Midnight Angels

Midnight Angels

A Novel

Book - 2010
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Visiting Florence to study art history and finish her thesis on the lost works of Michelangelo, American student Kate Westcott befriends Italian student Marco. They discover three missing sculptures, only to be violently targeted by a master art thief.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, c2010.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780345483904
Branch Call Number: FIC/CARCATERRA
Characteristics: xiii, 300 p. ; 25 cm.


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Aug 09, 2015

I finished it but wished I hadn't bothered. It's a potboiler and my only question is whether the author knows it. The characters are ridiculous stereotypes and they utter melodramatic, bombastic tripe. The plot relies on people repeatedly doing stupid things for no good reason. Bad guys get away because the good guys stand around telling off the bad guys.

libricats Oct 21, 2010

This book started out poorly, and didn't improve. Ultimately, I never did get through it, but I just couldn't take the cliched characterization and sloppy writing. This could have been a good book, but it makes the Da Vinci Code look pretty good indeed.


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