La troisième porte
Publish date: March 28th 2013
Publisher: Michel Lafon
Pages no: 348
Edition language: French
Formulaic. Predictable. Still it was fun. Written by a skilled professional thriller writer, the story hums along in a Da Vinci Code/Indiana Jones sort of way. It was a good light read. Light on the history. Light on the tension. Light on the depth of characterization. Even the chapters are ...
This being the first in the Jeremy Logan series, I expected a lot of info dumping which we got but just not in the vein I expected. Jeremy Logan is a self-titled enigmalogist, someone who debunks or confirms bizarre events - ghosts, haunted houses, vengeful spirits etc. Jeremy joins the high tech ...
This book pulled me in with the NDE at the beginning and kept me going along with all the Eqyptology but is somehow didn't put it all together for me. Still a very enjoyable read, and definitely kept the pages turning but it just wasn't heavy enough on one side or the other.
For his latest solo outing, Lincoln Child (author of Terminal Freeze, Deep Storm, and the Pendergast series with frequent co-writer Douglas Preston) shifts the tomb-raiders-battle-ancient-evil story from the clichés of the genre by moving the setting away from the usual sand-swept plains of Egypt. I...
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