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Enter the labyrinthine world of internationally bestselling author Dan Brown with his first two spellbinding thrillers featuring Robert Langdon: Angels and Demons When a groundbreaking scientist is found brutally murdered, world renowned Harvard professor Robert Langdon is summoned to identify the mysterious symbol seared on to the dead man's chest. His conclusion, that it i Enter the labyrinthine world of internationally bestselling author Dan Brown with his first two spellbinding thrillers featuring Robert Langdon: Angels and Demons When a groundbreaking scientist is found brutally murdered, world renowned Harvard professor Robert Langdon is summoned to identify the mysterious symbol seared on to the dead man's chest. His conclusion, that it is the work of the Illuminati, a secret brotherhood presumed long dead, leads him to Rome, where against the backdrop of a papal election the Illuminati look set to renew their bitter vendetta against their sworn enemy, the Catholic Church . . . The Da Vinci Code Robert Langdon receives an urgent late-night phone call while on business in Paris: the elderly curator of the Louvre has been violently murdered inside the museum. Alongside the body, police have found a series of baffling codes. As Langdon begins to sort through the bizarre riddles, he is stunned to find a trail that leads to the works of Leonardo da Vinci - and suggests the answer to an age-old mystery which will take him into the vaults of history . . .


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Enter the labyrinthine world of internationally bestselling author Dan Brown with his first two spellbinding thrillers featuring Robert Langdon: Angels and Demons When a groundbreaking scientist is found brutally murdered, world renowned Harvard professor Robert Langdon is summoned to identify the mysterious symbol seared on to the dead man's chest. His conclusion, that it i Enter the labyrinthine world of internationally bestselling author Dan Brown with his first two spellbinding thrillers featuring Robert Langdon: Angels and Demons When a groundbreaking scientist is found brutally murdered, world renowned Harvard professor Robert Langdon is summoned to identify the mysterious symbol seared on to the dead man's chest. His conclusion, that it is the work of the Illuminati, a secret brotherhood presumed long dead, leads him to Rome, where against the backdrop of a papal election the Illuminati look set to renew their bitter vendetta against their sworn enemy, the Catholic Church . . . The Da Vinci Code Robert Langdon receives an urgent late-night phone call while on business in Paris: the elderly curator of the Louvre has been violently murdered inside the museum. Alongside the body, police have found a series of baffling codes. As Langdon begins to sort through the bizarre riddles, he is stunned to find a trail that leads to the works of Leonardo da Vinci - and suggests the answer to an age-old mystery which will take him into the vaults of history . . .

30 review for Angels and Demons / The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon, #1-2)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Silver Savage

    I have to say I loved both the books. Robert Langdon is one of the best charecters I have ever read about. I would love to he about him again and again. Now on to Angels And Demons, this book I read first out of the two and it still rakes as my top favorite book. It combinds that of danger and mystery with cunning puzzes and brain twisting thoughts. When you think something is happening something completly different is realy happening, one of the best books in the world for anyone who likes susp I have to say I loved both the books. Robert Langdon is one of the best charecters I have ever read about. I would love to he about him again and again. Now on to Angels And Demons, this book I read first out of the two and it still rakes as my top favorite book. It combinds that of danger and mystery with cunning puzzes and brain twisting thoughts. When you think something is happening something completly different is realy happening, one of the best books in the world for anyone who likes suspense, fear, and mystery, and a really great book, then I recomend Angels And Demons beyond compare. The Da Vinci Code was the book I read right after I was done with Angels And Demons, though I liked the other one better. The Da Vinci Codes was one of the best books I have ever read also. To what I belive it answers some questions that it both asked and made you think about. Again alot like the Angels And Demons it made you think about what was happening and what was not happening. I also think again, that for any one who likes suspense, fear, and mind bottling problems and such should read this. I would recomend it as fast as I would Angels And Demons.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

    Gory,and (spoiler alert)--there isn't going to be any solution until all the murders are committed, so you have to sit through all the gore and you know it. Plus, Dan Brown's characters move through the plot at an unhuman rate...dont' they have to eat or go to the bathroom? :) Gory,and (spoiler alert)--there isn't going to be any solution until all the murders are committed, so you have to sit through all the gore and you know it. Plus, Dan Brown's characters move through the plot at an unhuman rate...dont' they have to eat or go to the bathroom? :)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Joel Humberd

