Angels & Demons

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THE ORIGINAL ROBERT LANGDON THRILLER FROM THE #1 BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE DA VINCI CODE An ancient secret brotherhood. A devastating new weapon of destruction. An unthinkable target. World-renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is summoned t
Wrote 6/6/18
Fiteen days ago, the Pope, after a tremendously popular twelve-year reign, had passed away. Every paper in the world had carried the story about the Pope's fatal stroke while sleeping-a sudden and unexpected death many whispered was suspicious. But n...Continua

Uno dei miei libri preferiti. Lettura veloce e piacevole

Wrote 7/29/14
Troppe analogie col Codice da Vinci
Il protagonista si ritrova disturbato nel cuore della notte da una chiamata da parte di uno sconosciuto e qualcuno che necessita il suo aiuto, che gli mostra una foto di un uomo anziano, assassinato, trovato nudo e con un simbolo proprio sopra il pet...Continua
Wrote 4/2/14
i read it once fast,then again slowly then again slower...its awesome as usual dan doesnt disappoint on histiry lessons and i end up looking on stuff in encyclopedias and google but its all magic fun..and i hadnt guessed the enemy and thats what i lo...Continua
Il Miglior Dan

Dopo aver letto il Codice da Vinci e tutti i libri di Dan Brown posso tranquillamente ammettere che 'Angeli e Demoni' è il migliore. Guardare Roma con occhi diversi regala un fascino inarrivabile.

Wrote Jan 11, 2018, 13:59
"Il ruolo della religione è da sempre quello di colmare le lacune che la scienza non riesce a spiegare."
Wrote Apr 18, 2013, 07:12
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Wrote Jul 05, 2010, 14:17
Nothing captures human interest more than human tragedy
Ashwin Nanjappa
Wrote Aug 12, 2007, 02:53
And it was not as if Popes had never been murdered. Countless rumors of treachery abounded, although with no autopsy, none was ever confirmed. Until recently. Academics not long ago had gotten permission to X-ray the tomb of Pope Celestine V, who had...Continua
Pag. 352
Ashwin Nanjappa
Wrote Aug 12, 2007, 02:52
“Um . . . hold on,” Hitzrot ventured, sounding awake now. “I know something Christian that’s original. How about our image of God? Christian art never portrays God as the hawk sun god, or as an Aztec, or as anything weird. It always shows God as an o
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