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Friday, December 3, 2010

Garryson Ridgely

Where the wind blows
James Patterson
p. 130
This year i have been reading a lot of James Patterson's books, so the writing style in this book is the same as many of his other books. There is a lot of little problems inside one big problem and you dont figure out the ending until the ending of the book. The topic however is about genetic manipulation in children to give them bird-like traits. In most of the other books I have read from James, the story is based on a series of killings that is happening or major crimes. The genre in this book is sci fi, while his others are mainly realistic fiction. In his other novels there is a big plan that will eventually hatch, but I haven't gotten far enough to know what that plan is yet

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