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Reader93
The DaVinci Code | Dan Brown
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"The connections may be invisible ... but they are always there, buried just beneath the surface"
If there is anyone here who loves a good book series but you dont have to read in order that is historical fiction...this is an amazing series I just finished Dan brown's last book featuring professor Langdon-origin and he is an amazing author that I feel a lot of people don't know about. He talks about events in history but through a whole new light

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GretchenMaune
The Da Vinci code | Dan Brown
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A good book + tea 🍵 = a perfect afternoon

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nidhinb
Angels and Demons | Dan Brown
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NO DOUBT ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS I'VE READ IN MY LIFE.
THE SUSPENSE, THRILL, AND JUST THE WHOLE ATMOSPHERE IS AMAZING.
MUST READ FOR ANY THRILLER LOVER

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Megabooks
The Da Vinci code | Dan Brown
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Admission: I‘ve never read a Dan Brown book. But they seem to be a good choice for #ShadowsandSymbols. Should I try one?

I love this episode, mainly because of the false vision from the Pah Wraiths. I love how Casey Biggs and Avery Brooks played it. It was also a good introduction arc for Ezri.

#StarTrekSummerJune

MrBook They‘re not too bad, lol. 2w
Megabooks @MrBook 😉😁 2w
BarbaraBB I loved this one, but I was never tempted to read another! 2w
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Reggie Read Angels and Demons by him first. I think it‘s better than this one. 2w
Caroline2 Meh!! I thought this book was very predictable and cliche. I haven‘t read the others. 2w
Crazeedi This is the only one I ever read, it was good, but upon reflection and my own growth, I'm not interested is reading more 2w
Texreader I‘ve only read one of his books and was not impressed. To many other better writers in my opinion. Maybe someday I‘ll try a different one since he is so well-liked. 2w
Soubhiville I enjoyed the first couple. Especially Angels and Demons. If you‘re into really fast paced thrillers that pull a lot from art and art history and theology, maybe give it a try. Each novel takes place in a 24 hour time frame. 2w
JamieArc I agree with @Soubhiville I read The Da Vinci Code while in France, so the art, history, and setting aspects I really liked. But when I read more of his (I think it was Digital Fortress or something like that), it felt too formulaic and I got bored. 2w
Kboltz Love them! 2w
Megabooks @BarbaraBB interesting! Maybe I‘ll have to try one. 2w
Megabooks @Reggie Cool! Thanks for the rec! 😎😎 (edited) 2w
Megabooks @Caroline2 Hmmm...I‘ve always been afraid of investing in a long book and not enjoying it. I guess I can bail. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 2w
Megabooks @Crazeedi Makes sense! 2w
Megabooks @Texreader My mom reads them, but she likes mystery/thrillers/popular authors, and I usually don‘t. 2w
Megabooks @Soubhiville I didn‘t know about the 24-hour time frame. That makes it more interesting! 2w
Megabooks @JamieArc Hmmm...some authors do one thing well and sell a lot of books doing it!! 2w
Megabooks @Kboltz 👍🏻👍🏻😁😁 2w
Larkken They fall in a sort of genre subset where the setting is at least as important as the story - sorta like @JamieArc said, I enjoyed the first couple bc Brown's integration of things and places I knew about were cleverly done. 2w
britt_brooke He‘s a guilty pleasure for me, but his writing is pretty mediocre. I love the architecture and symbolism. They‘re usually pretty fast-paced and entertaining (except The Lost Symbol. I didn‘t care for that one). 2w
britt_brooke @Reggie Agree! That‘s his best. 2w
Megabooks @britt_brooke 😁😁 I love guilty pleasures! That‘s reading the occasional middle grade graphic novel for me. 👍🏻👍🏻🧒👦 2w
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KayJaysReads
Target: Alex Cross | James Patterson
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Loved how the tables turned a few times !

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MVD1968
Target: Alex Cross | James Patterson
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This is the book that I'm reading now. Happy reading to everyone.

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Soubhiville
The Traveler: A Novel | John Twelve Hawks
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I came across The Traveler by chance at a used bookstore many years ago, and I haven‘t heard many people talk about it. I thought this series was really cool and inventive with complex characters. A strange sci-fi journey, that‘s also kind of new-age. I think it‘s #underrated. #30JuneBooks
(Book 3- The Golden City, not pictured.)

SenatorMothma Wow this sounds really interesting! 3w
Soubhiville @SenatorMothma I really liked them. 3w
Andrew65 I own The Traveller but have not yet read it, but agree I think your post is the first time I have seen these mentioned. (edited) 3w
wanderinglynn Thanks for sharing. These sound interesting. Stacked! 👍🏻 3w
ruskigurl16 Sounds intriguing. Stacked! 👍📚 3w
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ju.ca.no
The Moses Legacy | Adam Palmer
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Today I‘m at Austria‘s National Library at the Augustiner Reading Room to work on my Thesis. It‘s hard to focus though, my View is just so very pretty😍

batsy Gosh 😍 3w
Tanisha_A 😍😍😍😍😍 3w
Soubhiville Oh wow! 3w
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julesG 😍😍😍 3w
ladym30 Stunning!🥰 3w
Sarah83 Awww 😍😍😍😍😍 3w
Kalalalatja What a room 😍😍 3w
readordierachel Wow 😍😀 3w
LeahBergen Gorgeous! 😮 3w
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