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1.0 out of 5 stars
Please don't waste your time, 1 Oct 2007
If you have brought this book please donate it to your local charity shop and stop yourself from wasting time.
I had seen a couple of average reviews on this book, and after finding at a second hand book shop I decided to give it a go.
I can only think the reason this ever got published was to add to the evergrowing "divinchi code" books. Sadly this even mentions Dan Brown in the novel which won't encourage him to give up his writing.
Kuzneski's book is very predictable, you know after a few chapters that the writing is not going to improve and you know who the bad guy is.
Unfortunately the 2-D characters and the predictable plot are not the worst. Kuzneski perhaps realises that he needs something more to keep people interested and the way he has done this is perhaps the most annoying thing about this book.
After every chapter, and sometimes after only a few paragraphs Kuzneski feels the need to put in a plot hook. Yes, I have already guessed that 'not everyone will be coming back down the mountain', in fact I've already worked out the whole plot so stop throwing one-liners to try and keep me interested.
The only reason I read to the end was to ensure the £1 I paid for the book was almost worth it