Monday, April 23, 2012

Upcoming Books from Favorite Author James Patterson

James Patterson

The moment I saw Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment propped on the shelves of one of the leading bookstores in the area I immediately got the feeling that this must belong to my collection. And after reading it only on one sitting -- reclining on the bed, actually -- I had the utmost desire to complete not only the Maximum Ride series but all serial books written by James Patterson.

After I bought and read all available books from this series, I dug-in his other books since I really can't get enough of his writings: Women Murder Club, Alex Cross, Michael Bennett and many more. His works are really flying off the pages and what's good about his books are the short but filling chapters. This fanaticism has not ended up on me alone. The moment I brought his books into my workplace many avid readers have also been hooked by his tensely enjoyable novels.

And now that I, along with my colleagues, have read his available books I was once again on the look out for his latest novels. And I have found a few:

11th Hour ~ May 7, 2012

Since the books of teh Women Murder Club are titled according to its number in the series, 11th Hour is obviously the eleventh book in the series. This is another collaborative work together with author Maxine Paetro and will once again come back to the story of four ladies, each a veteran and expert in their own fields. To spoil everything up, Lindsay Boxer will be pregnant! After their marriage in 10th Anniversary, Lindsay and Joe Molinari, is going to have a baby. How is this going to affect with her invovlement to the Women Murder Club or her job in the police department? Will she be able to handle all these juggling or not?

Middle School: Get Me out of Here! ~ May 7, 2012

A follow-up to James patetrson's attempt on cartoon and literature Middle School, The Worst Years of My Life, Middle School: Get Me out of Here tells of Rafe Khatchadorian troubles in the seventh grade. He's been accepted to art school in the big city and imagines a math-and-history-free fun zone. Wrong! It's more competitive than Rafe ever expected, and to score big in class, he needs to find a way to turn his boring life into the inspiration for a work of art. His method? Operation: Get a Life! Anything he's never done before, he's going to do it, from learning to play poker to going to a modern art museum. But when his newest mission uncovers secrets about the family Rafe's never known, he has to decide if he's ready to have his world turned upside down.

I, Michael Bennett ~ June 9, 2012

Michael Bennett and his ten adopted children are back in thif fith installment of the series. He is yet again to find balance between murder investigations and taking care of his huge family. And in order to ease the stress, he and his family, together with the lovely nanny Mary Catherine, embark on a vacation to the upstate New York. But instead of escaping the violence, it follows them and they find themselves in the middle of another nightmare that threatens the entire family. The danger isn't only coming from the crime lord's killers—FBI Agent Emily Parker is back, and Bennett's attraction to her endangers his relationship with Mary Catherine. A no-holds-barred, pedal-to-the-floor, action-packed novel, I, MICHAEL BENNETT is James Patterson at his most thrilling best.

Maximum Ride: Nevermore ~ August 6, 2012

This is the eighth and last book of the sci-fi series that started my James Patterson ride. Hopefully this is not the last James Patterson book that I will buy. Read on for it's synopsis: One last chance... for Max, Fang, and Dylan... before it all ends. Are you ready for the final chapter? Are you ready for the ultimate flight? Because THIS IS IT. One last incredible, explosive adventure with an astonishing ending that no one could have seen coming.

I really do hope that all these books will be released as soon as possible. My hands are itching to buy them and my eyes are already watering because of the long wait. Can the coming months come any closer and faster? I guess not. Maybe I will resort to depressing my self again before the books finally grace my book shelf at home.