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Angels & Demons
Book: Angels & Demons
Written by: Dan Brown
Publisher: Pocket Star
Average Customer Rating: 4.0 / 5

The Illustrated edition is the only way to go!
Rating: 5 / 5
I won't rehash the plot here, that has been done enough already. This book is an awesome thrill ride and it is so neat to be able to see the actual artworks and buildings as you read along! Brilliant Idea. I will be giving this along with a "Tourist In the Yucatan" to all my thriller/adventure lovers this Christmas!

Almost as good as the Da Vinci Code!
Rating: 4 / 5
I read this book after reading the Da Vinci Code, and it was almost as good as the previous one. It deals with secrets in the Vatican and reading it is a must not only for the plot itself (which is incredible since you can't stop reading it even if it is midnight and you know you have to wake up early the following day) but also because it gives you a lot of information about the Vatican and religious procedures. After finishing the book, you feel the need to do some research to see if the things they describe are like that in real life (most of which we could confirm during the election of Benedict pope). As it happened in the Da Vinci Code, this book mentions secret societies and crimes that follow a strict order, and it is not until the end of the book that you find out who it was (once again, the person you least imagined). However, I don't give it 5 stars because in my opinion the end was really ...amazing! I mean, I felt like if I was watching a Hollywood movie full of special effects but completely out of reality! Yet, don't miss this book so you can judge yourself. You won't regret.(And if you have ever visited Rome, this book will take you back again to those lovely places!)

This book is incredible!
Rating: 4 / 5
This was the first book I read by Dan Brown. I was engrossed in this book from the opening chapter and read it over a weekend. Author's style is brilliant and keeps you wanting more. One of the best books I have ever read. I look forward to reading other works by this author. Also recommend novels from Umberto Eco.


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