Cesar Octavio Otero Ahumada Octavio Otero Ahumada itibaren Creixell, Tarragona, İspanya
My parting thought with this book was that it was very Dan Brown-esque. Whether that is to be taken as a compliment or a critique, I will leave to the individual to decide... It was an entertaining page-turner and served it's purpose of providing a distraction while I was reading it everyday at lunch, but it certainly wasn't the best book I've come across. There were plot lines and characters that seemed superfluous and served only to confuse me, however the topic and the pacing were quite interesting. My biggest critique of this book has to be the romance between Daniel and Gaille. Seriously, if I thought a man was my father's lover and was involved in his death & the death of our relationship, it would take quite a lot of relationship building to find myself suddenly in love with the guy myself... She goes from hating him to being in love with him with no hashing out of the problems between them or any significant building of their relationship. It just read as implausible and hastily thrown together for the sake of the belief that we (the readers) can't care about a main character unless they have a love interest.