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Angels and Demons (Robert Langdon)

Angels and Demons (Robert Langdon)

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Language English
Binding Paperback
Publisher RHUK
Angels and Demons can be considered a prequel to The Da Vinci Code as Robert Langdon, the Harvard Professor and expert on religious symbolism and art history, is introduced in this book.Angels and Demons starts with a phone call to Langdon from the Director of CERN. One of their top physicists is found murdered, with the word 'Illuminati' branded across his chest. As Langdon is known to be an expert on the Illuminati, he is contacted.The murdered physicist, Leonardo Vetra, is an interesting personality. He is a catholic priest as well as a high profile physicist. He also has an adopted daughter, Vittoria, who is a physicist too. Vittoria and her father were using the largest particle accelerator in the world to create and isolate antimatter.The antimatter is sealed in canisters that are suspended in an electrical system, to prevent them from interacting with matter. The canisters are provided with 24-hour battery backup. If the canisters are removed from the main electrical system, the ... See more
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  1. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     Science vs. Religion 2 December, 2013 On
    Even though Angels and Demons is the prequel to ‘The Da Vinci Code’, reading it out-of-order in no way hindered my reading experience. Robert Langdon, the papal conclave, the concept-of anti-matter, the beautiful cathedrals of Rome and one sinister killer all add up to a riveting read. Angels and Demons tries to look at the eternal debate about religion vs. science and the message it conveyed to me was, one simply cannot exist without the other.
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  2.  Wow! 16 February, 2014 On
    This was my first Dan Brown novel ever .

    I read it about 4 years back and i still pick it up sometimes and go through it again .

    The thin line between fiction and the reality makes it very intriguing .

    Like always , Robert Langdon took me on a ride full of adventure , secrets , rituals , brotherhoods and finally SYMBOLS .

    the ambigrams are equally intriguing .

    i liked this book so much that I'm only left with one Dan Brown novel to read and it's making me sad .

    It's a wonderful book!
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  3.  My first Dan Brown Book 2 September, 2013 On
    This was my 1st Dan Brown movie, had heard a lot about Dan Brown's work and his writing style. Very informative and spellbounding Really Amazing, I was glued to the book and couldn't leave it without knowing how the end will be and what's round the next page. Every page I turned it gave me a new surprise a new twist. Intellects or non-intellects all will like the book, very nicely written captures the minutest details, which the readers will not miss. Stunning and captivating, one of the best works of Dan BRown
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  4.  STUNNING Thriller 10 July, 2013 On
    I'm a first time Dan Brown reader. I stayed up all night and didn't quit until I finished. I found myself believing every word and had to stop and remember that it's just fiction, Just AMAZING!!! When I finished, I had to laugh thinking about the facts. The ending was a total surprise!!! Stunning.
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  5.  a very thrilling and interesting book 17 December, 2013 On
    the book angels and demons is very much thrilling and interesting book. once started reading, ull not keep it down. ull always keep thinking about it and will not be satisfied till you have completely read it.
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