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After a serious professional stumble, attorney Trevor Mann may have finally hit his stride. He's found happiness with his girlfriend, Claire Parker, a beautiful, ambitious journalist always on the hunt for a scoop. But when Claire's newest story leads to a violent confrontation, Trevor's newly peaceful life is shattered as he tries to find out why.
Chasing Claire's leads, Trevor unearths evidence of a shocking secret that - if it actually exists - every government and terrorist organization around the world would do anything to possess. Suddenly it's up to Trevor, along with a teenage genius who gives new meaning to the phrase "too smart for his own good", to make sure that secret doesn't fall into the wrong hands. But Trevor is about to discover that good and evil can look a lot alike, and nothing is ever black and white: not even the truth.
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By Melusi on 08-13-15
These authors went from writing gripping thrillers such as The Honeymoon and Don't Blink to this throwaway (pardon the pun). The dialogue was over the top similar to a cheap Hollywood film. Sure there was action, something to be expected, but is this crime fiction or fantasy? People get scorched but are not hospitalised? The plot and structure are seriously uninteresting and way too predictable apart from the opening chapters. Worst of all, the novel is factually incorrect. Last time I checked 7/20 was 35% and not 40%. I am bitterly disappointed in these authors. Had I not been exposed to their previous works, especially Patterson, I would have been frightened off. Do not recommend this novel to a first time reader of the genre. To the authors, go back to what made your earlier novels keepsakes.
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By laencinal on 07-03-15
Boring, Babbling repititions.
What disappointed you about Truth or Die?
It is boring, keeps repeating stuff that has very little bearing on the story.
I quit listening to it, and will return it to Audible.
What could James Patterson and Howard Roughan have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
I do not believe Patterson really wrote this. I think his helper did most of it.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
I am a bit "gun-shy" about Patterson's books now.
10 of 11 people found this review helpful