Confessions The Paris Mysteries by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
The Angel children all live with a relative in Paris now that their parents are dead. While looking around their new surroundings, Tandi Angel finds boxes marked with her older sisters name, the sister who was killed. Suspicious items found within these boxes makes Tandi question everything she thought she knew.. and wondering is she and her brothers are really safe at all.
First off… I clearly did not do my homework on this read. I did not realize this was part of a series called Confessions. This left me feeling that I had been dropped into the middle of a story line. By the time I enter this book, the Angel children’s parents are dead and it clearly feels that I am missing some back story… which I was. 🙂
I would say that even knowing I was missing part of the story line I do not feel this is a series I would have stuck with even if I had started with book one. There are some very weird components to the book including mind altering drugs that were given to the Angel children by their parents. Something they now try to avoid, but I am picking up some sort of “the kids were an experiment” vibe. I found the direction the story was going in to feel choppy and I finished it mainly because it was a short listen.
Narrated by Lauren Fortgang who has a wonderful accent that fit well with the book.
Confessions is a YA series.
- Age Range: 12 and up
- Grade Level: 7 and up
- Series: Confessions
- Audio CD: 4 cds
- Publisher: James Patterson -Young Readers; Unabridged edition (October 6, 2014)
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