Gone (Michael Bennett #6)
Manuel Perrine doesn't fear anyone or anything. A charismatic and ruthless leader, Perrine slaughters rivals as effortlessly as he wears his trademark white linen suit. Detective Michael Bennett once managed to put Perrine behind bars, the only official in the US ever to accomplish that. But...more
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This book does round off what happened with the last book but yet again we finish it and return to the status quo. All the kids will end up in exactly the same position they are usually in with no changes (none of them have girlfri ...more
So eight months down the track, settled into the countryside in a safe-house in California with the cows, horses and massive doses of ...more
The thing is, I love reading about Michael Bennett's kids and his nanny. I think they're really interesting characters.
I really, really don't like the cliched, one dimensional character that Michael Bennett has become. And I don't like how Patterson and Ledwidge thought it was appropriate to sneak in some political ranting into the book. Stic ...more
The ending was rushed, very rushed... I couldn't believe after 2 books with Perrine as the bad guy, what should have been a major climatic ending was actually a big flop. If James Patterson hadn't had his name on this book, i would have presumed the end storyline was wri ...more
After the events ...more
I was so excited when I found out the new book was being released and I can't describe my feelings when I actually had it in my hands. Now however, I feel like incredibly let do ...more
Narrators Danny Mastrogiorgio and Henry Leyva do an excellent job bringing all the characters to life. Their mannerisms and cadence will hold you spellbound as the narration flows back and forth between them.
Manuel Perrine is a ruthless drug dealer and charismatic leader who uses any means necessary to get what he wants. NYPD Detective Michael Bennett is the on ...more
Mike, his 10 kids, Father Seamus, and their nanny Mary Catherine are ...more
There was a time when I couldn't wait for the next James Patterson novel but these day's I have to make an effort.
I continue to read the books hoping that they will return to the exciting fast paced paged turners that I fell in love with but honestly it has been sometime since I have really enjoyed one of his novels.
Reading other reviews of his books it appears that many other of his prolific readers are gettin ...more
Michael Bennett the Irish cop with 10 kids, one dead wife, an Irish priest for a grandfather. And an Irish nanny in the form of Mary Catherine.
The family are in hiding due to Perrine. A vicious drug lord with a taste for cutting off heads.
Yup Bennett tried to send him to jail in the last book but Perrine wasn't keen to go.
He vowed revenged and the whole family shipped off to California. A state just by the Mexican boarder....Alaska might have been a w ...more
Detective Michael Bennett: Michael Bennett is a detective for the NYPD. He was born in the Bronx in a Christian household. He attended Regis High School and then went to Manhattan College. After college, he joined the police force. He started at the Bronx 49th Precinct fighting street crime. He then transferred to the NYPD’s hostage negotiation team where he negotiated with kidnappers to release numerous people held hostage at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in the book Step on a ...more
I have to nit-pick here since I get critiqued for such errors even though I am only a selp-published amateur.
This author and James Patterson are supposed to be professionals with this book being a best seller.
I guess the "50 Shades" series should have proved to everyone that you don't have to be a ...more
This one opens with the Bennett family in Witness Protection, as a crazed drug lord is after them in revenge for his wife's death. The Bennett's are a huge clan of adopted children, along with Michael's grandfather, and an Irish nanny.
The drug lord, Perrine, places a huge bounty on the family. They cross the countr ...more
He's also, apparently, he ...more
This book was one that I anticipated the release of for quite some time as I felt left hanging at the end of the fifth installment, I, Michael Bennett with the family going into witness protection.
This book, however, I feel was rushed at the end. It felt like "oh crap, we are getting to our 100 chapter mark, wrap ...more
It's great that ...more
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James Patterson has created more enduring fictional characters than any other novelist writing today with his Alex Cross, Michael Bennett, Women’s Murder Club, Private, NYPD Red, Daniel X, Maximum Ride, and Middle School series. As of January 2016, he has sold over 350 milli ...more