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Treasure Hunters: Does there really have to be intrigue whether real or forced every few pages? The answer to that is no.
Let me turn the page without having to answer a question or wonder if one of the main characters is dead.
I also found the dual point of views unsettling. John spoke in first person, and the rest of the story was told in third person.
Even though I recognized the difference, I had to halt my reading on several occasions to work out who was speaking.
Could be. I just realized why this was so problematic: Sarah isn't mentioned as a character in any of the book's descriptions. It's a pretty ridiculous oversight, especially when she has such a significant part in the story. The best part about the book was the scene with John and his boys in the hotel room. The chapters are pages each-- classic Patterson-- so the story moves really fast.
This is the first book where the short chapters really bothered me. I hated the constant cliffhangers. Are all his books that bad?
Why didn't it bug me before now? It felt forced, like Patterson was trying to get-- and keep! He wants me to be at threat level orange when the actual threat level is more of a pale aqua. Why can't a chapter just end?
Does there really have to be intrigue whether real or forced every few pages? The answer to that is no.