Publish date: June 2nd 2006
Publisher: Jean-Claude Lattès
Pages no: 592
Edition language: French
, Historical Fiction
Series: Languedoc (#1)
I have long been fascinated with the history of medieval France, bloody though it was. This book, the first in a trilogy, in particular, as it deals with the legendary holy grail and of the mystery surrounding it. The storyline interweaves a modern-day archaeological dig with flashbacks to the 13th ...
9/2 - I enjoyed this book, as I knew I would after reading the blurb. The plot immediately jumped out at me from the airport bookstore (called Coles, in Calgary) shelf. Ancient mysteries somehow connect across 800 years, to people living in current times. This idea really excited me and so I boug...
This reads far too much like a The Da Vinci Code wannabe, dealing with a Grail Quest set in France and involving a Secret Society and a gal threatened by a thuggish cult. This gets one star more than Dan Brown's book because it's better written and more historically accurate--or given I'm no expert,...
I have so much to say about this book, and yet no patience to say it all.(warning: there's going to be a lot of cussing in this. yeah i know i always have a lot of cussing but there's probably gonna be more than usual in here.)(i also apologise for any incoherency i am cold as shit right now and my ...
Labyrinth by Kate Mosse is the first book in the Languedoc trilogy. The novel is an archaeological mystery novel, featuring dual-time and story-lines. This is a reread, as it was previously read back in 2007. Read my full and more in depth review at my blog, V for Vilde.Labyrinth is engrossing novel...
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