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7th Heaven by James Patterson
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Jul 25, 09

really liked it
bookshelves: audio, 999-challenge

Good, but not as good as book 1 and 6. As this series moves along, the personal lives of the girls are more in the spotlight than them working together as they did in the beginning. This book has a lot going on with the chemistry between Conklin and Lindsey. It's interesting, but I found myself really torn between where I wanted Patterson to take this. I like that Conklin is swooning over Lindsey, but Joe is a rock and I think is meant to be that kind of character.

Lindsey's closing of the fire cases was a surprise. It was a nice twist and something unexpected. I wasn't as interested in the case with Michael Campion so I can't really comment other than to say it's a little forgettable. I'm still looking forward to reading 8th Confession and hope that it really gets me back to loving this series.

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