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. i read these books separately, but i'm reviewing them as one because they are practically the same book. dan brown has found a niche and is clinging for dear life to it. all of the characters are the same: the old, smart guy brutally murdered in the beginning; his beautiful younger relation who is there to create sexual tension with langdon; the other old, decrepit guy in a wheelchair who seems to be a helper but ends up being a villian; and of course the big, hulking assassin who just kills peo i read these books separately, but i'm reviewing them as one because they are practically the same book. dan brown has found a niche and is clinging for dear life to it. all of the characters are the same: the old, smart guy brutally murdered in the beginning; his beautiful younger relation who is there to create sexual tension with langdon; the other old, decrepit guy in a wheelchair who seems to be a helper but ends up being a villian; and of course the big, hulking assassin who just kills people with a single minded adherance to his religion of choice. dan brown is good at giving facts, but those facts seem to just float on the surface of the story and nothing really seems to mesh. i think his writing skills would be better suited to textbooks with dramatic flair. what i really hate about him is that he makes some great arguments for christianity, but in the next sentence, it feels like he's patting the entire faith on its head like a small child, which is frustrating to read. and it doesn't help my opinion of him that he touts falsehoods as set in stone truths.

  4. 4 out of 5

    M.M. Strawberry Library & Reviews

    Personally, I think these two are the best in the Robert Langdon series, at least from the 4 I read (the first 4) with a lot of fun history and trivia. The movies were also pretty decent.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chaitra

    I found this book bit boring and most of the time didn't understand what was going on. It's a good read, however but I didn't enjoy it as much as I did with The Da Vinci Code. This book was so hyped up and maybe I had expected a lot more. I found this book bit boring and most of the time didn't understand what was going on. It's a good read, however but I didn't enjoy it as much as I did with The Da Vinci Code. This book was so hyped up and maybe I had expected a lot more.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Julinha

    I read the special illustrated edition of this book and I thought that was really worth it. I had a clear vision of all the buildings in Rome and in my opinion you really could visualize Robert's quest through the different parts of Rome. Dan Brown is just an awesome writer. He keeps up the tension through the whole book. I thought it was really interesting to read how Robert unraveled the mystery step by step. You must be a really good writer to not only write a fictional and fun book, but also I read the special illustrated edition of this book and I thought that was really worth it. I had a clear vision of all the buildings in Rome and in my opinion you really could visualize Robert's quest through the different parts of Rome. Dan Brown is just an awesome writer. He keeps up the tension through the whole book. I thought it was really interesting to read how Robert unraveled the mystery step by step. You must be a really good writer to not only write a fictional and fun book, but also a well thought-out book. Everything complemented each other. Dan Brown did his research well. Especially if you have been to Rome this book is really amusing to read, but also if you like to read a book full of mysteries and a book that's quite unique in it's kind, I would certainly recommend this book to you.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Loveena

    I read this book after having read DA Vinci. But I liked this one better than the Da Vinci Code. This book according to me was ... more imaginative and had a fantastic story line. When I read the book, during the introdction of the villain character I knew he was the one. Don't ask me how. I just knew that he was the one. Nevertheless I kept reading. And that was what set this book apart. Usually wen I figure out the villain I lose interest. But not in this one. The story teller has told a good I read this book after having read DA Vinci. But I liked this one better than the Da Vinci Code. This book according to me was ... more imaginative and had a fantastic story line. When I read the book, during the introdction of the villain character I knew he was the one. Don't ask me how. I just knew that he was the one. Nevertheless I kept reading. And that was what set this book apart. Usually wen I figure out the villain I lose interest. But not in this one. The story teller has told a good story in the best way possible :) What I learned from this book? A lot about the secret societies and their contributions. The bookmost certainly was entertaining and educative. This book mad me think about people and their motivations. Things that make people do what they do ...

