The Rule of Four ePub download
by Ian Caldwell
- ISBN: 0440241359
- ISBN13: 978-0440241355
- ePub: 1790 kb | FB2: 1512 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Action & Adventure
- Publisher: Dell; Reprint edition (June 28, 2005)
- Rating: 4.3/5
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The Rule of Four is a novel written by the American authors Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason, and published in 2004.
The Rule of Four is a novel written by the American authors Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason, and published in 2004. Caldwell, a Princeton University graduate, and Thomason, a Harvard College graduate, are childhood friends who wrote the book after their graduations. The Rule of Four reached the top of the New York Times Bestseller list, where it remained for more than six months.
Ian Caldwell is the author of a forthcoming novel set inside the Vatican. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa in European history from Princeton University, and lives near Washington, . with his wife and three sons. Dustin Thomason is also the author of 1. 1. But, after a couple hundred pages, this reader's interest began to wane, and I began to wish there were a global conspiracy, or more action, or hidden identities. Sort of like- Well, you know.
The Rule of Four book. Comparing Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason to Fitzgerald? Blasphemy
The Rule of Four book. Comparing Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason to Fitzgerald? Blasphemy. As for comparing them to Dan Brown, they're not even the poor man's Dan Brown - more like the homeless man's, if that. I haven't read Umberto Eco, A Mr. Nelson DeMille writes on the back of this book that, "If Scott Fitzgerald, Umberto Eco, and Dan Brown teamed up to write a novel, the result would be The Rule of Four. words fail me. F. Scott Fitzgerald must be spinning in his grave right now.
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A tale of timeless intrigue, dazzling scholarship, and great imaginative power, The Rule of Four is the story of a young man divided between the future’s promise and the past’s allure, guided only by friendship and love.
Authors: Ian Caldwell, Dustin Thomason. Publisher: The Dial Press, New York, 2004. A tale of timeless intrigue, dazzling scholarship, and great imaginative power, The Rule of Four is the story of a young man divided between the future’s promise and the past’s allure, guided only by friendship and love. Suspenseful, passionate, and wise, it is certain to propel Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason to the forefront of contemporary fiction. He graduated from Harvard College and received his . from Columbia University. Thomason has written and produced several television series, including Lie to Me. He lives in Venice Beach, California. The two have been best friends since they were eight years old. Bókfræðilegar upplýsingar.
Ian Caldwell is an American novelist who co-authored the 2004 novel The Rule of Four. His second book, The Fifth Gospel, was published in 2015. He was born in Virginia where he met his future writing collaborator, Dustin Thomason. Caldwell was a Phi Beta Kappa at Princeton University where he graduated in 1998 with a degree in history. After college, while working with Thomason on their first novel, Caldwell worked at MicroStrategy in Tyson Corner and taught test preparation for Kaplan
The Rule of Four Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason. The Hypnerotomachia Poliphili is one of the most treasured and least understood books of early Western printing. Fewer copies of it survive today than do copies of the Gutenberg Bible.
The Rule of Four Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason. Scholars continue to debate the identity and intent of the Hypnerotomachia's mysterious author, Francesco Colonna. Only in December of 1999, five hundred years after the original text was printed, and months after the events depicted in The Rule of Four, did the first complete English translation of the Hypnerotomachia appear in print.
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