to be better people My uick and simple overall enlightening and interesting


  • Nancy

    PDF James Patterson ä PDF Alex Cross's Trial eBook Ù Alex Cross'sEpub ä kdglasscouk alex mobile, cross's free, trial pdf, Alex Cross's book, Alex Cross's Trial EpubFor those of you who are fans of Alex Cross and I am one this book is a surprise It is not about the Alex Cross we know and love but about his ancestorsI have mixed feelings about this book it's well written engaging and holds you until the end many of the features I look for when choosing a book The characters are memorableHowever the topic the old South 1906 full of hatred prejudice lawlessness and separation is a bitter pill to swallow I recognize how far we've come in the relations between blacks and whites but unfortunately understand that those same prejudices still exist among races c


  • Sarah Spelbring

    PDF James Patterson ä PDF Alex Cross's Trial eBook Ù Alex Cross'sEpub ä kdglasscouk alex mobile, cross's free, trial pdf, Alex Cross's book, Alex Cross's Trial EpubI've been meaning to read from the Alex Cross series for awhile now ever since the corresponding movieseries came to Netflix but haven't for reasons So now I have even though it is a book that is not part of the main timelineThis book takes us back to Alex's ancestor Abraham who is not the main character In the early 1900s people of color were free from slavery but not from segregation and prejudiceor lynchings Our main character Ben Corbett is sent on a mission to Mississippi his hometown to define the extent of the racism going on There were points where I wondered if American history really was as bad as it's depicted within the pages of this book and it really made me upset at all the stuff the bad people were doing even though I'm sure it was the normal thing to do at the time Let's just say I'm so glad that period of history is over and that society has moved on somewhat there are still preju


  • Richard

    PDF James Patterson ä PDF Alex Cross's Trial eBook Ù Alex Cross'sEpub ä kdglasscouk alex mobile, cross's free, trial pdf, Alex Cross's book, Alex Cross's Trial EpubI have read many many of James Patterson's books and have enjoyed every one of them However this book is by far the best book that he has written and should be read by even those who are not familiar with his books and characters It is a different type of book altogether and is written from the viewpoint of Alex Cross his protagonist in so many novels It is also a historical type book in that it is the story of an event which took place in Alex Cross's family long before he was born Set in the Mississippi of 1906 it shows how one town can so easily be torn apart and set friend agains


  • Christopher

    PDF James Patterson ä PDF Alex Cross's Trial eBook Ù Alex Cross'sEpub ä kdglasscouk alex mobile, cross's free, trial pdf, Alex Cross's book, Alex Cross's Trial EpubIt took me a very long time to finish reading this novel because of how disturbing it is; it really is difficult to get through because of the gruesome detail exercised in regards to specifically lynchings and while it may be true that Patterson's work usually is fairly gruesome it is a lot difficult to read something that is based on something that really did happen Every character that is lynched in this novel represents a person that really did live once until his life was cut short with a rope bound tightly around his neck With that being said as a big James Patterson fan I really appreciate the fact that he wrote a historical fiction novel something that as far as I can remember he has not tried yet unless you would consider the Jester a work of historical fiction The novel makes it clear that Patterson did his homework and uncove


  • Megan

    PDF James Patterson ä PDF Alex Cross's Trial eBook Ù Alex Cross'sEpub ä kdglasscouk alex mobile, cross's free, trial pdf, Alex Cross's book, Alex Cross's Trial EpubPatterson tries to write about a very real very serious and very horrifying period in history lynchings in the early 19


  • Ms. Nikki

    PDF James Patterson ä PDF Alex Cross's Trial eBook Ù Alex Cross'sEpub ä kdglasscouk alex mobile, cross's free, trial pdf, Alex Cross's book, Alex Cross's Trial EpubNot about Alex Cross just a story of a family member in times of extreme racismNot for me


  • Alaina

    PDF James Patterson ä PDF Alex Cross's Trial eBook Ù Alex Cross'sEpub ä kdglasscouk alex mobile, cross's free, trial pdf, Alex Cross's book, Alex Cross's Trial EpubThis book sort of threw me for a loop because it's not about Alex It's about his ancestors Which don't get me wrong it's not a bad book at all but it's really hard to write out this reviewIn Alex Cross's Trial Patterson talks about the old south where Racism is alive and kicking and no one knows what the hell euality means The main character in this book Ben Corbett arrives back to his hometown in Mississippi after six years of being away Ben goes through hate filled


  • Dave

    PDF James Patterson ä PDF Alex Cross's Trial eBook Ù Alex Cross'sEpub ä kdglasscouk alex mobile, cross's free, trial pdf, Alex Cross's book, Alex Cross's Trial EpubI really liked this book I enjoy Patterson books in general but this one I feel is one of his better works Patterson and Dilallo keep you on the edge of your seat with events and fully involved in the characters They point out the human frailties of fear and feeling of safety in packs ego and the use of any means or any one to better ones self image greed and discrimination and all the other things the human animal clearly shows as normal traits The most dangerous animal walks on two feet Man is the only one to whom the torture and death of his fellow creatures is amusing in itself and this book manages to shed a little light in that directionA good read


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