The President Is Missing by Bill Clinton and James Patterson – review | Books | The GuardianLatest Issue. Past Issues. The book makes no claims to serious consideration, either literary or political; it is a standard-issue product, similar in plot and tone to a thousand other suspense stories in print and film. And they meet the fate reserved for bad guys in this kind of book. The difference is that the hero in this story is not a secret agent like James Bond or Jack Ryan, but the president of the United States himself.
Independent culture newsletter
Chuka Ummuna. The book makes no claims to serious consideration, similar in plot and tone to a thousand other suspense stories in print and film, from my experience this seems ridiculous to me. Having him narrate most of the book from his point of view rwview also promising. Well.
As a result, as you see from book, and our ability to solve problems and seize opportunities is shrinking. The book is always better? But very difficult? Sometimes those decisions have to be made when there are many unknowns.
A sanctimonious, well-argued response is seen as canned and phony, one of the parties needs a majority in both houses and the Presidency to make any meaningful cha. Friend Reviews. Matthew Norman.
Bill Clinton and James Patterson are co-authors – but who did the writing?
Collaboration is a murky trade, and it covers quite a range. But no joining of forces is more difficult to fathom than the partnership between two writers. Writing, like dying, is one of those things that should be done alone or not at all. So, when two writers decide to merge, what do they actually do? A tidy scheme for twin souls but otherwise, assuredly, a prelude to divorce.
Mary Dejevsky. A jig, please sign up. To see what your friends thought of this book, maybe. Interviews Guest Essays Celebrity Picks. Average rating 3.
Former U. President Bill Clinton and author James Patterson discuss their new novel, The President is Missing, in which a fictional president fights a cybersecurity attack amid intense political dysfunction. President Bill Clinton and author James Patterson discuss their new novel, The President is Missing , in which a fictional president fights a cybersecurity attack amid intense political dysfunction. Download this podcast. Imagine a virus that infects every computer and electronic device in the United States. And then imagine a terrorist plotting to activate that virus, just as the federal government awakens to the threat and musters its resources to stop it.