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Dan Brown - Inferno

Dan Brown’s inferno is brilliantly written from beginning to end. I am entranced as I turn the first few pages, desperate to understand the situation that so confuses the main character. 1,149 more words


The Third World Dark Side

Recently some events took place that brought me to the conclusion that my mother thinks I’m on the dark side. To begin with, we are the third world people, the pretentious yet deep inside paindu third world people. 652 more words


a high concept thriller that is comparable with the best of Dan Brown or Jack Higgins

Book review – TWILIGHT VISITOR, by novelist, David Luddington

Laplaine’s mastery of the two plot lines is quite extraordinary as he balances the pastoral and tranquil setting of the beach scenes with a high concept thriller that is comparable with the best of Dan Brown or Jack Higgins…. read full article HERE

On the Books: Pulitzer-winning poet Galway Kinnell dies at 87

- Renowned American poet Galway Kinnell died of leukemia last week at the age of 87. Kinnell received numerous accolades throughout his career, including the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award for 1982’s  607 more words


Inferno : A Book Review

The very first moment I came across Dan Brown’s novels was when I watched the film adaptation of his top bestselling work The Da Vinci Code. 547 more words


Dan Brown and Airport Vending Machines

After an adventurous two weeks in Turkey, I’m back! My husband and I had an amazing time, seeing places we’d spent years dreaming about and meeting people we’ll never forget. 234 more words

Book review 32 – Inferno

Inferno (#4 Langdon)

by Dan Brown

Rating: 4 stars

Goodreads summary:

In the heart of Italy, Harvard professor of symbology Robert Langdon is drawn into a harrowing world centered on one of history’s most enduring and mysterious literary masterpieces .

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