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Javier Sierra
Javier Sierra, whose works have been translated into thirty-five languages, is the author of The Lady in Blue and the New York Times bestseller The Secret Supper. His newest novel is The Lost Angel, a breathtaking thriller that explores mankind's eternal quest to discover the truth of our origins... show more

Javier Sierra, whose works have been translated into thirty-five languages, is the author of The Lady in Blue and the New York Times bestseller The Secret Supper. His newest novel is The Lost Angel, a breathtaking thriller that explores mankind's eternal quest to discover the truth of our origins -and of our destiny.A native of Teruel, Spain, Sierra currently lives in Madrid. Please visit www.javiersierra.com and www.thelostangelbook.com.
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Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 7 years ago
Disclaimer: ARC via Netgalley in exchange for a review. I like looking at art. Mostly, I like playing guess the painting – which is guessing the story the painting is portraying. It can be quite fun. Then again, I also like looking for little details, like the dog doing its busi...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 8 years ago
bookshelves: summer-2010, mystery-thriller, published-2004, translation, art-forms, historical-fiction, italy Read from June 07 to 08, 2010 ** spoiler alert ** Don't think I have ever read a book where da Vinci's 'flying close to the Inquisitional wind' has been so poignantly illustrated. He did...
Constantly Moving the Bookmark
Constantly Moving the Bookmark rated it 11 years ago
Working with the assumption that Da Vinci was a Cathar and thereby a heretic, a papal investigator is sent not only to try to decipher some scribbles found in the famous painting, but to determine the meaning of some aspects of the painting as a whole … there is no meat on the table, the bread is mi...
So Many Books...So Little Time!
So Many Books...So Little Time! rated it 12 years ago
I am so disappointed in this book. It's seemed to have eveything I like in a historical mystery/thriller. About midway through, it just sort of....fizzled out. And I tried, really tried, to finish it. But then the library called and said my books were overdue and I didn't want to renew them again. S...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 12 years ago
Don't think I have ever read a book where da Vinci's 'flying close to the Inquisitional wind' has been so poignantly illustrated. He did fly there intermittently but evaded magnificently.His Last Supper was so very, very unconventional that many thought he must be the devil incarnate. I suppose he w...
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