  8. 5 out of 5

    Romeo Stevenson

    The drama and events are excellent, the story is good, but his mockery of religion is not good

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mehrsa

    This book (as with his others) is both intoxicating and insulting. I am engaged one minute and annoyed the next. What is undeniable is that Dan Brown has a gift for plot and for weaving history and art into a narrative. What he struggles with is the craft of writing and character development. I know I am supposed to forgive the latter for the sake of a really engaging story, which he can definitely deliver, but it's just easier said than done. Angels and Demons is built on a very interesting pre This book (as with his others) is both intoxicating and insulting. I am engaged one minute and annoyed the next. What is undeniable is that Dan Brown has a gift for plot and for weaving history and art into a narrative. What he struggles with is the craft of writing and character development. I know I am supposed to forgive the latter for the sake of a really engaging story, which he can definitely deliver, but it's just easier said than done. Angels and Demons is built on a very interesting premise (the link between science and divinity) and the historical facts woven into the story are, as always, fascinating. But where this book could have been great, it just sort of descends into the predictable. Dan Brown pays lip service to the idea of God's existence, but then shies away from letting any of the characters actually experience it. Similarly, he backs science, but not it's arguments. He wants to please everyone. He wants to make the ancient accessible and bring a modernist understanding to dark tradition. Make everything right and reconcile everyone. It's a worthy task and the book is a fun ride, but at the end of the day, I walk away from it feeling a little dizzy trying to sync what he's peddling with what I believe.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Eleanor

    I loved this book. I saw the commercial for the movie in a theater the other day and ran out to get this book it looked so good. It is the prequel to the Da Vinci Code (Brown's other Robert Langdon book) and follows Langdon to Vatican City where he finds himself involved in a huge plot by the Illuminati, a satanic cult against the Vatican, to take down the church. I don't want to go into too much detail because there is a lot of information that I could give away, but all in all I reccommend thi I loved this book. I saw the commercial for the movie in a theater the other day and ran out to get this book it looked so good. It is the prequel to the Da Vinci Code (Brown's other Robert Langdon book) and follows Langdon to Vatican City where he finds himself involved in a huge plot by the Illuminati, a satanic cult against the Vatican, to take down the church. I don't want to go into too much detail because there is a lot of information that I could give away, but all in all I reccommend this to everyone!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kimberlee

    I did not read this combined edition of these stories but I have read both and enjoyed both. I found Angels and Demons, the book written before Da Vinci Code to be a very good read, especially if you like history, mystery and travel. I did not like the ending to Angels and Demons, but really I guess it was really just the last few pages. I felt that after all of the mystery that the ending was just too plain, expected.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Shivani Garg

    I read this book after having read the Da Vinci Code, and both seemed to very similar in terms of the fast-paced thrilling stories that were set in a background of deception, lies, mystery and involve plentiful of surprise turns and twists. Overall, it was an engaging book, can be a good travel companion.

  13. 4 out of 5

    T S

    I love Robert Langdon.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    A great story; I had fun reading it

  15. 4 out of 5

    Leo .

    I thought that the Da Vinci code was his best book.🐯👍

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    A solid 4 stars for both of the stories in this omnibus!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ellissa

    This is not a great work of artistic prose, nor do I think that Dan Brown is one of the best writers of our time. What I do think he is, is a good storyteller. This book is written in such a way that does not detract from the fast-paced adventure that occurs throughout these books. This book is more about the enjoying the plot than the writing. And while sometimes the writing was noticeably less than brilliant in some places, I did not feel that my overall enjoyment in the story was diminished. This is not a great work of artistic prose, nor do I think that Dan Brown is one of the best writers of our time. What I do think he is, is a good storyteller. This book is written in such a way that does not detract from the fast-paced adventure that occurs throughout these books. This book is more about the enjoying the plot than the writing. And while sometimes the writing was noticeably less than brilliant in some places, I did not feel that my overall enjoyment in the story was diminished. It is written simply but effectively. While I know that everything that is in this book is not an absolute fact, it is an enjoyable romp through some history that exists around us. The romantic plot line was at times unnecessary and a little rushed, but it wasn't a major part of the book so I didn't have an issue with it. While I am not sure it is deliberate, one thing that did not sit particularly well in Angel and Demons was the fact that the assassin was Arab. If you have one Arab character in your book and make him a terrorist.... This isn't a spoiler, you find this out near the beginning of the book. While he is not coming from a place of religious fanaticism I did not find that race was a necessary addition for this kind of character, and the overall lack of diversity was displeasing. Even though this book is a bit older and I doubt that it was entirely intentional it is still problematic. Keeping in mind that I was born and raised Catholic and had no issues with other parts of the book. Although there were many moments in the story when the author was a kinder to them.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ethan

