Angels and demons

by Dan Brown | Mystery & Thrillers |
ISBN: 0552150738 Global Overview for this book
Registered by amnome of Lauterbrunnen, Bern / Berne Switzerland on 1/24/2005
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2 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by amnome from Lauterbrunnen, Bern / Berne Switzerland on Monday, January 24, 2005
"When a world renowned scientist is found brutally murdered, a Harvard professor, Robert Langdon, is summoned to identify the mysterious symbol seared onto the dead man's chest. His conclusion: it is the work of the Illuminati, a secret brotherhood presumed extinct for nearly four hundred years - now reborn to continue their bitter vendetta against their sworn enemy, the Catholic church.

In Rome, the college of cardinals assemble to elect a new pope. Yet somewhere within the walls of the Vatican, an unstoppable bomb of terrifying power restlessly counts down to oblivion. While the minutes tick away, Langdon joins forces with Vittoria Vetra, a beautiful and mysterious Italian scientist, to decipher the labyrinthine trail of ancient symbols that snakes across Rome to the long-forgotten Illuminati lair - a secret refuge wherein lies the only hope for the Vatican.

But. with each relevation comes another twist, another turn in the plot, which leaves Langdon and Vetra reeling and at the mercy of a seemingly invincible enemy..."

Journal Entry 2 by amnome from Lauterbrunnen, Bern / Berne Switzerland on Monday, January 24, 2005
I'm looking for anybody who would like to participate in a Bookring with this Book, send me a PM if your interested.

1) SudoKris DE
2) Koroshiya DE
3) Zynist DE

4) Avonlea-1 DE

Journal Entry 3 by SudoKris from Lathones, Scotland United Kingdom on Wednesday, February 23, 2005
Got here today - thank you, amnome!!!

Update 26.02.05
Ok, started reading the book this morning, and didn't put it down till I finished it just now! I liked it, I thought it was cleverer than The Da Vinci Code, yet with The Da Vinci Code you had a chance of solving the riddles along with the hero, whereas in this one you would have needed a thorough knowledge of Roman architecture and art history to be successful... Still, very enjoyable... Though I do wonder why Dan Brown did not keep Vittoria...

Journal Entry 4 by SudoKris from Lathones, Scotland United Kingdom on Thursday, March 03, 2005
Sent to Koroshiya today...

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