Monday, March 13

Lifeguard by James Patterson & Andrew Gross

Review by Andrea Maloney

Ned Kelly has met the woman of his dreams.  His cousin has offered to cut him on a deal worth a million dollars.  A simple break-and-enter.  His dreams are all on the verge of coming true.  But on the night of the heist something goes horribly wrong and Ned finds his life spinning out of control.

Not a literary masterpiece but it was a nice escapist read.  Ned Kelly was a likeable character, the female FBI agent's character however was rather silly and farfetched. The villain character seemed a little too snotty and annoying. The plot was enjoyable and kept moving at a nice clip. A good book for when you don't want to read anything too heavy.


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