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Old 11-17-2006, 02:51 AM   #86
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Default Re: Which book do you currently read?

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I read all of the Dan Brown's books. His books were the last fiction literature I read. Overall, I had a great time reading his books. Angles & Demons is his second best book, after Digital Fortress. The DaVinci Code was good, but it's somewhat overrated, though. Reading 700+ pages Deception Point was very tedious experience.
I'm currently reading: REJECTING The Da Vinci Code, ...by a Catholic Committee.

I read Digital Fortress, though, and have to admit that Mr. Brown can tell a story...
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