One of the best books I ever read (listenend to). Yvonne Woon is at the same level as Kate Mosse with her "Sepulchure" and Katherine Neville. It is a fascinating story with surprising end. For the peace of my own mind, I am now going to find out if there is a 7th meditation by René Descartes (His meditations exist).
Just listen to this book you won't regret it.
No, again more of the same, Langdon and Partner chased and in mortal danger, meanwhile exchanging knowledge and showing touristic and other details.
I already didn't finish The Lost symbol. No more Dan Brown.
Nothing new on the Divina Comedia, maybe some interesting details on the City of Florence
Dan Brown should change his style. Real people don't speak nor act like his characters in this book. Digital Fortress was much better.
Very poor course on the Byzantine Empire (more or less a survey). Additionally, the Prof"s narration is irritantly hesitating as if he never knows for sure what he is going to say. A waste of money.
I read "The magic Circle" and it certainly is a FIVE STAR book. But abridging Neville's books is impossible. Looking forward for an unabridged version of this audio-book.
During the first hour of listening I had three stars in mind, but the story gets better and better.I gave five stars.
Didn't see any provoking language.
I enjoyed the movie very much.But the book was a big disappointment. After more than 3.5 hours listening to this British nonsense I still didn't find any connection to the movie, not even the name of the hero. I stopped reading. I was already looking forward to "Funeral in Berlin", but I will pass for this purchase.
This is my first Daniel Easterman book and I found it excellent.Good story on a very real background.
Although I am a fan of Nelson DeMille, I didn't finish this one. Too slow, too much patriottisme against a bad KGB.It reminds me of the story behind Rambo and some Chuck Norris movies. Sorry Nelson.
As always, Scott Brick does a good job.
Could hardly stop reading. Good plot, lots of suspense many unexpected twists, sometimes funny.
Ride makes a good connection between quantum physics, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the pyramids and Stonehenge. People who liked reading Steve Berry, Kate Mosse and Lincoln Child, will enjoy this book. It's no waste of money.
As a non Jew interested in history and especially the history of the Middle East, I have only one word for this work: magisterial!
Maybe the sound quality is not the best, but this is abundantly compensated by the objective content of this masterpiece.
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