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The world came to know Professor Robert Langdon in Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, even though that was the second book in the series, after the amazing Angels & Demons. Now, after the Professor of symbology, made famous(er) by Tom Hanks, has explored CERN, Da Vinci, the Freemasons, and Dante, they come to face the age-old questions …

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The Song Rising is the third book in a series by Samantha Shannon, which began with The Bone Season and The Mime Order, and is supposed to include seven books to reach its finale. This series has taken an interesting journey to get to where it is, and I feel like with it we have …

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Harry Potter’s birthday, as well as that of author J.K. Rowling, came and went this past Sunday, and with it the release of the newest book in the Harry Potter timeline. We’ve had the 7-part series that has since been turned into movies, as well as a library collection of other books, one of which …

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A Spark Ignites by Michael Lachman (of the fellow blog http://www.michaellachmanwrites.com, and previously of this guest post) is a superhero adventure and a the first step in a journey on Lachman’s writing career. Matt Stone is your standard teenager, facing high school troubles and a typical family life, including an annoying brother. But when Matt …

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I recently read Paper Towns by John Green which is set to come out in theaters this July. I chose this book after watching and reading The Fault In Our Stars and enjoying them both. The story is about a missing girl (Margo Roth Spiegelman) and her friends following clues to try and figure out where …

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I have been a fan of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (Ryanverse) series since I was old enough to read these books. I inherited some of the books from my siblings as hand me downs…until I started collecting the ones I’d missed, as well as the new ones, and now have the full 17-book series, with …

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I have never read anything of Klavan’s in the past, but obviously recognized the name, as some of his previous works have been made into movies, such as True Crime (starring/directed by/produced by Clint Eastwood). MindWar is the first book in what is called “The MindWar Trilogy” and centers around Rick Dial, a former star Quarterback who has …

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