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استادِ نمادشناسِ دانشگاه هاروارد، رابرت لنگدان، را به مرکزی پژوهشی در سوییس فرامی‌خوانند تا از نمادی رازآلود رمزگشایی کند... نمادی که بر روی سینه‌ی فیزیکدانی مقتول داغ زده شده. اما لنگدان متوجه می‌شود اتفاقی باورنکردنی رخ داده: ظهورِ دوباره‌ی انجمنی کهن و سرّی... انجمنی که قرن‌ها خود را در سایه‌های تاریخ پنهان کرده بود و منتظرِ فرصتی بود تا از بزرگ‌ترین دشمنش انتقام بگیرد: مسیحیت؛
لنگدان ناخواسته به درون ماجرایی پیچیده کشیده می‌شود... او باید مسیری چهارصدساله را مثلِ نقشه‌ی گنج دنبال کند و نمادهایی باستانی را بیابد و کشفِ رمز کند و خود را به کُنامِ فراموش‌شده‌ی آن اخوّتِ خطرناک برساند؛ اما برای چنین کاری از گورهای لاک‌ومهرشده و دخمه‌های خطرناک و کلیساهای متروک سر درمی‌آورد و حتا گذرش به سرّی‌ترین کتابخانه‌ی جهان می‌افتد. پاپ‌ها و حشّاشین و دانشمندان و هنرمندان و حتا شاعران شخصیت‌های این کتاب هستند؛


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I enjoyed @The Da Vinci Code@ as a trashy good time, but then read this one and just couldnt stop rolling my eyes. Not only was it silly and formulaic, it made the silly formula underlying @The Da Vinci Code@ all too clear. Really? Another middle-aged yet strangely attractive/brilliant male protagonist -- oh wait, the same one from the other book? Another grisly murder of an old dude kicking things off? Another hot foreign chick, related to the dead dude, helping solve the mystery? Another secret society intertwined with the Vatican? Really? Really? I can enjoy a trashy book, sure, but not when youre rubbing my nose in the stink...

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Gech.


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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 lessons...I 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 describe this book is unputdownable.
Because it really is.

I finished this book on the way home from school today.
And I was walking home.
What a sorry sight I must have been, school bag on back, in full uniform, walk 1.5 kilometers form school to home, and not even looking up from the pages once.
I finished with about 100 meters left to walk.

I loved The Da Vinci Code , but Angels & Demons was way better.
It was smart, thrilling, mysterious, adventurous, scary, intense,....and Unputdownable.
The only reason it did not receive full marks from me, is because the majority of the first 130 pages, at the CERN labs. All that science talk, particle theory and antimatter flew right over my head. Unfortunately, that made the book in-eligible for full marks.

And the Twists!.
Oh my, the twists and turns in this book blew me away. Just when you think you know where the story is headed, something happens and the whole plot is thrown into organized chaos.
As did the action scenes.
And the mystery.
And the writing style.
Yeah....pretty much everything was exceptional.

I espcially liked the realisim.
The real life locations, the Illuminati, CERN....All based upon fact.

Dan Brown, I tip my hat to you.
You have penned a fantastic read.

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Have to admit a few things:
1) I didnt realize this was the first book in the series
2) This is my second attempt- I started this in college and couldnt get into it...
3) Started on audio (great narrator) when I realized it was ABRIDGED! (The horror!!) and I decided to stop listening and start all over with the physical copy of the book

I really enjoyed this book! You can still pick this book up almost 20 years later and it doesnt feel outdated. I constantly found myself wondering how Dan Brown came up with this stuff in between googling images to see these Roman statues exactly as they were described. The action never let up and the twists kept me wildly entertained, although, I did figure most of them out. I enjoyed the Religion vs Science argument and the Illuminati connections are so interesting. To think that this entire adventure takes place in 24 hours is ridiculous, and impressive. I read The Da Vinci Code first years ago, so looking forward to picking up the third book in this series to see if Brown can keep the momentum and conspiracies going. Im also curious which city will be next??



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As this is one of my favorite books of all time, I think it deserves a review. Especially since I reread it recently.
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This is Dan Browns first novel having Robert Langdon as its protagonists and it is also, for me at least, the best book in the series. With Origins on the way, I am curious if A&D will be able to maintain its spot.
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A lot can be said about Browns writing, but it is never dull. The book takes place over a short period of time. About as short as it took me to read it, which is about a day. It starts strong and never lets go until the last page. And that says a lot about Browns ability to write witty and entertaining prose.
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Usually I have a problem with books throwing me right in the middle of the action because I feel like I need some background, some base to make me care about whats happening. But A&D does it naturally, and that background info that I need is added bit by bit at exactly the right time.
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After reading all of Browns Robert Langon novels I can say they are formulaic to a point. But this is not necessary a bad thing because Brown adds something very few books add to the mix. The very real, very fascinating, full of history and interesting as hell locations. A&D, like all the other Langdon adventures, feels like a mix of documentary and action movie and if you are a fan of conspiracies, then DB is the writer for you.
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Now, Ive seen a lot of complains about inaccuracies, but, in the end, this is a work of fiction. I for one knew a lot of the things presented here because the subject is a passion of mine, but for someone new to it all, A&D is a nice introduction to the world of symbolism and secret societies.
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Now, the @big three@ (plot, character development, world building) all work wonderfully here. You have the standard-but-never-see-it-coming twist, the smart and sexy companion (Langdon almost feels like Doctor Who :)), and the riddles that will keep you glued to the page.
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I could go on and on, but the truth is this will still be a 5/5 stars review and one of my top reads ever and I think I got that message across.

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