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Dan Brown's bestselling novel Angels Demons has become an international success to rival his blockbuster The Da Vinci Code and this invaluable A to Z resource will help those fans unlock its many mysteriesMillions of readers have avidly pored through Dan Brown's Angels Demons where they encountered a world f. This book was super helpful I m really glad that I got to have information on all the subjects in Angels Demons that reuired a bit explaining The book was also written very clearly and everything was explained in a way that made it easy to understand even complicated subjects like the Big Bang and antimatter

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Illuminating Angels Demons The Unauthorized Guide to the Facts Behind Dan Brown's Bestselling Novel

Illed with ancient Christian symbolism secret societies and pagan signs But at the end they were left wondering what was true and what false All those looking for the real story behind the legend of the Illuminati will find the answers in this enlightening guide Written by Simon Cox author of Cracking the Da. I liked this book It provides a lot of additional facts about things in the novel The author is a reasonable person he does point out few mistakes in the novel but this is not the point of the book It is about giving additional information to people interested to find out about subject matter in the novel

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Vinci Code and a well known lecturer described by the BBC as a historian of the obscure it offers a treasure trove of fascinating facts and revelations The hundreds of entries include Gailileo the Papal Conclave Gianlorenzo Bernini the New World Order Obelisks Knights Templar the Freemasons Lucifer and much. Very basic read Much of the information was already very familiar Also extremely odd how the author referred to the character as making mistakes in history translation historical placement and reference as opposed to the author Dan Brown Okay if you are not familiar with the material of Dan Brown s books skip if you are


10 thoughts on “Illuminating Angels Demons The Unauthorized Guide to the Facts Behind Dan Brown's Bestselling Novel

  1. says:

    I liked the information in this book but didn't care for the format After re reading Angels Demon's I was interested in finding out what was true versus what was fictionalized for the novel and I came across this book It's arranged alphabetically by subject which would be great if you are looking for information about one or two particular topics but to read through the whole thing felt jumbled and out of order

  2. says:

    This book was super helpful I’m really glad that I got to have information on all the subjects in ‘Angels Demons’ that reuired a bit explaining The book was also written very clearly and everything was explained in a way that made it easy to understand even complicated subjects like the ‘Big Bang’ and ‘antimatter’

  3. says:

    I glanced at this book out of curiosity I read Dan Brown's book Angels and Demons this book has some interesting pointers explaining in detail some of landmarks that appear in the book and that might be of interest for those doing research The Chigi Chapel in the Church of Santa Maria Del Popolo was refurbished bu Bernini commissioned by Pope Alexander VII The fountain of the four rivers in the Piazza Novona was created in 1640 b

  4. says:

    It was okayDidn't learn anything I didn't already know but the information was well presented and well balanced

  5. says:

    I liked this book It provides a lot of additional facts about things in the novel The author is a reasonable person; he does point out few mistakes in the novel but this is not the point of the book It is about giving additional information to people interested to find out about subject matter in the novel

  6. says:

    Simon Cox takes readers through the locations images and ideas that Dan Brown uses to tell the story of Angels and Demons allowing readers a deeper appreciation of all that Brown manages to cram into his compelling stories

  7. says:

    I picked this book up for a casual read because I had previously read Angels and Demons and wanted to see if the author had anything interesting to say While I didn't hate the book it also was not one that I loved Rather than a prose text that debates certain aspects of Dan Brown's novel it reads like a glossary that woul

  8. says:

    Very basic read Much of the information was already very familiar Also extremely odd how the author referred to the character as making mistakes in history translation historical placement and reference as opposed to the author Dan Brown Okay if you are not familiar with the material of Dan Brown's books; skip if you are

  9. says:

    Frankly disappointing The format of the segments of the book was terribly disorganized Cox jumped from topic to topic without any logic whatsoever In addition the facts were only sub par and seemed poorly researche

  10. says:

    Second Dan Brown book I've readGREAT book Better than The Da Vinci CodeAMAZING ending and again a very smart book

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