Count to Ten #2020

Count to Ten James Patterson Ashwin Sanghi Count to Ten Santosh Wagh quit his job as head of Private India after harrowing events in Mumbai almost got him killed But Jack Morgan global head of the world s finest investigation agency needs him back Jack i

  • Title: Count to Ten
  • Author: James Patterson Ashwin Sanghi
  • ISBN: 9781538760277
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Paperback
  • Count to Ten James Patterson Ashwin Sanghi Santosh Wagh quit his job as head of Private India after harrowing events in Mumbai almost got him killed But Jack Morgan, global head of the world s finest investigation agency, needs him back Jack is setting up a new office in Delhi, and Santosh is the only person he can trust.Still battling his demons, Santosh accepts, and it s not long before the agency takes on a caSantosh Wagh quit his job as head of Private India after harrowing events in Mumbai almost got him killed But Jack Morgan, global head of the world s finest investigation agency, needs him back Jack is setting up a new office in Delhi, and Santosh is the only person he can trust.Still battling his demons, Santosh accepts, and it s not long before the agency takes on a case that could make or break them Plastic barrels containing dissolved human remains have been found in the basement of a house in an upmarket area of South Delhi But this isn t just any house, this property belongs to the state government.With the crime scene in lockdown and information suppressed by the authorities, delving too deep could make Santosh a target to be eliminated.
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    1. In the latest Private novel, James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi take the action back to India, this time focussing their attention on Delhi Jack Morgan arrives in country for an international security conference, taking some time to check on Private Delhi and its head, Santosh Wagh After a number of near death experiences working for Morgan in Mumbai, Wagh quit his job and returned to drowning his sorrows in a bottle of booze However, Morgan saw much in this man and convinced him to give things a [...]

    2. A clear 3.5 Originally appeared here timesofindiadiatimes li James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi team up again to dish another installment in the Private Series Private Delhi, as is evident from the title, is set in the busy, dynamic and routinely quagmire capital city of India.When two lascivious lovebirds, looking for a hidden patch on an abandoned garden to get into the act, accidentally fall into a basement structure, they open a hazardous Pandora s Box Huge barrels, lining the structure, were [...]

    3. I just cannot connect with the Private India characters I don t find them very interesting to be honest I did like the crime aspects of this installment but I just did not like characters This is the second time I had this reaction to the India crew My quick and simple overall, it is not a bad book at all but I just was not into it and did not find the characters fun to read.

    4. I ve read and for the most part enjoyed almost all of the Private series this is the 13th , but this one was a bit of a disappointment Release of the book in November 2017 also raised a question Earlier this year, I learned of upcoming publication of a book titled Private Delhi I put it on my must get list, but the release date came and went and I was never able to get my hands on it When I saw this one, a Private set in Delhi with the same co author, I wondered why there were two.Apparently, I [...]

    5. It s unusual for me to give a James Patterson book only 2 stars but I just lost interest in this one I got a little confused with the characters and found the subject matter a bit too gruesome I did finish it the whole book only took about 3 hours but definitely not my favourite of the Private series.

    6. Just did not feel this book I could not get into the story or the characters It did not seem like a typical Private novel to me Maybe Private has just expanded too much to keep it as the small tough little organization as it was meant to be originally Then again, maybe it has just outgrown itself and there needs to be a Private two.

    7. Well, I am finally done with this genre Reading the book left a taste similar to eating badly made cheap industrial chocolate, at an age when you should definitely know better.

    8. First of all, I am a reader of most the books written at least co written to some degree by James Patterson I would not necessarily call myself a huge fan because I consider his plots to be a bit formula driven, predictable, and not necessarily challenging to read On the other hand, I find him to be a quick and easy mindless read with the understanding that some of the books and series are better than others He is my escape author that provides a simple nice two day distraction Private has becom [...]

    9. More like confused and bewildered in Delhi I like James Patterson s books I have read many of them, followed his serials and enjoyed them, including the Private books of which this is No 13 I did not enjoy this book perhaps the 13 was an omen The book starts off well An unknown killer strikes, good start for a thriller A young couple are making out and fall through the ceiling to a basement room full of horrors It soon becomes clear that these are no ordinary crimes The killer is targeting some [...]

    10. It was okay I thought the way the characters spoke English was unnatural A novel set in Delhi, peopled by Indian characters, with an Indian co writer, and not a word of Hindi or Punjabi Really odd But a proper page turner, regardless, and fairly gory at times All in all, a good palate cleanser.

