History Literature / DanceOfDeath

27th Sep '15 10:42:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* IllWaitForYou: [[spoiler: When Pendergast tells her he can never be with her as long as his brother is out there, Viola tells him she'll expect to see him on her island the day he is free.]]

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* IllWaitForYou: IWillWaitForYou: [[spoiler: When Pendergast tells her he can never be with her as long as his brother is out there, Viola tells him she'll expect to see him on her island the day he is free.]]
2nd Jun '15 12:58:40 PM Morgenthaler
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* [[spoiler:VillainExitStageLeft]]: [[spoiler:Diogenes slips away in the tunnels]].

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* [[spoiler:VillainExitStageLeft]]: VillainExitStageLeft: [[spoiler:Diogenes slips away in the tunnels]].
9th May '15 8:25:49 PM universalperson
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** Also Mime, who activates all his security systems when Pendergast warns him about Diogenes.
1st May '15 7:56:02 AM randomtroper89
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* [[BreakHisHeartToSaveHim Break Her Heart To Save Her]]: D'Agosta breaks up with Hayward so Diogenes won't target her.

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* [[BreakHisHeartToSaveHim Break Her Heart To Save Her]]: BelligerentSexualTension: Nora recounts how she first met and fell in love with Smithback in ''Literature/{{Thunderhead}}'' and how she thought he was "the biggest jerk I'd ever met."
* BreakHerHeartToSaveHer:
D'Agosta breaks up with Hayward so Diogenes won't target her.



* WhenAJerkLovesATsundere: Nora recounts how she first met and fell in love with Smithback in ''Literature/{{Thunderhead}}'' and how she thought he was "the biggest jerk I'd ever met."
27th Feb '14 4:14:01 PM ChrisCmoney
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''Dance of Death'' is a novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child first published in 2005. It is part of their informal [[Literature/AgentPendergast Agent Pendergast series]]. This book marked the [[MilestoneCelebration 10th Anniversary]] of Pendergast's first appearance in ''Literature/TheRelic'', and as such, featured the return appearances of several characters from past books, including a few that hadn't yet appeared in any Pendergast-related novels from the greater "Preston-Child-verse" such as Eli Glinn from ''Literature/TheIceLimit''.

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''Dance of Death'' is a novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child first published in 2005. It is part of their informal [[Literature/AgentPendergast Agent Pendergast series]]. series]] and the second novel in the Diogenes trilogy. This book also marked the [[MilestoneCelebration 10th Anniversary]] of Pendergast's first appearance in ''Literature/TheRelic'', and as such, featured the return appearances of several characters from past books, including a few that hadn't yet appeared in any Pendergast-related novels from the greater "Preston-Child-verse" such as Eli Glinn from ''Literature/TheIceLimit''.
26th Jan '14 11:44:42 PM ChrisCmoney
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''Dance of Death'' is a novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child first published in 2005. It is part of their informal [[Literature/AgentPendergast Agent Pendergast series]].

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''Dance of Death'' is a novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child first published in 2005. It is part of their informal [[Literature/AgentPendergast Agent Pendergast series]].
series]]. This book marked the [[MilestoneCelebration 10th Anniversary]] of Pendergast's first appearance in ''Literature/TheRelic'', and as such, featured the return appearances of several characters from past books, including a few that hadn't yet appeared in any Pendergast-related novels from the greater "Preston-Child-verse" such as Eli Glinn from ''Literature/TheIceLimit''.
5th Jun '13 6:46:38 AM Vasha
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''Dance Of Death'' is a novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child first published in 2005. It is part of their informal [[Literature/AgentPendergast Agent Pendergast series]].

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''Dance Of of Death'' is a novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child first published in 2005. It is part of their informal [[Literature/AgentPendergast Agent Pendergast series]].
20th Apr '13 3:38:17 AM MisterCPC
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* TheCameo: Corrie makes a brief appearance during one chapter where one of Pendergast's associates helps put her in hiding in case Diogenes attempts to target her.


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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Turns out Smithback has published novels based off the adventures he took part in (''Literature/TheRelic'', ''Literature/{{Reliquary}}'', and ''Literature/{{Thunderhead}}''). When Margo and Nora meet for the first time he comments on his "main characters meeting for the first time" and Nora mentions that he's improved a lot as a writer since his first book.
19th Apr '13 3:52:26 PM CrowTR0bot
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* SelfDeprecation: When Smithback tries to convince the hospital director that he's sane so he can leave, one of the things he tries to drop as proof is the fact that he's a published author and that anyone can simply look at the back cover of one of his books for a picture. Said books all share titles with Preston and Child's other works. The Doctor doesn't even try to humor him, citing that such fiction is unavailable at the hospital library and condescendingly states that it appeals to the LowestCommonDenominator anyway.
9th Nov '12 4:41:53 PM Sheora
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