Was an 'ok' book. Fast easy read. Not Patterson's best but filled in a wet weekend for me.
Story line started interesting and then went off the track into a different story line mid-way with a lot of pointless side line stories. Read more like an incoherent diary.
I'm a huge James Patterson fan but have to say, not his best work. The title and preview was misleading 're anything haunted. A good book to just pass the time but nothing that's gonna really get your heart racing like typical James Patterson.
I love Patterson's writing and also the Bennett storylines. This book was okay but lacked action.
Enjoyed visiting with the Bennett family again. Just enough action to keep the blood pumping.
Very light and enjoyable - had just finished another book that was much deeper - was fun to read something that uses less brain cells!
This book was a fast read offering very little of an original nature. The intent, I believe, was to show the family coping with the older son's drug trial and its aftermath, and to move the family story along to its next major change. I will keep reading in hopes that the next volume has a bit more content and that the characters are less formulaic than the ones found here (with the exveption of Sadie).
Just finished this and it was a book that was hard to put down! Thoroughly enjoyed it!
Usually like Patterson's books but this one is not my favorite. Like Michael Bennett series but this one was not as action packed as many of his earlier books. A fast read!
Another good read by Patterson (and James Born). Deals with a two connected, major societal issues. I like that they don't pull punches by making everything always come out well for some of the characters. I like the Michael Bennett series a lot and in this one there is a long-overdue relationship issue that gets a nice resolution, if you have read the other books in the Bennett series.
I don't recall reading any books by Mr. Patterson. I did enjoy reading the "Haunted".
There is some truth to this story. Will start reading more of his books.
This was an OK read. Nothing like his much earlier books where you just couldn't put the book down.