The Big Bad Wolf

What is the theme in The Big Bad Wolf by James Patterson?

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One major theme in the novel is the importance of balancing one's life, specifically in terms of the work life and home life (personal life). Examples of this theme are Cross' relationship with Jamilla, his loss of Alex in the custody battle, and the guilt he feels over both.

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The Big Bad Wolf