Nov 24, 07
Read in September, 2007
From a blog post I wrote in 2007:
If you're expecting You've Been Warned by James Patterson and Howard Roughan to be a 'typical' Patterson book, you're going to be disappointed.
Sure, there are short chapters and a first person narrative. But, other than that it's not at all what you'd expect.
The story revolves around a young woman in New York City who's got secrets in her past and present, obsessions for her camera and her married boyfriend, serious nightmares and who sees dead people. It's supernatural poppycock for the most part and the "surprise" ending wasn't that much of a surprise.
Fortunately, it was a quick read but I have to say I could very happily have spent my time on something more productive and enjoyable.