Miracle on the 17th Green

Miracle on the 17th Green

by James Patterson, Peter de Jonge
3.8 92

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Miracle on the 17th Green 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 92 reviews.
TonyaL More than 1 year ago
I have to say this is a farely good book. I found the part that just talk about golf kinda boring. I am not that much into to golf. However I loved the story line!
melicole More than 1 year ago
A very nice story, well told. My only problem was the constant golf terminology. Not being a golfer, I found it difficult to fully understand all of what the author was trying to say at times. It was to be expected since the story is about a golfer. James Patterson never tells a bad story! It was a nice change of pace from his typical crime or mystery type novels. Mr. Patterson & Mr. de Jonge made the transition beautifully!
Guest More than 1 year ago
In this book, the reader is treated to all the wonderful aspects of a sport 'in this case golf' with the added bonus of life lessons and concepts as well. This sort of book has become my passion of late. I just love the concept. And there are some really good ones out there right now!
Skippy1958 More than 1 year ago
More in keeping with his stand alone "romance" novels, this book was enjoyable with a nice ending.
PaulaD33 More than 1 year ago
I picked up the book and didn't put it down until I was finished. A real page turner. I love golf so this was a heartwarming book. You Rock James Patterson & Peter DeJonge. Loved it.
mnlakes More than 1 year ago
Loved this book. So nice to read sbout good things happening to good people!
taraDS More than 1 year ago
I loved loved this book. I am not a golfer but hubby is and I found it heart warming. Great book but again would not expect anything less from Mr. Patterson. I love all of his books and the heart togging that he does so well.
TREBORNOSNHOJ More than 1 year ago
Perspective and plot ring so true. It will be a gift to many golfing friends. And even those who do not play the game.
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A superior novel compared to the trash that has been published under his name in recent years.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The word "Novel" is used to describe this book, it's right in the title. Definition of Novel:" fictional prose of considerable length". This is NOT a novel it's a "ditty" and Barnes and Noble has no right to market it as such or to charge ten bucks for a Ditty, or Short Story written back in the 90's. While it's a pretty good read for a golfer it's worth about 3 bucks at barely over 100 pages. Is Barnes and Noble so desperate for your money that they have to promote this as trending and refuse to tell us the how many pages it is? Come on guys this is just wrong!
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I read this book because it was for my book club. It's not the best James Patterson but very readable. Frankly, I thought the guy in the book was a jerk! And I thought his family was very forgiving. I would recommend it to people who are golfers because most of the golf terminology meant nothing to me. I've always read and enjoyed James Patterson and will continue to do so. I like his style in other books I've read.
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