Clive James, who recently translated The Divine Comedy, has some damning words for Dan Brown and his Dante-inspired Inferno: Having read The Da Vinci Code with close attention to its sales figures, I have a great belief in Dan Brown’s attractions as a writer. The belief is all the greater because I can’t quite define […]
Publishing Perspectives explains the weird lengths to which a publisher has gone to produce an Italian edition of the new book by the author of the Da Vinci Code on the day of the book's global launch: For nearly two months, 11 people...Show More Summary
If “Inferno” is anything like Dan Brown’s other novels, we can count on two things: crackpot conspiracy theories from the author and breathless hype from his fans in the media. “The Da Vinci Code,” author’s new th...
"The Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown had kept the plot of his new thriller “Inferno” a closely-held secret. In an interview, he finally reveals the book's many mysteries.
Dan Brown's "Inferno," the latest thriller from the author of "The Da Vinci Code," is another globe-trotting, world-saving adventure — and a chance for readers to ponder a new set of mathematical and scientific puzzles. In "The Da Vinci Code," Robert Langdon, the world …
Da Vinci Code author's new novel is arguably 'worst yet', but modern plague tale is already a bestseller First Reaction LAST UPDATED AT 11:16 ON Tue 14 May 2013 DAN BROWN's new novel, Inferno, is "clunky, but clever" and the American...Show More Summary
Booksellers are predicting that "Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown's latest title "Inferno" will become the biggest-selling book of the year, ahead of its release on Tuesday.
Troma is synonymous with crap, albiet some really, really good crap. So how does Troma continue to get big budget remakes of their 80?s classic off the ground? Whomever can break this Da Vinci Code Code gets drinks on me. First came Mother’s Day, which landed A-list director Darren Lynn Bousman, hot off Saw II,... Read More
Before he combined the conspiracy theories of a hundred Geocities sites with the point-and-click puzzle-solving of a dozen CD-ROM games, thus creating literature, The Da Vinci Code’s Dan Brown was a pop singer. Like a clue in one ofShow More Summary
My favorite thing about The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons wasn't the stories, but how author Dan Brown's physical description of his protagonist Robert Langdon exactly matched the way Dan Brown looked in his author photo (down to...Show More Summary
Michael Deacon imagines the Da Vinci Code author’s innermost struggles: The critics said his writing was clumsy, ungrammatical, repetitive and repetitive. They said it was full of unnecessary tautology. They said his prose was swamped in a sea of mixed metaphors. For some reason they found something funny in sentences such as “His eyes went […]
Mega-selling author Dan Brown is stopping by TIME Magazine early Monday morning to talk about his highly anticipated new novel, which goes on sale May 14. It is his fourth book to feature Harvard professor and symbologist Robert Langdon (played Tom Hanks in the Ron Howard-directed The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons). Show More Summary
We're going to assume you've read "Ender's Game." Sure, calling it sci-fi's version of "The Da Vinci Code" would be paying a generous compliment to Dan Brown's writing; in terms of popularity, however, Orson Scott Card's novel of a boy being put through his paces in an elite space commander...
When it was clear that no publisher was willing to sign an unknown money-losing novelist, Brown decided to go for broke in planning The Da Vinci Code. And as we know, the rest is history.
The Da Vinci Code author's latest work is shrouded in mystery. There's a reason for that. News by Christopher Shultz Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown's latest novel Inferno is due out on May 14th, and many fans want to know as many details about the book as possible. Show More Summary
Some of our favorite authors are out with new novels this month, just in time for the beginning of beach season. The Da Vinci Code's Dan Brown is taking on Dante's Inferno, while the author of The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns is back with a book that travels from San Francisco to Kabul. Show More Summary
I heard reports of inmates checking out popular books like The Da Vinci Code, then auctioning off reading rights to fellow inmates. That is from Avi Steinberg’s Running the Books: The Adventures of an Accidental Prison Librarian, which is often annoying, intermittently very interesting.
It appears Pat Robertson got confused watching The Da Vinci Code on cable. While it’s no surprise that the nutty televangelist is still warning about the hazards of same-sex marriage on his 700 Club pulpit, Pat brings more crazy than usual by comparing activists to the Illuminati, adding that both want to destroy God. In a [...]
"The Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown has buried a clue to the plot of his new book "Inferno" in its release date.
IN FILMS, the main purpose of paintings is to be stolen (“The Thomas Crown Affair” and “Trance”) or to unlock a ludicrous conspiracy (“The Da Vinci Code” and “Nightwatching”). But now, art and film are coming together in a different way. Show More Summary