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Books Similar to Ones I Like? (1 Viewer)



Well, it's finally summer for me, and I'm looking for some good fiction so I can kick back and have a good read. I really love those intellectual thriller novels, such as Umberto Eco's Name of the Rose, Katherine Neville's The Eight, The Rule of Four, and Iain Pears' An Instance of the Fingerpost. Does anyone with similar tastes have any good recs?


You would probably like Umberto Eco's other popular book, Foucault's Pendulum. Read about it here:

Dan Brown writes books like these, but they aren't particularly well-written or anything. Most people say Angels and Demons is his best book, though The Da Vinci Code is his most popular, and I agree with them.[/url]