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Origin: Number 5 of the Robert Langdon Series Hardcover – 3 Oct 2017
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About the Author
Dan Brown is the bestselling author of Digital Fortress, Deception Point, Angels and Demons, The Da Vinci Code, The Lost Symbol and most recently, Inferno. Three of his Robert Langdon novels have been adapted for the screen by Ron Howard, starring Tom Hanks. They have all been international blockbusters.
His new Robert Langdon novel, Origin will be out in Autumn 2017.
Dan Brown is a graduate of Amherst College and Phillips Exeter Academy, where he has taught English and Creative Writing. He lives in New England.
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Thanks to Amazon for such a fast delivery and thanks to Dan Brown for such an amazing book.
A good read but it doesn't feel like the previous books. The book does lack some Langdon charm.
The book released internationally on 29th September. Having the book on 4th Oct. Kudos Amazon for on time delivery. Received hard cover for a good deal of discount. Hoping to finish it asap.
Digitally signed copies as promised.
Locale- Spain- Check
Strong, independent, hot female sidekick- Check
Mickey Mouse Watch- Check. (just one or twice though)
Mention of claustrophobia- check
Mention of Harvard- check
Symbolism- surprisingly less
You get my drift.
The book does not deviate from his typical blue print at all.
Like Inferno, the idea in this book is something I liked a lot. But, it's not path breaking, Even though Dan Brown has infused some of his own thoughts into it.
It does hold your interest till the last page, because you don't want an unsolved mystery.
I was once again reminded why Robert Langdon is one of the most recognised characters in modern literature.
Dan Brown's latest novel delivers everything that we have come to expect from him. Beautiful places described in enthralling detail, and their historic significance explained most satisfactorily. This time he concentrates on modern art, a deviation from his usual love for the classics. On the whole, a must read for every Dan Brown fan.
The story is set in Spain and Dan Brown explains the architectural significance of the famous landmarks in an interesting manner. In the prologue, author has explained how Science and Religion can be reconciled which is very impressive.
In my opinion, Science and Religion are two different aspects of the same God. Science represents the pure material aspect of the God whereas Religion represents the spiritual aspect.
It keeps you off the hook all the times but I found at places the story loosing the grip of the reader. So the book is a good read, but obviously not the great. Or maybe I am not a Dan Brown type, though I admire him as a writer.
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This is the most ridiculous book I have read from Dan Brown. It fails in comparison to his previous books. The book starts well then it drags on.Read more