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  • I think the novel is brilliantly written, with an excellent plot, which makes you restless with the never ending twists and turns
  • Dan Brown has gone to great lengths to make the novel interesting

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      “Angels and Demons” is a fast paced adventure novel by the world famous author of “The Da Vinci code”, Dan Brown. “Angels and Demons” is the prequel to “The Da Vinci code” through which he introduces the readers his world famous protagonist Robert Langdon. “Angels and Demons” is based on

      the “God v/s Science” concept in which the catholic church represents God whereas a secret cult called Illuminati represents the science.

      I think the novel is brilliantly written, with an excellent plot, which makes you restless with the never ending twists and turns. The heroine of the novel is Vittoria Vetra, a scientist from the CERN (he European Organization for Nuclear Research) located in Geneva. I loved the lady’s characterization as her intelligence and boldness are matched excellently with that of the protagonist’s. The most incredible of all things is how informative this novel is. The great amount of research done ...


      • Angels and Demons - Dan Brown
      as groundwork is clearly evident in the pages of the book. Dan Brown has gone to great lengths to make the novel interesting. The church versus science concept has been handled non-controversially, unlike in “The Da Vinci Code”

      The vocabulary used is pertinent but certainly daunting for the lay readers. My

      one suggestion for Dan Brown is to put things ( I mean words) simply, in a way that the average readers do not have to refer to a dictionary after every line. The novel has been breathless, scintillating and suspenseful, but do keep your dictionary close, unless you don’t want to perceive things objectively.




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nate says :

what is relevant about the elements and how do the illuminati make use of them? how does the mastermind of the assassinates use them?

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