DailyLit's Book Channel
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What is DailyLit's Book Channel?
Our Book Channel is the source for books you need to know. In addition to staff picks, we're featuring recommendations from Sara Nelson, bestselling author of So Many Books, So Little Time (also former editor in chief of Publishers Weekly, currently the Books Director for O, the Oprah Magazine) and Gotham Gal. Recent selections have included bestselling author Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol and Say You're One of Them, an Oprah's Book Club pick. New book excerpts will be sent to you periodically so you can sit back and wait to be surprised!
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DailyLit (www.dailylit.com) is the leading publisher of serialized books in digital form. DailyLit currently features over 1000 classic and contemporary books available for free or for a small fee. Short book installments are sent via e-mail or RSS feed and arrive in a reader’s inbox (or RSS feedreader), which can be read on a desktop, laptop or mobile device (including an iPhone or Blackberry) according to the schedule set by each reader (e.g. 7:00am every weekday). Installments can be read in fewer than 5 minutes, and additional installments are available on demand. DailyLit’s titles include bestselling and award winning titles, from literary fiction and non-fiction to romance and science fiction. Co-founded by a team of publishing professionals and technology experts, DailyLit is headquartered in Mamaroneck, New York.Back to top
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Here's an author who needs no introduction--enjoy this taste of Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown's newest thriller.
>>>>>To live in the world without becoming aware of the meaning of the world is like wandering about in a great library without touching the books.
All organizations in this novel ...
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Reviewed by Chromatic on Dec 19, 2009
Dan Brown's Latest
Enthralling from start to finish
Reviewed by ssanford on Sep 18, 2009
i need more!
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