I'm not so sure of that. This book was very easy to follow, AND to predict. The story is actually pretty formulized(?) , with few twists or surprises. It was, however, easy to follow and easy to become immersed in.
Above comment should answer this question.
Eluding the pursuers in the Boboli Gardens
No, not at all!!
I hope Brown's next book contains a reunion of the women who he leaves along the trail, hopefully helping him figure out an impossible situation. How have they all moved on?
The only thing slower and more drawn out than the narrator's drawl was the plot! It seems as though Mr. Burke is more interested in displaying an impressive vocabulary rather than providing a cohesive, interesting story. Not only was the "denouement"(used at a rather confusing point in the story) long overdue, it was so predictable that I had to laugh out loud when the character used the term in his ponderous, windy fashion. I have to admit that I only continued listening because I spent $14.95 on it! Silly me!
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