Well, the book turned out to be story about a dad looking for the biological parents of his kid. It was okay, but it never really got me going. To be honest, even though I read 80 percent of the book, I didn't quite finish it. It's not that the book sucked that bad ...more
The further Jake digs the more he reveals shocking evidence of crimes including illegal baby trafficking and a long line of cover ups in one of New York's wealth ...more
Jake is the type of guy you want fighting on your sid ...more
Jake doesn’t have enough to go around. Trying to be everything to everyone, father and son occasionally exchange harsh words. Feeling ignored, thirteen year old Sam asks dad to find his real mom. When a series of unexpe ...more
Fast-paced suspense that keeps you guessing until the end. A likeable main character that could start a series for Green. Highly recommended.
American Outrage is about a boy who asks his adoptive father, a journalist, to find his biological mother. What the two hadn’t expected were the death traps they would have to avoid to find the answer. American Outrage could have been a great book had the editing been better.
If you are offended by swear words, don't read it. They are numerous.