The Fall of Crazy House

The Fall of Crazy House

The best dystopian series since The Hunger Games just got better. Escape is just the beginning. Twin sisters Becca and Cassie barely got out of the Crazy House alive. Now they're trained, skilled fighters who fear nothing--not even the all-powerful United regime. Together, the sisters hold the key to defeating the despotic government and freeing the people of the former Unite The best dystopian series since The Hunger Games just got better. Escape is just the beginning. Twin si...

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Title:The Fall of Crazy House
Author:James Patterson
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:0316433748
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:356 pages pages

The Fall of Crazy House Reviews

  • Karen & Gerard
    Apr 17, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

  • Vicki
    May 17, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

    Worst Patterson Book I ever picked up. Got through 8 chapters and could not go on. No background on what was happening and did not understand it. It lost my interest and I returned the book! I have loved all the other Patterson books I've read, but this one completely lost me! I prefer...

    Futuristic/dystopian novel about a world who has been taken over by a group called the United. Children and young teens are forced to become soldiers and live in places called cells. They have trained and plotted to overthrow the United but can it be done and at what cost? I really...

    When I started this book, I realized I did not remember much from book 1 except it was dystopian and there were twin sisters and one went missing. Literally, that was all I remembered. As I was reading book 2, I almost stopped a few times to consider rereading the first. I rarely rerea...

    Way to go James Patterson!! This sequel to Crazy House was even more intense!!! Amazing storyline that actually gets you thinking ? and also has a few little chuckles tucked in ?. I also listened to this on audiobook and felt like I was there in person. It was read by Therese Plu...

    While The Fall of Crazy House was an interesting and entertaining read, I didn't enjoy it as much as the first book. There were so many subplots that went nowhere and the end felt too rushed and too neatly wrapped up. I read a paperback ARC so maybe some things will change between now ...

    Full disclosure, I won this book in a contest. Before starting it I read Crazy House. Crazy House introduced the reader to Cassie, Becca, Tim, Nate and Strepp. The story was compelling; there were a few questions left unanswered. The Fall of Crazy House picks up after the first book an...

    Okay amazing follow up from the first book. The twins along with Nate and Tim have been training. They are now all kids soldiers along with many other kids from cells. Strepp has a larger plan, to take down the united. Can each of them fulfill their roles while still surviving? What ab...

    This was a gift so i read it. Probably never would have otherwise. It is the second book in a series and I felt like I was left out of little secrets that people who had read the first book were privy to. It was a quick read but not nearly as good as Hunger games...Just sayin! ...

    I really enjoyed the first book better but this was still decent. I?m wondering if there will be a 3rd book. It doesn?t leaving you hanging too much but still curious. I kind of hope they make a movie of this series. ...

    A futuristic look at the world riddled by plagues and uprisings. Becca & Cassie are twins who along with their boyfriends Nate & Tim have been trained by Ms. Strepp for one mission, to kill the President. ...

  • Teresa Kmetz
    Jun 04, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

    Worst Patterson Book I ever picked up. Got through 8 chapters and could not go on. No background on what was happening and did not understand it. It lost my interest and I returned the book! I have loved all the other Patterson books I've read, but this one completely lost me! I prefer...

    Futuristic/dystopian novel about a world who has been taken over by a group called the United. Children and young teens are forced to become soldiers and live in places called cells. They have trained and plotted to overthrow the United but can it be done and at what cost? I really...

    When I started this book, I realized I did not remember much from book 1 except it was dystopian and there were twin sisters and one went missing. Literally, that was all I remembered. As I was reading book 2, I almost stopped a few times to consider rereading the first. I rarely rerea...

    Way to go James Patterson!! This sequel to Crazy House was even more intense!!! Amazing storyline that actually gets you thinking ? and also has a few little chuckles tucked in ?. I also listened to this on audiobook and felt like I was there in person. It was read by Therese Plu...

    While The Fall of Crazy House was an interesting and entertaining read, I didn't enjoy it as much as the first book. There were so many subplots that went nowhere and the end felt too rushed and too neatly wrapped up. I read a paperback ARC so maybe some things will change between now ...

