Violets Are Blue (Alex Cross, Book 7) Violets
Are Blue (Alex Cross, Book 7)
by James Patterson

My review

rating: 5 of 5 stars
Violets Are Blue picks up where Roses Are Read ends, with Alex Cross still not knowing who the Mastermind is. The major case
in this book deals with a cult of vampires who go around the country committing gruesome murders. The book puts me in mind of Anne Rice’s vampire stories,
which I’m contemplating reading. After solving the vampire case, Cross ffigures out that Kyle Craig is the Mastermind, and the rest of the book is taken
up with his pursuing and capture. He turns out to be quite an evil character. I’m rating this one five out of five stars because it was a real page turner.
The characters weren’t very memorable in my oppinion. Despite this, the story was good and it left mem looking forward to the next book in the series.

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I just finished reading the last book in the Left behind series. It was
good, except it was missing one thing: Some serious editing. The rest of
the series could use some serious editing too, but the other books were
nowhere near as annoying as the last one. The thing that kept going through
my mind was: Get on with it. They spend four hundred and some odd pages
covering about a week. Definitely not worth keeping on the drive. On to
the next book. Haven’t decided what it’s going to be yet. Probably
something scientifically fictional, though.