Beach House French Edition by James Patterson

  • Title: Beach House (French Edition) by James Patterson (2012-06-28)
  • Author: James Patterson
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    1. Comme tout de James Patterson, très bien écrit, intrigue haletante, cette fois-ci le garçon pauvre contre les riches. Il doit défendre la répuation de son jeune frère, tué parce qu'il en savait trop. Des chapitres très courts donnent un rythme soutenu et de nombreux retournements de situation surprennent à chaque fois. Dialogues bien ciselés, ce qu'il faut de comédie et de romance. Beaucoup de bons sentiments familiaux aussi, rapprochement avec son grandpère et "happy end" avec son a [...]

    2. Jane Green tends to write write fluffy beach reads, the sort of books that get turned into equally fluffy TV movies.And in "The Beach House," she links together a series of storylines that could have easily made up their own books, with a warm'n'fuzzy sentimental core in an ancient Nantucket house. Unfortunately it begins to come unravelled about halfway through, and some of those storylines simply rush to the finish line without bothering to spin up a satisfactory conclusion.Eccentric widow Nan [...]

    3. This novel deals with the seamy side of the nouveau riche and the dual justice system, i.e higher priced attorneys and all the witnesses money can buy for the rich, contrasted with public defenders and execution of the poor (see Bernard Cornwell's "Gallows Thief" for a novel set in an earlier time period). When a young parking attendent at a posh private party is found dead on the beach, there is a strong effort by powerful people to sweep everything under the rug. There are unanswered questio [...]

    4. I'm giving this 1 star because the only paperback option was mass market when I bought it. The pages are too crowded with words for me to concentrate. I love James Patterson and would probably like this book but the format didn't work for me.

    5. While "The Beach House" falls dramatically short of most of Patterson's novels, one can't be too harsh on this murder mystery, set in the gloriously rich Hamptons. Co-writer Peter DeJonge may be responsible for the majority of the writing, but that's something we'll never know.The first person narratives of both the victim and his brother are interesting, and put things in different perspectives.One of my main concerns however focused on the victim, Peter Mullen. Obviously he comes from a very [...]

    6. Some close friends of mine gave me very stong reviews of this book and encouraged me to read it. I finally got around to borrowing a copy from the library, and I was excited to get started. By the time I finished, though, I felt very disappointed in what I had expected to be a great book at best, I'd say this book is AVERAGE.The plot was somewhat unbelievable and overly dramatic; reading it felt like a low-budget tv soap. The characters not very interesting, and the ending was downright stupi [...]

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