Posts Tagged ‘ Dan Brown ’

Want to get robbed? Buy Dan Brown’s Inferno from Google Play!

May 21, 2013
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Want to get robbed? Buy Dan Brown’s Inferno from Google Play!

Whenever we think that the pricing of e-books has finally reached sensible levels (which we think, is lower than that of paperback books), along comes something that proves us thoroughly wrong. Just a few days ago, we had pointed out that the e-book prices of both Dan Brown and David Baldacci’s latest titles (Inferno and…

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The Guardian sums up Inferno in about 600 words…hilariously!

May 21, 2013
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The Guardian sums up Inferno in about 600 words…hilariously!

Love him or hate him, one thing that you cannot afford to do is ignore Dan Brown. The man who topped bestseller charts with The Da Vinci Code has taken a of flak with his latest work, Inferno (which we reviewed here and others reviewed here), but seems as popular as ever with readers, who…

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Review Round Up: Inferno by Dan Brown

May 21, 2013
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It has been exactly a week since Dan Brown released his latest Robert Langdon book, Inferno, and the reviews are almost all in (including our own ). So if you are still wondering whether Dan Brown has pulled off yet another winner with his usual blend of historical fact and thrilling fiction, here are some…

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Like Dan Brown? Then you will love these seven authors!

May 17, 2013
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Like Dan Brown? Then you will love these seven authors!

Dan Brown may have achieved fame – and multimillion copy sales – with his ability to blend ancient and modern conspiracies and puzzles, but he is by no means the only author to have done so. There are have been writers before him who have tried a similar approach, using conspiracy theories, myth and popular…

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Book Review: Not as Infernal as expected

May 17, 2013
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Robert Langdon’s back. Yes, the Harvard University Professor of religious iconology and symbiology, who has a knack of stumbling across ancient mysteries with modern repercussions is with us again. And after tackling the Illuminati, Da Vinci, and the Freemasons, he now takes on a foe who draws inspiration from one of literature’s greatest works, Dante…

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Baldacci’s The Hit, Dan Brown’s Inferno much cheaper in e-book editions!

May 14, 2013
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Baldacci’s The Hit, Dan Brown’s Inferno much cheaper in e-book editions!

“Why do e-books cost as much or more than paper ones?”  is a question that we have had to  face many times. And to which, to be honest, we did not have any clear answer. After all, e-books took lesser in terms of paper costs, logistics and transportation, so why did they cost almost as…

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We have the new Dan Brown, within minutes of its release – without going to a book store

May 13, 2013
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We have the new Dan Brown, within minutes of its release – without going to a book store

We have just got our copy of the new Dan Brown book, Inferno, a few minutes ago. Yes, we know book stores do not open this early in Delhi. But then, you do not really need to go down to a bookstore if you had pre-ordered the book as we had from our Amazon Kindle…

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Three days before his new book, The Telegraph has a dig at Dan Brown

May 10, 2013
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Three days before his new book, The Telegraph has a dig at Dan Brown

Let’s be honest – the next week is going to be Dan Brown week as far as book lovers are concerned. Love him or hate him, what you cannot do is ignore the bestselling author whose last two books have sold by the million across the world. That does not, however, insure him from criticism…

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Five reasons to grab an e-copy of Dan Brown’s new book (rather than a paper one)

April 11, 2013
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Five reasons to grab an e-copy of Dan Brown’s new book (rather than a paper one)

It is set to hit the stands in May, and there is already a considerable amount of Interest in Dan Brown’s  next Robert Langdon thriller, Inferno. Most websites and bookstores are offering pre-order options for book lovers. Our advice, however, is to opt for an e-book edition of Inferno rather than a paper one. Ths…

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Grab an excerpt of the new Dan Brown book for FREE

April 8, 2013
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Grab an excerpt of the new Dan Brown book for FREE

Yes, Robert Langdon is back. The Harvard symbologist made famous by Dan Brown in the bestselling Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol will be seen in the author’s next book, which is set to be released on May 14. The book is called Inferno, and yes, it revolves around the literary masterpiece that has…

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