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See How They Run

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  • Posted April 21, 2009

    Nice change of topics

    This book is different from most Patterson books. It's about Nazi/Jew relationships in the 1980s and terrorism. The book has many twists, some confusing, but I enjoyed a departure from the usual "cop" books he writes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2004

    im too smart for my own age

    I am jewish, and i have been studying and understanding the Holocaust. This book is a very good story with a twist. The story i thinks unique part is that its shown from the points of two people one wo's family and wife were killed and another point of someone who was in a concentration camp. I think that he did a very good job of how he set the characters up in there actions and there feelings about this. It is a very good book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2004

    Good

    I liked the Patterson Suspense that was very thick in this novel. I think that as time goes on JP gets better and better, like The Jester for instance or The Big Bad Wolf. It was good, don't get me wrong but if written in 21st century style it could be better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2003

    I just read this book and thought it was good

    See How They Run by James Patterson was a pretty exciting book. After World War II, survivors from the Holocaust made a secret group where they either helped hunt down the Nazis involved with the Holocaust or they helped fund the Nazi hunters. Dr. David Strauss is brought into this operation when his grandmother, brother, and wife are killed at a Strauss family gathering. This book is pretty exciting at the beginning, but slows down towards the middle then starts back up at the end when the Nazis try to carry out their plan. It jumped around from one plot to another, but that made me want to keep reading it to find out the ending. I would recommend this book to high school students, maybe junior high. I loved this book because it was easy to read, but not only that, it just kept me waiting for the next thing to happen.

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