The Rule of Four
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 28th 2005
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
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This is gonna be easy: Bollocks.Long-winded, convoluted, meandering, unnecessary, “me-too” bollocks at that. I can only surmise that the people quoted at length on the back cover, who really ought to know better, have been blinded by the dazzling array of ancient scholars poets and painters mentione...
An interesting melange of The Secret History, Da Vinci Code and The Name of the Rose. A book contains secrets, some college students are studying it, crooked college politics and murder affect events.
Four stars after all those status updates! But even though I didn't like the narrator, or his philosophy, the other characters had some interesting stuff going on behind the scenes and the plot was just insane enough to be fun, especially for the more literary style of the writing. Went with the sub...
I bought this book after reading the rave reviews that it recieved and I was disappointed. One review compared it in part to Donna Tartt's The Secret History whilst another compared it to Umberto Eco's The Name of the Rose which led me to wonder if these critics had even read these books. This book...
I gave up halfway through and never went back.
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