The Rule of Four

(Thorndike Press Large Print Americana Series)

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A mysterious coded manuscript, a violent Ivy League murder, and the secrets of a Renaissance prince collide in a labyrinth of betrayal, madness, and genius. THE RULE OF FOUR Princeton. Good Friday, 1999. On the eve of graduation, two students are
Gazakas
Wrote 11/18/10
The Rule of Reading
You can find a hundred reviews of this book on the internet. You can read there about the puzzling "Hypnerotomachia" that lies -supposedly- in the heart of its plot. You will be intrigued by the comparisons with Dan Brown, Donna Tart, Scott Fitzgeral...Continua
Not quite like The Da Vinci Code. In Dan Brown's thriller, the puzzles were clearer and it was obvious why people were willing to kill to keep the secret concealed. I went through almost half the book of The Rule of Four before i finally understood w...Continua
Dan Brown doesn't have anything on these uni students
Really enjoyed this fast-paced historical novel on the obsession with discovering the secret of the Hypnerotomachia, an ancient book which has claimed many lives. Four students are embroiled in decades' long academic research and politics. Lots of ba...Continua
"Nothing is lighter than being young with the world on your shoulders; it gives you a feeling of possibility so seductive..." I can see where, given the right audience, this could be a great read for someone...just not me. I've never been a young mal...Continua
Lois
Wrote 2/9/09

Entertaining, but not that brilliant.


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