The Lake House

The Lake House

James Patterson

Synopsis of The Lake House

The six children have escaped horrifying government experiments, a childhood in captivity, and a frightening brush with death. Living out in the world for the first time, they yearn to be reunited with Kit and Frannie, the couple who saved their lives. And Max, the leader of the flock, is seized by an overpowering fear that the kids are about to face a danger greater than any they've ever known. All that the children want is to return to the one place they have ever felt truly protected--the waterfront cabin known as the Lake House. But in order to get there, they must thwart the sinister plans of a survivor from their worst nightmare--plans that not only keep Kit, Frannie, and the children in constant peril, but threaten the future of human existence. And it's a battle they must be willing to pay any price to win. ... THE LAKE HOUSE is the completion of James Patterson's most original and compelling story ever, When the Wind Blows--a conclusion that millions of readers have awaited for years.

Reviews of The Lake House


While The Lake House seems a bit contrived and lacks the spontaneity of the original, Patterson has managed to retain the charisma of the characters and keep the story flying. -- Mark Graham, The Rocky Mountain News

THE LAKE HOUSE is a little gem. -- Ava Dianne Day,

The Author keeps springing surprises right to the last page, and a few of them cry out for a sequel. Let's hope that it comes soon. -- Hilary Williamson, BookLoons