    Full disclosure, I won this book in a contest. Before starting it I read Crazy House. Crazy House introduced the reader to Cassie, Becca, Tim, Nate and Strepp. The story was compelling; there were a few questions left unanswered. The Fall of Crazy House picks up after the first book an...

  • Lacy
    Feb 14, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

    Worst Patterson Book I ever picked up. Got through 8 chapters and could not go on. No background on what was happening and did not understand it. It lost my interest and I returned the book! I have loved all the other Patterson books I've read, but this one completely lost me! I prefer...

    Futuristic/dystopian novel about a world who has been taken over by a group called the United. Children and young teens are forced to become soldiers and live in places called cells. They have trained and plotted to overthrow the United but can it be done and at what cost? I really...

    When I started this book, I realized I did not remember much from book 1 except it was dystopian and there were twin sisters and one went missing. Literally, that was all I remembered. As I was reading book 2, I almost stopped a few times to consider rereading the first. I rarely rerea...

    Way to go James Patterson!! This sequel to Crazy House was even more intense!!! Amazing storyline that actually gets you thinking ? and also has a few little chuckles tucked in ?. I also listened to this on audiobook and felt like I was there in person. It was read by Therese Plu...

    While The Fall of Crazy House was an interesting and entertaining read, I didn't enjoy it as much as the first book. There were so many subplots that went nowhere and the end felt too rushed and too neatly wrapped up. I read a paperback ARC so maybe some things will change between now ...

  • Debra Jo Burnette
    Jun 05, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

    Worst Patterson Book I ever picked up. Got through 8 chapters and could not go on. No background on what was happening and did not understand it. It lost my interest and I returned the book! I have loved all the other Patterson books I've read, but this one completely lost me! I prefer...

    Futuristic/dystopian novel about a world who has been taken over by a group called the United. Children and young teens are forced to become soldiers and live in places called cells. They have trained and plotted to overthrow the United but can it be done and at what cost? I really...

    When I started this book, I realized I did not remember much from book 1 except it was dystopian and there were twin sisters and one went missing. Literally, that was all I remembered. As I was reading book 2, I almost stopped a few times to consider rereading the first. I rarely rerea...

  • Shannon
    May 15, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

  • Crissy
    Jun 11, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

  • Tammy
    May 03, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

  • Maria Longoria
    May 03, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

    Worst Patterson Book I ever picked up. Got through 8 chapters and could not go on. No background on what was happening and did not understand it. It lost my interest and I returned the book! I have loved all the other Patterson books I've read, but this one completely lost me! I prefer...

    Futuristic/dystopian novel about a world who has been taken over by a group called the United. Children and young teens are forced to become soldiers and live in places called cells. They have trained and plotted to overthrow the United but can it be done and at what cost? I really...

  • Amanda Jordan
    May 31, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

  • Ricky
    May 25, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

  • Patricia
    Apr 13, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

  • Bunni
    May 27, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

  • Melissa
    Jun 04, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

  • Sydney
    May 19, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

  • Claudia Keller
    May 14, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

  • Laura Rash
    Apr 18, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

  • Carissa
    May 27, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

  • Sharon Pecci
    Jun 06, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

  • sweetpeagjyahoo.com
    May 24, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

  • Jeanine
    Apr 22, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

    Worst Patterson Book I ever picked up. Got through 8 chapters and could not go on. No background on what was happening and did not understand it. It lost my interest and I returned the book! I have loved all the other Patterson books I've read, but this one completely lost me! I prefer...

    Futuristic/dystopian novel about a world who has been taken over by a group called the United. Children and young teens are forced to become soldiers and live in places called cells. They have trained and plotted to overthrow the United but can it be done and at what cost? I really...

    When I started this book, I realized I did not remember much from book 1 except it was dystopian and there were twin sisters and one went missing. Literally, that was all I remembered. As I was reading book 2, I almost stopped a few times to consider rereading the first. I rarely rerea...

    Way to go James Patterson!! This sequel to Crazy House was even more intense!!! Amazing storyline that actually gets you thinking ? and also has a few little chuckles tucked in ?. I also listened to this on audiobook and felt like I was there in person. It was read by Therese Plu...

