The Dangerous Days of Daniel X - James Patterson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0316002925 / Author: James Patterson / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... flock of half-bird, half-human mutant kids on the run. This is a rather different story. The story follows Daniel X, a ... more
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by - written on 19/08/09 (Useful, 17 readings)
James Patterson is a well known adult author and recently he has written books for teenagers. I read and loved the Maximum Ride series which is about a flock of half-bird, half-human mutant kids on the run. This is a rather different story. The story follows Daniel X, a superhero with a difference, he can create objects or people at any time and disappear them at anytime, he can also shape shift. The story starts with his parents gruesome ends at the hands of an alien. Daniel follows in his parents footsteps as an alien hunter, finding and stopping the aliens on his parents list. His powers come in handy especially his ability to create his parents and his ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
James Patterson has an ability to create a crime thriller out of a fantastical situation, and he does so here in a slightly strange book of his, 'The Dangerous Days of Daniel X'. Rarely does the crime thriller author branch outside of his usual style, but following the success of the Maximum Ride series, Daniel X sees a science fiction side that is usually a pleasure to read. Daniel X has a special power: he can create shapes out of objects as well as sort of shape-shift himself. Curiously, the hero of the piece also has a turmoil-filled history. He has dedicated his life to finding the person responsible for the deaths of his parents, and he has vowed to ... Read the complete review
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