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From thrill rides, compliments of his superstar detective Alex Cross, to emotional heartbreakers à la Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas, to high-flying adventures via teenager Maximum Ride, it’s clear James Patterson is, indeed, “the man who can’t miss” (TIME). With The Dangerous Days of Daniel X, though, get ready to be swept into a fantastic realm, where enemies abound…and nothing is at it seems.
The greatest superpower of all isn’t to be part spider, part man, or to cast awe-inspiring magic spells; the greatest power is the power to create. Daniel has that power.
Daniel's secret abilities—like being able to manipulate objects and animals with his mind or to recreate himself in any shape of his choosing—have helped him survive against unknown enemies. But as a protector of the earth, an Alien Hunter, he has a mission beyond what anyone could imagine.
From the day that his parents were brutally murdered, Daniel has used his unique gifts to hunt down their assassin. Finally, with the help of The List bequeathed to him with his parents’ dying breath, he has located the despised killer.
Now, on his own, he vows to take on his father’s important mission and to have vengeance in the process.
Hardcover Book : 272 pages
Publisher: Hachette Book Group Usa ( July 22, 2008 )
Item #: 12-538552
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.65inches
Product Weight: 13.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
"Daniel X puts one into another reality and makes you want to be the best you can be and never give up. Also, no matter who you have or who you don't have you never ever give up! Made me want to be Daniel X."
This is from a 14 yr old ADHD boy who hates reading and is always playing outside or video games. He read the book in 2 days.
Reviewer: Olga C
I love Patterson's Alex Cross and Women's Murder Club books but this one was a big disappointment. I don't plan to buy future books in the series.
Reviewer: Judith G
BAD!!! I really liked Maximum ride but this is so childish was very disipointed
Reviewer: Maryann K
not patterson's quality-should leave this kind of writing to stephen king who i can't stand.
Reviewer: James D
I was quite disappointed in this book. It was relativey simple and left out many details - like how this 15 yr old manages to afford to rent houses, buy food etc. It had no where near the complexity of other James Patterson books. I think that younger readers would like it better although its a bit violent in parts for children.
Reviewer: Nancy D