A Reader posted a review at 2008-03-10 08:25:20.
I really enjoy Dan Brownâ€™s books. This is the third one Iâ€™ve read so far. Angels and Demons is a lot like The DaVinci Code. The main character in both books, Robert Langdon is introduced here and I think Brown spends a lot more time letting the reader get to know Robert Langdon. All I could really tell from him in The DaVinci Code was that he was a Harvard professor. In Angels and Demons, Brown spends more time developing all his characters and providing details about their background which help you understand their current actions.I found much of the book very predictable. Brown gave away too many clues that allowed you to guess what was going on before it was revealed. The last 100 pages are so are filled with plot twists and turns and while itâ€™s fun, it leaves the mind reeling a bit. What I especially love about all the Dan Brown books Iâ€™ve read so far is that they are written in real time and do not contain a lot of fluff. I canâ€™t wait to get into the last book of his I havenâ€™t read, Deception Point.