Review: Origin by Dan Brown

DLgoCHaUIAA9iL4Travelling again with Professor Robert Langdon, this time to Spain! Origin is not the best in the Langdon Series in my opinion but it’s entertaining as hell. I love that I can look up a building or a piece of art or a religious organization I never heard of and they are all real. The book is a battle between religion and science – Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? 

This book also had the same Dan Brown Langdon Series formula though! A mystery starts (usually in a museum, church, famous building). Langdon meets a woman. Langdon and this woman run around trying to solve the mystery. But still the plot and suspense developed fairly well (My favorite still remains Angels & Demons)!

At the same time, we also learn that when there are victims in a crisis, the government paying off a financial compensation does not cure the mental depression and anger, thus more crime! I’ll not give out spoilers, so go ahead, pick it up and enjoy!

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