Million selling 'Author' Dan Brown has come forward to explain that the secret to properly enjoying his work is to read it in a language you aren't familiar with, and learn the language along with the narrative. He says that this is why his prose is unspeakably dull and simple.
'The idea is that you learn along with the work' he claims. 'As the new one goes along, you'll notice that I start to introduce complex sentences, clauses, and adjectives around the page 100 mark. And by page 250, there's all sorts of basic grammatical structures at work!'
The idea, he says, is that the book forces the author to be a 'detective' themselves, as they discover a new language. He says he isn't surprised, however, that the literary community haven't picked up on this clearly ingenious post-modern trick, dubbing them 'facile poops.'