The Rose Labyrinth
Publish date: 2008
Publisher: HEADLINE REVIEW
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
This is firmly hogging the heels of the Da Vinci Code using some information about Dee and labyrinths and ancient mysteries and heart transplants. Yeah, heart transplants and cellular memory feature, which is a different spin on the story. I found it readable but nothing spectacular.
30 pages in I realized that sometimes, just sometimes, you have to make a decision about what to waste your life with. This book? Not worth my time. The writing is horrendous and it's a clear DaVinci Code piggy-back. Basically: that's enough of this nonsense.Also, I detest leaving books unfinish...
I started this book today and only 15 pages in I'm already dreading the prospect of having to read the whole thing. I don't know if it's actually the book or just that I've already read so much today I can't dive into this one fully. Will try again later, currently trying to read another book to see...
Diana passed away and her family inheritance (which should be by the female line), she gave to her younger son, Will. In his obsession of this mysterious inheritance, Will began to research into their family's history and was killed not far from home.Months later, Alex and Lucy were brought togethe...
This is firmly hogging the heels of the Da Vinci Code using some information about Dee and labyrinths and ancient mysteries and heart transplants.Yeah, heart transplants and cellular memory feature, which is a different spin on the story.I found it readable but nothing spectacular.