Having heard many an interview on Coast to Coast AM it feels like he is writing what he thinks he is actually experiencing a lot of the time, for example in an interview this year he talks about passing into parallel Worlds whilst driving and later a book with the same idea is released. I wonder if he actually lives inside his stories or his stories are based on what he believes he is experiencing. Either way this is a dreadful book that jumps around too much to make any sense, The Grays is a far better.
Dreadful follow up. I lost count of how many times Brown had to reference DaVinci Code and Angels & Demons to remind us of his other books.
Started slow, continued slower and ended without observation. If that was not enough the chapters continued for no reason other than to try and convince us as to what the story was about. Even worse in this one Brown decides to quote all the popular thinkers and theory makers, he must of spent a long time listening to a lot of George Noory's guest list on Coast to Coast AM in an attempt to string the conspiracies and myths together. I hope Lynne McTaggart gets a share of the sales profit since he sure spent a while quoting her work!
This I guess is what happens when you start to believe your publisher's hype and forget to write a story between the covers.
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