Hahah! a bit of humor is always good! But reading 30 pages of a book and making conclusion is a bit childish... And if you didn't understand what i meant in my post above that explains why you didn't complete the reading of the book...
"reading 30 pages of a book and making conclusion is a bit childish..."
Book publishers don't even read that many pages and make conclusions. I'm surprised the poster stuck it out that long.
posted on 05/17/2006 11:52:55 AM PDT
The quality of Dan Brown's writing (much like your own) was extremely juvenile. For example, he would label the emotions a character was experiencing, rather than describing his actions in a manner that would reveal his emotions to the discerning reader.
"Robert was very scared." might make for an interesting sentence in a novel intended for third graders or those for whom English is a second language, but for an adult with an intellect that matches his age, it's a big bore. It's cartoonish without the fun of an anvil landing on somebody's head.
There are millions of people who are entertained by this literary junk food. Those people are not very bright. They cry while watching Oprah. They think Celine Dion could sing opera. They ask the museum curator where the Thomas Kincaids are hanging.
posted on 05/17/2006 11:59:02 AM PDT
(I've got my eye out for Mullah Omar.)
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