©2000 Dan Brown; (P)2004 Simon & Schuster, Inc., AUDIOWORKS is an imprint of Simon & Schuster Audio Divison, Simon & Schuster, Inc.
"Brown's tale is laced with twists and shocks that keep the reader wired right up to the last revelation." (Publishers Weekly)
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This was a decent thriller but not nearly good as a Da Vinci Code, which was a real page turner. The plot here was pretty unrealistic - jumping out of a helicopter a mile up and surviving?
I am always a little leary about great books in a Audible form. The narration can enhance or ruin a great story. Brown's book is BRILLIANT and Poe's narration compliments that brilliance wonderfully.
I like nearly every book I listen to during my 2+ hour daily commute. I LOVED the Da Vinci Code. This, on the other hand, was a painful one to hear. The plot dragged on and on and on. There were elaborate descriptions of why characters did what they did, but the "why" wasn't interesting. I should have skipped the last four hours and borrowed someone's book to see the ending.
Please, please, please stop writing books. Your writing is tedious at best and the only reason your books sell as well as they do is because they contain controversial subject matter.
An Irritated non-Catholic
A man of cloth capable of doing such things stretches one's imagination. It has a surprising ending though I already figured it out way before. Our hero here is truly a regular man. His actions are frustratingly mocked with errors. I won't recommend this to people who has respect and love for priests. It will be devastating.
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