Overall rating and opinion of "The Girl Who Knew da Vinci" by Belle Ami

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Post by Richard Whitehead » 08 Jul 2018, 01:25

Maulyne wrote:
08 Jul 2018, 00:04
I read the review and from it I guess this is a book of readers who lobve love mysteries and they won't be disappointed in reading This book.I can't give a rating of the book as I have not tpread it
This book is indeed for lovers of mystery.

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Post by Richard Whitehead » 08 Jul 2018, 01:27

Ibeh12 wrote:
07 Jul 2018, 19:20
The girl who knew Da Vinci is a book that would definitely attract attention as a result of Da Vinci being on the title. anyway, its a good book. I like the storyline, and character plot.
This book is good thanks for the history and mystery that it contains.

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Post by Richard Whitehead » 08 Jul 2018, 01:44

book_worm 101 wrote:
03 Jun 2018, 13:04
The thing I love the most about this book is the mystery within it. And the hint of paranormality. I would definitely recommend this to others because of the history and the mystery.
Yes, history and paranormal make this book very great.

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Post by Aditi1992 » 08 Jul 2018, 06:56

I am a big lover of da Vinci. I am looking forward to read this book. The title enough is intriguing and i found myself captivated by the review I read about the book. The touch of art must add to the charm of the book!

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Post by Amy+++ » 08 Jul 2018, 11:56

This book sounds so good that I can't wait to read it! The book has something for everyone it seems.

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Post by Noor194 » 09 Jul 2018, 15:31

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Because I love mystery books so much, I decided that I might read this book. However, I was put off by the whole Art / History side to it. Those genres are just ones that I've never really read or had any interest in!
Same here the art side is making me hesitate about reading the book...

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Post by AmandaReadsBooks1 » 09 Jul 2018, 18:03

I loved this book so much! I haven't read a book with as much romance as this book had -- and loved it this much -- in longer than I can remember. The details throughout were believable and very well-written. I loved the paranormal element to the story, and the action was at just the right pace to keep me on my toes. I definitely give this book 4 out of 4 stars, and would give it 5 if I could. My hats off to the author!

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Post by terrylove » 10 Jul 2018, 08:50

I liked this book because I love art and mystery. I thought they tried to impress us with some of their vocabulary. I was predicable in what happen but we always like a good happy ending.I gave it a 3 out of 4

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Post by danopsy » 10 Jul 2018, 11:57

JR Mercier wrote:
06 Jun 2018, 09:58
-brintontaylor wrote:
01 Jun 2018, 03:24
Because I love mystery books so much, I decided that I might read this book. However, I was put off by the whole Art / History side to it. Those genres are just ones that I've never really read or had any interest in!
I used to feel the same way but since I've started my own research into history, into the subjects I like and that wasn't prescribed by a school I've fallen in love with the old world. So maybe it'll surprise you. :D
I really felt the same way as you, cos the genre isnt waht i like but reading the book make me want to try more with this types

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Post by Stephanie-poole » 11 Jul 2018, 07:18

Da Vinci conjours such romantic ideas for me. What a great theme to explore. Even if you are not an artist it sounds worth a read. This book sounds like it would appeal to a variety of people. A fascinating take.

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Post by mommaing » 11 Jul 2018, 07:56

Your reviews are making me go back and forth. Art and history and mystery are all plusses for me! Steamy romance thrown in the middle, not so much. i think this will go on my "want to read" shelf.

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Post by piecesfallapart » 12 Jul 2018, 10:55

Abiba Alice wrote:
06 Jun 2018, 06:18
I haven't read this book yet but it definitely sounds like one I want to check out... I love a good mystery story
I feel the same way. I haven't read the book, I haven't even heard about The Girl Who Knew da Vinci before coming into the forum, but, both the mystery story and the art/history part of the book makes me feel like I need to read it as soon as possible.

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Post by HouseOfAtticus » 12 Jul 2018, 11:26

I'll give it 4 ouut of 4 stars. I absolutely loved it.

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Post by anwidmer » 12 Jul 2018, 18:18

AmandaReadsBooks1 wrote:
07 Jul 2018, 12:43
I just started this book to review! I’m really excited. I’m a big fan of Da Vinci, enjoyed The Da Vinci Code very much, and have read in the reviews that this book has a hint of the paranormal. Love it! Can’t wait to dig into this one :)
Da Vinci doesnt have as much of a presence in this book as the title implies. It is still an amazing historical fiction with some paranormal though. I loved it! I reviewed it as well

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Post by Mir H S Quadri » 13 Jul 2018, 04:23

Sarah Tariq wrote:
01 Jun 2018, 01:09
It is an interesting book which follows multiple themes of art, romance and mystery. The most attractive thing for me is its unique plot and perfect imagery. In the middle of the book the plot becomes complex and vague. I would like to recommend this book to others because of its interesting themes as it will appeal to many art lovers.
I love books that have artistic tones to them. But I am wondering if this might turn into a bit of drag right in the middle of the book...I hope that is not the case.

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