    These books are fun, quick reads. It's easy to enjoy them, with or without giving them your full attention. I was a little bummed that Robert Langdon had such predictable relationships with the women who were thrown into his path by circumstance... And I also found the plots a little bit too predictable. A writer friend of mine told me that novelists often try to include only the details that will be relevant later in the plot. Including superfluous information is frowned upon. Dan Brown succeede These books are fun, quick reads. It's easy to enjoy them, with or without giving them your full attention. I was a little bummed that Robert Langdon had such predictable relationships with the women who were thrown into his path by circumstance... And I also found the plots a little bit too predictable. A writer friend of mine told me that novelists often try to include only the details that will be relevant later in the plot. Including superfluous information is frowned upon. Dan Brown succeeded at this, having pretty much no fluff. Unfortunately, the lack of fluff made everything more predictable. If the back doors of a church were described as having a particular purpose, then I knew that somebody would find those doors useful later on. If Brown mentioned a historical detail, it would inevitably be drawn upon later on. I don't think this is a bad way to write, but I think it is out of place in the mystery genre. If you don't have any red herrings, then where's the mystery? I'm not saying that he has to go all out, including whole side-narratives like Victor Hugo does, but since there's such a rich amount of historical background to these books, it wouldn't hurt for some of it to just be enjoyable fluff.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Carole P. Roman

    The Da Vinci Code: The DaVinci Code rocked the world when it came out. Just by chance, I had finished "Holy Blood Holy Grail" when I picked up Dan Brown's book- so I was well prepared for the plot twists and turns. Controversial as well as compelling, it leads to many long talks by the water cooler at work. Dan Brown was the first to bring many of the legends of the family of Jesus to today's culture and gives you food for thought. Entertaining, thought-provoking as well as a darn good read- the The Da Vinci Code: The DaVinci Code rocked the world when it came out. Just by chance, I had finished "Holy Blood Holy Grail" when I picked up Dan Brown's book- so I was well prepared for the plot twists and turns. Controversial as well as compelling, it leads to many long talks by the water cooler at work. Dan Brown was the first to bring many of the legends of the family of Jesus to today's culture and gives you food for thought. Entertaining, thought-provoking as well as a darn good read- the DaVinci Code opened the doorway to think about the many possibilities of interpretation of things we may not have ever questioned. Angels & Demons: No one can marry action, adventure and religion like Dan Brown. An intellectual thriller, once you start be prepared to read until you are finished. Not only is his description of Rome better than any travelog, you will get a whopper of a Renaissance education in both art history and the church. Basic a book about the war between science and blind religious belief, Brown is able to keep your attention without preaching or judging. A great entertaining read all the way around.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Haley M.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I found Angels and Demons to be an interesting, fact-filled adventure. Robert Langdon, a Harvard professor, finds himself pulled into the mysterious murder of a famous CERN scientist who was -according to his daughter, Vittoria- on the track to using science to prove God's existence through the creation of antimatter. Suspecting the Illuminati is behind this, Langdon is soon tripping over another murder, but this time- the Pope himself. Brown allows you to follow Langdon and Vittoria as they're I found Angels and Demons to be an interesting, fact-filled adventure. Robert Langdon, a Harvard professor, finds himself pulled into the mysterious murder of a famous CERN scientist who was -according to his daughter, Vittoria- on the track to using science to prove God's existence through the creation of antimatter. Suspecting the Illuminati is behind this, Langdon is soon tripping over another murder, but this time- the Pope himself. Brown allows you to follow Langdon and Vittoria as they're thrown and twisted between choosing who to trust and who to believe. Relationships they've had for their whole lives are torn, and they discover that perhaps something is not always as it seems. I enjoyed Brown's continuation of Langdon's travels, but I am biased because I love all of Dan Brown's writing. The fluid plot is complimented by historic settings and spiced with interesting facts that keep the reader interested. My only critique is the cliché nature of the characters- why must there be a romance in every story? Why does Langdon come to the rescue of the woman in each book?

