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Angels & Demons By Dan Brown Angels Demons An ancient secret brotherhood A devastating new weapon of destruction An unthinkable target When world renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is summoned to a Swiss research facility to analyze a

  • Title: Angels & Demons
  • Author: Dan Brown
  • ISBN: 9781416524793
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Angels & Demons By Dan Brown An ancient secret brotherhood.A devastating new weapon of destruction.An unthinkable target When world renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is summoned to a Swiss research facility to analyze a mysterious symbol seared into the chest of a murdered physicist he discovers evidence of the unimaginable the resurgence of an ancient secret brotherhood known as tAn ancient secret brotherhood.A devastating new weapon of destruction.An unthinkable target When world renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is summoned to a Swiss research facility to analyze a mysterious symbol seared into the chest of a murdered physicist he discovers evidence of the unimaginable the resurgence of an ancient secret brotherhood known as the Illuminati the most powerful underground organization ever to walk the earth The Illuminati has surfaced from the shadows to carry out the final phase of its legendary vendetta against its most hated enemy the Catholic Church Langdon s worst fears are confirmed on the eve of the Vatican s holy conclave, when a messenger of the Illuminati announces he has hidden an unstoppable time bomb at the very heart of Vatican City With the countdown under way, Langdon jets to Rome to join forces with Vittoria Vetra, a beautiful and mysterious Italian scientist, to assist the Vatican in a desperate bid for survival Embarking on a frantic hunt through sealed crypts, dangerous catacombs, deserted cathedrals, and even to the heart of the most secretive vault on earth, Langdon and Vetra follow a 400 year old trail of ancient symbols that snakes across Rome toward the long forgotten Illuminati lair a secret location that contains the only hope for Vatican salvation An explosive international thriller, Angels Demons careens from enlightening epiphanies to dark truths as
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    1. Jessika on said:

      Wow Before I begin my review, I want to preface it by saying a few things I know a lot of people think Dan Brown is a crappy writer who writes crappy books about crappy stories with crappy characters and crappy, unbelievable plots I know a lot of people think Dan Brown is one of the best at the cheese factor and roll their eyes at his stories I know a lot of people out there know about European history, etc etc than I do, and therefore, I might not be the appropriate judge of this story And I m [...]

    2. Brian on said:

      I read this after the drivel that is called Da Vinci Code I decided to give the author another chance, and take on something that maybe wasn t so formulaic No dice I am convinced that Dan Brown does absolutely no research into the subjects he writes about Or if he does, he decides it is not titilating enough for him so he makes it up I mean why even include actual real things in his books if he chooses to ignore any facts about them Opus Dei I doubt he could spell it Catholic Church Has he even [...]

    3. Fabian on said:

      And I am left STUNNED Incredibly, this one is the one to top when it comes to adventure history and pace ingenuity.I ve recently noticed how much history is revered rightfully by the modern authors This is a different type of historical immersion This is about bringing it to the forefront something in the past is incredibly relevant, vital, to the present Everyone but me had read this, after Da Vinci Code that bitch of an overrated heathen I thought Brown was a phony in company of Nicholas Spark [...]

    4. Will Byrnes on said:

      Robert Langdon is the protagonist This is the first novel in which the character appears The DaVinci Code being the most famous The well known symbologist is called in by the director of CERN when a renowned scientist is found murdered The scientist had created anti matter, in an attempt to demonstrate that divine creation of the universe was scientifically explainable The scientist has, of course, a brilliant and beautiful daughter The tale has much payload regarding the Illuminati, an ancient [...]

    5. Kiki on said:

      When I was in high school, I was group travelling across western Europe and in the interest of saving money, we forfeited airfares for rail and coach This meant aching backs, exploding bladders, and as much sleep as fifteen teenagers can muster while sitting bolt upright on a coach driving up a clay soil hillside with no crash barrier and overzealous air conditioning.Driving up from Rome to Paris, intent on salvaging as much daylight as possible, we took the night train The night train Doesn t t [...]

