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Private Games by James Patterson
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Mar 03, 2012

really liked it
Read from March 03 to 06, 2012

This is the second book I've read in the Patterson's "Private" series, and I'm hooked. The books, although written in collaboration with different co-authors, are a refreshing change from the triteness that has been the norm with some of Patterson's more recent offerings. This one combines two loves of mine - tracking down villains and the Olympics (appropriately, the setting is London) - so it's doubly enjoyable.

There's no shortage of action throughout, and the main characters are reasonably intriguing. Near the end, things got a bit on the wild and nearly implausible (but predictable) side, reminding me a bit of Dan Brown's Angels & Demons. But if you're looking for action in which the only bending of your mind happens when you run into British spellings of key words, you'll love the flavour of this one.
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