Book Review: Angels and Demons
Angels and Demons by Dan Brown:fiction
I read Dan Brown’s ,”The Da Vinci Code, before , “Angels and Demons,” I loved it and wrote about it in my review. One of my blogger friends indicated, “if you liked, “The Da Vinci Code,” You will like, Angels and Demons,” more. I’m by nature curious so I bought a copy and started reading it on March 3rd,3:23 P.M Newfoundland time. Yesterday,March, 9th I finished reading it at 2:26 P.M.
When I picked up the book I noticed it had 710 pages, I was a bit unnerved thinking about Ayn Rand’s, “Atlas Shrugged,” which had 1168 pages.
Now the question is which one did I like, hands down, “Angels and Demons.”
When I started reading I knew, not only I’d finish reading it, but thank the person who recommended it.
Right from the beginning I felt the author must be a catholic, he knows so much about this religion or a very well read person. Whatever is the case I’ve learned a great deal regarding religion and science.
The novel is full of interesting characters, who were able to keep me reading the story from beginning to end.
Of the main characters I liked Langdon and Vittoria, the best.
There is one character whose name was Camerlengo Carlo Ventresca, throughout the story the author portrayed him so well, I didn’t even guess he’d be the one I’d say in the end, no not him. I had to admit the author is unbelievable!