I need that pyramid and capstone... and I'm running out of time.
Sato arrived at First Street just as a black Escalade SUV with dark windows raved across the double yellow and skidded to a top in front of her at ther rendezvous point. A lone agent got out.
"Any word yet on Langdon?" Sato demanded.
"Confidence is high," the man said, emotionless.Before starting with this book, I searched goodreads.com and was wondering why it got only an average of 3.5 rating. But after reading several pages, it seemed to me that there might be a reason why.
My first reaction was that it started in almost the same way as with the Da Vinci Code. I nearly lost interest because of the similarity. But I tried to go on and see more.
The next thing is that those lengthy information on backgrounds of certain things bored me. I know that sometimes some information are needed to fill in the gap, but then, sometimes it's way too long that I started to lose grip of the story.
I hope things change somewhere in the middle... or sooner.