In true Dan Brown form you are lead through what seems an absolute impossible plot with an ending that is totally unpredictable. I loved the book and can't wait to see how the book is portrayed on the big screen. Dan Brown goes to great length with his research and knowledge of the Vatican City. Although parts of the book are beyond a believable plot in real life, I do read to be entertained and this book held my attention for all 18 hours of it. A great book and I highly recommend it.
It took me longer to listen to this book than any I have ever listened to. The book has to much "fluff" in it. By fluff I mean useless information that takes away from the story and leaves you wondering what any of the information had to do with the story. By the time I got to the end it was dissapointing to be so predictable. The author obviously does a lot of research and I must also admit that reader does an exceptional job reading the book, probably the only thing that kept me interested in the book. I would like to hear him read a good book. I simply can't find any reason to recommend this book to anyone. To unbelievable, to much useless information, and it jumps around to much to continue to follow. Bottom line, get a different book.
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