I am a certified Dan Brown fan especially his works when it comes to Robert Langdon series and as far as I'm concerned I have posted only one (imagined that?!?) one work of his! To think I have read his books. Tsk tsk tsk. Stress.
That is why after a long mental battle with myself which was a tiring task mind you, it involves a lot tug of war questions of whether or not I have posted this and that book, which could have been a lot more easier if I had just look it up here in my blog, but I didn't so, yeah. Whew!
Back to the point, as I was saying, All of Dan Brown's work (I meant the Robert Langdon series, alright?) will be posted in here and what do you think is much befitting beginning other than to start from where it all began. Now, some people may have thought that The Da Vinci Code was his first book but in truth it was the opposite. Da Vinci code gained popularity through its controversy where in actual fact, it's Angel and Demons that started it all. That dear readers is what I'm about to tell you.
In a prestigious facility, one physicists was murdered in the name of Leonardo Vetra, He was branded with an ambigram of the word "Illuminati" on his chest, when the CERN director Maximillian Kohler found his body. This is where a Robert Langdon steps in. A Harvard professor that teaches about symbology. He was called forth to help in investigating the death of the late physicist Leonardo Vetra. Not soon after did they realized, murder wasn't the only thing they need tot worry about but also a stolen canister containing anti-matter---a substance with a destructive power comparable to a nuclear weapon is ticking a way.
Accompanied by the late physicists adopted daughter, Vittoria Vetra. Their quest to find the missing canister
lead them to a place they never thought they could enter--The Vatican. Robert Langdon now faces a task and a mind game to help save the lives of cardinals who were kidnapped.
Time is ticking away.
Will Robert Langdon save the missing cardinals?
Will they recover the anti-matter?
"Science and religion are not at odds. Science is simply too young to understand."