Just finished Dan Brown\’s \”Inferno\”.
I\’ll read any of the Robert Langdon novels because he\’s an art historian and romps around all those places that I do when I travel to Europe.
This one starts out in Florence, then moves on to Venice, then ends in Istanbul. If you liked any of his other books, you\’ll like this one too!
I love books that have a sense of place – and boy oh boy does “Antarctica” have that in spades. The action doesn’t really start until page 260, as the beginning of the book is setting up the scene, meeting the characters, and talking about landscape. Once the action starts, it becomes more interesting as a novel.
Kim Stanley Robinson (yes,…[Read more]
I just finished reading \”Galileo\’s Dream\”. A cross between an historical fiction and a sci-fi novel. A lot of real Renaissance history associated with Galileo along with time and space travel to Jupiter\’s first four moons. A bit long, but a good read!