    While The Fall of Crazy House was an interesting and entertaining read, I didn't enjoy it as much as the first book. There were so many subplots that went nowhere and the end felt too rushed and too neatly wrapped up. I read a paperback ARC so maybe some things will change between now ...

    Full disclosure, I won this book in a contest. Before starting it I read Crazy House. Crazy House introduced the reader to Cassie, Becca, Tim, Nate and Strepp. The story was compelling; there were a few questions left unanswered. The Fall of Crazy House picks up after the first book an...

    Okay amazing follow up from the first book. The twins along with Nate and Tim have been training. They are now all kids soldiers along with many other kids from cells. Strepp has a larger plan, to take down the united. Can each of them fulfill their roles while still surviving? What ab...

    This was a gift so i read it. Probably never would have otherwise. It is the second book in a series and I felt like I was left out of little secrets that people who had read the first book were privy to. It was a quick read but not nearly as good as Hunger games...Just sayin! ...

  • Kathy
    May 02, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

    Worst Patterson Book I ever picked up. Got through 8 chapters and could not go on. No background on what was happening and did not understand it. It lost my interest and I returned the book! I have loved all the other Patterson books I've read, but this one completely lost me! I prefer...

    Futuristic/dystopian novel about a world who has been taken over by a group called the United. Children and young teens are forced to become soldiers and live in places called cells. They have trained and plotted to overthrow the United but can it be done and at what cost? I really...

    When I started this book, I realized I did not remember much from book 1 except it was dystopian and there were twin sisters and one went missing. Literally, that was all I remembered. As I was reading book 2, I almost stopped a few times to consider rereading the first. I rarely rerea...

    Way to go James Patterson!! This sequel to Crazy House was even more intense!!! Amazing storyline that actually gets you thinking ? and also has a few little chuckles tucked in ?. I also listened to this on audiobook and felt like I was there in person. It was read by Therese Plu...

  • Nicole Jones
    Jun 14, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

    Worst Patterson Book I ever picked up. Got through 8 chapters and could not go on. No background on what was happening and did not understand it. It lost my interest and I returned the book! I have loved all the other Patterson books I've read, but this one completely lost me! I prefer...

    Futuristic/dystopian novel about a world who has been taken over by a group called the United. Children and young teens are forced to become soldiers and live in places called cells. They have trained and plotted to overthrow the United but can it be done and at what cost? I really...

    When I started this book, I realized I did not remember much from book 1 except it was dystopian and there were twin sisters and one went missing. Literally, that was all I remembered. As I was reading book 2, I almost stopped a few times to consider rereading the first. I rarely rerea...

    Way to go James Patterson!! This sequel to Crazy House was even more intense!!! Amazing storyline that actually gets you thinking ? and also has a few little chuckles tucked in ?. I also listened to this on audiobook and felt like I was there in person. It was read by Therese Plu...

    While The Fall of Crazy House was an interesting and entertaining read, I didn't enjoy it as much as the first book. There were so many subplots that went nowhere and the end felt too rushed and too neatly wrapped up. I read a paperback ARC so maybe some things will change between now ...

    Full disclosure, I won this book in a contest. Before starting it I read Crazy House. Crazy House introduced the reader to Cassie, Becca, Tim, Nate and Strepp. The story was compelling; there were a few questions left unanswered. The Fall of Crazy House picks up after the first book an...

    Okay amazing follow up from the first book. The twins along with Nate and Tim have been training. They are now all kids soldiers along with many other kids from cells. Strepp has a larger plan, to take down the united. Can each of them fulfill their roles while still surviving? What ab...

    This was a gift so i read it. Probably never would have otherwise. It is the second book in a series and I felt like I was left out of little secrets that people who had read the first book were privy to. It was a quick read but not nearly as good as Hunger games...Just sayin! ...

    I really enjoyed the first book better but this was still decent. I?m wondering if there will be a 3rd book. It doesn?t leaving you hanging too much but still curious. I kind of hope they make a movie of this series. ...

