Book Review of The Rule Of Four

The Rule Of Four
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Follow an Ivy League senior as he's unwittingly drawn into a dangerous mystery. Tom, the narrator, planned to finish his thesis, spend time with his girlfriend, and hang out at graduation events. Instead, his roommate's research into an ancient manuscriptâone that Tom's father had been obsessed withâpulls Tom and his suitemates into a modern mystery, as they unravel the clues hidden in the text. Similar enough to the Da Vinci code to make it a must for fans of Dan Brown, but with enough intellectual heft (the manuscript and its clues are real) and solid writing to provide the same thrills for people who just can't get into Brown's books.