WildLifers’ Dan Braman and Jimmy Brown of Mellon Creek Outfitters are in Texas. Join their hunts for turkey and whitetail. Find out what makes Mellon Creek Ranch so special. 110,000 acres of free range paradise in south Texas produces some of the fin...
New blockbuster novel depicts Filipino capital as hellish sewer but citizens think it's more like heaven One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 13:17 ON Fri 24 May 2013 AUTHOR Dan Brown's latest book has not only been savaged for its questionable...Show More Summary
Dan Brown's description of Manila as "the gates of hell" in the American novelist's latest book has not gone down well with officials in the Philippine capital.
Manila officials were probably excited to learn that one of the characters in Dan Brown's latest sure-to-be blockbuster visits the city. That is, until they read the descriptions of the child-sex trade, pollution, and poverty, all of which prompted the character in Inferno to declare, "I've run through the gates...
Dan Brown hounded for calling Manila ‘gates of hell’ via Rickey.org Dan Brown's description of Manila as "the gates of hell" in the American novelist's latest book has not gone down well with officials in the Philippine capital. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
It's official! If you were hoping to cash in that Borders gift card for the latest Dan Brown novel — or at least hoping to get some cash for it — you're too late. A Manhattan federal judge on Wednesday ruled that the bankrupt and defunct...Show More Summary
If you were hoping to cash in that Borders gift card for the latest Dan Brown novel — or at least hoping to get some cash for it — you're too late. A Manhattan federal judge on Wednesday ruled that the bankrupt and defunct book chain owes nothing to the roughly 17.7 million people who hold $210.5 million in unredeemed gift cards. Full story
Dan Brown's been around long enough by now that we should know better than to enter his books expecting graceful prose or a reliable guide to the world; we might as well move on to asking if there's anything he gets right. Jesse Walker...Show More Summary
I see a service in bringing information about this subject to the thriller-reading public. We can learn about new discoveries and science in our thriller plots. But in this case of Dan Brown's scenario, why pin a global pandemic on a legitimate organization? Reality is scary enough.
A thriller incorporating the work of the 14th century poet Dante Alighieri, 18th century philosopher Thomas Malthus and 21st century gene manipulation, the novel puts into perspective differences between Catholic and Jewish visions of hell, and the way our respective histories have shaped our contemporary circumstances.
Mixed metaphors? Check. Excessive details? Check. Nuns?
If you were wondering if ReadWrite had cleaned up its act since Dan Lyons left, fret not: Its Apple coverage is still as vapidly negative as it’s ever been. Derek Brown muses: “The Epic Battle Between Apple & Google Is All But Over—Who...Show More Summary
“‘Google’ is not a synonym for ‘research’,” says novelist Dan Brown. If you want to be a serious writer (and don’t we all?), sooner or later you’re guaranteed to hit a brick wall. To get beyond the brick wall, you are forced to do some … (sound of ominous music) research. Show More Summary
Brett Arends, MarketWatch: You sit here today, $30,000 or $40,000 in debt, as the latest victims of what may well be the biggest conspiracy in U.S. history. It is a conspiracy so big and powerful that Dan Brown won't even touch it. It's a conspiracy so insidious that you will rarely hear its name. Show More Summary
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 […]
The latest Robert Langdon thriller from the bestselling author has a marketing juggernaut, but its protagonist has no personality, no reason to care for him. Some years ago, I was on a book reviewing panel when someone in the audience...Show More Summary
My Hillsdale colleague Steve Smith reads Dan Brown’s Inferno so you don’t have to. He recommends reading Dante’s Inferno instead.
Back in 2000, Dan Brown changed my life. I have a Masters in Theology from the University of Oxford and religion, art history, architecture and spirituality are just some of my obsessions. Up until 2000, I thought that the only option to be a successful author in that arena was to follow in the footsteps [...]