The Coast-to-Coast Murders by James Patterson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Had to think about this for a while, the story was twisty and complicated, but very interesting - but the epilogue?
Well, I thought that was a flashback and not necessary for the story.
Then I read a few reviews or question/answer about the book here on Goodreads.
And read the epilogue again.
Not sure what to make of it.
Rating books and reviewing them I regard the ending as significant, and the epilogue if it is not a flashback would warrant a "2 star, not recommended" from me, as it ruins the book.
As it is, I have not further investigated, what the authors say about it, and my advise is:
disregard the epilogue or do not even read it.
Without the epilogue or as a flashback I stand by my 4star rating, which is also a recommendation.
Might investigate further, if I find the time. Please comment or link to something, if it helps.
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