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Angels and Demons | Paperback

Released on 01 July 2003

Author: Dan Brown | Format: Paperback

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When a scientist is found brutally murdered, Harvard professor Robert Langdon is asked to identify the mysterious symbol seared onto the dead man's chest. Realising it must be the work of the Illuminati - an ancient secret brotherhood sworn against Catholicism - the race is on to prevent a tragedy.

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This for me was a much better book than the da Vinci code, but never grabbed the headlines as it is not so controversial. The same man character as teh da Vinci code, and the same style but in my view better written, with a much better plot.


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Worst book ever written, if you like the de vinci code you will like this as its the same story.

 angels and demons

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I didn't read this book although i do have it in paperback, I listened to it as an unabridged audio book, and I was brilliant. I know people see Dan Browns' books as the literary equivalent of a big action movie and pull the books apart for anything they can. It's almost like the cool thing to do; and I don't get it,

I have read some of Dan Browns other work and as long as you remember they are all fiction including the Da Vinci Code (something I feel people are forgetting) they are a great read and I can totally understand why people buy his books and those by people like Sam Bourne. The books that Dan Brown writes are fast, murder mystery's with a conspiracy slant, and who doesn't like that, even the bible is full of conspiracy, murder, and mystery. although that's not as gripping a work of fiction to read. although its a work of fiction all the same.

In the past few years we've seen Cern become a household name with the LHC, A new pope picked with all the pomp and circumstance of the catholic church, there is anyone of a number of site's online devoted to conspiracy theory, or new world order be it by the bilderberg group or the little green men from the planet zog (sorry I got that wrong the little green men are from dzart22 and little green women are from zog. sorry for the confusion.) well imagine squishing all that together and mashing it all up and you've got Angels & Demons, With the film out now in the cinema's I'd either read or listen to this book before you see it, its a great read theres everything you want in a book.

just before you all start emailing me or shouting at me on twitter just remember that it is fiction so if you start telling me that Anti matter cant be held in place with magnets or that the Illuminati diamond is upside down or whatever, I don't care, When I read an Enid Blyton book as a child I didn't think 5 kids really went off and lived on an island, or that there were witches that could turn kids into mice after I read a Roahl Darl book, take this book at face value and you'll love it start picking at the corners and you may as well go read the encyclopedia (not a bad read but not much of a story line and it jumps from topic to topic)

If you liked the Da Vinci Code you'll like this and if you didn't like the da vinci code what's up with you? you'll be saying you don't like die hard next...

 Absolutely Amazing!

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I haven't even read The Da Vinci Code, and don't want to now to be honest! This book was absolutely amazing, really gripping and sooooo hard to put down! It even had my heart pounding out of my chest on a few occasions! Great twists and turns, and with only one fault - a bit too descriptive at times.

 No Happy End

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The greatest thing about this entertaining book is the fact that for a couple of hundred pages you have the sweet hope of the Vatican going up in a mushroom-cloud.
In the end we have to do with some burning clerics - which is ok, but too Jerry Springer for my taste.
The perfect book if you want to be captured by action.

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AuthorDan Brown
PublisherTransworld Publishers Ltd (United Kingdom)
FormatPaperback - 624 Pages