  21. 4 out of 5

    D.A. Fellows

    3/5 stars. Hmm...the Robert Langdon series. Like many other readers, I read 'The Da Vinci Code' first, then 'Angels and Demons'. I enjoyed them both, actually thinking there was little to choose between them in terms of plot and excitement. I remember thinking though, "He's written these to be made into movies", rather than, "Whoa, what wonderful novels." And I've looked through a few reviews of 'The Lost Symbol'...am I the only one who HATED it? It took me about six weeks to read, I probably fe 3/5 stars. Hmm...the Robert Langdon series. Like many other readers, I read 'The Da Vinci Code' first, then 'Angels and Demons'. I enjoyed them both, actually thinking there was little to choose between them in terms of plot and excitement. I remember thinking though, "He's written these to be made into movies", rather than, "Whoa, what wonderful novels." And I've looked through a few reviews of 'The Lost Symbol'...am I the only one who HATED it? It took me about six weeks to read, I probably fell asleep about six times whilst reading it (and I NEVER fall asleep reading) and it just all felt like build-up to something that I never really believed was going to warrant even a fraction of such a build-up. I've read all five of the Dan Brown books now, and I can honestly say I would think VERY hard about reading another after 'The Lost Symbol'. The others somewhat save him, though, and that's why I gave a three-star overall rating to the Robert Langdon series.

  22. 5 out of 5

    RoChe Montoya

    Ok so this is amazing. You get two really good books in one. The fast pace adventures of Robert Langdon are hard to put down. Dan Brown grabs your attention and doesn't let go. I didn't think I could read that fast through a book, but after every chapter I needed to know more, NEEDED! I doubt there isn't a person on this site that hasn't read this book but I still wont give it away, all I will say is the movies are great but it's just the small things that were changed for the viewing audience t Ok so this is amazing. You get two really good books in one. The fast pace adventures of Robert Langdon are hard to put down. Dan Brown grabs your attention and doesn't let go. I didn't think I could read that fast through a book, but after every chapter I needed to know more, NEEDED! I doubt there isn't a person on this site that hasn't read this book but I still wont give it away, all I will say is the movies are great but it's just the small things that were changed for the viewing audience that make the differences, such as Teabing is chubby in the book and he is played by skinny Sir Ian McKellian, Love Ian but that is what I'm talking about, little things, people don't like a chubby person in their movies. There, I don't think I gave away too much.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sabrina Stern

    At this point these books seem horribly antiquated, as much of the cleverness of Robert Langdon can be matched with a smart phone. There is a lot of Langdon going to archives and looking for maps that now would all be accomplished with a smart phone (in fact in the latest book Inferno, Dan Brown has to kill or lose every ones cell phone so that Langdon can do his genius thing). The reason I re-read these books and continue to enjoy the Robert Langdon story is because they make you want to visit At this point these books seem horribly antiquated, as much of the cleverness of Robert Langdon can be matched with a smart phone. There is a lot of Langdon going to archives and looking for maps that now would all be accomplished with a smart phone (in fact in the latest book Inferno, Dan Brown has to kill or lose every ones cell phone so that Langdon can do his genius thing). The reason I re-read these books and continue to enjoy the Robert Langdon story is because they make you want to visit the sites lovingly described in these books, so at this point I am using them more as travel guides of interesting sites than I am as actual thrillers.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Margy Levine Young

    Mysteries with cliffhangers and plot twists are fun, but Dan Brown tries way, way too hard. Every chapter ends with a shocking revelation that changes everything, one that the characters find out but that won’t be revealed to you until later. Annoying. Meg said, “"It’s like he doesn’t trust the reader to keep reading without forcing you to!” Da Vinci, which came later, is definitely better. However, in both, supposedly brilliant scientists act really dim. Da Vinci scholars are amazed when a messa Mysteries with cliffhangers and plot twists are fun, but Dan Brown tries way, way too hard. Every chapter ends with a shocking revelation that changes everything, one that the characters find out but that won’t be revealed to you until later. Annoying. Meg said, “"It’s like he doesn’t trust the reader to keep reading without forcing you to!” Da Vinci, which came later, is definitely better. However, in both, supposedly brilliant scientists act really dim. Da Vinci scholars are amazed when a message uses mirror writing. A Frenchwoman is stunned to find that “sangreal” means “royal blood” (what else could it mean in French?). But they are fun anyway. And fun to complain about!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

