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Book Review: "The Lost Symbol" by Dan Brown

The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown

Format: Hardbound, 509 pages
Rating: ★★★★★

Notorious worldwide for blurring the line between fact and fiction, best-selling author Dan Brown continued the adventures of Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon in this third book. 1,404 more words

The Technicolor Phase

Things I Want to do After Reading about Them

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created by the folks at the Broke and the Bookish. Each week has a different theme where participants try to come up with ten things to fit the theme. 404 more words

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Review: The Templar Conspiracy by Paul Christopher


3
 of 5 stars

John ‘Doc’ Holliday #4

My version:
Paperback
Fiction Present day, The Templars
Penguin Books
2011
Bought

The ruthless reign of a secret power must be stopped… 530 more words

Fiction

The Mathematics Of Dan's Inferno


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Dan Brown is the bestselling author of the novel The Da Vinci Code. His most recent bestseller, published in 2013, is Inferno. 1,077 more words

Ideas

Writer by Writing

“Write something……..

Just write something….

Anything….

Oh God!!!!!!! Not one fucking idea in my mind to write something about. Nothing.

Oh! For god’s sake ……just start with anything.”

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"Nothing is more creative, nor destructive; than a brilliant mind with a purpose" INFERNO #Review

Title: Inferno

Author: Dan Brown

Rating: ***1/2

This was my third book in the Robert Langdon series (skipped The Last Symbol) and I found it pretty good. 550 more words

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Run Away From Inferno!

by Logan Myerz

Tom Hanks is one of those actors that never stops working even after being in the business for over thirty years.  He has numerous awards up his sleeve and not to mention two Oscars for films you may have heard of, … 401 more words

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