# 26 ONCE IS AN ANOMALY. TWICE IS A COINCIDENCE. THREE TIMES IS A PATTERN. AND AS WE ALL KNOW. . .
There is no such thing as coincidence.
Anybody who loves adventure, thriller, or mystery must have this book! If you read Umberto Eco, Doug Preston or James Rollins, if you like Hitchcock movies, certainly if you number yourself among the ranks of Twin Peaks fans — you will be absorbed in this book from the moment Will West wakes up on Tuesday, November 7.
# 5 TRUST NO ONE.
I'm not going to attempt a plot summary. It's so convoluted, a summary wouldn't be much less in length than a novel. Plus, summarizing reveals things. And the tension in this book is just so juicy; it'd be a crime to rob you of that!
# 31 IT'S NOT A BAD THING, SOMETIMES, IF THEY THINK YOU'RE CRAZY.
I don't have the time to re-read anymore. But I've already made time to read this twice. And I want to give it a third go. This is the best adventure book I have read in years. I can think of very few titles that deliver more thrills, that throw out more twists, or that twine so many disparate elements into one masterfully cohesive story.
# 25 WHAT YOU'RE TOLD TO BELIEVE ISN'T IMPORTANT: IT'S WHAT YOU CHOOSE TO BELIEVE. IT'S NOT THE INK AND PAPER THAT MATTER, BUT THE HAND THAT HOLDS THE PEN.
I predict Mark Frost will have another cult following by the end of the year. And I can just see Dad's Rules going viral. Best read the book before the obscure numbered tweets show up.
# 3 DON'T DRAW ATTENTION TO YOURSELF.