The Lake House by James Patterson Paperback Book


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Author: James Patterson

Format: Mass Market Paperback, Paperback

Publisher: Warner Books Inc

Published: May 2004

Genre: Fiction - Thrillers

Retail Price: $7.99

Pages: 403


The memorable story begun in When the Wind Blows continues in this thrilling new novel, and it's one that really soars! Frannie O'Neil, a Colorado veterinarian, knows a terrible secret that will change the history of the world. Kit Harrison, an FBI agent under suspension has seen things that no one in his right mind would believe. A twelve-year-old girl named Max and five other incredible children have powers we can only dream of. These children can fly. And the only place they will be save is the Lake House. Or so they believe...

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BookLender review by T. B. on 2009-05-04 16:23:57

I'm a James Patterson fan, ordinarily. But this story was just not something I could get into. The characters seemed flat, and the story never really came alive or made me interested. Perhaps I'm not his target audience? Could this be geared towards young adult, of which I am not? I'm a 34 year old female Hmmm, I don't know, but this is definitely not a book I would recommend to friends.