  • ⠀annie⠀✧*ೃ༄
    Apr 20, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

  • WhatBookNext .com
    Jun 01, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

  • Jennalee L
    Apr 28, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

  • Phey Reyes
    Jun 04, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

    Worst Patterson Book I ever picked up. Got through 8 chapters and could not go on. No background on what was happening and did not understand it. It lost my interest and I returned the book! I have loved all the other Patterson books I've read, but this one completely lost me! I prefer...

    Futuristic/dystopian novel about a world who has been taken over by a group called the United. Children and young teens are forced to become soldiers and live in places called cells. They have trained and plotted to overthrow the United but can it be done and at what cost? I really...

    When I started this book, I realized I did not remember much from book 1 except it was dystopian and there were twin sisters and one went missing. Literally, that was all I remembered. As I was reading book 2, I almost stopped a few times to consider rereading the first. I rarely rerea...

    Way to go James Patterson!! This sequel to Crazy House was even more intense!!! Amazing storyline that actually gets you thinking ? and also has a few little chuckles tucked in ?. I also listened to this on audiobook and felt like I was there in person. It was read by Therese Plu...

    While The Fall of Crazy House was an interesting and entertaining read, I didn't enjoy it as much as the first book. There were so many subplots that went nowhere and the end felt too rushed and too neatly wrapped up. I read a paperback ARC so maybe some things will change between now ...

    Full disclosure, I won this book in a contest. Before starting it I read Crazy House. Crazy House introduced the reader to Cassie, Becca, Tim, Nate and Strepp. The story was compelling; there were a few questions left unanswered. The Fall of Crazy House picks up after the first book an...

    Okay amazing follow up from the first book. The twins along with Nate and Tim have been training. They are now all kids soldiers along with many other kids from cells. Strepp has a larger plan, to take down the united. Can each of them fulfill their roles while still surviving? What ab...

    This was a gift so i read it. Probably never would have otherwise. It is the second book in a series and I felt like I was left out of little secrets that people who had read the first book were privy to. It was a quick read but not nearly as good as Hunger games...Just sayin! ...

    I really enjoyed the first book better but this was still decent. I?m wondering if there will be a 3rd book. It doesn?t leaving you hanging too much but still curious. I kind of hope they make a movie of this series. ...

    A futuristic look at the world riddled by plagues and uprisings. Becca & Cassie are twins who along with their boyfriends Nate & Tim have been trained by Ms. Strepp for one mission, to kill the President. ...

    There are some parts that were not elaborated but nonetheless, its as good as the first book. I really like how the characters were portrayed, the bond that they have is really something. You know that they really got each other's back. Some parts remained a mystery though.. ...

  • Katie
    Jun 10, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

    Worst Patterson Book I ever picked up. Got through 8 chapters and could not go on. No background on what was happening and did not understand it. It lost my interest and I returned the book! I have loved all the other Patterson books I've read, but this one completely lost me! I prefer...

    Futuristic/dystopian novel about a world who has been taken over by a group called the United. Children and young teens are forced to become soldiers and live in places called cells. They have trained and plotted to overthrow the United but can it be done and at what cost? I really...

    When I started this book, I realized I did not remember much from book 1 except it was dystopian and there were twin sisters and one went missing. Literally, that was all I remembered. As I was reading book 2, I almost stopped a few times to consider rereading the first. I rarely rerea...

    Way to go James Patterson!! This sequel to Crazy House was even more intense!!! Amazing storyline that actually gets you thinking ? and also has a few little chuckles tucked in ?. I also listened to this on audiobook and felt like I was there in person. It was read by Therese Plu...

    While The Fall of Crazy House was an interesting and entertaining read, I didn't enjoy it as much as the first book. There were so many subplots that went nowhere and the end felt too rushed and too neatly wrapped up. I read a paperback ARC so maybe some things will change between now ...

    Full disclosure, I won this book in a contest. Before starting it I read Crazy House. Crazy House introduced the reader to Cassie, Becca, Tim, Nate and Strepp. The story was compelling; there were a few questions left unanswered. The Fall of Crazy House picks up after the first book an...

    Okay amazing follow up from the first book. The twins along with Nate and Tim have been training. They are now all kids soldiers along with many other kids from cells. Strepp has a larger plan, to take down the united. Can each of them fulfill their roles while still surviving? What ab...