    Brown is a master of detail and a wealth of knowledge when it comes to art, religion and history. Robert Langdon is a great protagonist in this thriller. I loved "The Da Vinci Code" and enjoyed "Angels and Demons". It is an exciting thrill ride and in depth look at the machinations of the Catholic Church. I was slightly disappointed with the ending and I also think it dragged on a tad longer than needed. The book was already fabulous without a few extra plot twists. I will still look forward to Brown is a master of detail and a wealth of knowledge when it comes to art, religion and history. Robert Langdon is a great protagonist in this thriller. I loved "The Da Vinci Code" and enjoyed "Angels and Demons". It is an exciting thrill ride and in depth look at the machinations of the Catholic Church. I was slightly disappointed with the ending and I also think it dragged on a tad longer than needed. The book was already fabulous without a few extra plot twists. I will still look forward to reading more from Brown, who obviously lends a wonderful amount of research to his work.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nikita Kamat

    Angels and Demons is a very good book written in the hands of Dan Brown. His series are phenominal, combining both mystery and danger. The beginning of the book starts out with an introduction leading to a mystery of an unkown body. The context in the book is so amazingly thought out, and it challenged me to not keep the book down.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Andy

    Basically the Da Vinci Code with name changes. Some of the stuff pertaining to the Catholic faith not very well researched.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    Still holds up on its second read. Very flamboyant ending.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Maddie Fugal

    Angels and Demons is seriously such a good book. It is so interesting and intriguing. I love the suspense so much. The mystery concepts kept me reading. This book reminds me of the movie, “National Treasure.” I really enjoy Robert Langdon as a character. He is very much respectable. He just seems like a kick butt guy. His character is portrayed as very hard working and determined. He knows what he is doing. I know I would not want to come across Robert Langdon the wrong way. He could destroy me! Angels and Demons is seriously such a good book. It is so interesting and intriguing. I love the suspense so much. The mystery concepts kept me reading. This book reminds me of the movie, “National Treasure.” I really enjoy Robert Langdon as a character. He is very much respectable. He just seems like a kick butt guy. His character is portrayed as very hard working and determined. He knows what he is doing. I know I would not want to come across Robert Langdon the wrong way. He could destroy me! The reading itself was fairly easy. The book is not very old, so the reading and way the book is written is very simple. The plot is very hooking. There is no way anyone could ever get bored reading Angels and Demons. You are constantly on the edge of your seat when reading. I know for myself, I was always dying to figure out what happens next. Another thing I like is that it talks about “real” stuff (Illuminati)(Or whatever you believe) but it’s a fictional story! I thought that part was so cool! I would very very highly recommend this book to anyone. Dan Brown is a very articulate and talented writer. I often struggle to enjoy reading, but this book was a breeze. Angels and Demons got me hooked for the whole rest of the Robert Langdon series! Thank you, Dan Brown! If I was you, I would read this book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Book One Angels and Demons This book is amazing. But it is a work of fiction so if your very religious or think the storyline is bogus and your going to read it then dissect it instead of just enjoying the amazing story and plot then just don't bother. It's crazy the amount of people I know that have done just that and not just enjoyed this amazing work of fiction. Their is a small love interest in the book but romance reader beware it takes a very back seat to the story but for me because the ove Book One Angels and Demons This book is amazing. But it is a work of fiction so if your very religious or think the storyline is bogus and your going to read it then dissect it instead of just enjoying the amazing story and plot then just don't bother. It's crazy the amount of people I know that have done just that and not just enjoyed this amazing work of fiction. Their is a small love interest in the book but romance reader beware it takes a very back seat to the story but for me because the overall story is so good i didn't mind. Great ending. Book Two Da Vinci Code I absolutely loved this book. The plot and scenes it creates in your head is amazing and if you’ve been to the places it's even better then. Like Angel and Demons it's a work of FICTION and if your going to over analyse this book then dissect it for all the stuff you think is wrong with it then just don't bother reading it. I loved it. No great romance which is usually a must for me but cos the story's so good I can let it go.

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