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  • Fear No Evil

  • Alex Cross, Book 29
  • By: James Patterson
  • Narrated by: Cary Hite
  • Length: 8 hrs and 20 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (69 ratings)

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Summary

Brought to you by Penguin.

The latest novel in the globally bestselling Alex Cross series.

Alex Cross ventures into the rugged Montana wilderness—where he will be the prey.

He's not on the job, but on a personal mission.

Until he's attacked by two rival teams of assassins, controlled by the same mastermind who has stalked Alex and his family for years.

Darkness falls. The river churns into rapids. Shots ring out through the forest.

No backup. No way out. Fear no evil.

©2021 James Patterson (P)2021 Penguin Audio

Critic reviews

"No one gets this big without amazing natural storytelling talent - which is what Jim has, in spades. The Alex Cross series proves it." (Lee Child, international best-selling author of the Jack Reacher series)

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Very poor storyline

Just did not feel the thrill or excitement as with the other books I was shocked when it ended as if “was that it. “

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Last James Patterson novel I’ll be buying.

Having read all the Cross novels from the beginning and a number of Pattersons other books, I’m disappointed to say this will be the last. For the last 4 or 5 Cross novels I’ve got increasingly tired of the writer being an absolute sycophant to his characters, if that’s possible. Everyone in the Cross family and immediate circle is a star athlete, a genius, the best cook, the most wise, the best cop, the best FBI agent, it’s overkill to the point of being sickening, no one is just a person in the Criss world. And the stories are just plain daft and simplistic now, this being about the worst yet. Even though this doesn’t purport to be a co-author novel it seems as if he maybe had a 12 year old help him with it. This isn’t helped by the narrator who seems to bring an overall campness to the whole thing with his syrupy, smug tone, especially when reading female parts, he sounds like Rupaul in full flow. Overall a load of rubbish.

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shame on you James patterson. now's the time,quit

waste of money. patterson is only writing for money. rubbish mish mash. skimmed it

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Cross Returns

Brilliant, Well narrated, Great to have Alex and Samson back. James Patterson excels as always.

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Disappointed

I have enjoyed the Alex Cross series but this was the least engaging one I have read. The plot seemed very disparate and with repetition which was not adding to the plot development (e. g. delicious food in Paris).

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Classic Cross

I've listened to all the series and really enjoyed this. drove the long way home on many occasions to reach end of chapter. Great plot with twists and turns.