The Pattern of Fear Paperback – 13 Mar 2014
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Rollicking, globe-hopping, timely and prescient . . . this first novel just blows the doors off (C. J. Box)
Smart, edgy, fast-paced storytelling at its best (Alafair Burke)
From the first page it pulls you into a compellingly suspenseful story and delivers it at a breakneck pace (Alex Grecian)
Fans of 'Homeland' and '24' will love The Pattern of Fear - a rocket of a thriller that's fresh and cool and totally real (Joseph Finder, New York Times bestselling author of Paranoia and Buried Secrets)
About the Author
Drew Chapman has written on many studio movies including the original Iron Man for 20th Century Fox. He now creates and writes TV shows for network television, most recently having worked for ABC and Sony. Married with two children, he divides his time between Los Angeles and Seattle.
Top Customer Reviews
A fast paced pulpy read - it really held my attention for the first 100 or so pages but began to wane as it got increasingly ridiculous - the ultimate fantasy of being plucked from the day job and being thrust into the foray of world changing events. Drew Chapman writes in a fluid style that is interesting and clear, the story flits about between different characters but is easy to follow and comes to a climactic finish. Garrett is an interesting character; petulant and impudent but you can't help but respect his talent - a more three-dimensional character than your usual action hero.
Recommended for a good read, touches on politics and economics but manages to keep the tempo up the whole way through. Definitely worth a read if you enjoyed Robert Harris' Fear Index.
I look forward to the sequel