The Prague Cemetery by Umberto Eco (translated from the original Italian by Richard Dixon)

From the opening pages of his newest book one gets the feeling that Umberto Eco wanted to create his own version of The Da Vinci Code.Β  Like that novel The Prague Cemetery is compulsively readable.Β  The prose is wonderfully playful – Eco at his best.Β  It dances along while pulling readers happily behind… almost against their will.Β  Because Eco isn’t writing about the Knights Templar … Continue reading The Prague Cemetery by Umberto Eco (translated from the original Italian by Richard Dixon)