    6. Rosey on said:

      Religion always was, is, has been, and always will be a very sensitive subject for me However this book was a battle of religion and science The storyline was engaging I have to admit that the beginning was a bit slow, but as the book progressed, the pace really picked up to a point I pruned myself out in the bathtub finishing it There was a page I found to be very thought provoking Religion is like language or dress We gravitate toward the practices with which we were raised In the end, though, [...]

    7. Russell on said:

      This was Brown s book before the infamous The Da Vinci Code In many ways, this book was like a rough draft for The Da Vinci Code , same character Langdon, same other characters, same basic start, same concepts, same bad research passed off as fact, same trick of having nearly every chapter end in cliffhanger, the same in so many ways.Sadly, I think he did a better job the first time around I recommend you have a computer handy so you look up what Brown is talking about, and that way you can have [...]

    8. Ahmad Sharabiani on said:

      Angels Demons Robert Langdon 1 , Dan BrownAngels Demons is a 2000 bestselling mystery thriller novel written by American author Dan Brown and published by Pocket Books and then by Corgi Books The novel introduces the character Robert Langdon, who recurs as the protagonist of Brown s subsequent novels Angels Demons shares many stylistic literary elements with its sequels, such as conspiracies of secret societies, a single day time frame, and the Catholic Church 2007 1385 488 1395 572 978964753328 [...]

    9. Dan Schwent on said:

      When a physicist priest is murdered, the word Illuminati branded into his chest, and a quarter gram of antimatter stolen, it s up to renowned symbologist Robert Langdon to find the goods and the murderer But can he stop someone from using the antimatter as a weapon, even with hot physicist Vittoria Vetra in tow After all the hype, I managed to dodge this bullet for over a decade but when my girlfriend caught me in a vulnerable moment between books, I knew the time had come Overall, it was a fun [...]

    10. James on said:

      Review4 out of 5 stars to Dan Brown s Angels Demons, the first book in his Robert Langdon thriller series When I saw the movie trailer for The Da Vinci Code, I was hooked and immediately bought the book so I could read it first When I got home, I realized it was not the first in the seriesI refused to read it and then I went to the store and got the first one, Angels Demons, so I could read them in order And while it s not really necessary, I always follow the order unless I have an ARC with a d [...]

    11. Danielle on said:

      Angels and Demons by Dan Brown was one of the best page turners I have ever read From the very beginning I couldn t put it down I did not know where Dan Brown would take the story next Following the main character Robert Langdon, a Harvard symbologist on his first great adventure was breathtaking I wanted to learn , to know the secrets of the Illuminati and the only way to do it was to let the story naturally unfold as I read I can usually guess what is going to happen in thrillers, but Dan Brow [...]

    12. Wendi on said:

      So I honestly want to give the book three stars What I enjoy about Brown is how he can write almost 600 pages of a book and I get almost to the end and realize that it has taken place all in the space of one day As a writer, I would love to be able to do that The weaving of religious and scientific themes into an adventure set in European locales is also right up my alley What I don t like and why I am forced to drop down to two stars just a few examples That same time stretching often results i [...]

    13. Hertzan Chimera on said:

      Angels and Demons is one of the most insidiously constructed page turners I ve ever read and unlike other such efforts Richard Laymon s IN THE DARK I actually raced to the end of it rather than throwing the thing half finished against the wardrobe in rage Think of Hercules Poirrot Think of Inspector Morse Think of Agatha Christie Once you strip all the character and soul from these genre writers you have Dan Brown They all have in common the one writer trick, etirwer the backwards rewrite I don [...]

    14. Ahmed H. Mansour on said:

      That was one of the best novels I ve ever readHere is one of the most few fact I believe inThere s a very tiny thin hair between every thing and it s oppositegood evildark antimatterNow the scinetist have the right to creat whatever the hell he wanna creat just because he found out that he really CAN creat it YESbut how many leiutis that have been created along the way since the very beginning of the human history and was used the our own destruction Another fact we need to faceThis is [...]