  • James Persino
    May 05, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...

    Very different book. It was good but very different. Cassie and Becca are twins and they are both training to be part of the resistance along with Nick and Tim who are there boyfriends. The leader separates them with cassie and nick are sent to work on the archives in the hidden attic ...

    Disclaimer: If you haven't read the first book Crazy House, this post may contain spoilers. After ready Crazy House, I became really involved in the story as it was a different take on a post apocalyptic world. We learn in the first book about the cities that are living very well. A...

    I think that this book was very interesting and did a good job bringing everything together at the end of the book. Although I loved the book, I thought that at times the writing became monotonous and dull. The author could have used better adjectives to give more emotion but overall t...

    OK as soon as I could I got my hands on this one. I however liked the first book so much more. We are following the same group of teens but now they are out in the world trying to find answers about what they have been taught and why things are the way they are. I had to pay close atte...

    Worst Patterson Book I ever picked up. Got through 8 chapters and could not go on. No background on what was happening and did not understand it. It lost my interest and I returned the book! I have loved all the other Patterson books I've read, but this one completely lost me! I prefer...

  • Meg928
    Apr 27, 2019

    as many of you know, the first book in this series, crazy house, is one of my favorite reads. i read it in august of last year and i still think about it. because of that, this book was one of my most anticipated releases. i went to the store on release day and went through hell trying...

    Surprisingly better than the first one but not that good. It just made me want to re-read The Hunger Games which was wayyyy better. ...

    Action packed and very fast paced which made this a fun read. There were a few confusing moments that i felt could have been more explained or connected within the story. For example, we never really got an explanation for why Tim kissed Cassie. They never touched more upon what Cassie...

    It was okay but the first book IMO was better ...

    Action packed and a fun ride! I know this series is geared toward YA but I really enjoyed it ...

    Actually better than the first book in this series. There is not so much effort made in this book to make the characters sound foul-mouthed and tough. The storyline was predictable but I still enjoyed the story and, as always, this was a quick read. ...

    Twins Becca and Cassie now know why they were kidnapped and put through hell in a death row prison. Now soldiers for a ruthless leader, they are part of her elite team. But what has all the pain, fighting, training, starvation, marching, and fear exercises been for? Called into the ...

    I bought this book not knowing that this is a sequel. I still enjoyed the plot and I will look for the first book to maybe get an understanding of who Rebecca and Cassie (17-year-old twin sisters) really are and where they came from. This is set in the far future and there is no Unite...

    I almost forgot that Crazy House was even a thing until now, a full two years after that book came out, because it finally got the sequel that cliffhanger demanded. Like its predecessor, The Fall of Crazy House is a welcome return to the James Patterson YA action-thrillers I used to de...

    I thought I was in a crazy house reading this It's not that I didn't enjoy this second book yet I couldn't follow the flow. It seemed pretty much a mismatch of timelines,within a story, and back around again. We don't really get answers to some very critical issues brought up and i...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet is the sequel to Crazy House that continues on with Becca, Cassie, Tim, and Nate being trained as soldiers in the resistance. It?s a pretty wild book that contains some humor, lots of adventure and action. The ending...

    2.5 stars The first book in this series was much better (probably because it was different from other dystopian books out there). This book started off okay but then certain plot points felt very familiar (because they have already been used by other dystopian books). Also, there was a...

    I just couldn't wait to get into this 2nd book of Crazy House, and yup it was amazing! So many unanswered questions though, like what did Cassie and Tim find in the Attic, Who really was Helen Strepp and how did she know the President; they seemed to me that they knew each other, how d...

    The Fall of Crazy House by James Patterson is the second book in a young adult series that bills itself as the best dystopian series since the Hunger Games. Definitely post apocalyptic, with twin teenagers as the main characters, it tells the tale of people struggling in ?cells,? w...

    This is by far my favorite series. I hope they release a third. I was a bit confused in the beginning because of the expanse of time between when I read the first one, and the release date of The Fall of The Crazy House, but quickly figured out what was happening and puzzle pieces cli...