Sail

Sail

A Novel

Large Print - 2008
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In an effort to reunite her family after the death of her husband, Katherine Dunne takes her three children on an elaborate sailing vacation. But danger lurks ahead and the family must pull together when it becomes apparent that someone wants to make sure they never make it out of paradise alive.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown, 2008
Edition: 1st large print ed. --
ISBN: 9780316024600
0316024600
Branch Call Number: LP FIC Patte 3567
Characteristics: 484 p
Additional Contributors: Roughan, Howard

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paul12_2
Feb 14, 2017

Slow start but boy does it capture you. Enjoyed it

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redworc
Mar 06, 2014

Typical of Patterson's novels. Very short chapters, extra space between lines it's really only half a book. Not much of a challenge to read. Guess I'll focus more on other authors from now on.

gruessgott Jul 31, 2012

Good Book

weaverdk Mar 02, 2012

Excellent book

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DL7173
Feb 08, 2010

For me this was one of his best -
a good plot with interesting twists
and turns.

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Sep 12, 2008

Picked it up in the "Fastlane" section @ White Oaks 'cause it's tough to get new James Patterson books right away, otherwise.
And now I know why it was there: It's a very quick read, indeed!
Like Tamra says above - a book read in one day - in my case - a lazy Sunday afternoon.
I thought it was great in the end, albeit somewhat slow in getting started.
It has murder... mystery... a really bad villain... and a heroine mom (like me, lol) - what more could a girl ask of our author?
He's really quite good that way - isn't he - that James Patterson?

The Publisher says, "SAIL takes "Lost" and "Survivor" to a new level of terror.".

I say: Throw in a modern-day "Swiss Family Robinson" because this book's a real adventure, with an untypically quirky family - the Dunnes - and you have another James Patterson quick paced page turner. It has enough red herrings and twists in the plot to make you thirst for a hint as to what actually abounds, or is hiding around the corner.
And I think you'll like the mother in this book, Katherine Dunne. She's not perfect, and her children are deeply troubled long after the death of their father - her ex - but she rises above the despair to constantly deal with the chaos around her and do what she needs to do to save her children.

Whatever can go wrong to her family - does almost right from the start, as both the antagonist and his motive are revealed unusually early for a Patterson novel.

Maybe that's the contribution author Howard Roughan adds to "Sail". Roughan is no slouch himself in giving us witty and sharp dialogue thrillers, and here he tag-teams with Patterson to give the story a slightly different edge.

Have fun reading "Sail". It won't take you long, and you'll feel charged with that kind of energy that comes from having discovered a new read with lots of exciting mystery and inventive plot twists and turns.

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Sep 12, 2008

Coarse Language: some coarse language

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Sep 12, 2008

Sexual Content: some mature situations

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Sep 12, 2008

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