Sunday, February 28, 2010

ROBERT LANGDON: A LOVE STORY

I have no idea how I reached Maureen Johnson's blog, but I did and I am so HAPPY I did. The title of the post on her blog intrigued me..


I had to read it... and if you have read The Lost Symbol or any of Dan Brown's books, you ought to read it. I assure you, you will laugh your heart out on this one! I totally LOVED this post of hers.
A beloafered jerk in a Mickey Mouse watch whose only known routine is his daily swim and subsequent hand-grinding of coffee beans . . . Robert Langdon would like nothing more than to be left alone to study weird puzzles and dead languages and teach the surprisingly dimwitted and slavishly devoted students he openly despises. But sadly, his phone always rings, and he must do whatever the voice on the other end tells him.
I know now why everyone loved her books, I need to get a copy of one of her books soon! I am so infatuated with her writing!

Missing the hint entirely, he delivers the great truth of the novel. “You know I didn’t do anything, right?” he says.
Hahaaa... you got to read it girls, I really really really mean it!


"It isn't the big pleasures that count the most; it's making a great deal out of the little ones."— Jean Webster

4 comments:

Shweta said...

Maureen Johnson has a freaking great sense of humor . U should check out her tweets :) They are hilarious.

I would suggest Girl At Sea or 13 Little Blue Envelopes :)Both are good

Violet said...

That sounds really fun, I wish I had read the Lost Symbol, darnit

Suko said...

Veens, I have not read any of Dan Brown's work. I was encouraged to read The Da Vinci Code, but I never did (although I did see the movie). I did, though, read Maureen Johnson's humorous post, although it really does seem to depend on a knowledge of The Lost Symbol.

nishitak said...

there is an award coming up for you on my blog :)

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