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ME Whelan says
I've chucked a lot of books after reading the first few chapters. I think nearly every Golden Eagle Publication met that fate. Simply put, if the book defies the rules of logic, good taste, or readability, it's not worth reading.
The thing that gets me about this book is that the author "non-fiction research" book the story was based on, wanted to sue Dan Brown for stealing his idea.I don't think I ever heard of anything like that.
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Seth Tomko says
I've had that experience. I've read books people claimed were the greatest, but came away disappointed because I couldn't relate or empathize with it. I Ballard's book Crash comes to mind.
My wife wants me to read that book. Right now, it's collecting dust. Then again, I saw 50 Shades, the musical. So I don't know if I read it with a straight face.
Tell your wife that there are lots of erotic romance that is worth of reading but not this one book. From my point of view it is a collection of cliche.
I think that musical is quite enough for you))
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John Hansen says
I never read Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, but I saw parts of the film version and turned it off. It was bad. Real bad.