Registered by inkognitoh of London, Greater London United Kingdom on 7/30/2004
4 journalers for this copy...
Purchased from ebay in a job lot of four. I have no real interest in reading this book although I will. I find Patterson formulaic and predictable; however I hope this book proves me wrong. I'll also need to find a copy of 1st to Die now as I despise reading series books out of order.
Such a quick easy read that I don't have much good or bad to say about it. It was inoffensive and the story bounced along in short readable chapters. There were a few twists to keep you guessing and the characters all had a little heart.
Journal Entry 3 by inkognitoh at Knockfarrel in Strathpeffer, Scotland United Kingdom on Thursday, August 02, 2012
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Left on the trig point of Cnoc Mor. My second release for my 'ten days, ten hills, ten books' celebration of ten years of Bookcrossing adventure with another Bookcrosser. We gave ourselves a gentle day after the big climb yesterday, then headed off to the Black Isle Show for the afternoon. Tomorrow we tackle Cairn Gorm.
Journal Entry 4 by CarolynLesley at Strathpeffer, Scotland United Kingdom on Sunday, August 05, 2012
Picked this up at the top of Cnoc Mor whist Brinn and I were walking in the Knockfarrell area of Dingwall\Strathpeffer. Back to work on Monday, but have started to read so hold this page!!
Journal Entry 5 by AnonymousFinder at Dumgoyne, Scotland United Kingdom on Wednesday, August 15, 2012
I have to thank you for introducing me to James Patterson. Very enjoyable easy read. As I live close to the Culloden Battlefield, the last battle fought on British soil on the 16th April 1746, I have now left the book at the Cairn commemorating the fallen on the Battlefield.
Journal Entry 6 by iris-kemper_7 at Inverness, Scotland United Kingdom on Thursday, October 25, 2012
We found this book on 12th August on a bech at the Cairn commemorating the fallen on the Battlefield. Apparently this book has been there for over four months! We were on holliday (I'm from the Netherlands). I like the idea of having a book in my hands that a stranger left there for me. I did not read it, dont like thrillers that much. Unfortunately I really didnt feel like reading it...