CROSS COUNTRY JAMES PATTERSON EBOOK
Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Bestseller Patterson's 14th Alex Cross thriller doesn't follow up on the plot threads left dangling in 's Double . Read "Cross Country" by James Patterson available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first purchase. Unprotected and alone, Alex Cross is. Cross Country - - Livros na Amazon Brasil. eBook Kindle R$ 22,10 . This is the Alex Cross book you'll wish James Patterson hadn't written.
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The antagonist is a 6''6' lbs killer who believes in life that if you lose, you die. He has been the kingpin and the lynchpin of a group of Nigerian killers. What makes it so horrific is that these killers are very often under the age of 12 but have no restraints, no fears and will cut a child to pieces for no reason whatsoever apart from the fact that is the orders they are given.
They frequent in gangs of often dozens, for the darkest actions you can predict with no regrets and no cares. If you are weak of heart or don't like what we would consider as needless violence then maybe this is not for you.
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If a target is presented, chances are everyone in obliterated. Including children, animals and the innocent after they are normally raped - anyone over 6 at least ladies. I do not want to say too much of the tale. Essentially, Alex follows the antagonist 'The Tiger' all over Africa to make him pay for his crimes but Alex soon realises that Africa, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Darfur are a metaphorical beast that he has never come across and makes him question how horrified he has been by past cases when the actions that are happening here are so so so much worse.
He gets his nose broken a lot, gets tortured, meets a nice reporter who he sort of falls for. Some of the vileness is quite upsetting. A few examples, we hear about a girl who got fucked with a spade, a girl who was raped after she was killed which Alex helplessly has to witness, families who collect wood for warmth but more often than not that equals a death sentence.
This is dark, I will not deny it. Like the other A. Cross books I have read, relationships with children take the forefront of the presentation on the novel. The stories thus far that I have read, the children have been the victims kidnapped and such, perhaps murdered , but here they are also the perpetrators. We see both sides of what certain socialisation can do to effect the youth so differently.
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A few things I analysed when reading this is that Patterson makes a point of presenting scenes with sizes of the rooms, buildings, and dynamics. I think this device was used to create the view that whatever cabin, hut or castle you are living in, you are not safe from the ongoing tragedy of a potential Nigerian civil war or could this be a world war?
I thought it was an interesting perspective and I have to admit. When we met say, Senior X with money and power who lived in a house that was x we thought he would perhaps get away from the brutality of a murdered family.Until then, I will take it as I see it and enjoy it as much as I can.
Availability Arrow Icon New Releases. But the adventure quickly turns from carefree to out-of-control. I Funny: Tracking him to Africa, Alex knows that he must follow.