    11. 2.5 It was just an decent quick read thriller I didn t pratically care for any of the Private India team, they just arent as interesting as some of the other private teams.

    12. My second favourite Private book number 1 will always be Private Berlin The plot wins this time For much of a background on the characters you will have to read Private India by the same authors such that you will be attached to them When bodies dissolved in barrels are found at a government property in Greater Kailash, the CM of Delhi Mohan Jaswal calls Jack and his Indian team to investigate the case.Meanwhile, Lieutenant Governor Ram Chopra whose political rival is Jaswal, gets the Commissio [...]

    13. My father got this book for Christmas and since I like reading James Patterson books I decided to read it It was a good book to read I like the books in this series They all have a good story to them I look forward to the next book in this series.

    14. Disappointing book from James Patterson Character development, what there is of it, is weak The flow is hard to follow, jumps around a lot The book reads like it was written in about a week I can t recommend it.

    15. 3.5 5 StarsPlastic barrels containing dissolved human remains have been found in the basement of a house.But this isn t just any house, this property belongs to the state government.With information suppressed by the authorities, delving too deep could make Santosh a target to be eliminatedI ve been anticipating another collaboration between James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi since reading their earlier team effort Private India My wishes, as is obvious, have been answered in the form of entry nu [...]

    16. I listened to the audible version of this book It is also listed under Count to Ten Not sure if that the American title versus international title I didn t go in expecting much from this installment in the Private series, so I am rating it a three because it wasn t a total disaster It is probably a 2.5, but it did help me pass the time driving back from Lincoln, NE Typical Private novel with two storylines First is an illegal organ harvesting ring that is working in New Delhi The second is a ser [...]

    17. The private books are beginning to get repetitive and predictable These books were interesting when I read the first few but now I just cannot get into them This book took me about 4 days to read when I would normally finish a book like this in one day, 2 at the most I just did not want to keep picking it up I had to make myself finish it.

    18. I don t know why I didn t like this book as well as most of Patterson s books, but I didn t It was somewhat confusing And I was able to guess correctly who the murder was about 1 3rd of the way through the book But, if I had known what I know about the book before I started, I would have read it anyway.

    19. In Delhi, India, a young couple falls through a decaying basement which holds containers of decaying bodies Private detective agency is brought in because one high ranking government official doesn t trust another one As the investigation progresses, illegal organ harvesting comes to light Also, a second storyline details the murderous path of a serial killer called the Deliverer.Some of the cultures of India is brought out in the book Santosh Wagh is back and heading up the Delhi branch of Priv [...]

    20. Count to TenThis was a little gruesome It reminded me of an old Robin Cook novel I don t ever remember reading a novel like this from James Patterson Once I got over the shock of it and was into it I just wanted to finish and find out who the killer was It kept me reading.

    21. Eh It was OK I understand the idea to bring these agencies to many different countries, but the names got in the way of the story in some cases They garbled the reading in my headST gruesome I ve read in long time don t know that it was really necessary.A few good characters saved this one as a 3 star Santosh Wagh, Maya and Nisha

    22. I rate this book 5 because the pace never slows down I rate this book 5 because it skilfully weaves the actual political situation in Delhi with a series of murders The end is quite a let down but the books deserves a 5 because there are so many potential killers that you just cannot leave the book unread and would want to finish it in straight one sitting.

    23. I read Private India last year and thoroughly enjoyed and was looking forward to this new addition to the Private series This novel whilst being everything you would expect from James Patterson fast paced, full of action and honing in on the essence of a scene is in my opinion It is ultimately about failure The failure of politics in a fictionalised Delhi, the failure of health care to embrace all its citizens, the failure of individuals who get caught up in the striving for wealth and politica [...]

    24. The authors has yet again given us a fast paced thriller and I realised that I spent a bit of my time in completing all the 112 chapters in one go I also found it real difficult to differentiate as to which chapters were penned by Ashwin Sanghi and James Patterson.The book is divided into 3 parts namely Killer, Deliverer and Martyr.Santhosh Wagh is the protagonist, If you have read the first book, you would have known by now He is employed as Head of India Operations for a detective agency calle [...]

    25. Count to Ten is another welcome edition to the Private Novel Series being co written with Ashwin Sanghi.While I tend to agree with other reviewers that the high number of characters did make the read challenging it also allowed the plot to thicken and delve deeper into the investigations and acts carried out.With this said, you need to stay focused and alert because plot twists are in constant movement Action packed, suspenseful, dreary, and frightful is just some of the highlights here.Jack Mor [...]

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