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Underrated Books: James Patterson

Posted on: January 30, 2018
Tags: Books, Reading

by Morgan Higgins For those of us who love reading, we have some trouble finding those books that really peak our interest. If you don’t have that problem, good for you. I don’t know about many of you, but I spend so much time in bookstores. The only problem is the drive there. My friend’s call me the “Book Dealer” because I always “deal” out recommendations for the best books to read. I’m here to give you a few recommendations on some of the books that I’ve read and loved.

I personally love James Patterson books. The chapters are at most about four pages long, so they make a quick read if you’re cutting it close on time. If I have five minutes until I need to go to sleep, I can bust out a chapter or two, which is nice because you don’t have to worry about starting a chapter and not being able to finish it.

Below I have listed a few of my favorite James Patterson books, along with some others, that you should check out!

Crazy House: James Patterson

This book revolves around two sisters, Cassie and Becca Greenfield. In the book, one of them is kidnapped and has no clue where she is, while the other frantically tries to find her. Citizens who don’t like the government are trying to take it down. They Ruler thinks the sisters are apart of it

Witch and Wizard: James Patterson

Whit and Wisty Allgood need to defeat the man who is trying to take over the world and get rid of all of the people who have powers. Their parents are taken in the middle of the night and they are taken to a prison where they can take one item with them. Wisty chooses a drumstick that doubles as a wand, while. Whit takes a blank book that allows him to read anything he imagines. He is known as The One Who Is The One. Throughout the five-book series, Whit and Wisty have many adventures as they attempt to save the world.

- Witch and Wizard

- The Gift

- The Fire

- The Kiss

- The Lost

Confessions of a Murder Suspect: James Patterson

The children of the Angel family wake up to their parents dead in their bed. The kids are all suspects but one of the daughters, Tandy, is determined to figure out who did it. Throughout the four-book series, Tandy Angel solves a variety of different mysteries.

- Confessions of a Murder Suspect

- Confessions: The Private School Murders

- Confessions: The Paris Mysteries

- Confessions: The Murder of an Angel