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Author: James Patterson, Michael Ledwidge
New York. Mexico. India. California. All around the world, brutal attacks are crippling entire cities. It isn't the work of terrorists, but of animals, and their somehow coordinated assaults are escalating at a terrifying pace. — Jackson Oz, a young biologist, watches the events with an increasing sense of dread. A coordinated lion ambush in ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780316097444
ISBN-10: 0316097446
Publication Date: 9/3/2012
Pages: 416
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 105 ratings
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Book Type: Hardcover
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tammy60 avatar reviewed Zoo on + 9 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
I absolutely enjoyed reading this one! I feel it's a great story written on a different scenario of the 'end of the world' theories. I know some people I have
talked with have defined their belief of the 'end of the world' means a drastic change in the world as we know it. Well, maybe the authors thought this too,
when they decided to write this book.

I highly recommend this book! I gave it 5 out of 5 stars.
jade19721 avatar reviewed Zoo on + 115 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
James Patterson's books are usually not the genre that I go for so I have never read anything by him before. I saw this and decided to give it a try since it's different than what he usually writes. I started reading it and by the 10th page I "thought" I had the plot figured out, but since I liked what I was reading so far I thought I would just go along for the ride which I was sure would be enjoyable. Ok..you know how they tell you not judge a book by it's cover? Well this is one of those. I absolutley loved this book! It was right up there with a couple of my other favorites. The book did not end how I thought it would which suprised the heck right out of me. It starts out with a scientist who has been observing strange behaviors in animals for several years. He tries to get the word out, but he is ignored and laughed at by most until the animal attacks begin to get worse. Once the attacks start occuring in the most populated places he is called upon to figure what is going on, why, and how to stop it. I will stop there to avoid spilling out the details, but I do reccomend giving it a try.
reviewed Zoo on + 4 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
My husband gifted with me Zoo because I love James Patterson. I had been looking forward to reading this book simply because of the author. Once I started reading, I was captivated. The plot seems real enough, and I kind of think "Ohh! It's like ZOO!" when I see news stories of animals attacking.

For James Patterson fans, you won't be disappointed. The story grips you and moves quickly like so many of his books do.
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