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October 23, 2013

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Karen

LOL - I feel the same way about some - some books start out good and then about 1/3 of the way through I'm done with it and wondering what happened to the plot - sometimes the writing seems to go really down hill by then. I don't care for Dan Brown novels either. I like the Mitch Rapp book - isn't Vince Flynn the author that died this year? there is one that I read that did and I can't remember now if it was him or someone else.

Kaypaul

I thought I was the only person in the world who didn't like Dan Brown's books. Glad to know I'm not alone! Will have to try Vince Flynn.

Jeanne in Ohio

I agree with you about Dan Brown. I think he's a great storyteller and a mediocre writer. Brad Thor's books have improved greatly since Lions of Lucerne. I've read them all and really like him. My only complaint is that all the men are handsome hunks and the women are all gorgeous -- the eternal cliche!

Jean S.

The plot has to have at least a modicum of reality to it. When authors get ridiculous, it's time to move on. Thanks for the review Vicki.

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