11 journalers for this copy...
From a box of books donated by a friend.
As there is more than one person interested I will start an Australia only bookray for this book. PM me to join.
1. Journal as you receive the book
2. PM the next person on the list for their address
3. Journal when you have read it
4. Journal as you send it on
5. Appreciated if you turn it around in 4-6 weeks
6. Enjoy !
Ring now closed and the luckydipper will set the book free.
I am looking forward to reading this book, as is my hubby :)
AS a thriller it is quite predictable, esp. if you have read any other of Dan Brown's novels. Still it was a quick read. Now my hubby is reading on the train to work :)
Journal Entry 3
Kingston PO in Kingston, Queensland Australia on Monday, May 08, 2006
Released 13 yrs ago (5/8/2006 UTC) at Kingston PO in Kingston, Queensland Australia
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Finally got this book in the mail today - so sorry for the delay!
Journal Entry 4
on Thursday, September 14, 2006
Read this book with anticipation after enjoying Da Vinci code. I found Digital Fortress to be predictable and found a number of gaping holes in the plot. Very sorry for hanging on to it for so long.
Received this via bookworm-BNE last night :P I'll try and get to it soon though it is dark here in the shadow of Mt TBR so it may be a while! :/
***UPDATE 24/09/2006*** Have lent this to my Mum to read on the plane seeing as I won't get to it for a little while.
***UPDATE 29/10/2006*** I've finally gotten a chance to start reading this now! Will try and finish ASAP. Sorry for the delay :(
I found it to be an enjoyable enough read when sick at home. Will post on as soon as I get gabbysmum's address
Received in the post this am.
Not as good as the Da Vinci code but still an enjoyable book that kept me changing my mind about who the guilty person was.The wasnt too much technical jargon in it too confuse me.
Journal Entry 9
Bookring Controlled Release in Controlled Release, --by post or by hand (ie ring, ray, RABCK, trade) -- Controlled Releases on Friday, January 12, 2007
Released 12 yrs ago (1/11/2007 UTC) at Bookring Controlled Release in Controlled Release, --by post or by hand (ie ring, ray, RABCK, trade) -- Controlled Releases
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Making its way to the next person in the bookring.
Arrived today ... thank you! Have just finished Angels & Demons so I'm in Dan Brown mode ...
A good but predictable read. Enjoyed Angels & Demons more, but then that was the first Dan Brown I had read.
On its way to frangipani08.
Received today, had to get out of the car in the rain to pick it up! My husband will enjoy the coffee as I'm a tea gal! Will Pm kirstymorgan.
This is the third Dan Brown book I've read and third best. I did not find this one as gripping as the rest and skimmed through at times. Sent to Kirstymorgan today.
Arrived today... I had forgotten that i even joined this ring as it was so long ago... i guess that is the suprising thing about bookcrossing.. You get all these parcels in the post and have to try and remember why!!
I guess I am just a little over halfway through and I must say that Dan Brown is now high on my favourite authors. I was not a great fan of The Da Vinci Code(I can only say that with what I have attempted to read) so I have read the rest of his books with caution..
This one is turning out to be another great read and I have enjoyed it as much as I did Angels and Demons.. I will pass on to luckydipper in the next week or so..
Thankyou bookworm-BNE for sharing.
Book mailed to luckydipper yesterday 27/3/2007.
Thank you very much for sharing this book.. I loved it...
I even tried to get my husband to read it, who says he would have only he has alot of study commitments and would take too much time.
I can not wait to read Deception Point now
Received today, thanks kirstymorgan for sending it my way, I am bound to enjoy this one! :)
A very enjoyable and predictable thriller, which I think is superb, because I'm a bit of a woose when it comes to thrillers and could not have read it if it was too scarry.
PS. I did a minor repair on the book, a few pages in the middle were falling out, obviously well read, I think that would be a proud moment for any good book, to be so well read you acually begin to fall apart. But all fixed and ready to move on.
updated: I just checked cliff wishes and found a prospective Bcer to RABCK it to, so after confirming an address this book will be off again.
Journal Entry 19
Surprise RABCK using Cliff Wishes in Gold Coast, Queensland Australia on Thursday, May 31, 2007
Released 12 yrs ago (5/31/2007 UTC) at Surprise RABCK using Cliff Wishes in Gold Coast, Queensland Australia
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
'Surprise' I saw on cliff wishes that you would like to read this book, I then confirmed your address on both rabck.com and your profile page ...... and tadaah here tis...
Happy Bookcrossing gingechick!
This book has washed ashore at the Lost Book Island after not being heard from for many months. This new arrival will be shown to a room and be allowed a bit of rest before being introduced to the many fun things to do here at the island.
All around there are books sipping cool drinks under shady palms while other books participate in a wide variety of beach sports. There is plenty of sand, surf and sun here for all of the lost and wayward books to enjoy.
It is hoped that very soon a new journal entry will come to rescue this book from the island and send it back out into the BookCrossing world so that it may continue on its journey. It is hoped that the new journal entry will tell all the interested parties where this book has been this long time and where it will be traveling to next.
This was sent to me as a RABCK earlier this year. I have only just realised i have journalled it. ...sorry Luckydipper!
I am going to start on reading this on the weekend!