Cradle and All

What is the author's style in Cradle and All by James Patterson?

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Cradle and All is an easy read. Although it is classified as a medical thriller, it is not as complicated as many of its counterparts. The lack of technical jargon makes it a quick read, despite the actual number of pages. The characters speak in an informal tone and there is a lot of dialogue between them. The dialogue represents the majority of the text. This format keeps the book flowing well.