The Telegraph charts Brown’s biggest crimes against the language — and should be lauded for restricting itself to just 20 lines. Wondrous: “Overhanging her precarious body was a jaundiced face whose skin resembled a sheet of parchment paper punctured by two emotionless eyes.”
Dan Brown’s follow-up to The Da Vinci Code has finally been announced. It will feature our old friend, the affable Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon, and it is to be called The Lost Symbol. Rumor has it that it’s about a mysterious cult that’s super into obscure symbols. As with Brown’s other books, The Lost Symbol was collaboratively written by a Freshman ESL class and edited by a semi-literate conspiracy nut with a talent for Wikipedia-based research. It’s currently available for preorder on Amazon.
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