    15. Luffy on said:

      This is an excerpt from my review of Inferno, which I read before Angels and Demons With this glowing rating for Inferno, I seal my place among the cheap thrill seeking, easy going, instant gratification demanding readers I welcome that the other Robert Langdon books follow the same tired schema Now then, it felt to me that most of the book was not living to this sugary craving of pulp literature This brought me back to earth, when I was once airborne However the book picked up for a fiery, flow [...]

    16. Suzanne on said:

      This was an interesting read that makes you ask yourself so many questions I am not one to comment on religion or anything so no worries, there will be no rants I have not seen the movie based on this book yet but seen it is free on demand so will probably check it out tonight or tomorrow I will continue the series, but I believe I have read a couple of these books already awhile back but now want to read in order.

    17. Ninoska Goris on said:

      Esta historia es cronol gicamente anterior a la de El c digo Da Vinci.Todo comienza cuando convocan a Robert Landon para decifrar algunos c digos dejados en el cuerpo de un cient fico muerto Esto ligar a la iglesia contra la ciencia en una legendaria historia de odio.Y el origen de todo es totalmente inimaginable.La pel cula no es tan buena adaptaci n como la anterior y se pierde totalmente el motivo del origen de toda la historia.

    18. Saleh MoonWalker on said:

      Onvan Angels Demons Robert Langdon, 1 Nevisande Dan Brown ISBN 1416524797 ISBN13 9781416524793 Dar 736 Safhe Saal e Chap 2000

    19. Mario on said:

      Science tells me God must exist My mind tells me I will never understand God And my heart tells me I am not meant to.The first time I read Angels and Demons was 4 years ago, and it completely blew me away This was my fourth time reading it, and it still is one of my favorite books of all time, and I m sure it will always remain on that position In this review, I won t go into the plot, since I think that everyone has either read it, seen the movie, or just heard of what it s about I will stick t [...]

    20. Shayantani Das on said:

      We have a term called paisa vasool in Hindi It means worth the money and is generally used in reference to films A mainstream Bollywood film is termed paisa vasool and is commercially successful only when it constitutes the following factors 1 A hero who can do anything and everything under the sun He can achieve impossible feats and always survives bizarre accidents.2 A heroine comes across as smart independent women in beginning but turns into a cardboard cutout by the end Just another pretty [...]

    21. Rachael on said:

      In the first, I don t know, 30 pages or so a character is overwhelmed by the smell of frozen urine Frozen things don t smell, let alone overwhelmingly Shortly thereafter an expert in religion or whatever he is, I ve tried to block it out is shocked to see a study containing both scientific and religious items I should have put the book down then, but then I would have missed unbelievable characters, hackneyed descriptions and spitting in the face of the laws of physics and physiology Use the boo [...]

    22. Gerasimos on said:

      When The Da Vinci Code phenomenon happened, I read most of Brown s novels and I enjoyed all of them But for some reason I didn t read this one, his first one with his famous hero Robert Langdon And now I really wonder why because I loved it Dan Brown combines action with mystery, historical and science elements in an outstanding way and he creates an action thriller that you just cannot put down One of the greatest aspects of his books are the historical elements There are times that it feels li [...]

    23. Susan on said:

      As soon as I finished Angels Demons, I started feeling guilty and a bit two faced You see, I ve been telling anyone who would listen my poor husband, mainly , about Dan Brown s atrocious writing style Nearly every page was riddled with exaggerated descriptions, cartoon like characterizations, implausibilities even for a thriller , and just plain clumsiness But I am forced to admit that I turned those pages pretty rapidly maybe a hundred a day near the end After all, I had to find out if Harvard [...]

    24. ★ Jess on said:

      This book almost ruined my education Seriously, whilst I was supposed to be doing homework, I spent three hours reading this When I was supposed to be studying for a maths test, I read this During science, english, Religion, Drama and Humanities lessonsI read this It was that amazing For the past week, I have not been asleep before 1AM, because I have been reading this thriller And well after I turn of the light in the early hours of the morning, Angels And Demons clouds my thoughts One word to [...]

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