The Eight (E–pub New) Æ Katherine Neville


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    READ The Eight The Eight (E–pub New) Æ Katherine Neville DOWNLOAD Ì E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ä Katherine Neville Katherine Neville The Eight Ballantine 1988This novel has achieved almost cult status in some circles and many people consider it on

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    The Eight (E–pub New) Æ Katherine Neville Katherine Neville Ä 9 SUMMARY FLASH Definition of the word thriller changes Now the word thriller can be deemed to include slow moving overly convoluted stories that wander from point to point with little actual plot development or indeed plot involvmentYes we have another story here in the vein of The Da Vinci Code I have been informed that this book was written in '88 I had originally said it was apparently inspired by said Da Vinci Code My error That said i

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    READ The Eight Katherine Neville Ä 9 SUMMARY DOWNLOAD Ì E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ä Katherine Neville The two recent books that most closely resemble The Eight are The Da Vinci Code and Kate Mosse's The Labyrinth but I found The Eight a enjoyable read than either of them The novel is utterly audacious in its abuse

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    The Eight (E–pub New) Æ Katherine Neville DOWNLOAD Ì E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ä Katherine Neville READ The Eight The Eight reads like a student attempting to wow her professor by using as many similies as she can irony intended I think Neville chose the name The Eight because there are roughly eight sentences per chapter that don't contain a forced awkward similieAt least that was true for the first 90% of the novel which was almost Dickensien in its detail For the last 10% it is writen like a short story with months of t

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    DOWNLOAD Ì E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ä Katherine Neville The Eight (E–pub New) Æ Katherine Neville Katherine Neville Ä 9 SUMMARY The Eight ExKathleen NevilleThe Montglane Service an ornate jeweled chess set given to Charlemagne by the Moors is said to hold a code

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Katherine Neville Ä 9 SUMMARY SUMMARY á The Eight Tiue dealer asks her to search for pieces to a valuable chess set that has been missing for yearsIn the South of France in 1790 two. FLASH Definition of the word thriller changes Now the word thriller can be deemed to include slow moving overly convoluted stories that wander from point to point with little actual plot development or indeed plot involvmentYes we have another story here in the vein of The Da Vinci Code I have been informed that this book was written in 88 I had originally said it was apparently inspired by said Da Vinci Code My error That said it doesn t make the book any better Taking place in both the past and the future with countless number based clues cues and proofs That s right the number8 FIGURES HEAVILY in the story duhduhduhBeginning back in the time of Charlemagne or does it go further back our story revolves around an ornate chess set that is imbued or possibly endowed with some great and possibly evil powerSoa cunning abbess In order to break up the threat sends off some nuns each of them carrying a single piece of the chess set well except she also sends two novices off who haven t taken their vows yet They go to the big city and become nude models an interesting career choice you know for would be nunsAnyway we are also tracking things in the present as powers seek to find said chess setSo with all this plots counter plots conspiracies going on how can this be one of the most boring slow moving stultifying books I ve picked up in weeks I don t know But it managesCan t recommend this one

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Katherine Neville Ä 9 SUMMARY SUMMARY á The Eight Convent girls hide valuable pieces of a chess set all over the world because the game that can be played with them is too powerful. The Eight reads like a student attempting to wow her professor by using as many similies as she can irony intended I think Neville chose the name The Eight because there are roughly eight sentences per chapter that don t contain a forced awkward similieAt least that was true for the first 90% of the novel which was almost Dickensien in its detail For the last 10% it is writen like a short story with months of time being skiped and important climactic scenes being rushed into one or two pages Neither pacing was appropriate and the juxstaposition of the two was jarringToo many characters and clumsy pointless chess metaphors riddled the narrative It took me months to finish this book I m really not sure why I kept reading it I suppose the much hyped secret that would be revealed at the end kept me going an ending that ultimately failed to satisfy as it has been done before

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Katherine Neville Ä 9 SUMMARY SUMMARY á The Eight Computer expert Cat Velis is heading for a job to Algeria Before she goes a mysterious fortune teller warns her of danger and an an. Three weeks ago I held a yard sale To pass the time I picked up this book I d never seen from a box of books none of which I d ever read and none of which I remember buyingOf the many surreal happenings of that day one of the most strange was when immediately after reading the first page a well groomed homeless man or a poorly groomed homed man rode past on a bike He looked over and upon seeing The Eight lurched off his bike stumbled to my gate and grasping it with all the force and desperation of a kindergartener being left by mommy bellowed That book Man That book man is the biggest fucking mind trip it s the best book you ll ever read That woman the author used to be an executive at Bank of America until those Southern fuckers came in and they fired EVERY woman in the company God damn mother fuckers But man she s beautiful too man like a triple threat And let tell you something and here he became uiet and conspiratorial it ll never NEVER be made into a movie I won t tell you why 23 into the book BAM he yelled it s a fucking bomb on your brain She just fucking drops that bomb on your brain and it ll NEVER be a fucking movieHow could I do anything but read this book after such an endorsementIt s pretty typical of the genre A collection of mostly tropes the mysterious and reclusive genius somehow at the heart of the mystery the one no one including his co commiserators can trust has a hidden agenda that has to do directly with the heroine No way After he takes a personal interest in her we find out he s tall handsome devilishly charismatic seductive and wait can t be completely trusted Didn t see that one coming including the drunken socialite the clueless petty bourgeoisie the uirky but lovable math computer whiz the evil and menacing foreign intelligence agent the surprisingly Western and enlightened foreign man incredibly open and the revelation that the Other is actually welcoming than Weto name a few Anyway this collection are interwoven into a story that touches on Charlemagne OPEC Chess the French Revolution and the rise of Napoleon among other things and which is mostly entertaining if much too longThe double narrative serves an obvious purpose but makes the book cumbersome and unnecessarily obtuse When one story line enthralls Neville switches to the other forcing the reader to reinvest a tiring exercise It s an unfortunate thing really because both narratives on their own are interesting and could have been fun if forgettable adventure books on their own Should have been Very much should have been23 of the way through the heroines of both narratives go to Algeria and meet tall dark handsome and capable men who save them from vile agents of the bad guys There s also an Erich Von Daniken moment which is probably what the lurcher was talking about It was a mind bomb about as much as the turn in the new Indiana Jones movieI am ambivalent about this book I d be enthusiastic if it had been about one story or even one so than the other

  • Paperback
  • 598
  • The Eight
  • Katherine Neville
  • English
  • 01 January 2019
  • 9780345366238