James Patterson's new hit novel calls itself, "Spider-Man meets Men in Black" on the jacket, and the novel lives up to this claim. Seemingly written for the big screen, this fast-paced adventure story is a perfectly fine piece of fiction for summer reading. I like Daniel, the 15 year old human-yet-alien-orphan with superpowers who is hunting down the evil aliens who inhabit Earth and try to destroy us.
Also on the jacket, you will find the following statement:
"In the spirit of the most enduring hit movies and books, James Patterson has written this story for readers from ten to a hundred and ten. Special care has been taken with the language and content of The Dangerous Days of Daniel X."
Hoorah! Of course, now my curiosity is piqued. What is the language and content of James Patterson's other books like?
And now, I solemnly resolve to read Stephenie Meyer's "No.1 bestselling teen vampire Twilight saga."