Sail by James Patterson

I really enjoyed this book. It was so easy and quick to read, I ate the pages up.

The story surrounds a family holiday taken to reunite a wayward family but before they can even start to argue among themselves disaster strikes. They must be the most unlucky family in the world, because it just keeps getting worse.

There wasn’t much in the way of plot twists, it pretty much ends the way you thought it would but that doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy the journey.

You need all sorts of books in your life. Sometimes you want to dive into an epic, others you want a read that flies by quickly that you don’t need to pour attention into. This is the latter and there is nothing wrong with that.

It was part of a 3 book box set and I’m already half way through another one of the books in the box. I’m actually starting to see a dent forming in my ‘to read’ pile. I’ve promised myself I won’t buy any more books until I’ve got down to the last few to read and I’m sticking to the promise at the moment. Finally getting through books that have been waiting to be read for years is very satisfying.

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