The Lake House [LARGE PRINT] by James Patterson

James Patterson's award-winning and bestselling Alex Cross series is a combination of police procedural and psychological suspense that readers can't resist.

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Max is Back, October 10, 2003 Reviewer: vestairene from The Pacific Northwest Frannie O'Neill and her friend Kit Brennan rescued the children from the School, a clandestine laboratory specializing in genetic engineering, and cared for them at a secret location for a few weeks and the children grew close to them and Frannie and Kit care for the children too. These six children, victims of the School, had been injected with avian DNA when they were still embryos and after being born by cesarean section, their respective parents had been told they hadn't survived the birth. Never having know life outside the lab, they can't adjust and want to go back to live at the Lake House with Frannie and Kit. Feeling the same way about the children, Frannie and Kit seek legal custody of the kids. Max, the twelve-year-old winged girl who captured reader's hearts in "When the Wind Blows," fears for her life and the lives of her "siblings," because while working at the School, she read some records which could prove deadly to then all if revealed and she also learned about Dr. Ethan Kane and the Resurrection Project and how it threatens all of humanity. Okay, so the book's a little far fetched, kids with wings. Sure they have to be really, really big wings to lift the weight of a human, but if you suspended your disbelief for the first novel, and zillions of people did, how come you can't go along for the ride with this one? I ask that, because "When the Wind Blows" got such excellent reviews and readers apparently don't like this one at all. But it wasn't that bad, not five stars, but I'm giving it four. I enjoyed it, but admittedly I might not have, had I not read what had come before, but I did read "When the Wind Blows," and I loved it, I just don't love this one as much. Reviewed by Vesta Irene --This text refers to the Hardcover edition

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