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message 1: by behemothing (last edited Aug 25, 2016 11:04AM) (new)

message 2: by Sarah (last edited Aug 25, 2016 11:13AM) (new)

Sarah Fisher hahahahaha...but wait...what about the ending? that wasn't very action-y.

message 3: by Elizabeth (last edited Aug 25, 2016 11:59AM) (new)

Elizabeth Needless to say, Dan Brown is not a very good writer. I've never read more passive sentences in my life than in this one book, and it's a wonder how you call it action packed. I was bored from reading a five minutes run-on sentence that could have been written much, much better.

message 4: by English (new)

English So funny and so true.

message 5: by M (new)

M wtf

message 6: by Andrew (new)

Andrew Lol

message 7: by Hannah (new)

Hannah Hmmm... I don't really see why 'non-stop action' is so bad. Dan Brown added those moments when Robert Langdon was explaining the concept of the Illuminati, so that was a bit less 'action'. For me, it had enough action, and enough non-action. It was perfect. I guess we all have our own opinions.

message 8: by Ken (new)

Ken Tan behemothing wrote: ""


message 9: by Ken (new)

Ken Tan Maria wrote: "wtf"


message 10: by [deleted user] (new)

what is your problem, seriously? and what is your point? very unhelpful.

message 11: by [deleted user] (new)

Non-stop action is better than having no action at all.

message 12: by Joey (new)

Joey I love that strangers are angry.

message 13: by Charlotte (new)

Charlotte hahahahahahahahahahah

message 14: by Estott (new)

Estott The book has bursts of action surrounded by masses of blather.

message 15: by Max (new)

Max Jonsson No.

message 16: by Navnette Luoyi (new)

Navnette Luoyi that most useful

message 17: by Joey (new)

Joey I still love that strangers are angry.

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