Angels and demons
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- all this happened in 24 hours... Really? Good as they were they managed to research and crack codes in virtually no time at all.
- that flight over from USA to Swizterland in an hour... Really? (Coz I'm fairly sure the flight into Rome was nearly the same length, in the same plane).
- this book was written at the turn of the millennium, and if I'm reading correctly the nun and priest used artificial semination in the 1960s... Really? Were they even doing that then?
- the military took on a 16 year old for two years military service and trained him as a helicopter pilot... Really? Seams an unlikely waste of resources to me.
- Robert Langdon survived that helicopter fall and was able to get up and about nearly minutes after... Really? He was miles up in the air, with a scrap of fabric to break his fall and survived and antimatter explosion. Pushing the bounds of possibility somewhat in my humble opinion.
Then you have the very random and seemingly pointless references to a deceased wife? What on earth was that in aid of?
Also, all the way through I had a strong sense of déjà vu. I know I've not read the book previously or seen the film. But I have read a The Da Vinci Code (5 and a half years ago). My only explanation for my have-I-read-this-before? Feeling must be that this book quite clearly sets a formula/format for all subsequent books in the series. I'm not put off picking them up because there is more than enough mystery and intregue to satisfy me. And they are page turners. Having previously LOVED The Da Vinci Code, I'm off to reacquaint myself with it...
Well i can see why there is a not of negative reviews about this book .
The plot in itself is ok , yes , there is a lot of holes in it , but nothing other thriller writers haven't came up with , what lets this down is the totally ridiculous ending , Langdon falls from 3 miles up in a helicopter holding a piece of tarp , come on , the speed he would have been going would have ripped it fro0m his hands and he would have dead by the time he seen the ground , never mind hitting it.
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