The success of this book lies on the fact that the reader looks forward to get his/her hands on it. Even if some people attempt to read it within 2-3 weeks, the course and the way in which the plot is described are so mesmerizing, that you finish the book in less than 3 days.
The story begins in France, takes you through America and ends in England. The plot develops in streets and alleys of Paris, with rites and underground conspiracies, with religious cults and myths, with real-life situations converted into allegories, with riddles and fiction on the make, in a reality where, man comes face-to-face with "nothing", realising his true, infinitesimal size.
The hero of the novel, Robert Langdon, a university lecturer, with the assistance of Neveu, a young policewoman, attempts to solve enigmas, avoid foes, stay alive and learn the secret which, people beyond suspicion kept well hidden for many centuries.
The rapid plot of the novel keeps the reader''s interest undiminished and, along with its correct syntax, is anything but boring. On the contrary, it makes you look forward for Dan Brown''s novels to follow.
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