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The Lady in Blue

1 rating: 5.0
A book by Javier Sierra

Destiny propels an agnostic journalist to rediscover his faith in this intriguing paranormal puzzler about a mysterious bilocating lady in blue from bestseller Sierra (The Secret Supper). In 1629, Sister María Jesús de Ágreda appeared … see full wiki

Author: Javier Sierra
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Atria
1 review about The Lady in Blue

Do you believe in angels?

  • Aug 22, 2007
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This is a very interesting book. The author culls through some historical figures and manuscripts, and comes up with a riveting plot that carries the reader along quite quickly. He has woven together separate strains of the plot into a coherent whole by the end of the book, and presents a fully realized conspiracy idea that I believe is quite far-fetched, but accepting the milieu of the book, quite compelling. All of the characters are well defined, and their actions are believeable. There is an interesting history lesson embedded in this book, aside from the fictional aspects of it, that I found fascinating. This is a book well worth reading!

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