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Don't Diss The Renowned Dan Brown

Every once in a while you come across a bit of writing so brilliant, you cannot help but pay homage.

My friend Larry D. pointed me to this brilliant bit of satirical critique of the insufferable and anti-Catholic Dan Brown. Dan has a new book coming out. Now while some critics diss the ridiculous writing of Brown, Michael Deacon of the Telegraph is having none of it.

I haven't laughed this loud while reading in a while.

Renowned author Dan Brown woke up in his luxurious four-poster bed in his expensive $10 million house – and immediately he felt angry. Most people would have thought that the 48-year-old man had no reason to be angry. After all, the famous writer had a new book coming out. But that was the problem. A new book meant an inevitable attack on the rich novelist by the wealthy wordsmith’s fiercest foes. The critics.

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LarryD said...

Thanks for the mention, Pat.

That was one of the funniest things I've read in quite some time.

Paul said...

I've never read a Dan Brown book, but I have heard about his bad prose. The article was hilarious!

archaicsteam said...

I read Inferno. If I would had a book copy instead of an ebook, I would have throw it at the wall.

Just a bunch of overpopulation clap-trap with a good size of cliched anti-Catholic rhetoric.

BurgoFitzgerald said...

That was BRILLIANT! Thank you so much!

Sherry Antonetti said...

It almost made me want to read Dan Brown for the comedic element...except I would not wish to tarnish the purity of his life by soiling it with evil money.

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