REVIEW: Sail


Title: Sail
Author: James Patterson
Finished: June 12, 2010
Pages: 388
Published: 2008
Format: First Edition

A stand alone thriller by James Patterson turns a sweet family vacation into a terror when bad goes to worse and the horrifying.

It’s hard to be rich, happy and a successful family without struggle. That’s what the Dunne children find out when their mother drags them on a summer sailing vacation with their uncle, soon after their mother has re-married.

It all starts off when the boat almost sinks due to a pipe leak. Just when there is hope for their family to rekindle their differences amidst near suicides and drownings, the unthinkable happens and they find themselves in the direst of situations, fighting for their lives and others while wondering if help will ever come.

This was a very quick and interesting read, on the edge of your seat wondering what was going to happen. There were so many side stories and pieces that it was fun to see how it would eventually all come together and solve itself.

*challenges: countdown challenge, 1010 category challenge, tbr challenge, ryob challenge, 100+ challenge, spring reading thing, june 12×12 challenge, tbr stack
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