Deconstructing Dan Brown


Writer Bill DeSmedt deconstructs Dan Brown’s grammar and flaws at Publishers Marketplace in the same way Mark Twain ripped apart James Fenimoore Cooper’s literary flaws. It’s funny and instructive, although perhaps a bit over the top to put so much energy into breaking apart a genre novel.

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