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Digital Fortress by

I’ve read a few of Dan Brown’s books now, after enjoying The Da Vinci Code and they’ve been something of a disappointment. The Da Vinci Code is the pinnacle of his book series, which started with Digital Fortress. That this is his first work shows. While the ideas aren’t bad, some of the information is – Read the rest of this review

Next by

I’ve read a number of Crichton’s books, generally I like his mixture of fact and fiction and especially the research he does into complex topics. I also enjoy his bent on scientific/technological topics. I picked up Next some time ago when I saw it on offer somewhere but have only recently got around to reading – Read the rest of this review

Angels and Demons by

I was heading out the Cannes Film Festival and I wanted to take a book with me, as the festival was opening with The Da Vinci Code and I had a copy of the Angels and Demons in my ‘too read’ pile, I thought it was an appropriate choice. Although Brown is best known for – Read the rest of this review

Scimitar SL-2 by

Shortly before commencing this book I read an article which stated that if you ever found yourself reading a book you didn’t like, you should stop and get rid of it, time is too short and there are too many good books to bother reading bad ones. I don’t think I’ve ever not finished a – Read the rest of this review