Patricia Cornwell Message Board
vidgrl007 posts on 9/19/2007 7:12:36 PM
i dont know quite why u attacked pc like that and unless u live in a bubble where everything is oh so perfect.she is a lot cleaner than some ive read.is that all u read is the dirty parts.u can pick apart any author.maybe she isnt ur bag.not everyone likes the same things.with that being said hope u find an author u can truly like.
eve posts on 9/19/2007 5:36:31 PM
what a prude!
and you can't spell
it's spread, not spred
like read, not red
mary terese polley posts on 9/19/2007 3:27:06 PM
I just tried to read my first Patricia Cornwell book and ended up tearing it to shreds!!!!!!!!! I put it in my recycle bin. I found it apallingly sick,foul and disgusting. The homosexuality was unnecessary and the language something with which I do not wish to pollute my brain! Garbage in garbage out. I'll spred the word to not buy any of this authors books!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
PhilsPhan posts on 9/3/2007 10:33:34 AM
Are there ever going to be any more Andy Brazil books? It seems like you just get hooked on the characters and POOF, they're gone!
vidgrl posts on 8/23/2007 7:39:36 AM
its supposed to come out in sept,hth:)
sunshine posts on 8/22/2007 3:01:42 PM
Does anyone know when she will put out a NEW book. I get so tired of waiting....I thought I read October but now I can not find anything saying a new one is coming.
vidgrl posts on 8/22/2007 7:08:10 AM
i loved bf,trace was ok but i would have to totally agree pred was terrible.hopefully her new bk will b better.
mary posts on 8/19/2007 5:13:04 PM
I thought PREDATOR was terrible. I also hated BLOWFLY. I was a real Cornwell fan (even though I would have preferred a lot less gore) until these last three books. I think the power, money et al that Lucy has acquired is way over the top and the characters have, for me, lost their credibility and also their appeal. Also,all the detailed gore was horrible, and detracted even more from the tale.
c. thompson posts on 8/5/2007 9:04:15 AM
I have to say that the narrarator present tense style of this book, has made it less enjoyable to me than other Cornwell books. I have read all of her other books, and I like the way Cornwell uses narraration by Scarpetta herself in present tense- somehow taking the narrative away from Scarpetta, gives the book less of an edge, and in general, just plain bugged me! I found it harder to read, and I had more difficulty becoming absorbed into the book. Cornwell is in a class ll by herself when it comes to writing books. There are very few authors that do their homework as thoroughly as she does.
Daphni posts on 7/28/2007 2:15:18 AM
Lisa, you missed Black Notice which comes after Point of Origin
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