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The Camel Club (Camel Club, #1)
The plot is predictable and there is not too much originality.
Jan 2007
Feb 24, 2008
The Collectors (Camel Club, #2)
Baldacci certainly deserves an extra star of making this story take place in the Library of Congress. Not many stories do that. It is more exiciting t ...more
Jan 2007
Feb 24, 2008
Angels & Demons  (Robert Langdon, #1)
The mystery was certainly suspenseful while the hero followed the clues. However, once the assassin was killed the remaining 100 pages were dull and h ...more
Feb 2008
Mar 28, 2008
The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon, #2)
It was fun, albeit a little far-fetched. I like the idea of knights in shinning armor defending the secret of Jesus' bloodline with Mary Magdalene. Ho ...more
Jan 2006
Jan 09, 2008
Digital Fortress
Like most of Brown's books, this stars an unlikely hero who fortunately dodges multiple dangers that killed many others. For those who have read any o ...more
Apr 2009
Apr 14, 2009
Hangman's Curse (Veritas Project, #1)
Peretti has written some wonderful books; but this is not one of them.

The mystery is exciting and the book is a quick read; but the Christian compone
May 2009
Jun 02, 2009
The Last Templar (Templar, #1)
The book has a similar premises as the Da Vinci Code except there is less emphasis on solving the murders than there is in the philosophical debate. M ...more
May 2009
Jul 06, 2009
The Genesis Secret
A lot has already been written and said about this thrilling book. It has a fascinating premises, fast-action, and gratuitous violence. It is Dan Brow ...more
Sep 2013
Sep 25, 2013
The Bookman’s Tale
Lovett is a talented writer. Each chapter was crisp, clear, and to the point. The story was a little bland; and in some parts it was boring. There are ...more
Jul 2015
Aug 07, 2015
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