Voice of the Gods

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Unable to avoid being drawn into the terrible conflict, Auraya, now protector of the Siyee, fears she will be unable to meet the conditions of the all-powerful gods she once served. And an offer from a mysterious woman may be impossible for Auraya
Ha scritto il 07/05/10
Sometimes far too slow, sometimes too repetitive. I enjoyed and loved the first book, "The Shakespeare Secret", as much as I longed for "The Shakespeare Curse" to come to an end.Idea could be intriguing, but the way facts and twists have been ...Continua
Ha scritto il 09/02/10
An interesting mystery novel on the traces of "The Da Vinci Code", with less hype and about the same writing style - decent but not amazing. And less of a page-turner, too. Still, a very entertaining read.
Ha scritto il 29/12/09
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Tied to the story, twist after twist
The idea is brilliant: an investigation not only on *what* has gone lost of Shapespeares's work but also on *who* he really was.A simple jewel leads Kate, an Howard intelligent disciple, to a long trip all around the world, from the superb lights of ...Continua
Ha scritto il 05/07/09
My thoughts
This was a very good literary thriller set in London, Harvard and the American southwest. I liked the mix of literary clues set in archives and libraries.
Ha scritto il 07/03/08
A clever book that I preferred to the Da Vinci Code, although that may be my interest in Shakespeare.It was one of those books that kept you suspended throughout with the twists regarding the killer, the plays and the identity of Shakespeare ...Continua

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