Publish date: May 8th 2007
Publisher: Spiegel & Grau
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Book Club
, Historical Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
I greatly enjoyed this book. I honestly did not expect much, when I first began reading it, but it sucked me in very slowly, delicately, like spider silk weaving around me and cocooning me in the story.The writing style took a while to get used to, but overall that is the only complaint I have about...
Well, this was an interesting idea. I listened to it and the reader was pretty good; I enjoyed her, actually. But the story was a letdown. I started losing interest maybe 2/3 of the way through? I liked the idea of the 17th century leaking into this century and deaths being mirrored. I liked the ide...
OMG..this book dragged on and on..premise for the book was good..writing, not so much! I really felt the author could have done a better job in describing the events and sucking the readers in.
I wish i could give a serious review of this book....alas! i cannot5 Stars for the Story Premise....Isaac Newton's career at Cambridge University....as a Mathematician & an Alchemist....such Potential!2 Stars for the actual delivery...i disliked the Narrator/Narrative Device...bloodless/soulless to ...
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