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Cross Over Box Set - all three books in the Mark Appleton Thriller Series together in one neat package of hard-boiled, nonstop twists and turns.
In Your Dreams
If you like James Patterson's thrillers and Ted Dekker's and Lee Child's suspense, you'll love Cross Over Box Set.
In the first book, Sweet Dreams, Mark Appleton, a hotshot architect living in New York City, is faced with the death of his family. Life turned upside down, he must choose between revenge and justice.
In the second book, Dream On, Mark embraces his new life and is working with a secret agency known as the WJA. Caught up in a tangled web of lies, he has to go up against a Russian mobster to save his beloved city.
In Your Dreams finishes up the series with a deadly virus and a choice between reality and the two women he loves.
Fans of Tom Clancy, Ted Bell, and Michael Connelly will love Aaron Patterson's raw, imaginative thrillers. Readers who love Alex Cross and James Patterson's Michael Bennett rave about Aaron Patterson's Mark Appleton Thriller Series.
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These books were very far fetched and hard to listen to. Very confusing! By the last book I was starting to think it was a Matrix knock off!!!
Also what happened to Solomans book with no words on the pages that loose end freaked me out!! This trilogy got on my nerves I'm glad I bought it on a deal of the day!! Or it would have been returned.
Really ridiculous storyline, constantly jumping around with no plot that can be followed. Nothing is even remotely believable. The narration is very choppy and annoying.
Every few words. sound like it has. a period, Not sure if it is the way it was written or the way the narrator chose to read it.
The ending is particularly asinine.
I am a fan of bizarre stories and will buy into Stephen King, Zombie stories etc. But these books attempt to be based in reality, with a lot of villains that can not be defeated, then suddenly roll over and are dead. A couple of plot lines simply disappear.(unless I fell asleep and missed the resolution. Yikes!
I rarely if ever write reviews, my belief is that everyone should make their own decision, but I really disliked this series. Sa, because it could have been interesting if the author had chosen a plot and stuck with it......
No on both counts
Its written in the style of a teenager. Very unimaginative, and predictable. It seems to be pandering to the lowest common denominator
He reads as though he can only see 5 words of the book at a time, incorrect inflection, poor voices. Not really my cup of tea at all.
Um, let me think, No. Oh, wait, it had an end. Well I assume it did, I didnt really get that far.
Listen to this if you've never read a book before, but if you have, probably best avoided.
"Quit Half Way"
I won't try another from this author.
I quit half way through the second book. I didn't care about the characters.
The narrators timing was off. Even simple phrases like a very bad guy were said in such a way it was hard to concentrate.
Not worth my time.
"This is horrendous."
First of all, one can tell the author Aaron Patterson has severe right wing leanings. To the point that it interferes with whatever story he was trying to convey. Second the story was over the top cliche and it had a terrible time following it's own storyline. Third, Aaron Patterson cannot write. He's has no more grasp of writing and the English language than an 8th grader. I had to wonder how the hell someone this bad got published. Then I did research and found he created his own publishing company and published his own books.There is no way anyone could make this piece of drivel better.
No. I still like mystery/thrillers. Competent writers like, Childs, Balducci and Sandford
Dunsworth was pretty bad at accents and could not pull off a women's persona. It may have been the horrible material he had to work with though.
The amount of crap that I would cut from these books would leave the result the size of a Bazooka Joe gum comic. Which is probably where this "work" should be published.
I don't know if you caught this...but I think the WJA series sucks.
But spellbinding Twists and turns are eerie. End j
Unexpected. Guess I have no imagination
Different premise. I like booked 1 and 2. Book 3 was stupid
No really. It was good.
Glad I got it as a box set. I would've been mad if I purchased book 3. Again, 1 and 2 are good. 3 is stupid.
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