BOOK REVIEW

THE  LAKE HOUSE - JAMES PATTERSON

Six children have escaped government experiments.  They long to be reunited with Kit and Frannie, the couple who saved their lives.  These are no ordinary children.  They have wings.  The children want to return to the Lake House because this is the only placed they feel safe.  Since Kit and Frannie have no legal rights to the children, they are returned to their natural parents who were told they were dead.   Kit and Frannie must now go through a tough battle in the legal system. 

The children, Kit and Frannie face many obstacles to get where they want to go, including a survivor from their past, but they are willing to pay the price.  Will they win?

This book is the sequel to "When the Wind Blows". James Patterson has a great imagination to create this long awaited sequel.  This book is very entertaining because it creates a fantasy for you and makes you use your imagination.  The plot is unique and it helps you to read the book at a fast pace. 

The thing that really makes this a great book is the detail with which James Patterson uses to describe his characters especially the winged children.  You don't have to read "When the Wind Blows" before this book but after reading "The Lake House" you will probably want to go back and read "When the Wind Blows".  "The Lake House" is another winner for James Patterson!


NANCY EATON

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE AUTHOR, NANCY EATON

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