Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas - James Patterson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0747267294 / Author: James Patterson / Genre: Fiction / Book editor Katie is in love with poet, Matt Harrison. He seems to share her ... more
Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas - James Patterson ... feelings, but his refusal to talk about his past makes her suspicious. All she knows is that Matt was once married. One evening, he suddenly ends their relationship, leaving Katie devastated. A few days later, he sends her a notebook that he promises will explain everything. Katie opens the book to find it is the diary that Matt's wife, Suzanne, wrote for their baby son.
Newest Review: ... story starts with Kate, who has just been left by her long term parter Matt. After going through an evening of utter ... more
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by - written on 07/02/05, updated on 18/04/05 (Very useful, 238 readings)
“Dear Nicky, I hope that when you grow up everything you want comes your way, but especially love. When it`s true, when it`s right, love can give you the kind of joy that you can’t get from any other experience.” Katie Wilkinson cannot believe her luck, she has met and fallen head over heals in love with a seemingly perfect man, Matt. But no sooner has he entered her life than he disappears without word, and when he sends her a diary through the post she starts to understand that he seems to have a whole separate life that is being played out in the idyllic surroundings of Martha’s vineyard, America. The Diary is written by a lady called Suzanne, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/11 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I'm not a fan of James Patterson novels although I've read one or two before. While they're well written, the detective / crime genre just isn't my thing. My partner's mum gave me this one and assured me that I would love it. I'd been told that I'd get through it in a few hours, so figured if I didn't like it, I didn't have anything to lose! AVAILABILITY / PRICE I'm not going to ramble too much about where you can get this, and how much for; I will say that it's a title you can get hold of quite easily. If you don't manage to find it in your local book shop or supermarket, try a quick Google Shopping search. You can pick this up second hand quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/09 (Very useful, 54 readings)
The description of 'prolific writer' has possibly never been as appropriate to anyone as it has to James Patterson. He writes books faster than I can read them and I'm no slow coach when it comes to reading. His usual genre is crime thriller with a particular emphasis on writing books within a series - the Alex Cross stories and the Lindsey Boxes stories being possibly his most famous. But, every once in a while he wanders off his own well-beaten path to try something new, whether it be a psychological mystery, a children's tale or an historical novel. I don't think he has ever wandered quite so far off the path as he has with his novel Suzanne's Diary for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/02, updated on 20/05/02 (Useful, 214 readings)
This is nothing like any of his other books and in it's own way is probably the best book of his that I have ever read! The story is all about Kate (the book editor) and her lover Matt and their love affair. After what appears to be an idyllic romance, Matt suddenly ends things and his only explanation is the book he leaves for Kate to read (the book in question is of course the diary for Nicholas). The book turns out to be a diary kept by Matts wife for their son - Nicholas. It chronicles their life together, all the highs and lows (and there are plenty of lows). I found the book a little confusing to start with as there are two Matts ... Read the complete review
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