Cross Kill: An Alex Cross Story
  • Cross Kill: An Alex Cross Story
  • Cross Kill: An Alex Cross Story
  • Cross Kill: An Alex Cross Story
  • Cross Kill: An Alex Cross Story
ISBN: 0316317144
EAN13: 9780316317146
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 7, 2016
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 6.8" L x 4.9" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Alex Cross, I'm coming for you--even from the grave if I have to.

Along Came a Spider killer Gary Soneji has been dead for over ten years. Alex Cross watched him die. But today, Cross saw him gun down his partner. Is Soneji alive? A ghost? Or something even more sinister?
Nothing will prepare you for the wicked truth.

BookShots
LIGHTNING-FAST STORIES BY JAMES PATERSON
Novels you can devour in a few hoursImpossible to stop readingAll original content from James Patterson

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   More of a cheap shot than a book shot
Novels '' can be devoured in a few hours, Mr. Patterson. I find you, as you once described yourself in an interview, to be a great writer and a decent storyteller. In this endeavor, however, you have failed. As the copy and pasted quote above states, these book shots are being marketed as short novels. Novellas have beginnings, middles, and ENDS. If this series history is actually a serial and or just a teaser for a future work, then it should be marketed as such. To market this as a complete, albeit short, work and then give no ending is not a book shot, it is a cheap shot to your fans.
 
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   Warning this is only 3/4 of a book! You ...
Warning : This book is only 34 of a book! With no a complete story, you are left hanging. If it is the state of Bookshots, then the form will not last.
 
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   SO DISAPPOINTED!!!
I was so looking forward to seeing these bookshots as complete stories, like episodes on a tv show, not CLIFFHANGERS. Mr Patterson, come on, do it right!!! I am one of your biggest fans, but I am quickly losing interest in your work.
 
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   BOOKSHOTS! AWFUL! DO NOT BUY!!
AWFUL! BUY NOT! It STARTS REALLY GOOD, JUST LIKES ALL HIS NOVELS. At A CRUCIAL POINT IN THE STORY TURN THE PAGE OFF AND THE STORY ENDS!! RED NO CLUE AS TO FIND ARE YOU ENDING OF THE STORY OR CONTINUATION? JUSTIN OBVIOUSLY IS HALF OF THE BOOK TO READ. WHERE IS IT?? Then THERE ARE THE BEGINNINGS OF ANOTHER STORY ABOUT THE GAL DETECTIVES. This time I WAS AWARE. I AM SKIMMED AND SKIPPED AT THE END... ONCE AGAIN, THE STORY IS CUT OFF IN MID STREAM. FOOL ME ONCE, SAME ON YOU, FOOL ME TWICE SHAME ON ME!!! I DO NOT BUY ANY OF HIS BOOKSHOT STORIES. DISAPPOINTED SO. IF I WOULD LIFE LESS THAN A ONE STAR, I COULD ACTIVATE FANS FOREVER KNOW HOW HE COULD DO THAT TO UNSA, DON T KNOW FANS EDITOR IS WHERE?
 
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   Don't Buy This Book; It's Not Worth The Read
This book ended abruptly with an incomplete ending. This book is not worth reading. It reaches no solution and leaves the reader exasperated. It is a cliffhanger, which is very annoying. It does not even tell you what book to read to find the solution to this story. This is one of Patterson's very poorly done works and an insult to his loyal readers, I am one. After reading this abomination, however, I no longer count myself as a loyal reader of anything by James Patterson.
 
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   HAD A "TO BE CONTINUED" TYPE ENDING!! NOT A COMPLETE "ONE SHOT" STORY!
Although the story was pretty good and I was familiar with the characters having read all the Cross novels. I was, however, REALLY DISAPPOINTED and angry! I expected there to be an ending, but the reader is left with a to be continued ending. How is this not just a way for Patterson and Amazon to bring in a slew of money by leading the reader to believe that these inexpensive little books are a one shot, complete story in and of themselves?
 
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   Book shots are a waste of money
BookShot '' would not recommend a free story unless it is short. The ending leaves you wanting more. It will never happen again my mistake.
 
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   Good read
An interesting story, but too predictable. Also, the way this ended, I suspect that BookShots is just a way to maximize the income for the Patterson machine. A series of chapters of a story sold separately like a serial, but strung together.
 
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   Disappointed!!!
I have read all the books by James Patterson about Alex Cross and enjoyed them a great deal. A bookshot is not a good idea to keep people's interest in a character or an author. When I read a book, the ending must be included. Waiting for the continuation is frustrating and annoying. I do not believe that any fan of an author cares for this type of question as it pertains to the final chapter and the outcome. You can not improve on an already wonderful and addictive story of the crosses. Don 't mess with a good thing. If it isn 't broken, don 't fix it. Sounds like something that Nanna Mama would tell you too.
 
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   "Cross Kill "Bookshots by James Patterson
If you are a regular reader of the James Patterson Alex Cross series, you will love this bookshot story that ties in with one of his books. Loved how it presented some questions and answered as well as a regular book that JP would write. Purchased well, you will not be disappointed!
 
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