December’s Featured Book by Dan Brown – Buy Origin Here

Buy Origin because…

Buy Origin to continue Robert Langdon’s story. As most Dan Brown readers know, Langdon is a Harvard professor of religious iconology and symbology, whose story began in Angels & Demons, continued and grew more popular with The Da Vinci Code, The Lost Symbol, and last we read about Langdon was in Inferno. Although movie-goers would likely swear The Da Vinci Code came first, it didn’t in the order of books. However, I strongly believe it makes no difference which you read first as far as the first two books and it’s not really essential to have read any before reading another, though I think after the first two you are expected to know some of Langdon’s background despite the author’s reminders.

The Guggenheim Museum from Origin, a Novel

Buy Origin to discover what happens after Langdon’s arrival at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. What is the significant announcement that will set the story in motion? Is it the revelation of a discovery, which “will change the face of science forever?”

Their host is a 40-year-old billionaire, Edmond Kirsch, whose brilliant high-tech inventions are only surpassed by his audacious predictions. The combination of wealth, brilliance, and daring have catapulted him to global preeminence and renown. Kirsch was Langdon’s student twenty years earlier at Harvard and will reveal a startling breakthrough in science. One which could answer two of the basic questions of man’s existence. Hence the title, Origin.

As events unfold, Langdon and a few hundred guests are captivated by a presentation that is perfectly original, and one which Langdon soon realizes could be much more controversial than many could ever imagine. However, the precisely planned evening suddenly turns chaotic, causing Langdon and Ambra Vidal, the lovely museum director, to flee Bilbao toward Barcelona in search of a password, which could unlock the Kirsch secret, which teeters on the threshold of being permanently lost.

Buy Origin to Find the Answers!

Maneuvering through dark passageways of history and religion long hidden, Vidal and Langdon must elude an irritated enemy that seems to know too much and may emanate from the Royal Palace of Spain itself. Will royalty stop at nothing to silence what they believe is heresy? Can Edmond Kirsch be silenced? What clues will Langdon uncover in his search through enigmatic symbols? Will those clues lead him to the discovery that Kirsch has already made? Which long-hidden truths will he discover? Will we finally come face-to-face with the Origin of man?
Buy Origin Now!

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Featured Book Recommendation: The Rooster Bar

In this featured book recommendation, I am promoting the latest work by John Grisham, The Rooster Bar.
My October Featured Book, The Rooster Bar
I just thought I would share with you the most appropriate quote I have ever read about John Grisham, which is also a critique of The Rooster Bar from the Philadelphia Inquirer, “Grisham is a marvelous storyteller who works readers the way a good lawyer works a jury!” Or the New York Times, “John Grisham is about as good a storyteller as we’ve got in the United States these days.” As quoted from, The Library of Science review.

If you enjoy courtroom drama as I do, you know there is no one better than John Grisham at spinning courtroom thrillers than him. If you have another choice, please feel free to tell all of us in the comment section. I am always looking for new talent, new books on the subject. I also like to read Scott Pratt, Stephen Penner, John Ellsworth, and Sheldon Siegel. Although they have not perfected their craft as well as John Grisham, it is a pleasure to read their crime drama stories.
This has been a very good year for Grisham fans, after The Whistler, Grisham gave us Camino Island, a rousing tale about a daring heist of original manuscripts from the Princeton Firestone Library. The story of the robbery is quite exciting, but the real story is about the little-known, black-market dealer in antique books and manuscripts, Bruce Cable, who owns a small bookstore on Camino Island in the small resort town of Santa Rosa. Mercer Mann, a novelist who has a bad case of writer’s block and recently laid off from her teaching job, goes undercover to discover just what Bruce Cable is really selling.
In The Rooster Bar, Grisham unleashes three law school student on the student loan industry. They discover a scam set up by an edge-fund operator who also owns a bank that specializes in student loans. They initiate an investigation into the scam. You’ll need to buy the book to read the rest of the story. The good news is, you can buy it right here.