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I loved it. It took a long time to get into it though. Tashmere Send a noteboard - 07/06/2011 06:15:40 AM
I wasn't hooked until I hit around page 220 or so. There were parts I slogged through. Most around the start. I loved the Waterloo section and oddly found the sewer section very interesting. The last part totally pulled me in and I remember being awed at the last pages.

I will admit that he really could have used a good, firm editor.

Unfortunately, I read The Davinchi Code right after I read Les Miserables and it didn't stand a chance in comparison, so I never understood the people jumping on the Dan Brown bandwagon and they couldn't understand why I wasn't blown away by his book.
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