Dan Brown's Robert Langdon series.

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Robert Langdon is one of the best characters I've read about in a long time! Everything from his incredible intelligence to his Mickey Mouse watch was entertaining. I also love how Dan Brown makes me want to learn more about the places he writes about.

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Dan Brown is one of my favourite authors. His books like "The Lost Symbol", "Da Vinci Code "... etc are amazing. We are always able to learn new things while reading his book. Reading a book written by Dan Brown is similar to doing scientific research but in the most interesting way.Also his characters are well-constructed.

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AHenderson42 wrote:
09 Oct 2015, 21:41
They are all great aren't they? They all have the Brown conspiracy feel (made more realistic by his EXCELLENT fact checking), but they are all different as well. To me "Angels and Demons" was more actively heart-pounding and "The DaVinci Code" was more psych you out thrilling. Did anyone else get that vibe?
Yes! I read "The Da Vinci Code" and saw the movie "Angels and Demons". That scene where Ewan McGregor jumps from a helicopter is absolutely majestic. And don't get me started with the ending. Da Vinci seemed more suspenseful, never knowing where the bad guys were lurking.

All in all, two great stories.

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All of Dan Brown's books are gold.
I first read Deception Point and loved it. The next on I read was Digital fortress which was great, but i felt it was a bit too much like deception point.
The Robert Langdon series is, according to me, one of the best series ever with all the five books filled with suspense and were deeply engrossing.
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Angels and demons is my favourite Dan Brown. His writing is so intelligent and complicated. Although I have to say, they're very similar to each other. I wasn't that impressed with 'The lost symbol'

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I have read them all. Once started I struggled to put the book down, the pace is amazing. I hope there will be more books to continue the series after "Origin".

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I agree with Nimisha. My favourites were Angels and Demons and the Da Vinci Code, while I felt that the lost symbol simply didn't captivate me that much. To me it felt like a knock off version similar to his other books

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