Stefan Yates's Reviews > The 5th Horseman

The 5th Horseman by James Patterson
Rate this book
Clear rating

by
7590340
's review
Feb 02, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: general-fiction
Read on January 01, 2011 — I own a copy

I hadn't read a Patterson in a while when I picked this up and it immediately brought back all of the reasons that I like his books.

After a bit of a let-down for me with 4th of July, the Women's Murder Club is back in fine form. Patterson's characters are all likeable and easy to root for. The writing style is what I would call very comfortable and the storyline moves along at the usual Patterson frenetic pace. Once I start, I usually don't want to put one of his books down and The 5th Horseman is no exception.

I read a lot over lunch at work and another caveat of reading his novels is that the chapters are usually short and it's always easy to find a place to stop (even if you REALLY don't want to!)

Anyway, I guess this isn't a review for The 5th Horseman exactly, but more of a review of James Patterson novels in general. He writes books that are incredibly fun and engaging to read and I would recommend picking one up! If you can start at the beginning of one of his series, that would be best, but another caveat of his writing is that he does a great job of filling the reader in on what's going on, so if you pick up a series in the middle, you're still ok.
7 likes · flag

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read The 5th Horseman.
Sign In »

Reading Progress

05/10/2016 marked as: read

Comments (showing 1-2 of 2) (2 new)

dateDown arrow    newest »

message 1: by Andy (new)

Andy Hiscocks exactly. I had the same feeling.


message 2: by Martyna (new) - added it

Martyna Good to know you liked it. I agree that 4th of July was not the best. Actually for me I fee a bit disappointed, 1st book was so good that others just don't meet my expectations.


back to top