The Lake House
James Patterson
Little, Brown (2003)
In Collection
Science Fiction, Suspense Fiction
Genetic Engineering, Genetic Engineering/ Fiction, Human Experimentation In Medicine, Human Experimentation In Medicine/ Fiction, Teenagers/ Fiction
Hardcover 9780316603287
The six children have escaped horrifying government experiments, a childhood in captivity, and a frightening brush with death. Living out in the world for the first time, they yearn to be reunited with Kit and Frannie, the couple who saved their lives. And Max, the leader of the flock, is seized by an overpowering fear that the kids are about to face a danger greater than any they've ever known. All that the children want is to return to the one place they have ever felt truly protected--the waterfront cabin known as the Lake House. But in order to get there, they must thwart the sinister plans of a survivor from their worst nightmare--plans that not only keep Kit, Frannie, and the children in constant peril, but threaten the future of human existence. And it's a battle they must be willing to pay any price to win. - THE LAKE HOUSE is the completion of James Patterson's most original and compelling story ever, When the Wind Blows--a conclusion that millions of readers have awaited for years. - The Beach House debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. - Patterson's new Alex Cross novel, Four Blind Mice, debuts in November 2002 with his largest first printing ever. Praise for James Patterson:
Product Details
LoC Classification PS3566.A822 .L35 2003
Dewey 813.54
Cover Price $1.87
No. of Pages 384
Height x Width 9.2 x 5.9  inch
Personal Details
Read It Yes (11/21/2013)
Got From.... Internet
Started Reading 11/14/2013
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Rating: 8.

The only reason its a 8 is because of two things: one small part where she burns her house down to get away from the snipers. There is other ways, that's for sure. And 2nd, the world still didn't know about the resurrection? I did like how towards the end I thought the book was over until another ending sprung up.