Tag Archive for ‘Dan Brown’

Enjoying Some Early-Autumn Kettle Corn

I ragged on Dan Brown a bit in my last mention of The Lost Symbol. After reading it, I’d like to give him props for attempting to do something extremely difficult: seek out the universal truths demonstrated within six millennia of human history and distill them into a pop-fiction adventure. I get the sense that he buys into the idea that there are absolute truths out there and that he […]

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The Secret Teachings of Airports

I’m going to Savannah, Georgia tomorrow with my sissy! We’ll be staying in a carriage house and eating lots of fried food beneath live oaks dripping with Spanish moss. In honor of the occasion, I picked up Dan Brown’s latest excretion, “The Lost Symbol”, which was released today. Why Dan Brown, do you ask? Picture me reading “The Lost Symbol” in beautiful historic Savannah: Now picture the reality: me reading […]

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