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    through creatures, like witches on broomsticks, which date back to the 15th century. However, not all the books have spurred the same type of hype as each other overtime. This paper will explore the stylistic techniques, content, and themes that made James Patterson’s Maximum Ride so popular to the wide age range from pre-teens to adults. Writers and journalists like Mahler and, later, Haskins and Roberts explore the aspects that attract the preteen/teenage group

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    Essay on The Philosophy of James Patterson

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    The Philosophy of James Patterson      James Patterson should be included in an anthology because he has mastered the art of description and plot. He’s capable of creating lives in his books like no other author from past or present. He has created a fictional world inside of his Alex Cross series, where many fans of his like to live. With each new book he can fill a mind with unbelievable detail and imagery. A small two book series, nicknamed the “bird booksâ€?, blew away many critics. With

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    his life! Before James Garfield was born his parents, Abram and Eliza Garfield moved to Ohio. He was born on November 19th, 1831. When he was born he was the last president born in a log cabin. That’s where James Garfield was born. His Mother said, “when he was born he looked like a red Irishmen,” and was also over 10 pounds when he was born. When he was 2 years old his father died of pneumonia. At the same time his siblings also died of pneumonia. Eliza and little James Garfield still had

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    There is so much information about the history of Colorado. The first son of James Patterson and Margaret Montjoy was born on November 4th, 1839 in an Irish town of Carlow. Patterson’s grandfather, James, was a landed farmer who learned the watchmaker’s trade and lived near Portaferry in Northern Ireland. He was an American politician and newspaper publisher 1870s to the 1910s. They first settled in New York City nine years later after he was born in 1849. He attended the public schools until he

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    James Patterson Songs

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    are millions of different songs in the nation. Some songs are based on love, humor, pop, country, rock, etc. There are three songs that best describe the three characters that I chose from the book “Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports” by James Patterson. The three songs that describe the different character are “Pumped up Kicks” by Foster the People, “Free Bird” by Lynyrd Skynyrd and “Mind Reader” by Dustin Lynch. The first song that best describes the Flyboys would be “Pumped up Kicks” by:

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    James Patterson Quote

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    loss is that life actually goes on. When you’re faced with a tragedy, a loss so huge that you have no idea how you can live through it, somehow, the world keeps turning, the seconds keep ticking.” I came across this quote when I read a book by James Patterson; I was able to comprehend the literal meaning of the quote but not fully relate to its meaning. That is until the beginning of eighth grade. I clearly remember the day when I received the phone call, from my mom in Mexico, to tell me that my grandfather

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    available. 2.1.3 Social-Cultural environment•Book club was a trend in the United States and being a member of a book club meant commanding respect in the society. •The society had a special place for the so called "badge" books. The works of James Patterson did not enjoy similar status which resulted in lower readership amongst the group of omnivorous readers. 2.1.4 Technological environment•Technologies used in book printing and publishing are hardcover, paperback, electronic books, audio books

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    James Patterson was born March 22, 1947, in Newburgh, New York. Patterson’s books are mostly detective stories, thrillers, science fiction, romance, and young adult books. The first book he published was in 1976 called The Thomas Berryman Number. After writing that book, 20 years later, he left his job in advertising to work on writing. He now holds the Guinness World Record for having the most books on The New York Time’s best-seller list. Patterson was a good student but did not enjoy reading

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    “All good writing is swimming under water and holding your breath.” -F. Scott Fitzgerald James Patterson is offering an online writing class called, ‘James Patterson Teaches Writing.’ He is offering it through: MasterClass.com • Twenty two video lessons, where James teaches you how to create characters, write dialogue, and keep readers turning the page • Lifetime access to the entire class! • Q&A with James • Critiques of your project if you enroll by July 20th. The entire class is ninety-dollars

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    Executive Summary: Over the last decade James Patterson has published an unprecedented number of best-selling books, cemented a powerful brand image amongst a loyal following, and redefined the process by which authors create content to meet reader demand. From November 2000 through June 2003, Patterson had cumulative sales of over six million dollars, trailing only John Grisham during that time frame. He has generated the majority of his sales through a loyal readership that consistently lines

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